Ted Wassmer's Ninetieth Year: An Exhibition of Recent Works, View 1
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In celebrating his ninetieth year with an exhibition of new work, Ted Wassmer has perhaps inadvertently made his life as an artist look easy. Of course, it has not been. The standard disappointments, tragedies and heartache have been there. Ted's art is as conspicuous for what it is not as for what it is: it does not record the angst of an angry, distant world; it collectively reflects upon itself as a decision to embrace the positive. It is evidence of his choice as much as his circumstance. Exhibition held in the street Level Gallery space.
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