Scott Goudie – Labrador Remembered

Sep 9—Oct 10, 2020

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  • Upper Eagle River

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    13.50" x 15"
    2020

  • Torngats Remembered I

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    13" x 15"
    2020

  • Torngats Remembered II

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    13" x 15"
    2020

  • Torngats Remembered III

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    9" x 24"
    2020

  • Torngats Remembered IV

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    15" x 18.5"
    2020

  • Torngats Remembered V

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    12" x 15"
    2020

  • Torngats Remembered VI

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    15" x 18"
    2020

  • Torngats Remembered VII

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    13.5" x 18"
    2020

  • Adlatok Revisited I

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    11" x 15"
    2020

  • Adlatok Revisited II

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    13" x 15"
    2020

  • Adlatok Revisited III

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    13" x 15"
    2020

  • Adlatok Revisited IV

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    13" x 15"
    2020

  • Adlatok Revisited V

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    13" x 15"
    2020

  • Adlatok Revisited VI

    Chalk pastel on Arches paper
    15" x 18.5"
    2020

  • Upper Eagle River with Adlatok Revisited

    Virtual gallery installation

  • Torngats Remembered

    Virtual gallery installation
    I - VII

  • Adlatok Revisited

    Virtual gallery installation
    I-VI


Christina Parker Gallery is proud to present: Labrador Remembered, a series of new chalk pastels on black Arches paper by Scott Goudie.

The studio typically is a place of isolation, contemplation and creation. This has been a year of extremes. Over the upcoming months, Christina Parker Gallery will present a series of virtual online exhibitions featuring work from the studios of gallery artists created during a challenging time to be an artist. The first presentation is a compelling series of chalk pastels on black Arches paper by Scott Goudie.

“During the pandemic, I’ve tried to keep my sanity by staying productive in my studio. I found myself reflecting on the time I’ve spent in Labrador over the past decades.  In this series of intimate pastels,  I’ve concentrated on the Adlatok River and the Torngats with a small visit to the Eagle River.

The image I chose from the Adlatok is of an evening sky with a Cresent Moon and each study is physically the same but with different colours showing early evening to full nighttime.
The Torngats studies show different fjords and coastlines with different weather systems defining the light and colour of each image.

Lastly, I did a small study of the upper Eagle River with high water and afternoon light.”

The new works by Scott Goudie are available to view in the gallery upon request.

Gallery hours are Monday, 12-4, Tuesday – Friday, 11-5, Saturday, 12 -4. The gallery can be contacted by email: cpg@nfld.net or by phone: 709-753-0580.

We ask that guests observe social distancing protocols, and for groups of 6 or more to make appointments.

For information on pricing please download the visual catalogue here.

To download Scott Goudie’s CV please click here.

Artists associated with this exhibition