Working within a long tradition of landscape painting in Canada, David T. Alexander, Gregory Hardy and Andrew Rucklidge each bring distinct perspectives to the experience and representation of our country’s outdoor environments. The works in this group exhibition span from craggy cliffs and reflective lakes of British Columbia to rural Saskatchewan skies to utopian mountainous landscapes recovering from over taxation.
Join us Saturday, December 1st from 2 – 4 pm for the Opening Reception of Linda Lindemann’s exhibition I Arrive in the Middle. (Artist in attendance) Known for her paintings of rural Alberta scenes, often featuring red barns, Lindemann’s latest show at Peter Robertson Gallery takes her eye to mountainous wonders.
Robert Davidovitz Freshly Squeezed October 25 – November 25, 2018 Opening Reception: Saturday, November 3, 2-5pm Foregoing the paintbrush for a piping bag, Robert Davidovitz crafts elegant abstract linear compositions using multi-coloured strands of extruded paint. His process-based approach expands and reimagines how we define the act of painting.
PAINTING THE LANDSCAPE – Nicki Ault, Darrell Bell, Craig Erickson, Greg Hargarten, Jacqueline Faye Miller, David Thauberger, & Cheryl Tuck-Tallon
Image: Quiet Inferno, Nicki Ault, oil on canvas, 45 x 45 inches Join us Thursday 18 October from 5 to 8pm 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
YAMAMOTO MASAO Microcosms Macrocosms Opening Reception: Saturday October 20, 2-5pm Guided Tour of the Exhibition with Yamamoto Masao: Saturday, October 20, 3pm Exhibition Dates: October 20 – November 17, 2018 Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present “Microcosms Macrocosms”, the first Canadian exhibition of work by the acclaimed artist Yamamoto
Water, water everywhere! Watershed by James Wilson explores with quiet, astute reflection, the tributaries, floodplains, marshes and tidal effect of the vast all encompassing St. John River watershed through his camera lens and discerning eye. The Art of Water is a further journey into the facets of water from brilliant
Featuring Oksana Movchan and Craig Le Blanc, two artists that are new to The Front Gallery. Craig will be showing several of his shields; known as an escutcheon in heraldry. Historically, the escutcheon of a family or a regiment displayed the loyalties of knights and noblemen. Derived from combat armour,