Portrait, nude and landscape drawing and painting.
Canadian Art magazine
Art By Jean Skoggard
Art in the Family
Link to my book
The likeness is not in the exact shape and location of the individual features. People reveal their inner selves more typically in the set of the muscles of the neck, shoulders and face.
New York Gallery
I lived in New York for many years.
Nude Figure Gallery
The model's body is at least as individual as his or her face. I try to make a portrait of the body.
Interiors are the most metaphoric genre. You look in to a room through the window of the frame and see someone's attempt to organize space. It's entirely syntactic: meaning is derived through placement.
Notre Dame Sketchbook
I had a studio in Paris for a year in 1970-71 overlooking the back of Notre Dame
Georgian Bay Gallery
Smooth granite rocks, crystal clear water and thousands and thousands of little islands make up this magical landcape
Wandering the city with my portable easel.
This is a show I had at A Space in Toronto in 1973
New York Portraits 1978-82
I had a beautiful loft at the corner of East Second Street and Avenue A in the late '70s early '80s. Did a lot of work.
Here I am as I've seen myself over the years.
I went to Myanmar in 1998 for Sposa magazine.
I did these in the '70s in a studio on Stewart St. in Toronto I shared with David Bolduc and Paul Slogget
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