Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • Dual focus

    They all feature recognizable objects or people in natural states (paint is scudding, facial expressions are shadowed). But the effect of each ...

  • Pulled from the white

    There is often a signature or dominant colour — red, blue, purple — in pools or clustered swirls. It all blends into into a spare harmonic ...

  • Novel captures semi-historical flights of fancy

    A few years ago, Harbour Grace hosted a celebration of Amelia Earhart’s 1932 cross-Atlantic flight, and I interviewed a women who had presented ...

  • Clem Curtis doesn’t ‘baby’ his paintings

    “I’m so brutal with the paint.” Clem Curtis is in his downstairs studio — one of two he has in his house — surrounded by several large pieces in ...

  • Poetry collections yield many jewels

    This seems a strong season for Newfoundland and Labrador poetry, with Breakwater’s anthology and Michael Crummey’s recent volume, and now come ...

  • Leyton Gallery celebrates a decade in colour

    Eleven artists come together in the Leyton Gallery’s group summer show, Celebration of Colour, which also marks the gallery’s 10th anniversary. ...

  • Canadian moving portraitist on display in London

    —London If personality is not static, why should portraiture be? That is one question Peter Wilkins poses with his “12 Writers’ Portraits.” The ...

  • Hartman thinks big with new paintings

    “Tracing Terra Nova” is John Hartman’s new solo exhibition. As usual, he’s thinking big. Like his earlier landscape series, such as “Painting the ...

  • ‘Feast’ for the eyes

    The 23 works in Jonathan Howse’s “The Feast” (his first solo exhibition) are often about ritual and observance. People gathered around a kitchen ...

  • Holocaust survivor to speak at memorial service

    One of the last Holocaust survivors connected to Newfoundland and Labrador will speak at the Holocaust Memorial Service on April 7. Philip ...