Fortified by Kathryn Cronin and NB Collects 2018

Gallery 78 is proud to present award-winning silversmith Kathryn Cronin’s work in her solo exhibition, Fortified. Delving into a theme she explored during her Advanced Studio Practice at the NBCCD, she shows in her jewellery how life changes and continues to form, and one must overcome difficulties. In her words:

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Capturing Childhood

Uno Langmann Gallery presents an exhibition of children as the subjects of portraits and genre scenes. A variety of artists have replicated the innocence and exuberance of youth on canvas. Playing a game or helping their mother with house chores, these paintings provide a mirror into the radiant moments of

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Impressionist Brushstrokes

  By the early 20th century, many artists were familiar with the Impressionist movement. The goal was to capture the moment accurately with loose brushstrokes and atmospheric light. Interest in this style of painting led to the creation of more dynamic and bright artworks that stepped away from the rules

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RAE JOHNSON The City

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 8th, 2018, 2-6 pm Exhibition Runs: September 8th – October 13th, 2018

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Naturellement sophistiqués – Mathieu Valade

Naturellement sophistiqués is a collection of recent works representing the artist’s reflections on our ways of seeing and common interpretations of art history. Some works feature objects and photographs beneath frosted glass, revealing blurry shapes and colours without offering a clear idea of what is being presented to us. Another section

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Fortified and New Brunswick Collects

From September 7 to 23, Gallery 78 is proud to present Kathryn Cronin’s work in her first solo exhibition, Fortified. Delving into a theme she explored during the Advanced Studio Practice program at the NBCCD, she shows in her jewellery how life changes and continues to form her, and one

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Jean McEwen – Poèmes barbares

After completing a university degree in pharmacology, Jean McEwen (1923–1999) went on to work in that profession, but without any great enthusiasm. In the late 1940s he met Paul-Émile Borduas, who encouraged him to follow his true passion—painting—and in 1947 McEwen decided to devote all his energies to becoming a practitioner of

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Reminiscence

Reminiscence A group exhibition of paintings, photographs and mixed media work, exploring themes of materiality and memory. Featuring work by Osheen Harruthoonyan, Tina Tahir, Keijo Tapanainen, & Pedie Wolfond. Using hybrid, experimental darkroom techniques, Osheen Harruthoonyan traces his personal and ancestral relationship to the Armenian Genocides, rendering the fleetingness of

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David Alexander: A fifty year boots & brain journey in the land

Nov 3 – 21 David Alexander: A fifty year boots & brain journey in the land Opening reception: Nov 3 “I have never subscribed to a repeated echo or a fundamental assumption that painting is over, forgotten or a relic of the past. Contemporary landscape is flourishing in new ways

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