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Claude Herbert Breeze

Position, Medical Illustration Department

UBC

HQ Phone:  (604) 822-2211

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UBC

2194 Health Sciences Mall

Vancouver, British Columbia,V6T 1Z3

Canada

Company Description

The University of British Columbia, established in 1908, educates a student population of 50,000 on major campuses in two cities and holds an international reputation for excellence in advanced research and learning. The largest is 30 minutes from the heart o...more

Background Information

Employment History

Artist-in-Residence

University of Western Ontario


Professors Emeriti

York University


Affiliations

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts

Member


Vancouver School District

Professor Emeritus


Education

medical illustration department

University of British Columbia


Web References(16 Total References)


Vancouver Art in the Sixties / Claude Breeze

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People / Claude Breeze
Artist, educator. Claude Breeze was born on October 9, 1938 in Nelson, British Columbia. Breeze studied with Ernest Linder for a year in Saskatoon (1954-1955) then with Arthur McKay and Kenneth Lochhead in Regina. Breeze worked at the University of British Columbia in the medical illustration department. Breeze relocated to Ontario in 1972 after accepting a position as Artist-in-Residence at the University of Western Ontario. In 1976, Breeze became a part of the Fine Arts faculty at York University. Breeze first came to national attention in the early 1960s with a series of violent, acid-colored figurative paintings about sexual anguish. It is also important to note that Breeze was the first painter in Canada to represent in art violent images from the mass media. His work is included in private, corporate, and public collections. A member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Breeze was awarded the Queen's Jubilee Medal in recognition of his contribution to Canadian art. Additional information and materials about Claude Breeze are available on request in Art, Architecture and Planning at the University of British Columbia Library. http://www.library.ubc.ca/finearts/ Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting)


Vancouver Art in the Sixties / Claude Breeze

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Claude Breeze
Vancouver Art in the Sixties / Claude Breeze Ruins in Process: Vancouver Art in the Sixties People / Claude Breeze Artist, educator. Claude Breeze was born on October 9, 1938 in Nelson, British Columbia. Breeze studied with Ernest Linder for a year in Saskatoon (1954-1955) then with Arthur McKay and Kenneth Lochhead in Regina. Breeze worked at the University of British Columbia in the medical illustration department. Breeze relocated to Ontario in 1972 after accepting a position as Artist-in-Residence at the University of Western Ontario. In 1976, Breeze became a part of the Fine Arts faculty at York University. Breeze first came to national attention in the early 1960s with a series of violent, acid-colored figurative paintings about sexual anguish. It is also important to note that Breeze was the first painter in Canada to represent in art violent images from the mass media. His work is included in private, corporate, and public collections. A member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Breeze was awarded the Queen's Jubilee Medal in recognition of his contribution to Canadian art. Additional information and materials about Claude Breeze are available on request in Art, Architecture and Planning at the University of British Columbia Library. http://www.library.ubc.ca/finearts/ Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting) Claude Breeze (Painting)


Faculty of Fine Arts: Faculty: Professors Emeriti

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Claude Breeze


Vancouver Art in the Sixties / Ruins in Process

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Claude Breeze, Epitaph for Sam Perry, 1966


Vancouver Art in the Sixties / Heather McCallum performing at Intermedia Nights

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More Information: Dancer Heather McCallum performing with projections and sound by Michael Gardiner and Claude Breeze at the Vancouver Art Gallery's exhibition Intermedia Nights.
McCallum, Gardiner and Breeze performed under the name TriMedia.


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