Articles

Into the Woods: National Traveling Exhibition


16
Jun

Provocative Interactions

by BRYCE KANBARA OF COURSE, the first thing we feel when looking at one of George Raab's prints is a longing for our own, solitary, encounters…

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16
Jun

Paradoxical Places

by LESLIE ALLAN DAWN, Assistant Professor, Department of Art, University of Lethbridge THE PHOTO-BASED ETCHINGS of Ontario printmaker George Raab appear as contemporary as today and as…

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16
Jun

Wild Impressions and Recycled Objects

by ILLI-MARIA TAMPLIN, Director, Art Gallery of Peterborough A STREAK OF HUMOUR in artist George Raab is sometimes revealed in the titles he gives to his…

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16
Jun

Wild Interpretations: The Nature of Intaglio Prints

by KIM KISER Issue of 'Wildlife Art Magazine' GEORGE RAAB LIKES TO START I HIS DAYS WALKING through the woods near his Millbrook, Ontario, home and studio.…

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01
Aug

George Raab: Canadian Wilderness Etchings

THE RENOWNED PRINTMAKER EXPLORES PARALLELS BETWEEN HIS WORK AND JAPANESE LANDSCAPES By Lucy Birmingham, Arts Writer, METROPOLIS Magazine (Tokyo, Japan)-Aug 1,2008  issue #749 CANADIAN ARTIST GEORGE…

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