Alex Katz, "Girl 1", Coca Cola Girls, Exhibition at Newzones in Calgary, Canada

Alex Katz – “Coca-Cola Girls”

Newzones is excited to present “Coca-Cola Girls”, a solo exhibition by Alex Katz. “Coca-Cola Girls” is a suite of 9 limited edition silkscreen prints, based on the original, large-scale “Coca-Cola Girls” paintings executed in 2018, and exhibited at Timothy Taylor in London, England, in November and December Katz describes the

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Introducing Kristín Morthens and Alexander Rasmussen Opening Reception: Saturday, March 30th, 2-6pm Christopher Cutts Gallery is pleased to present Kristín Morthens and Alexander Rasmussen. An introductory exhibition of two outstanding emerging abstract painters. The gallery has had a longstanding tradition of exhibiting the best in Canadian non-objective painting. So I am

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Brian Harvey: “In Passing” Solo Exhibtion

Brian Harvey‘s highly anticipated solo exhibition opens Friday April 5th and runs until April 30th. The opening reception with the artist in attendance will also be on the 5th and it will run from 5 until 9pm. Admission is always free. IN PASSING is a body of work that attempts to ponder

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Jenna Faye Powell

Jenna Faye Powell “Overnight Wisdom”

Our middle gallery exhibition for the month of April features new works on paper by Jenna Faye Powell. Through the intricate work, Powell explores the role of fiction in our lives by treating perception as a form of artistic composition. “Overnight Wisdom” presents survivalist tableau’s, designed to pivot between the

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Hans Wendt

Hans Wendt “Fugere (et Irrumabo Inveniet)”

Our second solo exhibition for PEI artist Hans Wendt features 12 new trompe l’oeil still-life paintings that continue Wendt’s obsession with cut, ripped, torn and stacked paper samples. Wendt uses as his source material the paper colour swatches that art students use to study colour theory. He creates intricate compositions

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April 4 – 27, 2019 ELISSA CRISTALL GALLERY is pleased to present an exhibition by Vancouver artist and architect Grace Gordon-Collins. Grace has long sought out the thematic threads that run through the inner lives of her female subjects and in the past has explored universal issues relative to gender,

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3rd Generation Abstraction: Toronto Painting 1970s-1990s

3rd Generation Abstraction: Toronto Painting 1970s – 1990s at Oeno Gallery captures a watershed period in Canadian art through a selection of paintings by Milly Ristvedt, Paul Fournier and David Bolduc. Join Oeno Gallery for an opening reception on Saturday, April 6 from 3pm to 5 pm. Remarks at 4 pm. The

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Soft Obstacles Julie Beugin

Soft Obstacles

“Suspense in fiction is created through narrative obstacles, problems that create a kind of pleasurable delay in the resolution of a plot. In the exhibition Soft Obstacles, I create complications and obstacles in the reading of the painted surface. By abstracting from my photographic collages of spaces in the city,

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I Feel Real

VIVIANEART is pleased to present I Feel Real; a two-person exhibition featuring accomplished Canadian artists, Janet Werner and Sandra Meigs. A powerhouse pairing, this exhibition realizes the artists’ long-held desire to work together, each admiring the work of the other for its honesty and rigor. Enticed by the quirky combination

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Angela Snieder & Morgan Wedderspoon: Darkening Ground

Join us Saturday April 13th from 2-4 pm for the Opening Reception of Darkening Ground, a two-person exhibition by Angela Snieder & Morgan Wedderspoon.  April 13-27: Camera Obscura installation by Angela Snieder. Darkening Ground is an exhibition of print and installation works drawing from alternative lens-based processes. With ecological unease

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