Françoise Sullivan: Paintings 1980-2020

Françoise Sullivan first studied painting in the 1940s before joining the Automatiste group formed around Paul-Émile Borduas. But it was dance that would become her subject of creation during the first 30 years of her professional life. She then practiced sculpture throughout the 1960s, followed by photography, video and performance

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The Tea Series

If one is not already keeping a consistent mindfulness practice, many have started one these past few months. It is a way to calm the mind, inhabit stillness, and sometimes invite new dreams and ideas. While not outwardly labelling the activity as one of mindfulness, Stephen May engages in thoughtful

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Colorlust

A mid-career artist based in Moncton, with an impressive list of exhibitions, numerous art grants, international residencies, and publications to his name, Jared Betts debuts his newest line of work and palette, Colorlust. A painter of highly charged emotional abstract expressionism, Jared seeks to rethink the parameters of contemporary painting.

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Wild and Domestic

Multi-talented artists Michael McEwing and Anna Syperek join forces to present glimpses of Kennedy and Shae Lake, NB, and Antigonish, NS. Many of Michael’s pieces are the result of as 2019 residency with BiotaNB, a biological inventory project run by the NB Museum that involved collecting data and samples from

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GEORGE LITTLECHILD: THUNDERBIRDS, WARRIORS, & CHIEFS

GEORGE LITTLECHILD: THUNDERBIRDS, WARRIORS, & CHIEFS November 14 – December 31, 2020 Alcheringa Gallery is very pleased to present a new exhibition of senior Cree artist George Littlechild. The exhibition – Thunderbirds, Warriors, & Chiefs – includes over 24 new, recent, and first-release original artworks. Littlechild prolificly continues his four-decade-long exploration of his

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Phil Bergerson | Retrospective, In Search of Meaning

Exhibition Dates: November 14, 2020 – January 30, 2021 Phil Bergerson in attendance: Saturday, November 14, 2020, 11am-6pm Please use our online booking or call the gallery to schedule your visit. *The gallery is open by appointment from Tuesday to Saturday from 11am-5pm. To schedule a visit please use stephenbulgergallery.appointlet.com or call

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Abstraction to the Power of Four

In conjunction with Art Toronto ‘s 2020, virtual/live International Art Fair, VIVIANEART is proud to present “Abstraction to the Power of Four”, a group exhibition of works by four Canadian artists, each with their own distinct approach to Abstract painting: Serena Beaulieu, Sarah Nordean, Shawn Evans and Scott Everingham. Hailing

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Aron Hill – The Golden Fingers of Dawn

  “The sun is a central element of my work. It serves as the guiding light to the layers of experience translated onto canvas.   The paintings are primarily demonstrative of light and transparency, a stage for the painted object. Each element in my paintings can be seen on their own,

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Fiona Ackerman – Flowers for Rapunzel

  Drawing from historical scientific botanical illustration, Fiona Ackerman’s new series of paintings documents a fictionalized botanical world, one where the rules of art replace those of science, and the nature explored is obscured by fantasy. Originally from Montreal, Fiona Ackerman is a painter living and working in Vancouver, BC.

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Corri-Lynn Tetz: Soft Touch, October 9th – 31st, 2020

CORRI-LYNN TETZ SOFT TOUCH OCTOBER 9TH – 31ST RECEPTION: SATURDAY OCTOBER 31ST AT 2, 3 & 4PM *RSVP REQUIRED – DETAILS MAY CHANGE DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS* We are pleased to present Soft Touch, a solo exhibition by Corri-Lynn Tetz. Corri-Lynn first exhibited with us in Summer Forecast, a group show curated by Tatum

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