Widely known in pop surrealism circles, Bev Hogue’s portraits portray women of all ages, from all walks of life. Any woman can find herself in a piece of Hogue’s art. At her art show at the Gordon Daniel Gallery in Toronto, titled ‘Blue or Nothing’, Hogue articulated on her views around art.
Bev Hogue describes the title of the show as the statement that defines her approach for work and life. For her, it means trusting her instincts and having the courage to express herself. This show features new paintings along with other imaginative works.
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Bev Hogue's ‘Blue or Nothing' Pop Surrealism Exhibit
- By: Christina ButtyMay 11, 2009