Beauty and Myth
William Forrestall and Virgil Hammock
Beauty and Myth is both the name of an art exhibition by William Forrestall and the title of the exhibition’s chapbook catalogue. The exhibition, at Peterson Fine Art, 18 Hazelton Av., Toronto, Ontario, in November 2003, is a selection of recent egg tempera paintings. The catalogue contains essays by both William Forrestall and Virgil Hammock, full-colour reproductions of four of Forrestall’s paintings from the show, plus the artist's curriculum vitae.
Virgil Hammock is a teacher, artist and writer living in Sackville, New Brunswick where he is Professor of Fine Arts at Mount Allison University. He was born in Long Beach, California in 1938 and received his education at the San Francisco Art Institute and Indiana University.
William Forrestall is an artist living in Fredericton, New Brunswick, with his wife Anne and their daughters Bess and Rachel. He has received numerous arts grant awards, and exhibits his work across Canada and beyond. His work is well recognized for a clarity and intensity of vision.
• Exhibition, November 2003 @ Peterson Fine Art, 18 Hazelton Av, Toronto ON, tel 416 975 0931
2003 / art, catalogue (BISAC: ART006000)
8.5 (w) x 5.5 (h) / 12 pages / 4 full-colour art reproductions / saddle-wire bound paper
Maritimes Arts Projects Productions
an imprint of Broken Jaw Press
ISBN 1-55391-027-3, $15