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Artist processes trauma and family dysfunction as she gouges into her paintings. Read more

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Weathered industrial sites become objects of formal beauty in photographs that show remarkable design and detail. Read more

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Mark Holliday and Aaron Sidorenko love to collaborate on supersized encaustic landscapes. Their work is showing at Calgary’s Paul Kuhn Gallery for most of the summer. Read more

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Forget theory and conceptual frameworks. This quiet and deeply interior work is about seeing – really seeing – the nuanced mark. Read more

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Mark Mullin has chosen a great title – "Sticks and Stones" – for his new show, on view until Oct. 7 at the Paul Kuhn Gallery in Calgary. Read more

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Calgary artist Barbara Milne spent months exploring the collection of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies. Read more

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Last year, Calgary photographer Gerard Yunker spent eight days in Iceland, moving clockwise around the island and taking multiple exposures of the same scene that he then combined into digital panoramas. Read more

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Recently, there have been numerous attempts to resuscitate interest in the flagging reputation of painting. Most often it can be credited to the efforts of proponents of ‘provisional’ painting. Read more

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Calgary artist John Eisler’s paintings reflect on the visual complexity of contemporary life with its buzz of colour and light, technology and popular culture. Read 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. Read more

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The art of photography takes the spotlight this season with Exposure 2006, a multi-city celebration of turning negatives into positively striking images. Read more

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Imagine, if you will, flying on a 747 jet at 37,000 feet and, due to some kind of atmospheric fluctuation (perhaps the meeting of cold and warm fronts), the plane unexpectedly drops 300 feet. Mark Mullin explores notions of transition in his work. Read more

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A retrospective launching this fall in Victoria will take the “beautifully grand” landscapes of West Coast painter Takao Tanabe across the nation. Read more

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It makes sense that painter Conrad Ouchi has friends in the auto body business. His works on canvas and hardboard are burnished to a high gloss, almost an industrial finish. Read more

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Geoffrey Hunter explains, with a bemused smile, the title of his upcoming show: King Works. The fiefdom of his studio is where one thought rules - one concept, one process - he says. Read more

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