Sloan’s large format abstract paintings for his exhibition Juice explore natural spaces and forms. Assembled elements of topography and drawn forms, combine in pictorial space to create unique visual environments.
Studio 21 has represented Sloan for four years, since his graduation from NSCAD University. During that time, Jimy’s painting practice has been migrating from figuration to abstraction, involving space and openness where he once emphasized form with layers of overpainting. The clarity of his colour palette and his graphic, undulating mark-making has huge appeal. He now lives and works in Prospect, Nova Scotia.