(Crania) 1 and (Crania) 2. Recent creations from St. Thomas associate professor Robin Peck.
Robin Peck, an associate professor at St. Thomas, has established an international reputation as a sculptor and art writer. He received his MFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and later studied Art History at UBC. He has exhibited and published extensively over the last 40 years. His work is included in many public collections including the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Glenbow Museum, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, and the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards.

His recent solo exhibitions include the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver (2007) and Diaz Contemporary in Toronto (2010). His recent group exhibitions include Enacting Abstraction at the Vancouver Art Gallery (2009, Curator Daina Augaitis)), Material World at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (2010, Curator David Diviney) and Dreams of Order at the Edge of Chaos: Contemporary Geometric Abstraction (Curator Terry Graff) at the Beaverbrook Art gallery.

He has taught sculpture, art history and criticism in various universities and colleges including The Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, The Emily Carr College of Art and Design, and the Alberta College of Art and Design. His book, Sculpture, A Journey to the Circumference of the Earth was published in 2004.

The exhibition will continue until September 15.