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Spring 2003 issue

Spring 2003 cover

Galleries West

Vol 2 No 1    ISSN No. 1703-2806

Editor: Jennifer MacLeod

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Walter Jule was born in Seattle and has lived in Alberta since 1970. He is the recipient of 10 national awards and seven international awards for his outstanding work. more

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The popular press has made much of the fact that John Snow established himself as an artist in Western Canada while simultaneously pursuing a successful career in banking. more

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For watercolourist Libby Weir, art, nature and life are interconnected forces. more

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Digital technology has made tremendous inroads into the world of fine art, revolutionizing the way art can be created, produced and marketed. One form of digital art that is rapidly gaining attention among artists and consumers is giclée. more

NEWS

Joane Cardinal-Schubert is a story-teller. In conversation, in writing, in the way she approaches her work. Ask a question and you'll hear an anecdote. more

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Watercolourist Joanna Moore delights in the beauty to be found in the urban landscape, particularly in the back lanes of residential neighbourhoods. more

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In his spring exhibition, "Now and Then: Revisiting the Present," Leslie Poole blends still life with figurative painting and glimpses of landscape. more

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Although landscapes and still-lifes are traditionally unlinked genres in artmaking, Julie Duschenes combines images of telephone receivers, bowls and plates with images of the coulees around Lethbridge to suggest that the two concepts do overlap. more

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Mark Mullin is quite happy to puzzle himself with perceptual dilemmas. He translates onto canvas those points at which water meets sky, matter meets light, and gas meets matter. more

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Jim Logan now lives in Ottawa following several years in Nova Scotia, but his show this spring at Bearclaw Gallery marks a return to his Yukon community paintings, says gallery owner Jackie Bugera. 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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The glassworks in Vancouver artist Jeina Morosoff's "Submerged Series" look like fossils of ancient marine lifeforms that have been retrieved from a mysterious undersea resting place. more

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Deftly, with humour and affection, Toronto artist Cathy Daley creates whispers of the female form in black pastel upon translucent white vellum. Her images are exaggerated, impossibly thin renderings that distort stereotypes of female beauty. more

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