Photographic and Computer Art

of John Palmer

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibitions and Other Credits:

 

                            

 

 

June 5 -  24, 2004

 (forthcoming)

L’ Arc des Perdants Anonymes, 3-dimensional work. Bainton Gallery,

Blyth, Ontario (produced jointly with my son, Matthew Palmer)

 

May 2 - 23, 2004

Patterns and Perceptions, a juried exhibition, Gallery One,

Gallery in the Grove, Bright’s Grove, Ontario

 

September, 2003

Rural Patterns, a juried solo exhibition, Starbucks/Chapters, Masonville

 

May, 2003

Viaduct and Pallet Perspectives, Bainton Gallery, Blyth, Ontario

 

April, 2003

Kaleidoscope, awarded third prize, in a juried exhibition,

“Look 2003”, Gallery Lambton, Sarnia, Ontario.

 

November 30 – December 28, 2002

Along the Way, a one-person juried exhibition of photographs. Sifton Gallery, Masonville Library, London, Ontario.

 

August 6 – September 1, 2002

Huron County Expressions, a portion of a juried exhibition of

Huron County art, Bainton Gallery, Blyth Memorial Hall.

 

June 9 – 29, 2002

Bridging Intimacy - Infinity, in a juried exhibition, Gallery in the Grove, Bright’s Grove, Ontario

 

June 1 – 30, 2002

Chastity Belt and Bridging Intimacy - Infinity, Bainton Gallery, Blyth, Ontario

 

 

April, 2002

Ecclesiastes 3: 1-4, awarded Honourable Mention, in a juried exhibition, “Look 2002”, Gallery Lambton, Sarnia.

 

 

March 17 –

April 9, 2002

Dead Queen Anne, an exhibition of photographs of Queen Anne’s Lace in the autumn and winter, Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario.

 

 

 

December, 2002

The Kilmer Variations, in a juried exhibition entitled, “Multiples”,

Galleries @ Galleria, London, Ontario.

 

August 20, 2001

 

 

August, 2001

 

 

 

Summer, 2001

 

 

July, 2001

 

 

May 12-June 9, 2001

 

May 1 -

June 5, 2001

 

 

January 12 -

February 4, 2001

 

January 3 -

February 28, 2001

 

 

 

October, 2000 -

February, 2001

 

September, 2000

 

 

 

August, 2000

 

 

Summer, 2000

 

June, 2000

 

 

May, 2000

 

 

 

December, 1999

 

 

 

November, 1999

 

 

 

May, 1999

Invited Judge, Photography and Slide Exhibition, Western Fair Photography Show, London, Ontario.

 

De-ruralization, a juried collection of six photographs; one of ten artists whose work was accepted by the McIntosh Gallery for displays in Galleria Mall, during the Canada Summer Games in London, Ontario.

 

Blyth Theatre Gift Shop: The Two of Us, Sisters, Kilmer’s Revenge, and The Clinton Moors.

 

Visitors, a one-person invited exhibition of computer-enhanced portraits at Starbucks/Chapters, Masonville, London.

 

The Lonely Pump and Sometimes in Winter. Bainton Gallery, Blyth, Ontario.

 

Posthenge. A series of photographs in the London Arts Council photographic art exhibit at the Copp Gallery, Covent Garden Market, London, Ontario. One of four invited participants in the exhibition.

 

Road Poach and Poached Possum. In an exhibition titled Not Legal.

Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario.

 

Capital, a juried one-person exhibition of photographs and computer-enhanced photographs of wooden pallets and vegetable crates. 

Spencer Gallery, D.B. Weldon Library, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario

 

Invited Resident Artist, with twenty-five items in the gallery exhibition at different times. Galleries @ Galleria, London, Ontario

 

Nine photographs and computer-enhanced photos in Piece by Piece, an exhibition of the works of more than forty local artists. Galleries @ Galleria, London, Ontario

 

Rural Themes, a juried one-person exhibition of photographs and computer-enhanced photographs. Starbucks/Chapters, Masonville, London, Ontario.

 

The Two of Us and Cat’s Cradle. Blyth Theatre Ticket Office.

 

Whither the Family Farm, a computer-enhanced photo collage in a juried exhibition of modern art involving text. IIPhase Gallery, London, Ontario

 

Posthenge and The Two of Us.  Bainton Gallery, Blyth, Ontario

 

 

 

The Second Concession, a juried one-person exhibition of photographs and computer-enhanced photographs. Starbucks/Chapters, Masonville, London, Ontario.

 

Two entries in a juried exhibition at Second Phase Gallery.

Kilmer’s Revenge and Canadian Sunrise, which was awarded

“Best Colour Photo” in the exhibit.

 

Canadian Sunrise and Sigmund’s Sunrise. Bainton Gallery, Blyth, Ontario

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Information:

 

John P. Palmer

P.O. Box 1149, Clinton, ON    N0M 1L0

phone:          (519) 482-3938

e-mail:          econoclast@cabletv.on.ca

website:        http://publish.uwo.ca/~jpalmer