Marisa Albanese – Apparent horizon

Marisa Albanese Apparent horizon 30 March 2019   Marisa Albanese was born in Naples Italy. After graduating from the Liceo Artistico Palizzi in Naples, and then from the painting program at the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples and later convocated from the Modern Literature program at the “Federico II”

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Kangiqsujuaq by Raymond Martin, Intimate Views by Bruno Bobak, and Still Life in Pastel by Joseph Plaskett

Immerse yourself in the deeply personal in three new exhibitions at Gallery 78. Travel to Kangiqsujuaq, Northern Québec, through colourful and intricate paintings, alongside the deft hand of celebrated New Brunswick artist Raymond Martin, and experience the mountainous and icy landscape, majestic gyrfalcons, and daily tasks of rod-fishing and mussel

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Gregory Hardy: Prairie Revisited

May 23 – June 22, 2019 Opening Reception: Thursday May 23, 7 – 9 pm Artist in attendance   “For the past number of years, the motif of Lac la Ronge has been the major source of my inspiration and interest in trying to evoke or capture a sense of

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The Curl – Andrea Mortson

For her newest exhibition at Galerie 3, Andrea Mortson presents a series of paintings entitled The Curl. The curl lifts the surface to reveal an alternate side, previously hidden but equal. The curl reminds us that it is impossible to represent the external world without simultaneously referring to an internal

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HOME – Kari Duke & Tom Gale

Kari Duke has been documenting the beautiful inconsistencies that are found in the alleys near her home in Edmonton for the past twenty years. Mother Nature and development have had their way in these older neighborhoods, but the heaves of time have not limited Kari’s ability to beautifully express the

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Christmas Salon

Bearclaw Gallery, Bugera Matheson Gallery, The Front Gallery and Scott Gallery are coming together for the holiday season with festivities and extended shopping hours. Please join us this evening from 5 – 8 pm. There will be music by the Robertson-Wesley carollers and catering by The Butler Did It at

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JEFF SYLVESTER – SUM OF ITS PARTS

Jeff Sylvester was born in Edmonton, Alberta where he currently lives and works. He was trained at the University of Grant MacEwan in graphic design and has been working in the art industry for the past twelve years. During that time he has exhibited his paintings in a number of

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Beyond Realism

The Front Gallery is proud to present a group exhibition featuring the work of David Hockney, Peter Blake, Edward Burtynsky, Sandro Chia, Antoni Tapies, Francesco Clemente, Andrew Salgado, Tony Scherman, David Bolduc, Blake Ward, Cynthia Fuhrer, Oksana Movchan, Craig Le Blanc, Dave Thomas, Jeff Sylvester, Angele Karosi, and Ira Hoffecker.

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Steve Mennie: Reasonable Facsimiles & Unintended Consequences

Exhibition Opening Reception: Saturday, may 4, 2019 from 2-5PM Artist in attendance; Artist talk at 3PM Steve Mennie is drawn both to realistic imagery and abstraction. The draw for each of these approaches in art is that of different/unique ways; one from a chosen and set subject (a recognizable/ believable

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MAIA STARK – New Works

Image: Familiar, gouache on panel, 8 x 8 inches   Join us Saturday 9 March from 2 to 5pm for the opening reception!   DARRELL BELL GALLERY 405-105 21st Street East – Canada Building Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada 306.955.5701 www.darrellbellgallery.com Hours: Wednesday to Saturday – 11:00am to 5:00pm

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