During the industrial revolution, artists strayed from natural subject matters and traditional techniques with a higher interest to the aesthetics of structures and city life. It was due to the shift of interest, that the movement of impressionism was introduced, where bold colours and pronounced brushstrokes brought a new view
OPENING RECEPTION: August 24, 2017, 7PM – 9PM CURATOR’S TALK: August 26, 2017, 2PM – 3PM Katherine Simunkovic is a student studying at Grant MacEwan University. She is majoring in History and Anthropology and is on a path that will lead into curatorial work following a Masters in History.
Join us this August for our group exhibition, featuring work by Virginia Mak. Fostered through a deep-rooted fascination with fictional characters, Virginia Mak infuses her photographic work with poetic references to icons from classic literature, folklore and mythology. By staging scenarios around illustrious story lines and characters, Mak aims to visually
FEATURING WORK BY ERIN O’KEEFE, FEI DISBROW AND VISHAL MARAPON Opening reception: Saturday, July 15, 2-4pm Exhibition dates: July 15 – August 19, 2017. Gallery Jones presents Flat-ish, an exhibition of new works by Erin O’Keefe, Fei Disbrow, and Vishal Marapon in conjunction with the Fifth Annual Flats Block Party.
Galerie D’Este is pleased to present Cosmologie des chambres from Quebec based artist Annie Baillargeon. In this exhibition, the artist creates tension when she deliberately infuses two different types of spaces to challenge our way of living in them. Not only does her practice integrate performance, photography and painting, it also
Winchester Galleries announces a very special exhibition of work by British Columbia painter Toni Onley. For the first time, the artist’s daughter has given permission for a number of watercolours and panel paintings to be sold from her private reserve. Also included will be watercolours, a magnificent oil painting of
VICTORIA – Winchester Galleries presents a spectacular exhibition in celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial year. In 150 years, artists across this country have persisted against politics, ideologies, and personal hardship to create an important canon of work that essentially reflects this place and their time here. Winchester Galleries will bring forth