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Robert Jekyll

Since the mid-70s Robert Jekyll has been closely associated with the development of stained glass in Canada. In 1974 he was founding president of a national association of stained glass artists. Jekyll’s work has been included in exhibitions across the country and is represented in major collections. He have been connected with craft, visual art and design movements serving on the boards of the Ontario Crafts Council, Visual Arts Ontario, Design Exchange and the Canadian Crafts Federation. As an officer of the Ontario Arts Council he developed and managed its Design Arts Program. In 2010 Jekyll was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

Kinetic Spectrum, Eaton Centre, Toronto, ON, 1987.

A 62 foot steel structure located outside of and identifying the main entrance to the Eaton Centre,Toronto, containing 54 specially shaped aluminum aerofoils configured to rotate in the wind and painted in spectrum colours. Designed by Robert Jekyll and Karl Schantz. Fabricated by Swingstage Corporation, Toronto.

Spectral Arch, Calgary Centre for the Performing Arts, Calgary, AB, 1985.

Centennial Project, Humberside Collegiate Institute, Toronto, ON, 1992.

Patterns of Giving Nos 1 and 2 Canadian Music Centre, Toronto, ON, 1985.

Memorial Staircase Windows, Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, ON, 1981.

Intervals #1, Stained Glass, 1979. Indusmin Collection, On Loan from Unimin Canada Ltd.

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