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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do #14
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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do #14 Sculpture

Gordon Halloran

Canada

Sculpture, 3D Sculpting on Other

Size: 7 W x 18 H x 0 D in

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The graphic patterns in the work have been captured during the installation process of Paintings Below Zero for the Cultural Olympiad in Torino, Italy. The form is created by cutting and fracturing the Sintra Block. The configuration is inspired by the break up and fall of a glacial wall.

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Sculpture:3D Sculpting on Other

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Size:7 W x 18 H x 0 D in

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Gordon Halloran is Canadian artist who is well known to world audiences as the creator of Paintings Below Zero. His monumental public art installations of non representational paintings in ice have fascinated audiences in Chicago where 176,000 people came out to see his site specific 200' long 14' high Museum of Modern Ice, at Toronto City Hall where 50,000 people came to see Paintings Below Zero an 80' long by 10' wide site specific installation. In Turin Halloran was Canada’s official representative to the Cultural Olympiad for the 2006 Olympics where his site specific installation filled an entire church with Paintings Below Zero; at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games he created ICE GATE a 100' long by 14' high site specific installation. He was recently the feature artist for public art at the Miami International Art Fair and Art Palm Beach. The artist has recently installed Lotus in Motion a site specific series of floating paintings over three lakes for VanDusen Botanical Gardens in Vancouver, Canada. Mr Halloran has recently returned to his roots with the creation of new paintings, collage and sculpture. Each individual work is intimate in scale and eclectic in theme as the artist follows train of thought that delves into the ephemeral, the energy and the magic of existence. "...dazzling abstract paintings..." - Michelle Tarnopolosky, Macleans's Magazine "....new frontiers of totally experimental contemporary art, where beauty is shown to be less ephemeral than the material it is made of. Beauty that opens our hearts..."
- Piero Addis, Chief Curator and Head of the Cultural Olympiad for the Olympic Winter Games, Torino 2006 "...a really unique and unforgettable dialogue between man and nature, technology and emotion."
- Giorgetto Giugiaro, Founder and chairman, Italdesign-giugaro SPA "...artwork that promises to be a monumental addition to the Winter Games." Marsha Lederman, Globe Review - The Globe and Mail.

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