J. C. Heywood:
One Year
Robert Swain



Year: 1982
16 pp, b/w, 8" x 9"
ISBN: 0-88911-370-X
$2.00 softcover

J.C. Heywood, a Kingston printmaker, has been interested in the various kinds of preconceptions that could be applied with the aim to bring order to visual things. While he thought that in treating the system of preconceptions as an object itself and as the subject of a work. Critics have described his work as eclectic, contradictory, and challenging. It is in this publication "J.C. Heywood: One Year" that explores the thirteen prints Heywood created during his sabbatical year, a time for reflection, where he produced works in Kingston, Edmonton, and Tokyo.

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