6 December 2016

06 December 2017

Galleries West Digital 

Vol 1 No 2  ISSN 2561-3316

Editor: Portia Priegert

Contributors:  Doug Maclean, Melanie Scott, Helena Wadsley

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Alex Janvier is only the third indigenous artist to have a retrospective at the National Gallery of Canada. The show is a testament to the perseverance – and patience – of the 81-year-old artist from Cold Lake, Alta. Read more


Four years ago Saskatoon artist Allyson Glenn made a horrifying discovery – her home was sitting atop a toxic leak from an old heating oil tank. Read more


Anne Drew Potter's fascinating ceramic sculptures explore how social meaning is projected onto the human body, how people construct identities and act out roles. Read more


If you grew up on the Prairies, Linda Lindemann’s landscapes may evoke a nostalgic ache. Read more


New energy revved up the November art auctions with much attention focused on the new record established for a Canadian painting, "Mountain Forms" by Lawren Harris, which sold for $11.2 million. Read more


Tim Gardner returned to oil paints about a year ago, years after trading them for the watercolours that brought him international attention. Read more