Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun

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Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun

View Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction prices.

 You are now entering a free state of mind, 2000 (born in Kamloops, BC) Modern Pop Art, Contemporary Art, Free State, Canadian Artists, First Nations, Fine Art, Abstract, Canvas, Gallery

Meet the Fellows | Lawrence Paul Yuxwelupton (Part III of V)

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun (Coast Salish/Okanagan) Caution! You are Entering a Free State of Mind Zone, 2000. Acrylic on canvas.

Fiona Ackerman: The Formal Fugitive (from Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun studio visit). oil and acrylic on canvas, x Figure Painting, Contemporary Art, Abstract Art, Canvas, Studio, Figurative, Coast, Paintings, Oil

Work — Fiona Ackerman

Fiona Ackerman: The Formal Fugitive (from Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun studio visit). 2013, oil and acrylic on canvas, 60" x 75"

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun. Ovoidism. September 22, 2016 to September 25, 2017. Larwill Park Vancouver // Traditionally, the ovoid is never depicted as an entity unto itself, but rather an element of a larger design or figure. Yuxweluptun's use of the ovoid, rather than following traditional iconography, extricates the form in order to speak to land claims, the history of colonization, Aboriginal rights and self-government, environmentalism and Native philosophy. Vancouver Art Gallery, Environmentalism, September 22, Indigenous Art, Public Speaking, Public Art, Nativity, Larger, Traditional

Vancouver Art Gallery

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun. Ovoidism. September 22, 2016 to September 25, 2017. Larwill Park Vancouver // Traditionally, the ovoid is never depicted as an entity unto itself, but rather an element of a larger design or figure. Yuxweluptun's use of the ovoid, rather than following traditional iconography, extricates the form in order to speak to land claims, the history of colonization, Aboriginal rights and self-government, environmentalism and Native philosophy.

Robert Linsley and Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun -Mountain View Cemetery- 1996 Oil on canvas x x cm Collection Vancouver Art Gallery Photo Trevor Mills Mountain View Cemetery, Vancouver Art Gallery, Landscape Paintings, Oil On Canvas, The Past, Artist, Image, Collection, Artists

Slideshow: Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun's Critical Canvases

Over the past three decades, Yuxweluptun's unapologetically critical art practice has become a touchstone for Indigenous artists worldwide.

Blue Ovoid, 2012, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, acrylic on canvas, 63 x 49 in., Vancouver, British Columbia. "Regarding Yuxweluptun’s ovoid paintings, Ian Thom wrote that he “emancipates the ovoid from its traditional roles in Northwest Coast art, as a joint, an eye, a filler element or a form that encompasses entire creatures.” In each of these two striking works, Yuxweluptun has isolated a single ovoid, painted in saturated, vibrating hues, and made it monumental." First Nations, British Columbia, North West, Vancouver, Coast, Creatures, Paintings, Traditional, Eye

Blue Ovoid, 2012, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, acrylic on canvas, 63 x 49 in., Vancouver, British Columbia. "Regarding Yuxweluptun’s ovoid paintings, Ian Thom wrote that he “emancipates the ovoid from its traditional roles in Northwest Coast art, as a joint, an eye, a filler element or a form that encompasses entire creatures.” In each of these two striking works, Yuxweluptun has isolated a single ovoid, painted in saturated, vibrating hues, and made it monumental."

Canadian artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun is represented by Macaulay & Co Fine Art. He is a renowned First Nations painter working in Vancouver BC, Canada. Canadian Artists, First Nations, Plane, Coast, Fine Art, Abstract, Artwork, People, Summary

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun | First Nations Artist | Macaulay & Co Fine Art

Canadian artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun is represented by Macaulay & Co Fine Art. He is a renowned First Nations painter working in Vancouver BC, Canada.

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun - The Urban Rez, 1998 Aboriginal Art, The Past, Canvas, Gallery, Plane, Artist, Red, Urban, Tela

Slideshow: Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun's Critical Canvases

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun - The Urban Rez, 1998

Buschlen Moatt Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun Neo Northwest Coast Black and White, 2008 North West, Coast, Canada, Black And White, Artwork, Artist, Work Of Art, Black N White, Auguste Rodin Artwork

Buschlen Moatt Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun Neo Northwest Coast Black and White, 2008

 Private sale of work by Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun - Green Ovoid. Residential Schools, Fine Art Auctions, Anything Is Possible, British Columbia, Vancouver, Death, Canada, Colour, Feelings

Green Ovoid, 2012, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, acrylic on board, 60 x 48 in., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. "Yuxweluptun further states, “They are an extension of an existential conceptual symbolic of duality of colour and thought. They are an expression of the time that I live in. So that it is free thinking, to think and express what I am thinking, the feelings of death, the feelings of residential schools, anything is possible. They are a very expressionistic symbol.”

CAG publication PORTRAIT includes the work of Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun among other artists. Contemporary Artists, Art Gallery, Portrait, Art Museum, Headshot Photography, Portrait Paintings, Drawings, Portraits

Contemporary Art Gallery - Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver

CAG publication PORTRAIT includes the work of Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun among other artists.