BETWEEN
oil on linen
1.00 by 0.54 meters




BOW AT REDPATH SUGAR
oil on board
1.00 by 0.79 meters




CHAIN STUDY
oil on canvas
1.00 by 0.60 meters



PERSONAL WEBSITE
www.lauriejones.net


CONTACT
jones_laurie@yahoo.ca


telephone: 416 203-2425 home or 416 822-6351 cel
mailing address: 21 Third Street, Ward’s Island M5J 2B3
studio: Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts, studio 2

Born in Toronto.
Graduated from Graphic Design, Sheridan College, 1982


Solo exhibitions
1999 Recent paintings, Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition
Summer sketchbook, The Rectory Gallery
Reliable, trustworthy, strong: paintings of boats and men, Here and Now Gallery
1998 William Ward: Island Hero, an exhibition of 13 paintings at The Pier Marine Museum
Laurie Jones - Recent paintings, Here and Now Gallery
Watercolours from home, The Rectory Gallery
1996 Recent paintings, The Rectory Gallery

Group exhibitions
2001 Gibraltar Point Artists, The Rectory Gallery, Toronto
2000 Juried show , Women’s Art Association of Canada, Toronto
"Rogue Wave, Toronto Arts Week, ‘Solvitur ambulando- a walking labyrinth’
Dancemakers, benefit exhibition , Edward Day Gallery, Toronto
Toronto Brigantine, benefit exhibition, Toronto
Toronto Island Artists, The Rectory Gallery,
1999 The Place of My Dreams, York Quay Gallery Harbourfront, Toronto
Rogue Wave, Toronto Arts Week, ‘J stroke’ outdoor installation
Island Women, The Rectory Gallery
1998 Rogue Wave, Toronto Arts Week, ‘Naked boats’ outdoor installation
The Rectory Gallery Christmas Show
1997 Island Artists, Here and Now Gallery, Toronto
1996 Toronto Harbour in Art, Toronto Historical Board Marine Museum
1995 Toronto Harbour in Art, Toronto Historical Board Marine Museum
1995 Annual group show, Beach Guild of Fine Art, Toronto
1986 Art in the Park, Kew Beach Park, Toronto

Awards and commissions
2000 ‘Secrets’, acrylic on paper, commissioned by The Workman Theatre for play entitled
‘Joy, a musical about depression’ written by Maja Ardal
‘Community’, watercolour on paper, commissioned by the Anglican Archdiocese of Toronto
1995 ‘Three Sisters’ second prize, Toronto Harbour in Art, Toronto Historical Board- the painting is
on permanent display at the Mission for Seafarers on Cherry Street, Toronto

Paintings by Laurie Jones are in many private collections.
references supplied on request.


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