Doris McCarthy Exhibition Artsync Feature and Other Gallery Artist News at Wynick/Tuck Gallery

March 20, 2012

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The current Doris McCarthy exhibition, Paintings and Works on Paper was featured in an interview on the ArtSync program.





Mountains 2003, oil on canvas 45 x 60 inches                               Rock and Pine, 1971, 12 X 16 inches oil on panel

Artsync’s Michael Hansen interviewed Lynne Wynick on a mini tour, which aired March 16th on Rogers TV.  Lynne Wynick discusses our current exhibition, Doris McCarthy Paintings and Works on Paper.
To view the interview online, please visit: 

The exhibition continues through March 31.

Other Gallery Artists News


Howard Podeswa JNW (after the Night Watch) from the Redux series 2007

Howard Podeswa’s painting JNW (after the Night Watch) from the Redux series is in the Doris McCarthy Gallery University of Toronto, Scarborough current show “The ‘C’ Word” as well as featured in Canadian Art’s online article “The “C” Word: Readymades Need Not Apply’” by Mariam Nader. The show is on view at the Doris McCarthy Gallery,  University of Toronto , Scarborough , February 8 through to April 4. 

To read the full online article, please view the link below.

Canadian Art online


William Kurelek, This is the Nemesis, 1965, mixed media on masonite

William Kurelek The travelling exhibition “William Kurelek: The Messenger” (currently on view at the Art Gallery of Hamilton) is featured in the current issue of Canadian Art Magazine in an article by Peter Goddard; The End Time: William Kurelek re-emerges in a major touring retrospective. 


The William Kurelek exhibition “William Kurelek: The Messenger” was also covered by David Balzer on the Canadian Art Online website, to view the article please visit:

Carol Wainio’s  painting, Structures of memory #2 ,1986 was featured in The Globe and Mail visual art section in Saturday March 10th  newspaper. It was sold in a recent auction of Waddington’s new Concrete Contemporary Auctions and Projects division.  The painting went into the Concrete sale with a $4,000 – $6, 000 estimate, but spirited bidding both in-house and on the telephone pitched the result to $16,800, including premium.  That’s believed to an auction record for the artist. 

For More information please contact:
Wynick/Tuck Gallery
401 Richmond St. W suite 128
Toronto , Ontario