Exclusive private collection exhibition & sale

September 09 - September 22, 2021

Exhibition: September 9 - 22, 2021

Opening reception: Saturday, September 11, 2021


on-line catalog available HERE

This exclusive exhibition are the result of conscientious collection over the years by avid collectors; Livia and Otto Thur.

The exhibition comes to us to celebrate their lives and the lives of the artist and artwork they so loved.

A rare collection of works available by; Jean Paul Lemieux, Michel Lagace, Takao Tanabe, Otto Rogers, William Perehudoff, Jacques de Tonnancour, Nicholas Houghton, William Kurelek, Alan Wood, Denis Demers, and David Thauberger.

Exhibition: September 9 - 22, 2021

Opening reception: Saturday, September 11, 2021


on-line catalog available HERE

This exclusive exhibition are the result of conscientious collection over the years by avid collectors; Livia and Otto Thur.

The exhibition comes to us to celebrate their lives and the lives of the artist and artwork they so loved.

A rare collection of works available by; Jean Paul Lemieux, Michel Lagace, Takao Tanabe, Otto Rogers, William Perehudoff, Jacques de Tonnancour, Nicholas Houghton, William Kurelek, Alan Wood, Denis Demers, and David Thauberger.


Upcoming Exhibitions

Lochhead & Bloore

September 25 - October 20, 2021

Opening Reception: Saturday, September, 25, 2021: 2-5pm ONLINE CATALOG AVAILABLE HERE ​Lochhead and Bloore were both professors at the University of Regina in the 1950s-60s. Lochhead was head of the art department and Bloore was curator at the Mackenzie Art Gallery. Both were instrumental in the action expression art movement in the 60s. Both with very different approaches to art but with a shared passion for creating and making art that brought them together. With McKay, Morton and Godwin, they became known as the Regina Five. Their work more diverse and expansive throughout their careers then perhaps commonly known, this exhibition high lights the diversity, intellect, and devotion both Lochhead and Bloore shared.

Nancy Boyd: Bardo Songs

October 23 - November 10, 2021

Opening Reception: Saturday, October, 23, 2021: 2-5pm; Artist in attendance. Bardo: From Tibetan Buddhism: - a state of existence between death and rebirth, varying in length according to a person’s conduct in life and manner of, or age at, death. Metaphorically, “Bardo” can describe times when our usual way of life becomes suspended, as, for example, during a period of illness. As with much of my work in recent years, these pieces continue to address the mutable and the conditional in all things. But in these “Bardo Songs”, it was as though I had been stunned into being less inhibited. I surrendered to the unknown and to the sense of being suspended in a strange state of contemplation and possibilities, some dark and some full of light. While I never overtly tried to work in imagery that spoke directly about the pandemic, the pieces almost unavoidably allude to strong forces that were clearly on my mind. The pieces reflect that suspended, stressful, dissonant, conflicted, disrupted, in-between, out-of-normal-time/position we have been compelled to inhabit. The dark gestures, the unpredictable fluid media effects and the overwhelmed organic elements are all situated in this time of shifting ground. – Nancy Boyd


Past Exhibitions

2021

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016