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McIntyre Gallery

Eve Kotyk began as an abstract painter, under the influence of Otto Rogers and Robert Christie in the University of Saskatchewan Fine Arts program in the late 1980s, but eventually she felt a need to “seek something more human” in her art. more

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Transforming fabric into image, we see realistic scenes of the tilled and turned agriculturalized prairie landscape — from close-up images of soil and plants to panoramas that capture visual patterns left in stubble fields. more

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The latest exhibit by Martha Cole is a powerful examination of current struggles facing rural Saskatchewan. 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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The Saskatchewan praire is the context for Susan Unger's acrylic paintings, particularly the landscapes and farms around Lampman where the artist grew up. more

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