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JANUARY 2019
Kari Duke has been documenting the beautiful inconsistencies that are found in the alleys near her home in Edmonton for the past twenty years. Mother Nature and development have had their way in these older neighborhoods, but the heaves of time have not limited Kari's ability to beautifully express the nostalgia and warmth that she has found in her community.

​In his quiet canvases, Tom Gale has made a study of the interaction between man and nature. Tom has been well established in Edmonton's art scene for over forty years. He is able to identify the vividness and strength of nature right here in Edmonton's river valley by imposing his bits of value and originality to what will be seen to most as a decorative painting. Yet, the organic forms of the trees and earth in Gale's paintings take on a mystic quality that is subtle but entirely moving.
NEW PAINTINGS - GROUP SHOW - FEBRUARY 2019
​​New work by gallery artists Robert Lemay, Jeff Sylvester, Michelle Neumann, Steve Coffey, Tom Gale, Kari Duke, Paddy Lamb, and Krista Hamilton.
BEYOND REALISM - MARCH 2019
By opposing the imitation of reality while creating a new reality in its own right, artists offer new possibilities of vision by changing the way in which things are seen and known. The work in this exhibition invites the viewer to explore the trends and movements in art that are diverging and converging, crossing and overlapping, dismissing the notion that progress occurs only within paradigms and not between them. Featuring work by Antoni Tapies, Edward Burtynsky, Peter Blake, Angele Karosi, Oksana Movchan, Kari Duke, Sandro Chia, Craig Le Blanc, David Bolduc, Dave Thomas, David Hockney, Andrew Salgado, Tony Scherman, Jeff Sylvester, and Cynthia Fuhrer.
JEFF SYLVESTER - SUM OF ITS PARTS
APRIL 2019
​​The common element in this body of work, whether subtly placed or entirely featured on their own. are the groupings of birds. They make their way across the sky as one cohesive unit, morphing into seemingly choreographed shapes and patterns. These murmurations symbolize our sense of community and the ability to become more than our own individual sums; to work and transform as a group.