Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • 'Part of the rocks'

    Diana Dabinett's latest solo exhibit, "Shorelines," includes 20 oil paintings, on linen or canvas, all of rocky coastlines from around ...

  • Planning for Passover

    Passover, which begins April 8, is one of the three most important holidays in the Jewish year. Through blessings, psalms, food and customs, ...

  • Moving Pictures

    A multimedia, multinational exhibition opens at Eastern Edge in St. John's March 7. Four artists have united under the intriguing title "Slippery ...

  • Small World

    In the new release of Robert Frank's "The Americans," his seminal collection of on-the-road photography, there is a discussion of whether the ...

  • More ones to watch

    It was a year in art too big for one look. Here are five more highlights for 2008. No. 6. Someone to watch John McDonald - because his ...

  • Ones to watch

    As we take 2008 down from the wall, here's a look at some of the happenings and people that made it a banner year for the visual arts. No. 1: ...

  • One gallery, two differing visions

    Painting is a play of light over form, an engagement of colour and surface. Two painters currently exhibiting at Christina Parker Gallery, Grant ...

  • Om body

    In 1996, artist David Blackwood produced an etching called "Cyril's Kite Over Blackwood's Hill." It shows one of his characteristic Newfoundland ...

  • 'Portraits' not just faces

    Daniel Hughes' "Portraits" is an exhibition of oil on canvas paintings, some big, some small, composed with many classic elements. The subject is ...

  • Craft council works feature poised functionality and fun

    Inlay is an embellishing process that slides one coloured media, which can be anything from pearls to Popsicle sticks, into a base of differing ...