John MacGregor is best known for his fascination with time, and specifically perceptions differ based on age, culture, and location. His obsession with time is driven by its ability to both guide us and imprison us. MacGregor’s abstractions have a similar effect as they are both enriching and disorienting.
His work has been reviewed and admired by Canadian art historian Joan Murray in “Painter as Time Traveler,” “Best in Contemporary Art,” and “Canadian Art in the 20th Century.” Additionally, he is represented in the collections of The National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, The Vancouver Art Gallery, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, and numerous other art institutions and corporations.
—Courtesy of Waddington's
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Private Collection, Toronto