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Pegasus Gallery of Canadian Art

"ART FOR WAR AND PEACE," a history of the Sampson-Matthews silkscreen prints by Ian Sigvaldason and Scott Steedman, and published by Read Leaf Press, has won the Benjamin Franklin gold seal award in the Art/Photography category. more

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“Old objects are laden in their own history, and you can manipulate the object to change that history,” says McFarlane. more

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The 2012 version of Art Toronto – or, the event previously known as the Toronto International Art Fair, if you prefer – featured some 130 galleries from 23 countries. more

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Unseen Silkscreens is a unique historical collection of prints initiated by the Sampson-Matthews graphic arts company in the midst of war. more

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In 1941, the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria opened Thunderbird Park on a small piece of land adjacent to the museum. more

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Not since Ivan Eyre has a Canadian artist developed the art of panoramic landscape painting as effectively as Randolph Parker. more

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In his intense use of oil paint, it is obvious that Pieter Molenaar admires the Old Dutch Masters of his home country. But there’s something more to the work of this artist who moved to Canada in 1979. more

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