Reviews & Articles

Ingrid Mary Percy Award Artist for 34th Annual ArtsNL Arts Awards. “Every year, ArtsNL puts out a public call inviting artists from across the province to forward their proposal for the artwork that could be used at the event to award each of the honourees and winners. This year, the selected artist was Ingrid Percy. Percy created a new series of six serigraphs, each 22” x 30” on acid-free archival paper, which explores the theme of Flora in Newfoundland and Labrador. Percy hopes the artwork she creates “will symbolize Newfoundland and Labrador, serving as a celebration of place and the people who live here, who are rooted here, who grow, live, and die here.” Symbolically, Percy sees the artworks as “an acknowledgement of beauty and the importance of diversity and difference as well as being a metaphor for survival, resilience, regeneration, place, life, and beauty.” More info is available here: http://www.nlac.ca/news/20190607.htm” Video/ June 20, 2019.

PANEL: INSPIRED, BORROWED OR STOLEN? ART + APPROPRIATION. Is it homage, cultural appropriation, appropriation art, or copyright infringement? What are the differences and why does it matter? Moderated by Patrick McCallum with guest panelists Helga Pakasaar, Ingrid Mary Percy and Adrian Wright. Salt Spring Arts Council April 26, 2019.

New exhibition at Campbell River Art Gallery highlights women’s invisible labour. Campbell River Mirror review of exhibition SLOW TECHNOLOGY Emily Hermant, Kelsey Epp and Ingrid Mary Percy. March 8, 2019.

GRENFELL MATTERS: Corner Brook receives a gift by Ingrid Mary Percy. “Art collectors, George and Christiane Smyth, from Victoria, B.C., (traditional territory of the Songhees, Esquimalt, and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples), have donated 18, limited edition serigraph prints to the Grenfell Campus Art Gallery which is located on Ktaqmkuk, the traditional territory of the Mi’kmaq and Beothuk peoples.” The Western Star, July 17, 2018.

THE STRUGGLING [EXPLOITED] ARTIST. CARFAC National President Ingrid Mary Percy, Studio XX Representative Roxane Hallary and curator Amber Berson join together for a conversation on the importance of paying artists and the complications within unpaid internships in the arts. Concordia University Fine Arts Student Alliance. March 15, 2018.

Blossoms, Glitter and Silver Thaw. Portfolio Canada 150. A photoessay by Ingrid Mary Percy. “While in residence at The Wells House, Joe Batt’s Arm, Fogo Island, I walk every day near The Witch’s Foot..Along with the Inn (houses, rocks, trees, SUVs, sheds, and people) I am clinging to the earth.” Newfoundland Quarterly online. February 2018.

Is it Time to Rethink the Sobey Art Award’s Age Limit? by Ingrid Mary Percy / Canadian Art, October 18, 2017.

Ingrid Mary Percy announced as recipient of Fogo Island Research Fellowship. Ingrid Mary Percy​, School of Fine Arts, Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, was among five Memorial researchers that will take up residence on historic Fogo Island for month-long research retreats in 2016/17.

Island Fellows. A unique partnership between Memorial University and the Shorefast Foundation gives researchers the opportunity to create a work of artistic creation or write a significant manuscript. “These research fellowships are a good example of Memorial University’s outreach to rural places in the province,” said Gordon Slade, chair, Shorefast Foundation. Memorial University Gazette, April 7, 2017.

Featured artist (cover and inside photographs), Riddle Fence: A Journal of Arts & Culture, Issue #19, 2015. “Based in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Riddle Fence is a non-profit magazine of contemporary literature and artwork. We publish high-quality short fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and art from Newfoundland and Labrador, across Canada, and around the world.”

Article on the renovation of Canada House, home of the High Commission of Canada in the UK, in Trafalgar Square, London, UK by Ingrid Mary Percy / Canadian Art, March 18, 2015.

Humble paper, collectible art by Robert Amos / Time Colonist, February 22, 2015.

Ingrid Mary Percy – Phaze Five review by Debora Alanna / Exhibit-V, May 22, 2014.

Virtuoso Drawings and Pure Design by Robert Amos / Times Colonist, May 9, 2014.

Phaze Five at Polychrome Fine Art (video), Exhibit-V. 2014.

House Beautiful: Home decor as a fine art by Grania Litwin / Times Colonist, Oct. 31, 2013.

Translocal Ephemeral Cultural Appliqué at Noxious Sector Projects, Seattle, Washington, USA. “The world in which I exist is a collage of locations, time zones, social circles, and cultures, juxtaposed and glued together, yet to me, somehow still a cohesive singular. I am interested in connectivity: bringing things together and sharing these relationships with others” (Ingrid Mary Percy, Artist Statement). 2013.

Ingrid Mary Percy far-out (paintings) at UNIT/PITT Gallery. March 3 – April 1, 2000.