Profile of Joan Sullivan

All articles of Joan Sullivan

  • Joan Sullivan: Outside looking in, inside looking out

    “Strangers & Others” is divided into seven chapters, with extensive notes. The cover bears an image of Anne Meredith Barry’s that the author ...

  • Paying homage to the Great War

    Visual artist Grant Boland is creating a unique graphic addition to the iconography, but it’s one whose timing occurs almost by accident. He had ...

  • Joan Sullivan: Tales from the March Hare

    Thus, they have great authenticity but are still structured with a lively, playful storytelling. Their DNA as non-fiction has been spliced into a ...

  • Artists depict harbours and streets to occupy or travel to

    Laurie Leehane’s “Timelines” has a dozen paintings, mostly oil (with one acrylic), and all recent.“Early Rise, Fogo” looks out through a ...

  • Small spaces making big splash on local art scene

    But that’s not the whole parameter of the city’s exhibition scene. Small spaces and one-off happenings underscore the discipline’s durability and ...

  • Figurative speaking

    But most people would probably associate “figurative work” with the human form, and that is what is on display here, with 20 artists in ...

  • Joan Sullivan: A pilgrim’s guide to Beaumont Hamel

    It includes maps, describing both the First World War theatre and the area today; a highly detailed account of the Regiment’s experience there, ...

  • Riveting writing from the edge

    Mary Dalton: These are other voices speaking through me; these are idioms. “The face of a robber’s horse” is an expression in Newfoundland ...

  • Warner’s no one hit wonder

    Here the dame is Lila, or was, as she is dead from the end of the first paragraph. Appearances suggest a homicide, and the police have ...

  • Tails and tales

    The True Confessions of a Badly Misunderstood Dogby Bill RoweFlanker Press $19.95“My name is Durf and I am a dog. I can freely admit that now, ...