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  Angus Mark Bungay



August 28th 1965, Aldershot, England.


1980 - 1982 Yeovil College School of Art

1982 - 1985 Coventry Lanchester Polytechnic

BA. Honours in Fine Art.

Selected Exhibitions:

OPEN TO SUGGESTIONS 2004 Lehmann Leskiw & Schedler Fine Arts, Toronto, Ont.

OPPOSITES ATTRACT 2004 Comox Valley Art Gallery, Courtenay B.C.

MISFITS 2004 The Conehouse, Vancouver, B.C. Canada

HEAD GAMES 2001 Third Avenue Gallery, Vancouver, B.C. Canada

OPPOSITES ATTRACT 1999 Sunshine Coast Art Gallery, Gibsons, B.C. Canada

AT ARMS LENGTH 1999 Third Avenue Gallery, Vancouver, B.C. Canada

HEADS 1998 Augen Gallery, Portland, Oregon. USA

LEATHERED HEADS 1997 Third Avenue Gallery, Vancouver B.C. Canada.

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY 1996 Third Avenue Gallery, Vancouver B.C. Canada.

SOMEWHERE BETWEEN MADMAN AND SAINT 1996 Sacred Heart Tattoo, Vancouver B.C. Canada.

Group Exhibitions:

2004 ART KAR electrik, Vancouver, B.C. Canada

2004 First 25 years, Sunshine Coast Arts Center, Gibsons, B.C.

2004 Cheaper Than a One Night Stand, Fractured Industries @ The Elliot Louis Gallery, Van. B.C., B.C. Canada

2003 Artropolis, Vancouver B.C. Canada

2002 Visual Vitality, Gibsons, B.C. Canada

1999 Critical Mass Art Gallery, 100 mile House, B.C.

1999 Simon Patrick Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.

1998 Comox Valley Art Gallery, Courtenay B.C.

1993 Buchlen - Mowatt Fine Arts, Vancouver B.C.

1986 Whitefriars, Coventry England.

1985 Coventry Polytechnic, Coventry England.


'Angus Bungay'

by Ed Varney

Espace 64 Sculpture (Summer 2003)

'Angus Bungay at Third Avenue Gallery'

by Paula Gustafson

World Sculpture News (volume 5 number 4) Autumn 1999

'Shows theme's ambiguity, not violence'

by Mary Frances Hill

The Westender, Vancouver B.C.  July 1999

'Beauty and Angst at the CVAG'

by Donna Mattila

section taken from an article in The Voice by Donna Mattila. Third Avenue Gallery group show at the Comox Valley Public Gallery, March 1998.

'Disturbing Images'

by Paula Gustafson

November 1996, Out in the City.

'Somewhere between Madman and Saint'

by Ed Varney



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