Ted Godwin
Ivory Point, Low Tide

oil on canvas
signed and titled on the stretcher
51 x 69 ins ( 129.5 x 175.3 cms )

Estimated: $10,000.00 - $15,000.00

Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto
Art Gallery of Ontario Art Rental Service, Toronto
Corporate Collection, Toronto
Sale Date: November 23rd 2017

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Edward W. (Ted) Godwin
(1933 - 2013) Regina Five, RCA, Order of Canada

Ted Godwin was born in Calgary, Alberta in 1933. Godwin graduated from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology and Art in 1955. He worked as an art director for television and as a neon sign designer until 1964. He studied with Barnett Newman, John Ferren, Jules Olitski, and Lawrence Alloway at the Emma Lake Artists Workshop from 1959 to 1965. Godwin has been exhibiting since 1955 and has had more than 60 solo exhibitions. He was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy in 1974. One of the Regina Five group of painters, Ted Godwin is known for his Tartan Series, Dying Orchids Series, and large landscapes that explore the interactions of the river-edge. Godwin's many major public collectors include The National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Canada Council Art Bank, Art Gallery of Hamilton, CBC, University of Regina, and the Confederation Art Centre. His works are also in numerous private and corporate collections.