Oct
19
to Nov 25

Zachari Logan ~ A Strange Cultivation

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 19, 5-8PM

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Mel Bolen and Karen Holden ~ Vessels and Vistas
Feb
16
to Mar 18

Mel Bolen and Karen Holden ~ Vessels and Vistas

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Brendan Schick ~ Formnessless
Jan
12
to Feb 11

Brendan Schick ~ Formnessless

Brendan Schick, Theotokos, oil on canvas, 32 x 16, 2016

Brendan Schick, Theotokos, oil on canvas, 32 x 16, 2016

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Troy Coulterman ~ Oddities
Nov
10
to Dec 3

Troy Coulterman ~ Oddities

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Victor Cicansky ~ The Edible Landscape
Oct
6
to Nov 5

Victor Cicansky ~ The Edible Landscape

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Bead Speak
Sep
1
to Oct 1

Bead Speak

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 1, 2016 5 - 8 PM

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Wood: Surface + Form
Jun
23
to Jul 23

Wood: Surface + Form

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 23, 2016 5 pm to 8 pm
Meet the Artists Reception: Friday, July 22, 2016 4 pm to 6 pm

Celebrating the medium of wood this exhibition highlights the work of Slate artists Michael Hosaluk, Kyle Herranen and Brian Gladwell along side international artists David Ellsworth, J.Paul Fennell, Kristin LeVier. This exhibition is held in cooperation with the South Saskatchewan Woodturners Guild, a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners. 

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Fish Story: In Remembrance of Jack Cowin
May
19
to Jun 18

Fish Story: In Remembrance of Jack Cowin

Opening Reception, Thursday, May 19, 2016 5 pm to 8 pm

Join us to honour the artwork and legacy of Jack Cowin who suddenly and sadly passed away in September 2014. As one of Saskatchewan's most prolific, successful and widely exhibited artists Jack's artwork can be viewed as part of the traditional, historical wildlife genre however the aesthetic and technical level of his practice went beyond the limits of these definitions. He worked endlessly with his chosen subjects to evoke artwork that is full of the respect and love he held for our natural environment.  As a leader of the University of Regina printmaking department for over 40 years Jack Cowin influenced many artists. His encouragement of students to cultivate their skills to the high standards of which they were capable and his support of their endeavours has made long lasting impressions on the art world. Jack's work is highly collected both in Canada and the United States and is in more than 50 public and corporate collections, including the Prime Minister’s office and the National Gallery of Canada, as well as hundreds of private collections.

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Russell Yuristy LXXX
Apr
14
to May 14

Russell Yuristy LXXX

Celebrating his 80th birthday this spring with his exhibition LXXX, Russell Yuristy continues his active career and his ever expanding art practice. Featuring a variety of work, new and iconic, this exhibition highlights his strong aesthetic and remind us of his tender and impassioned approach to depicting nature.
Yuristy uses varied methods and mediums to create artwork which exudes a rawness informed by his Prairie farm upbringing. His connection to and understanding of our natural world has resulted in an aesthetic that is as organic and informal as his subject matter. Rendering flora and fauna through wood blocked inks or bold strokes of pastels Yursity’s artwork is teeming with pure creative impulses. As he digs deep into his composition to draw out the image within, often using sharp tools and paper cutouts, the depth and dimension achieved effects in an invitation to enter the milieu he’s created. Abstracted, informal and instinctive,Yuristy’s art work reflects his approach to art making and mirrors his enthusiasm and desire to share the beauty of our agrarian environment.

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Vera Saltzman ~ Cry of the Lake Dwellers
Mar
10
to Apr 10

Vera Saltzman ~ Cry of the Lake Dwellers

Using fish that had washed up dead on the shores of Echo Lake, Saskatchewn, Saltzman has created a series of powerful and colourful imagery that draws attention to the destruction of our natural enviroments.
“When hundreds of fish washed onto our lake shores it served as a visual signal of the effects humans have on the earth’s delicate web of life…Each photograph marks the loss of these fish, the Lake Dwellers, and carries with it their cries, a reminder of the ongoing need for awareness, education and continued efforts to change our destructive ways.” – Vera Saltzman

This exhibition is held in conjunction with the Saskatchewan Prairie Light Photography Festival 2016.

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Jody Greenman-Barber ~ Sensory Space
Jan
15
to Feb 6

Jody Greenman-Barber ~ Sensory Space

Sensory Space is an exhibition of 34 ceramic sculptures inspired by the sensation of dance improvisation. These sculptures are not literal representations of dancing figures, but are sculptural abstractions that record and convey the essential feeling of embodied sensations in forms that derive from pottery concepts and methodologies. Each work is constructed to simulate movement of the body in an expressive gestural composition.

an MFA Exhibition from the University of Regina

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