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Nouveau Gallery

Regina artist Anne Brochu Lambert, a former French-language journalist, creates semi-abstract landscapes that evoke metaphors both personal and universal. more

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Regina-based sculptor and installation artist Kyle Herranen credits his parents’ hobbies of woodworking and sewing for his unusual mix of media — cotton fabric and wood. more

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The latest work by Regina-based artist Lorne Beug is a dreamy glimpse into a modern take on 18th and 19th century decorative wallpaper and panels. more

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“Attacking”, as he puts it, large sheets of plywood with wood carving tools, Ottawa artist Russell Yuristy creates large-scale black and white prints with an expressive directness that resembles his gestural paintings. more

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With the bison already familiar to us within First Nations’ artistic practices both past and present, we are forced to ask not if this symbol can still be deployed, but how it can remain meaningful within the array of artistic discourse. more

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For Jane Zednik, the fantastic, often surreal images she puts on canvas represent an inner reality she’s mulled over, sometimes for days. more

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"Graphic Landscape"

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Richard Gorenko's small paintings are a species of cartoon. The backgrounds are rendered in eye-pleasing blended pastels and the figures, thickly outlined and handcarved into MDF panel, suggest a relationship to folk art. more

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Saskatchewan painter David Thauberger returns again and again to the architecture of small-town Saskatchewan — service stations, general stores, Legion Halls, grain elevators and quirky hand-built homes. more

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