Selected Works by Jean Soucy

Jean Soucy, Nature morte (c. 1941) After thirty years of successful career as a draftsman, painter and art teacher, Jean Soucy puts an end to his artistic work when he is nominated in June 1967 as Head of the Musée du Québec (today, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec). Less

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New Acquisitions of Canadian Historical Works

John Little, Place Royale, St. Paul Street, Montreal (1961) Exhibition of new acquisitions of historical works, including works by John Little, Marc-Aurèle Fortin, Alfred Pellan, Fritz Brandtner, Jean Dallaire, René Richard, Jacques de Tonnancour, Lise Gervais, Fernand Leduc, Philip Surrey, Miyuki Tanobe, and Claude Le Sauteur.

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Glenn Priestley: Paintings & Drawings

Glenn Priestley has built his reputation working with the figure in the realist tradition. We invite you to take a glimpse into, and to feel the gentle rhythm of, Glenn’s pictorial world. “The invitation to roam around imaginatively in a Priestley picture, to be involved in the story and drama

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John McEwen – A Passing Gust of Wind

John McEwen – A Passing Gust of Wind   The Olga Korper Gallery presents “A Passing Gust of Wind”, new works by John McEwen on view now until September 30th. The artist will be in attendance for the formal opening on Saturday, September 9th from 2-5pm. Constellations today live primarily

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Phil Irish Peak Velocity

Phil Irish Peak Velocity Exhibition dates: September 6 – October 6, 2017 Opening Reception: September 9, 2-5pm Mountain peaks and explosive colours in Irish’s painted aluminum constructions reveal tensions between the natural abundance of the Albertan landscape and the pursuit of fossil fuels. Irish’s frenetic and contemplative sculptural compositions are

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Colleen Philippi – “Beautiful Mess”

Newzones is excited to celebrate its 25th anniversary with “Beautiful Mess”, a solo exhibition by Calgary based artist Colleen Philippi. Philippi’s artwork immediately captures the attention of the viewer. A sense of existential mysticism comes from her highly creative and personal visual vocabulary. Assembling visual building blocks (partial and full letters,

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Larry Towell: Union Station

Exhibition Dates: September 9 – October 14, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday, September 9, 2-5pm The Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present “Union Station” our eighth solo exhibition of work by the world-renown Canadian photojournalist Larry Towell, and our inaugural exhibition at the gallery’s new location which will open to

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Colonization of the West

The migration and settlement of the English in North America in the 17th to19th centuries was marked by noticeable shifts in power, the discovery of important resources, and the struggle for survival in a harsh climate. These elements, and the series of events they led to, left a lasting impression

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Destination: The Great White North

Artists across the vast nation of Canada have created a National identity based on the overwhelming influence of the natural surroundings and recognizable locations. In the 19th and early 20th century artists reflected this theme throughout each diverse region of the country, thus creating a distinct identity to present to

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