Phillip Woolf

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Bio

 

Phillip Woolf

1952 – Steynsrus, South Africa. Grew up in Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Emigrated to Canada in 1972.

Education:  

Ontario College of Art, 1980 – 1985
University of Toronto 1972 – 1974, 1991-1992

Professional Experience

More than twenty years as an exhibiting artist.

Teaching Experience

Currently, faculty at Seneca College; over 20 years of teaching at various institutions, including Sheridan College and Centennial College. Seconded to role of Chair, School of Creative Arts and Animation, 2012/2013.=

Collections

Works in numerous private collections in Canada, USA and Europe, and in the Seneca College public collection

Exhibitions

House of Moments Gallery, 2013; Loop Gallery, 2011; Monton Window Gallery, 2010; Gallery D3, Affordable Art Fair, NY, 2007 – 2009; Hubert Gallery, Madison Ave, NY, 2007-2009; Yorkville Gallery, Toronto, 2005; MOCA group show, Toronto, 2005; Angell Gallery, Toronto, 1998; Lumina Gallery, Soho, NY, 1997; Madison Gallery, Toronto 1983

Commissions

Scarborough Arts Council, outdoor murals, Kingston Road, 1992; Crooked Cue restaurant, Toronto, indoor mural, 1992; Lever Brothers, 30’ x 50’ elevated outdoor mural, intersection Lakeshore Boulevard and DVP, Toronto, 1988

Interviews

CKLN Radio, Christine Swaderski, 1990; CBC, Morningside, 1988; CFTO TV, 1988