Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • Works & in wax stone

    Encaustic painting is a very old art process, but like egg tempera, it is not widely practised. The technique, which involves heating wax and ...

  • It takes all kinds

    A group exhibition is, by nature, an exercise in diversity. This summer show is no exception, with 18 featured artists including between one and ...

  • Strength in numbers

    St. John's newest gallery space opens Friday with a massive group show. ACI Gallery, the latest evolution of Resource Centre for the Arts Visual ...

  • Craft Council members spreading their wings

    The Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador is a meeting place for all manner of techniques and practices, so it is no surprise the annual ...

  • It began with a hike...

    Like all good love stories, painter Angela Baker's love affair with the South Coast has a good opening line: "It began with a group hiking trip ...

  • All original work exhibited at new Five Island Art Gallery

    The new branch of the Five Island Art Gallery occupies 750 square feet at street level, most of it taken up in one big room with buffed hardwood ...

  • Gill floats a new idea

    Visual artist Will Gill thinks outside the canvas. He seems inspired by a whimsical landscape of simple, even goofy shapes and a bright, ...

  • Encounters with new talent

    Nine artists have work in the Leyton Gallery's latest exhibition, "Artistic Encounters," and as a group they are all fairly new to this gallery's ...

  • About spring

    Spring can be an iffy, even cruel, term in Newfoundland and Labrador. Your average horticultural lover definitely suffers. Hardy, sweet little ...

  • Night moves

    What is a city at night? Intimate, alluring, private, enclosed, open to all suggestion, maybe dangerous. It simply and deeply looks different ...