Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • ‘Ghosts of Violence’ a powerful portryal of domestic violence

    “Ghosts of Violence” is a ballet of contemporary choreography exploring the vital issue of domestic violence. That may seem an uncomfortable ...

  • Ilse Hughes brings vistas of colour and light to Red Ochre Gallery

    As a painter, Ilse Hughes is very involved with colour. These 25 pieces (acrylic on canvas excepting four watercolours, all 2012 or 2013) dazzle ...

  • Beautifully broken

    Diana Dabinett has long been interested in the natural world around her, but while her focus remains there her work is becoming less ...

  • Louise Moyes’ ‘docu-dance’ performance is fluid

    Louise Moyes creates and performs in a genre she calls “docu-dance.” These are pieces with rhythm and choreography that is braced by research and ...

  • Pondering private moments

    “Private Moments Revisited” is the newest exhibition at The Leyton Gallery, a duet between Ginok Song and Bonnie Leyton. Song is primarily a ...

  • ‘Landlines’ embodies both equilibrium and anchorage

    Visual artists will often talk about how a painting should be about painting, that a viewer should be aware of how the medium of oil or ...

  • Group effort

    Three artists have work in a group show opening Sunday at the Gerald Squires Gallery, and they are an interesting mix. Gerald Squires and George ...

  • Echoes and refractions

    Two very fine solo exhibitions are showing in evocative and resonant counterpoise at the Christina Parker Gallery. Michael Gough's "From the ...

  • 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 ...