LINDEE CLIMO: Covering the Oldies: New Paintings

November 23 - December 14, 2019
Overview

Musicians have long covered the work of other musicians, reviving and reconstructing in tribute and in quest. Working from Renaissance paintings allows me to visit the minds of painters who are as fascinated by the newness of oil painting as we are today by virtual realities. For many years now, I have been reading nightly from journals and texts of my father's war that were written by participants before they knew the outcome. Do this for any length of time and that time and its questions set up a spot in the brain, a virtual reality to travel to. So it is for me working from Renaissance paintings. Covering them with pieces of my life ensures a sweet level of adrenaline as I visit with Simone Martini, Baldovinetti, Lochner, Bosch, and Heemskerck.

 

Lindee Climo, 2019

On Saturday, November 23rd, 2019 Mira Godard Gallery was pleased to open "Cover the Oldies" an exhibition of new paintings by LINDEE CLIMO.

 

Lindee Climo was born in 1948 in Boston, Massachusetts. She moved to Canada in 1970 and has been exhibiting since 1975. Her work can be found in numerous private, public, and corporate collections including Acadia University, Nova Scotia; Art Gallery of Nova Scotia; Department of External Affairs, Ottawa; Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa; The Rooms, Saint John's, Newfoundland and Scotiabank.

 

Lindee Climo lives and works in Nova Scotia.

Installation Views
Works
  • LINDEE CLIMO Dove Puzzle after a detail of Simone Martini's Annunciation, 2019 oil on canvas 20 1/4 x 20 1/4 in.
    LINDEE CLIMO
    Dove Puzzle after a detail of Simone Martini's Annunciation, 2019
    oil on canvas
    20 1/4 x 20 1/4 in.
  • LINDEE CLIMO Roosters after Masolino's St. Peter Giving Alms and the Resurrection of Tabitha, 2019 oil on canvas 60 x 20 1/2 in.
    LINDEE CLIMO
    Roosters after Masolino's St. Peter Giving Alms and the Resurrection of Tabitha, 2019
    oil on canvas
    60 x 20 1/2 in.
  • LINDEE CLIMO Ox after Heemskerck's St. Luke Drawing the Virgin, 2019 oil on canvas 32 x 28 in.
    LINDEE CLIMO
    Ox after Heemskerck's St. Luke Drawing the Virgin, 2019
    oil on canvas
    32 x 28 in.