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Francis Fougere

Sculpture Atrium at the Art Gallery of Hamilton

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

10:45 EST September 21, 2007

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© 2007 Francis Fougere, All Rights Reserved.

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Art as Sustenance for the Human Nature

David Braley and Nancy Gordon Sculpture Atrium at the Art Gallery of Hamilton

Current Exhibit
Carnival: Scenes from a Spectacle
Curated by Tobi Bruce, Patrick Shaw Cable and Sara Knelman

The Art Gallery of Hamilton has a permanent collection of approximately 8500 art works with comprehensive holdings of Canadian historical and contemporary art, British and American 20th century works, as well as an impressive European collection. In 2002, the AGH received over 200 nineteenth-century European paintings and sculptures from the Joey and Toby Tanenbaum private collection. The Gallery reopened in spring of 2005 after extensive renovations.

The AGH presents a varied schedule of exhibitions and an array of children’s, youth, adult and family programming. Visit http://www.artgalleryofhamilton.com for complete information.

Karel Appel (Dutch 1921 – 2006) Kid Clown 1978 acrylic and wood Gift of the artist
Karel Appel (Dutch 1921 – 2006) Danseur de Piste 1978 acrylic and wood Gift of the artist
Karel Appel (Dutch 1921 – 2006) Clown Equilibriste 1978 acrylic and wood Gift of the artist
Karel Appel (Dutch 1921 – 2006) Animal Fantastique 1978 acrylic and wood Gift of the artist
Karel Appel (Dutch 1921 – 2006) Clown Fleur 1978 acrylic and wood Gift of the artist
Karel Appel (Dutch 1921 – 2006) Clown Blanc et Noir 1978 acrylic and wood Gift of the artist
Karel Appel (Dutch 1921 – 2006) Oiseau Fantastique 1978 acrylic and wood Gift of the artist
Fernando Botero (Colombian b.1932) Doll 1981 bronze Gift of Irving Zucker, 1991
Joseph Calleja (Canadian b. Malta 1924) Spring Revelry (after Miro) 1974-1977 steel, wood, enamel, oil, acrylic, motors Gift of Irving Zucker, 1992
Joseph Calleja (Canadian b. Malta 1924) Undulations 1978 painted steel, motor Gift of the artist, 1997
Joseph Calleja (Canadian b. Malta 1924) The Source 1978 painted steel, motor Gift of the artist, 1997
Joseph Calleja (Canadian b. Malta 1924) Last Stop 1977 painted steel, motor Gift of the artist, 1997
Joseph Calleja (Canadian b. Malta 1924) Free Spirit 1977 painted steel, wood, motor Gift of the artist, 1997
Joseph Calleja (Canadian b. Malta 1924) Fish 1977 painted steel, motor Gift of the artist, 1994
Joseph Calleja (Canadian b. Malta 1924) Satyric Antics 1977 painted steel, motor Gift of the artist, 1994
Dorothy Cameron (Canadian 1924 – 2000) Carousel 1988-1991 mixed media with plasmalegno Gift of Irving Zucker, 1993
Don Bonham (Canadian b. USA 1940) Dark Angel 1981 fiberglass, aluminum, wood metal hardware, aircraft cable, acrylic laquer Gift of the Walter and Duncan Gordon Charitable Foundation, Canada Council Art Bank and the Volunteer Committee, 1984
Stephen Livick (Canadian b. England 1945) Untitled, Clown, n. 81361 1981 gum bichromate photograph Gift of the Volunteer Committee, 1982
David Pellettier (Canadian b.1950) Ventriloquist 1982 fiberglass, epoxy resin Gift of the Volunteer Committee, 1982
Tony Urquhart (Canadian b.1934) Rocamadour IV 1978 mixed media Gift of the Volunteer Committee and the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, 1986
Alexander Wyse (Canadian b. England 1938) Propeller Power 1981 mixed media Gift of Friends of the Gallery and the Canada Council Art Bank, 1981
Badanna Zack (Canadian b.1933) Duo of Great Canadians from Trio of Great Canadians 1976 – 1977 mixed media Gift of the Women’s Committee and Wintario, 1978
Kim Adams (Canadian b.1951) Every Which Way Bike 1996 (ongoing) bike parts Promised gift of the artist
Anton Van Dalen (American b. Holland 1938) Black Car 1974 painted wood Gift of Dr. Michael Pflug, 1993
http://www.artgalleryofhamilton.com

Location

USA-Canada / Canada-Ontario

Lat: 43° 15' 25.59" N
Long: 79° 52' 20.88" W

Elevation: 322Ft.

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Equipment

A Canon EOS 5D with a Canon 16-35mm L series lens set at the 16mm setting was used on a Manfrotto 303SPH head. The cubic panorama was stitched together with RealViz Stitcher V4. This panorama was shot with available light at 1/160 of a second @ f 11 in Raw mode with an ISO of 100 on the Canon EOS 5D. I processed all the images in the RAW conversion software Capture One Pro V3.7 from Phase. This software allows me to set the white point balance, drop the contrast, adjust the colour saturation, and fine tune the exposures before I create pixels. This process allows for a better workflow and cleaner files then correcting in PhotoShop. The images are then stitched together in RealViz Stitcher and the QuickTime panoramas are then converted from the flat tiff images
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