Don Proch

1944 |

Autumn Asessippi

Autumn Asessippi

Mixed Media , 2019
25 x 10 x 10 in

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Lake of the Prairies with Purple Finch

Lake of the Prairies with Purple Finch

pencil crayon , 2008
16 x 16 in

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High Noon Asessippi

High Noon Asessippi

Mixed Media , 2017
10.5 x 17 in

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Sculptor, Don Proch was born in Hamilton, Ontario in 1944. He moved to Winnipeg, where he received his BFA and B. Ed from the University of Manitoba in 1966. His debut exhibition with the Winnipeg Art Gallery was the “Twelfth Winnipeg Biennial” in 1971. This was followed by 8 more exhibitions at the WAG between 1972 and 1997. He has exhibited widely in Canada and abroad, including exhibtions in Paris, Brussels, Chicago and the National Gallery of Canada.His work is represented in collections such as the Art Gallery of Ontario; Art News collection, New York; The Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa; Exxon Collection, Calgary; Glenbow Museum, Calgary; Manitoba Telephone System; The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Shell Canada Collection, Calgary; Vancouver Art Gallery; The Winnipeg Art Gallery; The Richardson Foundation- Greenshields Collection; The Mancy Collection, New York; The Bronfman Collection, Montreal, Quebec; and The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. On November 3rd, 2019, Don received an honorary Doctorate of Law (DCL) degree from St. John’s College at the University of Manitoba.

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The Gord Landscape with Passing Comet and Jean Jacket Collar

The Gord Landscape with Passing Comet and Jean Jacket Collar

Mixed Media , 2017
29 x 12 x 13 in

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Storm Front

Storm Front

Colored pencil and graphite , 2011
4.75 x 10.625 in

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Green Collar Bandit

Green Collar Bandit

Mixed Media , 2011
33 x 14 x 21 in

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