Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • Petals and paint

    Spring, taken as a season, may not always be recognizable as such in Newfoundland and Labrador, but it does have its portents. The 19 visual ...

  • Writer discovers Jewish heritage

    Alison Pick is the featured speaker for this year's Holocaust Memorial Service, and she has a fairly intimate story to tell. Pick, whose ...

  • ‘Abracadabra energy’

    “Outport Lights’ is a solo exhibition by Brenda McClellan, 41 oil on canvas paintings of settlements and coves and lighthouses and shorelines in ...

  • Bringing the spring

    “Wrap Yourself in Warm Colours for Winter” is a big group show — 16 or more visual artists, and many with two or more works. There are pieces in ...

  • Reflecting on ‘The New Romantics’

    As a word, “romantic” seems intimately connected to “love”, denoting something amorous and perhaps impractical. But as an art style it signifies ...

  • Red Ochre Gallery features versatile group

    There is a challenge to reviewing a group exhibition which is neither anchored by theme nor linked to a small gathering of artists — which is ...

  • The 12 artists of Christmas

    A dozen artists are featured in Leyton Gallery Christmas show, which just makes it a match for the Twelve Days of Christmas. Also, Anthony Barton ...

  • The cruelty and beauty of nature

    These paired exhibitions are a study in contrasts. One is rimed with frost and immersed in cold, the other cast in warmth and steeped with ...

  • ‘New Works’ reveal a different world

    An exhibition that conjures up images or echoes of fairy tales, Marc Chagall’s avant-gardism and Terry Sawchuk has got something very deep and ...

  • Short solos share elements, take different tacks

    The Festival of New Dance’s fourth program opened in the early evening with two short solos: Catherine Wright’s “Where My Soul Fits In” and ...