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Regina artist Heather Cline says she’s more concerned with the incidental than the monumental. more

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Herald Nix was literally laying the groundwork for his forthcoming fall exhibition when he spoke about the show. more

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"Pilgrims" is Dominque Rey’s first solo painting show. For ten years, the Winnipeg-based artist was consumed with photography and video, so this marks a return to the art form she’s practiced since age ten. more

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“The truck comes next week to pick up the work,” explains a harried Wanda Koop from her Winnipeg studio. more

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It’s not every day that a public gallery is actually serenaded by art fans, but attendees of the opening event for the Mendel Gallery’s "Under Skirt: will be presented with four original songs performed by the Lethbridge-based Cedar Tavern Singers. more

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It takes skill to build an art career in a modest region, with a pragmatic population that frequently favours football and curling over gallery-going. more

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Saskatchewan master potter Mel Bolen grew up in Regina in a house without art. more

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Like thousands of Canadian women during World War II, Bev Tosh’s mother Dorothy met and married a foreign serviceman, in her case a Commonwealth airman training in Canada, who took her to New Zealand after the war. more

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The modest Cuban family depicted in the "Hungry Planet" exhibition at the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery is the same family photographer Peter Menzel and his collaborator, writer Faith D’Aluisio, met while scouting for their previous book project. more

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DAVID GARNEAU, ROBERT HOULE, RUTH CUTHAND, NADIA MYRE, MARY ANNE BARKHOUSE AT THE MACKENZIE GALLERY. more

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What we resist often defines us. As a youth, each artist in this show is stalked by a different set of adversarial life conditions. more

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The title of curator Jane Edmundson’s show "In the Stillness" reflects the somber and leisurely vibe of off-season campus life. more

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In the 1950s, painter David Owen Lucas lived near the epic Regina Legislative Building. “We used to ride our bikes to ‘the Ledge’ and play Cowboys and Indians. That’s what shaped my appreciation for architecture.” more

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"don’t tell me your dreams" is a mixed media show that evokes drama, terror, psychological baggage and mystery. more

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Don’t call Bryce Erickson a photorealist. The Saskatoon painter’s depictions of his environment may dazzle viewers with their precision and clarity, but his unique version of painterly reality is still abstract and impressionistic. more

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“I’ve hit a vein. I’ve got my medium. I’ve got my genre. I don’t have to reinvent it when I work at it," says Calgary artist Lisa Brawn about her woodcuts. Brawn is fascinated by, and alert to, the eccentric world around her. more

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“The more Canadian the work gets, the more international it gets,” says Toronto painter Kim Dorland. On day two of his artist-in-residence gig at the Emma Lake Workshop in northern Saskatchewan, he’s already been at the easel at work on a new series. more

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David Garneau wants to challenge the notion that “art must be educational.” The Métis artist and educator brings this subversive agenda to the MacKenzie Art Gallery this fall when he curates "Close Strangers: Distant Relations." more

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“This show is very much like a retrospective,” says Winnipeg artist Frieso Boning about his late father Jan Boning’s serigraphs on exhibition at Martha Street Studio this fall. more

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Although Calgary-based landscape painter Virginia Boulay was born in Vancouver, her grandparents had land on the Alouette River northeast of the city. “I can still recall floating along the river and collecting rocks,” she says. more

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