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  • Poetry on paper

    "I don't know whether you'd call these representational," visual artist George Horan said, interviewed at the Squires Gallery with 24 of his ...

  • Life in the lens

    Ask photographer John Haney if he has a genre, and he laughs. The question is a legitimate one. His series of work have focused on New Brunswick ...

  • A writer's prerogative

    Jonathan Butler's first novel, "Return of the Native" (Breakwater, 2007) was praised for its comic fusion of the themes of historical fiction (a ...

  • Speaking Goughs Language

    Mike Gough and Brian LaSaga are at opposite ends of the artistic spectrum. LaSaga works from his environs and recreates them in a succulent ...

  • Roy's Road

    "Newfoundland is movement." Jean Claude Roy's landscape paintings are full of energy, of dynamic brushwork, lively colours and vital defining ...

  • Performances spellbinding

    Deborah Dunn's "Four Quartets" is inspired by T. S. Eliot's poetry, and is set against "Burnt Notion", "East Coker," "The Dry Salvages" and ...

  • Dancers finally connect in 'The Space Between'

    The 19th Annual Festival of New Dance got off to a stunning start Tuesday night with its opening performance of "The Space Between." ...

  • Five St. John's artists take a look at their favourite city

    "Why not celebrate St. John's?" Christina Parker stands in the middle of her gallery, looking at the oil paintings and photographs, ink drawings ...

  • '3 Painters' coming to Emma Butler gallery

    Painters often discuss their work is terms of marks and tones, but John McDonald tosses some different phrases into the mix, like dialogue, ...

  • Afanassiev crosses borders in 'Landscapes'

    Iakov Afanassiev has two paintings in "Landscapes," the new show opening at The Leyton Gallery of Fine Art Saturday. These signal a new direction ...