Art & Creative Design
Windfall (Toronto + Banff + Kootenay National Park), Limited Edition Print for Princess Margaret

Windfall (Toronto + Banff + Kootenay National Park), Limited Edition Print for Princess Margaret

Regular price $250.00 Sale

In this piece, Amy transplants burnt trees from Banff and Kootenay National Park into the streets of Toronto. Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and hitting closer to home. Forests are burning, lands are flooding and glaciers are melting. This work is a call for action and a stark prediction for environmental futures.
  • 20" x 30" inches (image size); 23" x 33" inches (paper size)
  • Giclée Print on 300gsm 100% cotton paper
  • Signed, titled and numbered by hand
  • Limited Edition of 10 
  • Archival ink (tested to 100 years with 0 fading)
  • Unframed
  • Value: $500.00 CAD
  • Starting Bid: $250.00 CAD 

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    The Artist

    Amy creates imagined urban landscape paintings using drips of liquid acrylic paint. Her innovative drip painting technique has earned admiration from millions across the globe. Drip painting is often considered a form of abstract art. The drip technique used was developed over a three year period and has been used over a decade in her work.  Amy skillfully rotates her canvas and uses a water spritzer to manipulate the path of each drip. Architectural lines are highly controlled, while natural elements embody the spontaneous liquid impulse. 

    Artist Biography

    Amy Shackleton (b.1986) received her BFA in 2008 from York University. Her work has been written about in Magenta Magazine, Huffington Post, and LUXE Magazine. She has been actively involved as a guest speaker at the Canadian Arts Summit and the University of Cincinnati. Her works are included in the public collections of Museum of Dufferin, Colart Collection and Facebook Canada.

    Amy was a 2021 recipient of four Ontario Arts Council grants and received First Choice/Prize Awards from public art jurors, including McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Kleinburg) and Station Gallery (Whitby).  Amy is the President of the Board of Directors at the Visual Arts Centre of Clarington and works from her studio in Oshawa, ON.