An old engraving of men fighting over curling match (literally), including one man prostrate on the ice, broom in hand, defeated, and a cat, mid-leap.
Elementary school kids layering paint, photography & tracings of apples, a la Mary Pratt.
Manfred Mohr’s algorithmic geometry:
(Zeichnung A, Ink / paper, 1967, 75cm x 60cm)
Daniel Rozin’s “Rust Mirror.”
“Machinery is NOT unnatural. We are cyborgs already.” – From Alan Rath’s artist’s statement.
The pleading watercolour faces of soldiers and nurses in Canadian WWI propaganda posters.
Eleanor King’s wormholes: part spirograph, part flattened slinky, part ripple in the space-time continuum.
Jacques Hurtubise’s abstract, symmetrical control: