Artist Nicholas Wade
Title 3 Studies [Triptych]
Media acrylic on wood board
Size 15 x 26.5 x 1 in. / 38.1 x 67.3 x 2.5 cm.
Sold $375 Estimate $300 - $600
LOT OF THREE; unsigned; each panel measures [15 x 6 in.] and is suppose to be hung with 4 in. in between each panel; unframed
Nicholas Wade exhibited at SAAG in 2022 in his exhibition gifts
donated by the artist; proceeds from this work go to the Southern Alberta Art Gallery [SAAG], Lethbridge - for more information on the gallery, visit saag.ca
Nicholas Wade ~ [b.1949] Canadian
Nicholas Wade’s work is represented in many private collections as well as the Province of Nova Scotia art collection, The Ontario Arts Council, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and the Canada Council Art Bank. Teaching experience includes: Queen's University, NSCAD, Tyler School of Art, David Thompson University Centre and University of Lethbridge. He was educated at St. Lawrence College in Kingston, York University, Banff Centre and Nova Scotia College of Art and Design where he received an MFA in 1981. He has taught at Queen’s University in Kingston, Brock University in St, Catharines, David Thompson University Centre in Nelson BC, NSCAD in Halifax NS and The University of Lethbridge until his retirement from teaching in 2011.
In 2000 and 2005, his work was included in the Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art as well as an exhibition in 2005 at the Ottawa Art Gallery to celebrate Alberta’s Centenary year. In 2014, he was represented in the Art Gallery of Alberta’s 90 x 90: Celebrating Art in Alberta exhibition. He also showed new paintings at the Trianon Gallery in September of that year. In 2015, his work was shown at the Latcham Gallery north of Toronto.
He showed recent 3D work at the Esplanade Art Gallery in November 2017. and at Casa in Lethbridge in March of 2018. In 2019 he exhibited with Jean van Wijk and Rien Monshouwer at Trianon in Lethbridge in "construct/counterpoint". A professional profile and interview with Wade is included in "Voices: artists on art" which offered insight into changes in Canadian art practice since the 1967 Centennial year. This publication and accompanying exhibitions at SAAG, Harbourfront and in Dubai was organized by Yvonne Lammerich and Ian Carr-Harris He works in Lethbridge and at a home studio on the top of the Niagara Escarpment overlooking Georgian Bay in Ontario.
a recent exhibition at Southern Alberta Art Gallery was titled gifts, 2022; University of Lethbridge Fine Arts Professor Emeritus