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Ann Rallison’s printmaking turns a corner this spring with her show, "Fifty," at Winnipeg’s Gallery Lacosse. more

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In Sarah Crawley’s newest body of work, mentis prehensio, she continues to “address the imperfection of memory, the notion of a collective memory, memory as it relates to generation, history and ritual… physical memory and its impact on identity.” more

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One of Winnipeg’s most widely recognized artists, Bruce Head, RCA, is perhaps best known for his commissioned circular concrete wall in the underground concourse at Portage and Main. more

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"A News Millennium: A Year in Pictures" presents US artist Kurt Webb’s woodblock prints. The prints commemorate weird and disturbing international news stories, collected one a day between January 1 and September 11, 2001. more

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Shaun Morin’s show, "Klusters," promises an intriguing look into this prolific Winnipeg painter’s latest work. more

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Thinly layered strokes of colour applied in deep rich tints work to dissolve tree and landscape as the eye tries to focus on Connie Geerts’ recent work. Unable to do so, one becomes aware of a rich inner glow emanating from these acrylic works. more

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Developing complex aquatint and etched prints displaying her brilliant use of intense colour and finely detailed work, the late Cape Dorset artist Sheojuk Etidlooie (1932-1999) built a solid following of collectors. more

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Randolph T. Parker grew up in Huntsville, Ontario, and currently lives and works on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. more

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Robert Wilson found his calling in turning wood that is still wet with life. more

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Tim Schouten’s intense appreciation for his surroundings is evident. Recently, he has been influenced by the view from his studio on the farm he shares with his wife in Anola, Manitoba. more

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Brigitte Dion’s paintings capture a quality of light familiar to most prairie residents. Vistas shift between city, forest and prairie, offering angles of low-slung prairie buildings and inner city high rises, mixed with unadorned prairie landscape. more

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Winnipeg’s mid-summer sun is the perfect foil for the dense colour and line found in Deborah Danelley’s mixed media collages. more

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Tom Sutton-Smith’s dynamic personality is reflected in the vibrant colours that bring vitality to his portraits, still lifes and prairie-scapes. Whether rendered in oil, acrylic or watercolour, luscious colours are central to his compositions. more

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Camille Iquliq’s softly rounded sculptures often take as subject matter the relationship between mother and child and other family relations. more

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Incorporating the advanced technology of bubble jet printing with the ancient technique of screen-printing, E. J. (Ted) Howorth creates lush images with an implied but non-directive narrative. more

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