Here are more works from the Alex Janvier exhibit at the National Gallery. The first is Grand Entry, with more information beneath it.
This trio of canvases particularly caught my eye for their colours.
This particularly powerful work, less abstract than others, is O'Kanada. It was a response to the Oka Crisis of 1990, and is filled with rich symbols and references.
This last painting, with its explanation preceding it, seemed quite fitting- the painting feels like winter, so Cold Lake Air suits as a title. Tomorrow we'll start looking at some of the art up in the world art galleries.