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Art Gallery of Regina

An exhibition at the Art Gallery of Regina inhabits the space between science and myth. more

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"Anxieties," a group show that runs to Feb. 2 at the Art Gallery of Regina, considers everything from prairie gothic to colonialism. more

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The Sole Project honours 12 women who inspired or influenced Saskatchewan artists Judy Anderson, Sheila Nourse and Loretta Paoli. more

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Many arresting qualities enrich emerging Saskatchewan-based artist Brendan Schick’s recent oil paintings, not least a facility with depicting the rich highlights and shadows of crumpled and draped fabric. more

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Edie Marshall has had a long fascination with the history and varied ecologies of the Great Plains. As a painter, she has explored this familiar terrain in several serial bodies of work. more

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Zachari Logan presents recent work, including his "Specimen" drawings, which explore fantastical creatures using the languages of medieval illustrations of maladies and scientific illustrations of the 1800s. more

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Iris Hauser, "The Changeling", 2012

Photo: Zach Hauser

Saskatoon artist Iris Hauser has a regular stable of models she uses for figurative, narrative paintings that evoke art history, literature and fantasy. Ordinarily, Hauser chooses the models’ costumes and poses to create the right atmosphere. more

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Seen the cartoon where the Earth is sitting, worried? A doctor is diagnosing the planet: “I’m afraid you have a bad case – of humans.” Ecology is often thought of as the fatalistic realization that human progress has wrecked the Earth. more

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Comics in the gallery can be problematic — they’re essentially an art form meant to be handled and read. more

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Dan Donaldson’s fanciful large-scale portraits have their basis in real Life — Life Magazine, that 20th-century compendium of everything that ever happened in the world. more

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Regina artist Heather Cline says she’s more concerned with the incidental than the monumental. more

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Regina artist David Dreher confronts the contradictions that lie between human faith and human actions within the context of religion in this show of his recent work. more

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The title of Ian Rawlinson's exhibition is an allusion to Rembrandt that is too heavy a burden for these modest paintings to bear. The inflated association is a false lead that contaminates our appreciation of Rawlinson's work on its own merits. more

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