Chuck Beamish’s professional practice as an artist has been informed by his work as an architect and designer. Having worked in Algonquin Park during his youth, Beamish has an ongoing passion of traveling and camping throughout the interior of the park and parts of Northern Ontario via canoe and ski. These scenes are depicted in plein air compositions, celebrating the landscape and its transitions through the seasons.


In his most recent practice, Beamish is looking to investigate the seams between painting, sculpture and architecture: to study the potential for three-dimensionality within painting that provides actual and implied spatial experiences. In turn, this work has influenced the way in which he views and depict the experience of being North. With a professional output focused on the act of making and influencing space, Beamish has designed and managed a variety of large scale construction projects across Ontario.


Chuck Beamish has a postsecondary education which includes a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Toronto; Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in New York; Masters of Business Administration from the University of Toronto, and a bachelor of Fine Art, Ontario College of Art & Design, (OCAD University).


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