Director’s Choice

Featuring work by Gordon Anderson, Matthew Carver, Drew Simpson and Richard Stipl

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Zones One and Two: New Alberta Landscapes

This double exhibition features the work of two artists: Michael Miller and Mitchell Fenton. Miller explores the landscape of the boreal and parkland forests, while Fenton depicts the Rocky Mountains and surrounding areas. Michael Miller is an Edmonton based painter who captures the diversity and beauty of Alberta’s parklands. His work has

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Dorothy Knowles

July 15th to August 24th, 2017 Opening reception: Saturday, July 15th, 2:00pm Dorothy Knowles, one of Canada’s most renowned landscape painters, celebrated her 90th Birthday in April. To commemorate this significant milestone in the life of such a truly great artist, we are delighted and honoured to present an exhibition

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Coast to Coast – Historical Art from Across Canada

Coast to Coast – Historical Art from Across Canada   July 15 – August 26, 2017 Opening July 15 from 1 – 4 pm Rumi Galleries is proud to present a selection of Historical Canadian paintings from across Canada in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday. Artists include A.J. Casson, Henri

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Jonathan Forrest – “Building Blocks of Colour”

Newzones is pleased to present “Building Blocks of Colour”, a solo exhibition by Jonathan Forrest. Part of the vibrant next generation of Saskatchewan’s abstract painters, Forrest’s boldly coloured acrylic paintings playfully reference post-war abstract painting. But instead of introspectively exploring the canvas, Forrest’s layered works lift from the surface, tactfully

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Yechel Gagnon – “Midwinter Thaw”

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 16, 2017: 2-4 P.M. Artist in Attendance. Gagnon’s visual language gained much of its syntax through working with plywood; the themes and techniques that are explored are diverse. Plywood can exemplify dualism of identity: a complex, industrially-produced material layered with ‘content’ from its natural, organic source.

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Rana Rochat – “Works on Paper”

Opening Reception: Saturday, October 28, 2017: 2 – 4 PM.   Newzones is pleased to present “Works on Paper”, a solo exhibition by Rana Rochat. Rochat maintains that narratives sacrifice intuition, gut feelings, and the profound experience of mystery that a painting has the potential to provide. In her new

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Brigitta Kocsis – Contingent Bodies

Brigitta Kocsis was born in Hungary. In 1988 she moved to the UK where she learned English in Brixton and after two years there, relocated to Montreal in 1990 to pursue her education at Concordia University Fine Arts. She received her BFA from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design

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Society of Canadian Artists (SCA) “O Canada – Our Home and Native Land”

Gallery 78 is honoured to present “O Canada – Our Home and Native Land”. The gallery was chosen to host this major national juried exhibition of the Society of Canadian Artists (SCA) celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday. This exhibition also commemorates the 60th anniversary of the SCA. There are 51 artworks

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SHAYNE GRAY ‘SCENES FROM CANADA’ CELEBRATING CANADA DAY AND CONFEDERATION 150

Opens Saturday June 24 in The Feature Gallery, Join us to meet Shayne, from 2 – 4 pm, Sat. June 24 We’re having some fun riffing on the concept of Canada Day and Confederation 150 with Shayne Gray’s creative photographs. Shayne’s images feature scenes from Toronto, other recognizable Canadian scenes

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