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Lorne Roberts

Stephen Waddell, "Mouth," 2015

Courtesy of the Artist and Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver

For Vancouver-based photographer Stephen Waddell, the line between fiction and reality in art can be a blurry one. more

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Cut-and-paste as an artistic strategy has been around since artists like Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque and Marcel Duchamp began including mass-produced goods such as newspapers, bicycle handlebars – and even the famous urinal – in works of ‘high’ art more

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Vancouver-based artist Geoffrey Farmer welcomes viewers into the gallery with a yellow Post-it note stuck to the wall, and a simple message scrawled in pencil: "It's not the work, it's the worker." more

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The recent creative history of Winnipeg brings up a number of successful artists influenced by Dadaists, graffiti art, and outsider artists like Henry Darger. more

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Heidi Hunter, an established fibre artist who works out of her studio in rural Manitoba, has little patience for the distinctions some might try to draw between art and craft. more

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Yoshino’s works are a fun and trippy journey through imaginary landscapes, where human and organic shapes float in empty space, all blending into a swirling, seamless whole. more

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There is an active, lively quality to the works, though, splashes of colour that suggest he’s as interested in capturing the mood of the land as the look of it. more

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Contemporary Art Draws a Crowd in Yorkton, Saskatchewan more

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"I think the general public tends to like my paintings and the art world tends not to like them. And the art world likes the installations while the general public is perhaps mystified by them." more

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In his first solo show at Ken Segal Gallery, Winnipeg-based artist Douglas Smith looks at the almost mind-boggling precision behind movement and travel in the global age, and interprets it through the realm of fine art. more

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Over a long career, Brent Laycock’s paintings have appeared on two Canadian postage stamps and the cover of Reader’s Digest, and been presented to the queen of Denmark. more

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Since at least 1981, Cliff Eyland has been working in tiny, file-card sized paintings, mostly on board. more

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