Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • Artist captures essence of still life

    Still life paintings of fruit go back to ancient times, and they have always been a popular genre. They were once thought to be a way to kind of ...

  • Feeling satisfied

    Among the bouquet of artworks presented in Red Ochre's annual group show dedicated to spring, there is an especially vivid watercolour, "The Wild ...

  • Leyton Gallery's guests on display

    The seven visual artists in "Guests of the Gallery" are beguilingly taken with counterpositions of interior and exterior, appearance and ...

  • Sisters put on a show

    "Teacups & Mink" is a duet of two artists - Bonnie Leyton, a painter and sculptor, and Leanne Averbach, a poet and performer. They are also ...

  • Wander into the 'Forest'

    Some, it is said, can't see the forest for the trees. Visual artist David Kaarsemaker sees the forest and the trees. His work includes a series ...

  • Group effort

    St. Michael's Printshop has its first group show up on the walls. Normally, the gallery off-season is occupied by work from the Don Wright ...

  • McClellan grabs the light of night

    The houses and skies, streetlights and pavements of Brenda McClellan's "Night Lights of St. John's" present an alchemy of structure and replica, ...

  • Unfinished sketches

    This year marks the 100th anniversary of visual artist Rae Perlin's birth. Born in St. John's on Sept 11, 1910, Perlin left home for New York to ...

  • Poetry in motion

    "A horse is a fantastic thing to paint," visual artist Greg Bennett is quoted as saying in the "Dark Horse" catalogue. "The inherent sense of ...

  • Visual arts Top 10

    #1 The shows: from a solo artist, Helen Gregory's "Unrequited Death" (The Rooms, Dec. 4 2009-May 16, 2010). Because it fulfilled all the promise ...