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Fall/Winter 2003 issue

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Galleries West

Vol 2 No 3    ISSN No. 1703-2806

Editor: Jennifer MacLeod

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"From the Outer Edges" features landscape paintings of three remote national parks by Whitehorse artist Jane Isakson. more

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This scholarly exhibition presents a range of stoneware and porcelain by nine West Coast potters whose lineage traces to the late Bernard Leach, a founder of the studio pottery movement in 20th century Britain. more

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A trip to Giverny, France, was life-altering for Robert Florian. It was during his visit to Claude Monet's garden that Florian decided to become a landscape painter. more

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It is clear that whenever Ted enters his studio, he is accompanied by a chorus of memories, voices and experiences from a long and storied career. more

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For Eltje Degenhart, retirement from teaching in 2001 has not only freed up time to paint but it has also allowed the artist's unique style to develop in a specific direction. more

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Since her early days growing up in a rural northwestern Alberta town, Audrey Pfannmuller has found art and design to be an important means of expression. more

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Moving from figurative work to painting intimate garden views is a natural new direction for Saskatoon artist Laureen Marchand. more

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When it comes to the West Coast of Canada and its rugged environment, Mark Seal feels at home. Raised in a family of fishers, Seal's relationship with nature began at an early age. more

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Known for his use of beautiful luminous cobalt blues, aquamarines and turquoise, Ken Wallace has been painting waterscapes and landscapes for the past three years. more

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Vancouver photographer Chris Gergley was born in Regina, Queen City of the prairies. Gergley records the everyday in a fantastic way. more

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Landscape has been an enduring theme in Jim Davies' 25 years of image making in Alberta. more

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Cherry Hood's portraits capture the beauty and vulnerability of the male adolescent. more

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Artists John and Joice Hall have a home with a spectacular view. On a sunny day, the sparkling water of Okanagan Lake is as vibrant as one of John's paintings. more

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Known for her lyrical use of colour, Deborah Worsfold creates canvases of exquisite depth and vibrancy. more

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Margaret Shelton took an intensity of vision and the formative influences available to her in the 1930s to become one of Alberta's most unique wood-cut and watercolour artists. more

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Neil Patterson is a decisive painter. Each landscape is an act of bold and generous expression in which colour is a liberating force. more

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Geoffrey Hunter explains, with a bemused smile, the title of his upcoming show: King Works. The fiefdom of his studio is where one thought rules - one concept, one process - he says. more

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Kathleen Lane is a formalist at heart. Her paintings are a lyrical fusion of colour, line and form. more

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Located at the intersection of art and science, new media art escapes convention. Here's a brief look at how Reva Stone, Paul Wong, Shelley Ouellet and Risa Horowitz are escaping the traditional boundaries of conventional art. more

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Isn't it romantic? They met at an art gallery, married in Paris, honeymooned in Italy, and then came home to Saskatoon to live and work together as partners in life and in art. more

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