Jesse Gledhill, SCA

 
Jesse Gledhill's work portrays the human experience.  The same essential emotional complexities exist now as they did when man first painted a cave wall; something essential was being said about the nature of man.  Jesse's technical accomplishment brings this idea to the audience even when the psychological aspects may remain latent to the viewer.  The means whereby all of us adjudicate the world in which we live are intellectual and emotional.  An intellectual response is learned, whereas emotion is innate and Jesse's work is a vector which appeals to the latter.  This artist has combined several 'isms' to end up with a style of his own and his challenge is to be revealing rather than merely novel.
 
Jesse's work is in private and public collections in:  Canada, the United States, Bermuda, Europe  South America including the public collections of:   the municipal government of the city of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; the Corporation of the County of Essex, Ontario, Canada;  Thames Art Gallery, Chatham, Ontario, Canada;  the 48th Highlanders Regimental Headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, Canada;  the AIDS Organization of Canada; CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) in Windsor, Ontario, Canada;  Government of Ontario Art Collection at the Archives of Ontario, Canada; Swords into Plowshares Peace Center and Gallery, Michigan U.S.A.

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