The Other Side of Colour

Newzones is pleased to announce The Other Side of Colour, a solo exhibition by Jonathan Forrest. The Other Side of Colour is the result of a six-month studio search. Seeking to develop ideas conceived in 2018, this new series displays heightened colour, created by successive, thin layers of dragged and pulled translucent

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Home Grown

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 16, 2019 Artists in attendance from 2-5pm Proud to be Albertan!  This exhibition illustrates the diversity and talent in our province.  Works by: William Duma, Robin Smith-Peck, Jim Stokes, Robert Lemay, Diana Zasadny, Brent Laycock, Phil Darrah, Joice M Hall, Laurie Steen, Ted Godwin, Dori-ann Steinberg,

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William Duma: Twilight & Nocturne / Rivers & Streams

Opening Reception: Saturday, Oct 26, 2019 Artist in attendance from 2-5PM; Live Jazz with Andrea Petrity This exhibition has a dual focus.  Having been taught at the Alberta College of Art by Illingworth Kerr and a subsequent long-time friend; Duma has been forever interested and drawn to the beauty and

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Saskatchewan Focus

Opening Reception: Saturday, October 5, 2019 So many incredible artists come from Saskatchewan or have developed a name while teaching there.  This exhibition celebrates and focuses on the incredible diversity and importance of these prairie artists.  Works by; Dorothy Knowles, Gregory Hardy, David Alexander, Kenneth Lochhead, Ted Godwin, & Ronald

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HAROLD TOWN – SIXTIES STYLE ICON

HAROLD TOWN: SIXTIES STYLE ICON Rare Showcase of Early 1960s Abstracts at the Christopher Cutts Gallery, October 19 to November 16, 2019 Some of the boldest, most important examples of Canadian abstract art are the focus of a new show, HAROLD TOWN: SIXTIES STYLE ICON, at Toronto’sChristopher Cutts Gallery. The

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Greg Curnoe “1962: Richmond Street Studio Paintings”

In May 1960, Greg Curnoe failed his final year at the Ontario College of Art and returned home to London, Ontario. Wanting to establish a proper artist studio, Curnoe rented a large 45 x 18 foot sky-lit space on the 3rd floor at 432 Richmond Street. Here, Curnoe began making

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Cônes et couronnes (Cones & Crowns) – Jean-Pierre Morin

It is with great pride that Galerie 3 is presenting Jean-Pierre Morin’s first art exhibition within its walls. Cônes et couronnes (Cones & Crowns) features a new series of formally complex and poetic sculptures. Following a specific protocol, the artist built his artwork from aluminum cubes. Their assembly generates skilful

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Land, Sea, and Sky Exhibition

Dorothy Knowles, Greg Hardy, Nathan Birch, and Terry Fenton September 5 to 25, 2019. Opening Reception with artists in attendance Terry Fenton and Nathan Birch: September 7 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Brent Jarvis, piano; Ross Mcdonald, bass Winchester Galleries is pleased to announce the Land, Sea, and Sky exhibition

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Milly Ristvedt – Problem and Solution

In “Problem and Solution”, an exhibition of new paintings at Oeno Gallery by Milly Ristvedt, the artist merges the brilliant threads of post-painterly abstraction she has pursued throughout her career. Her early alignment in the 1960s with both colour field and striking geometric lines and shapes has today become a

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Adad Hannah: Rodin Reworked | Meryl McMaster: Clin d’oeil to “As Immense as the Sky”

PFOAC is proud to present two exhibitions:  Adad Hannah : new works from his series “Rodin Reworked” . Meryl McMaster: four works from her celebrated series of “As Immense as the Sky” currently featured in Arles at the Rencontres photographiques.

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