Abbozzo Contemporary Art Gallery

David Blackwood

Blackwood's depictions of the life, the landscape, and the people of Newfoundland have produced, over the past four decades, a body of work which holds a special place in the Canadian imagination. His strangely beautiful images have come to represent to many of us the essence of Newfoundland's landscape and traditional culture. Part personal biography, part cultural document, part mythic narrative, his work forms an ongoing chronicle of the distinctive stories, both epic and personal, which have shaped his life and the life of his native province. He is widely regarded as Canada's most accomplished printmaker.

The 'Black Ice' Exhibition organized and presented at the AGO in 2011, is travelling to Newfoundland in 2012 and Victoria in 2013. 'Black Ice' the catalogue published by the AGO, is now available at the gallery.

David Blackwood 'Revelation' - October 5 to November 2, 2013. Opening Reception with Mr. Blackwood Wednesday October 9, 5 to 8 pm.
Exhibition Page

The Wesleyville Under Construction by David Blackwood
The Wesleyville Under Construction
2012, Etching and Aquatint
Edition of 50
9 X 12 inches, 23 X 30 cm.
Larger View

Triptych: Ephraim Kelloway’s Door by David Blackwood
Triptych: Ephraim Kelloway’s Door
2012, Etching and Aquatint
Edition of 50
12 X 24 inches, 30 X 63 cm.
Larger View

 Passing the Rostellan by David Blackwood
Passing the Rostellan
2013, Etching and Aquatint
Edition of 50
12 X 18 inches, 30 X 46 cm.
Larger View



Available Etchings A to J
Available Etchings K to S
Available Etchings T to Z
Price list available by request.

David Blackwood's Biography
Purchase Blackwood Books and Posters

Rare Impressions

Exhibitions

IIllumination: Ephraim Kelloway's Door - 2010
Recent Etchings - 2007
Near and Far - 2006
Outport Relics and Related Works - 2005
Sense of Place Exhibition - 2005
Down on the Labrador - 2004
Mummer's Veil - 2003
Bragg's Island Revisited - 2002
Visits and Discoveries - 2000

An Interview with David Blackwood

Fire Down Harbour by David Blackwood
Fire Down Harbour
2012, Etching and Aquatint
5.75 X 8  inches, 14.5 X 20.5 cm. 
Larger View

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