Website Updates

Wow.
It seems like I’ve done nothing this past week but update and add to this website.

The biggest change to this site would have to be the addition of a dedicated area for illuminated landscapes. It’s pretty much it’s own mini site, complete with full image galleries, essays, multiple pages, links, embedded objects, etc.
Lots of work.

But that’s not the only thing I’ve been up to.
I spent a good chunk of last weekend (Feb 12-14) modifying some of the earlier entries of my CV. The old way of doing it works fine on the front end (what viewers see) but the back end (what I deal with) is clunky, disorganised, and a nightmare to maintain. So I’ve been re-arranging the CV galleries, and I’m slowly turning the CV entries into long, single pages.
All the images are still there, but now it’s all on one page. I’m also adding a lot of text, providing information on how the show went, what it led to, what I learned, and anything else that seems important.

The CV section is intended to be a ‘gold mine’ for anyone who ever decides to dig up information on me. I will reveal what I showed, who I showed with, what I wore, what I drank, old artist statements, etc. Everything I still have or still remember will go into these pages.

I think I am, for the most part, done with these website updates.

Next up will be some blog entries expanding on Illuminated Landscapes. Stay tuned.

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Kyle Clements

Kyle Clements is a Toronto-based artist and nerd. During his thesis at the Ontario College of Art and Design, Kyle began working on his Urban Landscapes series, a body of work that aims to capture the energy and excitement of life in the fast-paced urban environment. After graduating from OCAD in 2006, Kyle spent a year living in Asia to gather source material and experience in a different kind or urban environment. His work is vibrant and colourful. Whether painting the harsh Northern landscape, or capturing the overwhelming buzz of life in the city, his acrylic paintings hover between representation and abstraction.

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