Mata Gallery is a curated venue promoting professional Saskatchewan artists including Heather M. Cline, David Garneau, Martha Cole, Anita Rocamora, Martin Tagseth, Rob Froese, Zane Wilcox and Melody Armstrong -- along with fine studio jewellery. The gallery is dedicated to relevant, passionate, thoughtful visual art as well as innovative use of materials and techniques.
106-2300 Broad St, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1Y8
Mentions in Galleries West
Zane Wilcox thinks of his work more as sculpture than ceramics. Looking at his stripped down, almost industrial clay pieces with their flat planes and sharp edges, it’s easy to see why.
Sep 7, 2015
Martin Tagseth presents recent pottery mostly utilitarian in nature, but sculptural in spirit. “It is not my intent to consciously direct viewers toward a specific aesthetic,” he says.
Sep 14, 2014
Chad Jacklin likes to play mad scientist in his Regina studio. The artist’s chosen medium, found art, makes a clear statement about consumerism, outmoded technology and junk.
Aug 31, 2008
It should not be surprising that, coming to art after receiving a degree in biology, Regina artist Marlo V. centres her new work around the body.
Aug 31, 2007
LYNN ANNE CECIL, "Spanish Secrets (secretos españolos)," Apr 1 - May 20, 2006, Mysteria Gallery, Regina
Wandering through the towns and villages of Spain, Lynn Anne Cecil was spellbound by the enclosed gardens, mysterious alleyways and hidden rooftop spaces.
Dec 31, 2005