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  • 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 ...

  • Parker offers an art sampler

    A red shed sits, centre frame, balanced by planes of land, sea and sky. The brown of the earth is picked up by the shingles of the roof, while ...

  • Finding that sense of place

    A sense of place can reside in a work of art in a variety of ways. A piece can be highly representational, even documentary, like a Corot ...

  • A Quest for Mary

    Gerald Squires is an artist long fascinated with the mystical and spiritual. He has created a series devoted to St. Francis of Assisi and ...

  • On The EDGE

    Eastern Edge Gallery is gearing up to celebrate its 25th birthday, and along with the commemorative exhibition (opening Oct. 31) and the gala ...

  • Port of calling

    Harbours are the raison d'etre of maritime ports. They are fulcrums of trade. Boats dock in them, and communities cluster around them. And they ...