Gershon Iskowitz, Market (c. 1952–4), coloured ink, gouache, pen and black ink on illustration board 51.9 x 60.7 cm Collection, National Gallery of Canada, Gift of Joey, Toby, and Alan Tanenbaum, Toronto.
Bob Koosy Three Inuit women (2003) Ancient whalebone from the Nunavut coast, Northwest Territories, Canada, and alabaster with copper inlay, Cape Dorset serpentine and Brazilian soapstone (height 13.5 in.) Private collection. Photographed by Ken Jones.
Analysis of Jackson Pollock’s Reflections of the Big Dipper (1947) Oil on canvas Image progression shows, from left, fragment of the original painting; blob structure (black pigment); luminescence edge structure (white regions) From Mureika, Cupchik, and Dyer, 2004.
Lanny Shereck Composite of four scenes involving finely modelled plaster figures (average height 22 in.) Painted in glazed technique with acrylics, from a public art show at the York Quay Gallery, Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, June 1995.