(1935 - 2010)
Gordon Rayner was active/lived in Ontario / Canada. Gordon Rayner is known for abstract easel and mural painting, printmaking, sculpture, commercial art, teaching.
Photo by Michael Torosian (1988). Courtesy National Gallery of Canada.
Biography Gordon Rayner
Gordon Rayner (1935 - 2010)
An important Canadian painter, printmaker, sculptor, muralist, commercial artist, musician and educator, Gordon Rayner was born in Toronto, Ontario where, with the exception of travel, he lived his whole life and died. He is discussed in virtually every Canadian art history book written since the mid 1960s, and his works have been featured in numerous exhibitions at major venues including two at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and five at the National Gallery of Canada. His art is in the permanent collections of dozens of Canadian museums as well as the Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C.
His mediums included acrylics, oils, Lucite 44, gouache*, fresco*, charcoal, chalk, collage*, ceramic tile, fo
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