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Jarvis Hall Gallery

Marigold Santos rejects the notion that women’s emotions are a sign of weakness and uses severed bodies as a metaphor for the power to reinvent oneself. more

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An artist from Winnipeg explores back-breaking labour in the B.C. forest and the California desert. more

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"Weird Woman," a group exhibition at Jarvis Hall Gallery in Calgary, evokes a romantic, defiant and otherworldly feel. more

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Corri-Lynn Tetz offers art made in three countries in "Diviners," a Calgary exhibition that brings together nature, nudes and spiritual communion. more

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Most of us don’t give much thought to the frames that cradle paintings. They are, as Calgary framer Jarvis Hall observes, the “unsung hero we don’t notice” in our headlong rush to feast our eyes on the picture, the real star of the show. more

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David Foxcroft’s paintings are such riotous combinations of colour and form it seems they should fall apart visually. more

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Longtime painter Marianne Gerlinger has exhibited throughout Alberta and as far away as Slovenia. Before living in Calgary, she lived in Florida. When lining up her latest paintings, she noticed that they seemed to suggest passageways. more

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With new work this summer in Calgary and Massachusetts, John Will is making very much ado about Nothing. more

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Looking for an organic object that encompasses the idea of movement, flux, and continuity, it’s no surprise that Mark Dicey settled on the river as a source of inspiration for "River Tour", this latest series of paintings at Jarvis Hall Fine Art. more

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