Celia Neubauer, Previously Sold Artwork

S037, Satellite Series
Celia Neubauer
Acrylic and Oil on Canvas (48x40 in) 2016
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S039, Satellite Series
Celia Neubauer
Acrylic and Oil on Canvas (48x40 in) 2016
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Study 54
Celia Neubauer
Mixed Media (30x22 in) 2015
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Study 48
Celia Neubauer
mixed media on paper (30x22 in) 2015
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Study 52
Celia Neubauer
mixed media on paper (30x22 in) 2015
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Study 51
Celia Neubauer
mixed media on paper (30x22 in) 2015
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Sweep 2
Celia Neubauer
Oil on Canvas (40x30 in) 2012
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Secret Places Series
Celia Neubauer
Oil on Canvas (24x24 in) 2011
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Rocks and Water Series No.3
Celia Neubauer
Oil on Canvas (48x38 in) 2011
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Rocks and Water Series No. 2
Celia Neubauer
Oil on Canvas (48x38 in) 2011
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Edward Gardens No10
Celia Neubauer
oil on canvas (32x26 in) 2010
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Edward Gardens No9
Celia Neubauer
oil on canvas (20x16 in) 2010
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Edward Gardens No8
Celia Neubauer
Oil on Canvas (16x16 in) 2010
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Edward Gardens No6
Celia Neubauer
Oil on Canvas (16x16 in) 2010
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Edward Gardens No5
Celia Neubauer
oil on canvas (16x16 in) 2010
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Edward Gardens no4
Celia Neubauer
oil on canvas (16x16 in) 2010
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Edward Gardens no3
Celia Neubauer
oil on canvas (16x20 in) 2010
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Edward Gardens no2
Celia Neubauer
Oil on Canvas (16x16 in) 2010
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Edward Gardens no1
Celia Neubauer
oil on canvas (16x16 in) 2010
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Qi 7/8
Celia Neubauer
oil on canvas (72x63 in) 2009
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Celia Neubauer

(1962)

Celia Neubauer’s paintings explore the ephemeral beauty and fleeting passage of the serendipitous image. Through the subtractive and additive action of a brush, Neubauer allows her imagery to materialize, bringing out a tenuous play between obliteration and recovery. In her recent series ‘Satellite’ Neubauer casts her inquisitive gaze towards the cosmic sublime to project onto canvas other worlds beyond our own. These striking paintings harken back to the precision of historical Chinese painting and the tenderness of calligraphy under the guise of modernist abstraction. At once familiar and strange, as if we’ve seen them before somewhere, these works are symptomatic of Neubauer’s adeptness at fabricating almost-ambiguous spaces, be they celestial landscapes, heavenly bodies, or clouds exploding in the sky. In other words, they leave us thinking: is that what I think that is? For this reason, she continues to seduce the voyeur that is within us all while quietly reminding us of our frailty and our diminutive place within the larger universe.

Neubauer received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at York University and earned a Higher Diploma at the Slade School of Fine Art in London, England and has exhibited her work internationally. Her work is included in the collections of BMO Financial Group, Canada Life, Cadillac Fairview, Four Seasons (Dubai), the Donovan Collection, Hewlett – Packard Canada Ltd., Live Entertainment of Canada Inc., Art Gallery of Mississauga, Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Board, Tory Tory Deslauriers & Binnington and many private collections. She has taught at Queen’s University; the University of Guelph; the University of Toronto School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and is presently teaching painting and drawing at the Toronto School of Art. Her paintings have been featured in various publications such as Design Lines Magazine and Carte Blanche 2: Painting.

Links

Celia Neubauer
Artist Website

Interview
2012 Video: Barbara Isherwood talks to Celia Neubauer about her creative influences and the direction of her latest work