Ron Shuebrook: The Ron Effect celebrates the distinguished artist & educator, Ron Shuebrook, with a selection of small to large works dating from the 60s to present. Best know as an abstract painter who aligns his work with American late Modernists, Shuebrook’s career spans over half a century. He
Edwin Holgate, Cuisine du Labrador no. 1 (1930) Exhibition of new acquisitions of prints and historical paintings, including works by Rodolphe Duguay, Edwin Holgate, and Alex Colville.
This month we will be honouring the culture and heritage of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada, and we welcome you to stop by and observe their history through works of art. This exhibition will feature works by Canadian Indigenous and Non-Indigenous artists including Charlie James, John Innes, Thomas Harold Beament, Norman
Opening Reception June 7th from 5pm to 8pm with artist in attendance. This solo show will feature Sante Fe, NM based oil paint Peter Burega’s newest work. On display will be Peter’s large-scale, vibrant, and moving abstract landscapes. This will also be the first solo exhibition hosted for Peter at
Gallery 78 has a beautiful non-selling exhibition titled People and Places of New Brunswick: Molly Lamb Bobak and Bruno Bobak. It is a retrospective exhibition of these two nationally important and locally treasured artists. Visitors to the gallery have been so excited to view this spectacular selection of borrowed works
Don Russell Born in Newfoundland, Russell is a multidisciplinary artist of Acadian and Mi’kmaq heritage who is known for his masterful manipulation of materials such as wax, charcoal, and found pigments. His drawings, paintings, prints, and land art penetrate how we view nature with unparalleled insight. Runs from May 12th to June 10th.
Immersing oneself in the world of Jacques Hurtubise (1939–2014) is to embrace immersing oneself in exuberant colour. The exhibition 1963-1972, une décennie haute en couleurs brings together a dozen works on canvas and paper created over some ten years. This body of work was begun in the 1960s, undoubtedly the most dynamic decade in
Éliane Excoffier brings us Nightlife, a new exhibition comprising two separate groups of works: one featuring fourteen black-and-white nighttime photographs, and the other seven large photos in colour. The black-and-white images come from three game cameras placed in a wooded area. Excoffier set them up—initially, just out of curiosity—to learn more about the animal