Category Archives for exhibitions
Two new pieces will be shown at the Illingworth Kerr Gallery in an exhibition curated by Diana Sherlock… In the making, a group exhibition of Alberta College of Art + Design alumni, investigates conceptual intersections between contemporary craft and emerging … Continue reading
This exhibition is a groundbreaking inquiry into Japanese influences in the early years of the Cape Dorset print studio, the oldest and most successful printmaking enterprise in Canada’s Far North. The exhibition also focuses particular attention on the late … Continue reading
Habitâmes is the title of a new work by Natalie Lauchlan on view in the Marion Nicoll Gallery +15 window space at the Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts throughout June and July. Join the artist for a reception at … Continue reading
Jolie Bird‘s MFA Thesis show Extended Long Play is at the Anna Leonowens Gallery in Halifax for only a couple more days. By wrapping ordinary consumer objects with thin, mercerized cotton thread, I am creating a fictitious testament of the … Continue reading
This past weekend I attended the opening of The News From Here: The 2013 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art at the AGA in Edmonton. According to guest-curator Nancy Tousley, Alberta artists, working in the second decade of the 21st century, … Continue reading
Visual artist Ann Hamilton combines the ephemeral presence of time with the material tactility for which she is best known to create a new large-scale installation for the Wade Thompson Drill Hall. Commissioned by the Armory, the event of a thread references … Continue reading
My work is informed by an exploration of my own identity as a first generation Canadian of Polish ancestry, an ancestry that has been overshadowed by my father’s WWII experience. As with many war veterans’ offspring: the second generation of … Continue reading
The annual faculty exhibition at ACAD opens this Thursday November 15 and runs until December 8. Join me for the opening reception after 5 pm. I have not been posting a lot lately. Happily this is due to getting some … Continue reading
Folly: Château Mathieu opens later this month at the Esplanade Art Gallery in Medicine Hat. In the summer of 2009, Alberta artists M.N. Hutchinson, Walter May, Gloria Mok, Greg Payce, Laura Vickerson and visual arts writer/curator Diana Sherlock received a … Continue reading
Ehryn Torrell‘s exhibition Self Similar opens this Friday at St. Mary’s University Art Gallery In her solo exhibition, Self-Similar, Ehryn Torrell’s large paintings and drawings incorporate visual elements of collapsed and derelict structures, and of remembered cityscapes. Using the lens of the … Continue reading
Bill Morton’s exhibition Tinctorium is at Stride Gallery until October 19, 2012.
Bill Morton’s exhibition Tinctorium opens tomorrow night at 8 pm at Stride Gallery in Calgary, Alberta and runs until October 19, 2012. I feel privileged to have contributed a text for this exhibition of work by my friend and mentor Bill Morton. Bill … Continue reading
THE MUMMERS PARTY combines theatrical staging with sculptural knitted installation in an invested exploration of cultural identity, folklore and craft practice. Referring to the traditional folk practice of mumming, a lively and often drunken affair made popular in Newfoundland & … Continue reading
Last week I had the opportunity to take a few shots of Bill Morton at work on a new piece for his upcoming exhibtion Tinctorium, opening September 7 at Stride Gallery in Calgary. The exhibition will feature several new works … Continue reading
To learn more about the Papergirl Project HERE. See some of the fantastic submissions from Canada and around the world in the exhibition HERE.