Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • Artist uses a variety of cameras to capture landscapes

    “No matter what kind of camera you use, the photograph is taken in what seems to be an instant. I want to put time into what we perceive to be an ...

  • Tomova bridges past and present in ‘Crossings’

    “Crossings” is a solo exhibition from Veselina Tomova, and includes 30 pieces, about evenly divided between prints and mixed media. Neither term ...

  • Thinking inside the box

    “Boxed In: Small Sculptures” brings the work of 67 visual artists into two different St. John’s galleries, at The Rooms and the Craft Council. ...

  • Exhibit puts Scott Goudie’s talent on display

    The new Scott Goudie exhibition is a room full of prints, drawings and watercolours dating from 1977 to two weeks ago. The range of media ...

  • Jessica Scott can surprise with her work

    Visual artist Jessica Scott paints with a fantastic vocabulary, a blend of natural forms and otherworldly scenes. For example, one of her ...

  • Ink articulates culture and memory in ‘Nine Daughters’

    The evocatively titled “Nine Daughters” is an exhibition of eight big ink drawings from Boyd Chubbs, all recent. The daughters (nine models in ...

  • The shape of the ‘Ships’

    Two years ago, Barbara Pratt had an exhibition titled “Train”, inspired by journeys she took across mainland Canada. These were pieces of rolling ...

  • ‘Inspired by the landscape’

    Peter Jackson is an architectural intern who studied at TUNS (now part of Dalhousie) in Halifax before moving to Vancouver, San Francisco, and ...

  • The last of the Regiment widows?

    In mid-August I wrote an obituary for The Globe and Mail on Loretta Smyth Martin, who had died at the age of 91. Martin was thought to be the ...

  • Ebb and flow

    “Between Tides”, Michael Fantuz’s solo exhibition of 22 oil and acrylic paintings inspired by trips to the south coast of Newfoundland, is as ...