Paul Sloggett graduated from the Ontario College of Art in 1973. His remarkable geometric abstractions were first exhibited at Hart House, University of Toronto in 1971. Since then, he has enjoyed a long and prestigious exhibition history, such as a 1977 exhibition alongside Canadian favourites Jack Bush, K.M. Graham, Charles Gagnon, David Bolduc and Jean Paul Lemieux at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Washington, D.C).
Most notably, Sloggett was included in Dr. Roald Nasgaard’s definitive text on Canadian Abstraction, “Abstract Painting in Canada.” He has been the recipient of several Canadian & Ontario Arts Council grants and awards, and is a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.
His work has been exhibited across Canada, as well as in China, Germany, Italy and the United States, and is included in numerous collections, including the Art Gallery of Alberta, the Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario) and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Ontario).
—Courtesy of Waddington's
Signature: Signed, titled and dated 1975 on the reverse
Ontario Now: A Survey of Contemporary Art, Kitchener/Waterloo Art Gallery and Art Gallery of Hamilton, 8 January - 29 February, 1976
David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
Private Collection, Toronto