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Mary Joyce

Among the tools that Helen Gerritzen uses for her August exhibition of new works at the Society of Northern Alberta Print-artists Gallery (SNAP) are pairs of darkened, reflective 3’ x 4’ copper plates and a skeleton-like, white-painted tree branch. more

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"Sweet Immortality," curated by Art Gallery of Ontario photographer and filmmaker Michael Mitchell in collaboration with Maia-Mari Sutnik, associate curator of photography, is the banner exhibition for The Works this year. more

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By rejecting the Group of Seven “empty” landscape, George Webber’s soft, clean-lined serigraphs anticipate the interest of a much-later generation in the interaction of nature and culture. more

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Such is the attraction of British Columbia that an artist who holds a degree as a master dressmaker-designer from Hannover, Germany, and has worked for Yves Saint Laurent in Paris, makes her life in Nelson. more

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Douglas Haynes believes the Toledo Series is his “most important body of work, whether or not it’s the best.” more

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