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Slate Fine Art Gallery

Woodworker’s unending curiosity yields a wide range of work. Read more

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The Slate Fine Art Gallery has acquired new space at 3424-13th Ave. in Regina's Cathedral district. Read more

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Furniture maker Brian Gladwell transforms chunks of salvaged wood for his latest show in Regina. Read more

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Saskatchewan artist strikes a sombre note after years spent exploring the complex relationship between humans and nature. Read more

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New surreal drawings by Winnipeg artist Diana Thorneycroft owe much to the horrors of 15th century Dutch artist Hieronymus Bosch. Read more

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Joe Fafard wants everyone to know that, despite turning 75 on Sept. 2, he plans to continue making art for many years to come Read more

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Saskatchewan artist Ward Schell often paints fallen logs on the forest floor. Now he is dealing with his own failing limb -- the arm he paints with -- as a result of multiple sclerosis. Read more

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It’s an odd irony: grand new art galleries are opening across the west just as the digital age ushers in unprecedented access to art from the comfort of our sofas. Read more

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Janet Macpherson left functional ceramics behind after starting her MFA at Ohio State University in 2008, choosing instead to replicate toy animals, religious statues and other knick-knacks in clay using plaster molds. Read more

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Zachari Logan presents recent work, including his "Specimen" drawings, which explore fantastical creatures using the languages of medieval illustrations of maladies and scientific illustrations of the 1800s. Read more

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In "Rural Attractions," Heather Benning presents photographs of her newest site-specific project, "Kil(n) Hand," in southwestern Ontario. Read more

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Opening March 26, 2015, this show celebrates fellow artists, past & present, who have inspired Fafard throughout his continued and successful career as one of Canada’s most well known artists. Read more

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Jack Cowin (1947 - 2014) passed away on Wednesday, September 24, 2014 in Arlington Heights, Illinois at Northwest Community Hospital. Read more

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While Courtemanche’s sculptures may look at first glance like ordinary hand tools, they actually are partially made from clay. Read more

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Victor Cicansky focuses on one of his favourite themes – gardening – in an exhibition at Regina’s newest gallery. Read more

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Ying-Yueh Chuang is decidedly not a minimalist. Her installations are constructed from individual ceramic pieces presented in dizzying arrays of repeating forms and hybridized structures – sometimes even hung from the ceiling or wall. Read more

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Inspired by his garden, one of Canada's most respected ceramic artists creates sculptures imbued with humour and a wink of vegetal allure. Read more

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