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The St. Andrew’s Cathedral is located in the heart of downtown Victoria (at the corner of View St. and Blanchard St). The building was designed as a duplicate of a parish church in Vaudreuil, Quebec by Montreal church architects Maurice Perrault and Albert Mesnard.
The church was built in 1892, restored and renovated in mid-1980s. Renovation and changes maintain and respect its original Victorian architectural design.
This work - the last collage of my Victoria church series – is created from 100% paper cut & torn from magazine. In the collage, I gave up my chaotic collage techniques and adapted mainly “oil painting” techniques as I was trying to capture every details of this beautiful building.
I intentionally used pieces of magazines that have printing words on them for viewers to distinguish the work as a collage and not a painting in oil or acrylic. The mystic and dramatic sky was created to enhance the collage and reflect the surreal and spiritual environment of the cathedral.
April 18th, 2010
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