David Trautrimas was born and raised in Belleville, Ontario. He currently lives and works in Hamilton.
He explores contemporary cultural phenomena in a multi-media practice that has encompassed sculpture, installation, photography, and printmaking. Oscillating between abstracted and representational renderings, his works have examined those popular icons, ordinary objects and architectural spaces that influence and inform everyday life.
Trautrimas’ work has been the subject of numerous public exhibitions in Canada and internationally in the United States, Japan, South Korea, and Australia. Recent solo exhibitions include A Recollection of Spoils, Paul Elia Gallery, Hamilton; A Place Between The Water In The Water, Angell Gallery, Toronto; The Lake Dives Where the Earth Curves, Assembly Gallery, Hamilton; In The Wake of The Bind, Zalucky Contemporary, Toronto; and Eidolon Point, The Canadian Embassy’s Prince Takamodo Gallery, Tokyo. Notable group exhibitions include his presentations in Ontario at the Art Gallery of Hamilton; The Gardiner Museum; Art Gallery of Windsor; The Harbourfront Centre; The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and abroad at The Korean Arts Center, Seoul, South Korea (2011) and Queensland Center for Photography in Brisbane, Australia.
8 inches tondo
laser etched acrylic and latex paint, edition of 3
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