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2018/19 Exhibits

September 4-29 Birds of a Feather

Featuring the art of Rosthern and area artists and craftpersons.

 October 2 – Nov 23 Otherworld

Surreal imagery rendered in photography, textile and paint by Greg Allen, Denise Epp, and Todd Rennebohm

November 27 - December 22 Hang On to Your Pysanky - Vera Trembach

A tribute to keeping Ukrainian culture and tradition alive.

January 1 – February 23 Joe Fafard: In Print/Imprinter

Woodblock, silkscreen, etchings, lithograph and embossed prints of cows, horses and bison by internationally renowned artist, Joe Fafard.

February 26 - March 30 Young Artists Program

April 1 – May 23 Paper Wildlife Conservancy – Cate Francis

Features a series of illustrative prints and collages, examining the cohabitation with wildlife on the prairies and highlighting the role that wildlife plays in defining a sense of place and home.

Joe Fafard: In Print/Imprimer

fafardIn Prints/ Imprimer, a solo exhibition of works by internationally renowned, Joe Fafard; one of Canada’s most recognized and prolific artists. Although Fafard may be best known for his work in clay, bronze and steel sculpture, drawing and printmaking have been sustained curiosities throughout his artistic practice. Whether three-dimensional or two-dimensional, his work is characterized by his connection to his rural Saskatchewan roots, his reverence for art history and his inquiry into form.

The exhibition In Prints/ Imprimer presents woodblock, silkscreen, etchings, lithograph and embossed prints of cows, horses and bison, each series a response to or an extension of his sculptural process. While the embossed images offer beautifully subtle forms, the woodblocks are arresting in their colourful graphic quality. Reminiscent of Matisse’s paper cut-outs, these images have fluid, exaggerated and almost lyrical forms. Moving in varying degrees towards abstraction, the anatomy of these forms is broken down into pattern and embedded symbolic imagery. Perhaps in their subtlety, these works speak to the interconnection and dependence of human existence on agriculture and nature.

Curated and organized by the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery with funding assistance from the City of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Arts Board, SaskCulture, Saskatchewan Lotteries, and the Canada Council for the Arts. Toured through OSAC’s Arts on the Move program.

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