September 6, 2016

Wendy Siemens

Wendy Siemens_Ladle Cove_edited-1
Landscapes: Moments in Time
September 1 – October 28  
Artist’s Reception: please join us on Sunday, September 11 from 1-3pm

Local artist and educator, Siemens has brought together favored landscapes from her recent travels across the country; from sprawling prairie landscapes to the windswept shores of the east coast.

For more information, please contact Linda Stark, Curator at 306.652.5310.
Gallery hours:
Monday to Friday7:30am – 10:30pm, Saturday 9:00am –  6:00pm, Sunday 11:00am – 9:00pm
Wendy Siemens_Shoal Bay,Fogo Island

Wendy Siemens_Estevan Marsh

Wendy Siemens, Ladle Cove,Acrylic on canvas,2016, 30” x 48”
Wendy Siemens, Shoal Bay, Fogo Island, Acrylic on canvas,2016, 48” x 48”
Wendy Siemens, Estevan Marsh,Acrylic on canvas,2016, 30” x 48”

May 6, 2016

Saskatchewan Printmakers Association


May 2- June 24, 2016

A showcase of recent work by members of the Saskatchewan Printmakers Association:Michelle Brownridge, Patrick Bulas, Karli Jessup, Caitlin Mullan, Jannik Plaetner, Robert Truszkowski, Monique Martin,and Michael Peterson. For more information on SPA, please visit:

Please note our summer hours: Monday to Friday 8am until 5pm

01 - Brownridge_Liscensed Beverage Room
Michelle Brownridge,Licensed Beverage Room
Ink Jet and Stone Lithograph, 2011

02 - Brownridge_Bus
Michelle Brownridge, Bus
Ink Jet and Stone Lithograph, 2011

Patrick Bulas,Council
Mezzotint, 2013

Karli J_mind-on-my-money_edited-1

Karli Jessup
Mind on my money and my money on my mind
Screen Print,2015

Karli J_bright-ideas-ii-1_edited-1
Karli Jessup, Bright Ideas II
Screen Print, 2015

Monique Martin_Neverending1
Monique Martin, Never Ending, 2015
Ink on Masa Paper,Double sided linocut printed on Mobius Strips

Mullan_Do you think they will remember us
Caitlin Mullan, Do You Thing They Will Remember Us?
Screenprint and coloured pencil on paper, 2015

Mullan_You Can't Take it With You
Caitlin Mullan, You Can’t Take it With You
Screenprint and coloured pencil on paper,2015

Michael Peterson, Bengough Theatre
Silkscreen, 2015

Jannik Plaetner, Waskesiu
Archival Digital Print, 2016

Robert Truszkowski, Gimme the Loot
U.V. cured silkscreen on paper, 2014

Robert Truszkowski, What’s Beef ?
U.V. cured silkscreen on paper, 2014

February 23, 2016

Expressive Exploration

John Kleisinger_Tea in the Tundra_web

11th Annual USCAD Instructors’ and Certificate Students’ exhibition
February 29 – April 29
Please join us for our opening reception on Friday March 4, 7-9pm as we celebrate the recent work of the University of Saskatchewan’s Certificate of Art and Design Instructors and Students.

Christine Todd_Untitled


Mo Junk_ed

Ferguson, Louisa

Images (top to bottom):
John Kleisinger, Tea in the Tundra,Acrylic and pencil crayon, 2015
Christine Todd, Untitled, Acrylic collage on canvas,2015
Bill Compton, Elemental, Giclee Print, 2015
Mo Junk, Tooth and Claw,Soapstone, 2015
Louisa Ferguson,What Do You Do There Moon?
Painted and fused glass,lead cane, 2014


December 30, 2015

Diccon Olivier: Beautifully Broken

Diccon_Beautifully Broken
January 4 – February 26, 2016
Reception: Friday January 8, 7-9pm

I attended St. Thomas More College, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy in 1989. I took my first art class seven years ago and have not stopped painting since. Much of my work focuses on nature and reflects my childhood growing up on a farm in Northern Saskatchewan. I paint because it quells the urgency of understanding and because I love experimenting and playing with colour. I am a member of Artists Drawn Together, a group that was formed in 2014 in Saskatoon.

Diccon_Bear Island_edited-2

Diccon_Tracks of Clay

Images (top to bottom):
Beautifully Broken, acrylic on canvas, 28” x 34”
Bear Island, acrylic on canvas, 30” x 36”
Tracks of Clay, acrylic on canvas,24” x 32″


November 5, 2015

Conveying the Message of Change

Back to Batoche poster

November 2 – December 16
Reception: Friday November 13, 7-9pm

Nelson Mandela has said, “posters can be a very beautiful form of propaganda. They are a very powerful way of conveying information, provided they are simple and to the point”.
We are presenting here a collection of Art Posters from over the last 4 decades – all conveying strong messages of peace, respect, justice, solidarity, environmental rights, liberation, resistance, good development and democracy.
These posters speak for themselves and range from the struggle against the Apartheid Regime in South Africa; the impact on Front Line States such as Mozambique and Zimbabwe emerging from colonialism and confronting the Apartheid state; the struggle for human rights and democracy in Central America; the importance of literacy to build civil society; the fight to preserve the environment in the Pacific.
They merge with the posters of solidarity from Canada – as Canadians have realized the true value of solidarity at home. The Taking of Sides in pressuring the Canadian government to challenge the Apartheid State of South Africa, the support of First Nations and Metis Nation Rights, the fight against the “free trade” agreements such as the World Trade Organization and North America Free Trade Agreement that have led to corporate global control; the challenge to stop violence against women and join the World March of Women for justice and equity. We will also present T Shirts that people have worn over the years to convey messages for change.
We dedicate this exhibit to the inspiration for hope and change given us by Nelson Mandela.

Curated by Don Kossick
With the Support of SCIC and the Mozambique Building Fund.
A profound thanks to the poster artists.
Don Kossick is a long time community activist/organizer, radio and film/photo documentarian and producer. He has worked extensively in Southern Africa – Mozambique and communities in Canada.

2000 reasons to march poster

Intl Peacemaking Poster

International Solidarity poster

Our Forests poster