Material: plaster, sign board, sculpty, moss, paint
Base: fibreglass, stone
12" x 18" x 7"
About the Work
To have habitation take refuge within a contour.
To find our selves warming to an interior environment.
To peer through windows of the natural inside our nature.
To survive as we seek place and peace.
The hope of shelter within shelter
Without not seeing the silence of hare…
About the Artist
Stephen Cruise was born in Montréal in 1949 and lives and works in Willowdale. He was a founding member of A Space Gallery, Toronto.
Stephen has exhibited in over 30 solo shows and over 50 group exhibitions both locally, nationally and internationally including: the National Gallery of Canada; Art Gallery of Ontario; City of Windsor; University of Calgary; City of Toronto; and Art Bank, Ottawa.
Selected public art commissions include: indigena domain, City Hall, Cambridge; a Path a Muse taken, Parc Trudeau Park, Toronto; Vessel, Manulife Recreation Centre, Waterloo; after/before, Don Mills Station, Sheppard Subway, Toronto; one hundred linksone chain, Gibson Park, North York; Places in a book (6 chapters), Spadina LRT, Pole Colonnade, Toronto.