Anda Kubis, "Sky", 2018, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 48 in. - Newzones Gallery, Calgary

Anda Kubis – “Vivid”

In Vivid, a new exhibition of paintings by Anda Kubis, colourful forms bounce, collide, coalesce, and stretch across the canvas. Feeling like suspended moments that are temporarily captured in time, these paintings portray images that betray their  production. Painstakingly finessed and layered, the intensity of the colour is produced through

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Samantha Walrod, "Wolf Stalking", 2018, Mixed Media on Panel, 60 x 48 in. - Newzones Gallery, Calgary

Samantha Walrod – “The Still Season”

Samantha Walrod’s new series “The Still Season” is a reflection on the beauty and the impermanence of life. The subjects in Walrod’s paintings are still, and yet they look as if they are ready to move out of view or change in some way: bears and wolves are on the

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Bradley Harms, "Geo Stripe (Range 2)", 2018, Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 24 in. - Newzones Gallery, Calgary

Bradley Harms – “Countdown to Infinity”

In this new series “Countdown to Infinity”, Bradley Harms deviates from the formal qualities and procedural rigour embedded in other parts of his painting practice to allow for impulse and improvisation to take over – to a place where freedom is paramount and both light and colour become subject matter.

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A Tribute to Colour

A Tribute to Colour

Our February exhibition celebrates colour through the paintings of Jonathan Forrest, William Perehudoff and Hans Wendt. It can be argued that colour is one of the most important elements in a work of art.  There are so many different aspects to colour (the hue, intensity, value, shape), the way that

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G’ddy Up!

Newzones is pleased to announce the return of the annual group exhibition, “G’ddy Up!” which coincides with the Calgary Stampede! “G’ddy Up!” will display artworks by artists who seek to explore the contemporary cowboy culture as well as those who implement aspects of this culture in formal exploration through painting,

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Sunscreen

Newzones is pleased to announce the return of our annual summer group exhibition, “Sunscreen”. This exhibition is like a carousel of sorts – constantly rotating! Newzones is excited to showcase various types of artwork including paintings, photographs and sculpture. This stimulating exhibition is sure to delight the senses, and all

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‘Garden Party’ by Emily Filler

Newzones is pleased to present “Garden Party”, a solo exhibition by Emily Filler. Toronto-based artist Emily Filler weaves together painting, printmaking and photography in her ‘painterly collages’. Featuring a new series of works on canvas and paper, ‘Garden Party’ brings together panels of color, meticulous patterning and floral elements. Dense

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‘Spectrum’ by Marie Lannoo

Newzones is pleased to present “Spectrum”, a solo exhibition by Marie Lannoo. Through the series “Spectrum”, Marie Lannoo uses the language of color to accumulate, connect, combine, transform, and interact. By breaking down each hue into incremental parts of increasing intensity and then layering each part over others, different iterations

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An evening with Photographer Arnold Zageris

Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts is pleased to present an evening with artist Arnold Zageris February 8, 2018 – 5:00-7:00 pm (Artist talk at 6:00 pm) Light refreshments will be served RSVP: info@mrfinearts.com Equipped with a 35 mm digital camera and an old 4 x 5 inch view camera, Arnold Zageris will

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Ole Ring

Representing Rural Life

Portrayal of the working class at the end of the nineteenth-century continued to be designated as avant-garde as artists’ depicted daily labour in a manner which was captivating rather than subservient.  Artists sought to portray the beauty of daily tasks of the lower class by depicting them as the independent

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