|Title||5 Colour Carnations #2 (A.P. ed. 10/75)|
|Dimensions||H-40 W-56 cm|
Libby Hague's practice can be viewed as a psychological self-portrait that traces patterns of influence as they move between creative life and private life. The contradictory themes that often recur in Hague's work -risk and luck, disaster and rescue, order and chaos- are compiled into complicated and opposing textures with bold colours.
Libby Hague is a Toronto-based visual artist who works primarily in print installation. She recently held solo exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Galerie Circulaire, La Centrale, the Durham Art Gallery, and at the Art Gallery of Mississauga. In 2009, Hague was the recipient of the Open Studio National Printmaking Award. She is represented in many public collections including the Musée du Québec, Confederation Center, Anderson Collection, University of Buffalo, Bank of Montreal and the Donovan Collection at the University of Toronto