Mayberry Fine Art

324 Dundas Street West
Hours: October 26-28: 9:30am - 5:30 pm / October 29-30: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Gallery Capacity: 20

Mayberry Fine Art has been helping clients build valuable collections of Canadian art for over 45 years. We specialize in artworks by the Canadian Group of Seven, Canada's post-war artists and leading contemporary artists. With three locations in Winnipeg and Toronto, our approachable and knowledgeable staff can assist you with your fine art needs, whether it is building an art collection, shipping or custom framing your valuable works of art.

Jack Bishop: Road Trip Playlist

Road Trip Playlist is the artist's first solo show with Mayberry Fine Art. Jack’s paintings have had a recurrent subject matter of driving for some time now, but these recent works have also become autobiographical. His newest body of work is influenced by years of travelling with his wife and dog on the highway back and forth between Halifax NS and Saint John NB. Drawing from memories of his personal experience, and by channeling some favourite music for inspiration, these paintings have become psychological self-portraits, where colour becomes transcendent and space melds into abstraction. While this work has a more personal sentiment than what he has made in the past, the appropriated song lyrics which he titled the works create a pop culture reference that frames the paintings into a conceptual narrative, giving a level of atmosphere to the work and inclusivity to the viewer.

Jack Bishop, Let me be your everlasting light” by Jack Bishop (2021) 30” x 40” Oil and acrylic on panel

Jack Bishop,I don’t really need to see, so I don’t need to see so I’ll paint, I don’t know I’ll paint it black I don’t really need to see, I don’t see how you see out of your window, well I don’t need to seeI’ll paint mine black” by Jack Bishop (2021) 20” x 20” Oil and acrylic on canvas

Jack Bishop, “Purple Rain” by Jack Bishop (2021) 30” x 40” Oil and acrylic on panel

Jack Bishop, “Love is a Place” (2021)16” x 20” Oil and acrylic on panel