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These undefinable places;  removed from the source of their origins by experience, memory, and recording;  are perhaps places that you have seen before somewhere else, too.  

 

“In making my paintings, I hope that my personal visual language creates connections, touchstones, and entry points that remind you of a place you’ve been or a feeling you’ve had.  Through that experience, art is a conversation that brings our solitary experience closer together.”  

 Jocelyn Claire Burke


Painting abstract memories of visited and imagined places, people, and metaphysical resonances, Jocelyn Claire Burke is a Canadian artist working in oils and mixed media from a studio in the wilds of a Niagara Escarpment river valley between Toronto and Georgian Bay.   By experiments in colour and mark making, she follows a trail and feels a sense of space until something like the sublime experience of landscape emerges from abstraction.  


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