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Posted December 2018 by natasha

Perfect Moment

Happy December! As we drift into the holiday season, we here at SG are very excited to present the upcoming 26th edition of the annual members’ exhibition, titled Perfect Moment. This ever-popular, year-end show inspires artists and art enthusiasts to create a submission based on a given theme. “Perfect Moment” was embraced by the gallery’s […]

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Posted October 2018 by natasha

The Beaver, Collaborator and Artistic Influence

By: Jon-Paul Della Pia, SG Curatorial Intern Beaver Tales provides its viewers with multiple approaches to Canada’s national animal, the beaver. An artistic response to the nature of the beaver can be seen in works by Francis Muscat, Frank Shebageget, and Anna Williams with a blend of beaver inspired works and some even created with […]

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Posted February 2018 by kate

An Interview with Dan Miles, Poster Collector and Restorer

By Anastasia Hare, SG Communications & Development Manager Amazed at the graphic punch, size and number of the vintage posters on display at Station Gallery, I contacted local poster collector and restorer Dan Miles to hear about what motivates his collection. AH: What started your interest in posters, collecting and restoration? Have you always been […]

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Posted February 2018 by kate

An Interview with Artist Sheryl A. Keen

By Anastasia Hare, SG Communications & Development Manager I was thrilled to have the opportunity to view Sheryl A. Keen’s recent series of mixed-media works in State of Mind: Remixing & Deconstructing Beliefs on exhibition in Station Gallery’s Jill Dyall Community Gallery. I marvelled at the many textures that Sheryl incorporated into her work when […]

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Posted January 2018 by kate

Exploring A Short Trip to the Infinite

Written by Anastasia Hare SG Communications & Development Manager Spanning Station Gallery’s exhibition spaces with fantastical scenes painted in lively, sweeping brushstrokes, A Short Trip to the Infinite stirs an excitement of exploration. The large scale paintings, sculptures and installations by Toronto-based artist Gillian Iles contain many cues and clues that lead us on a journey. There are dark […]

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Posted November 2017 by kate

Finding Florence Opening Reception

by W.C. Allen, author of A Collection of Works By Florence Helena McGillivray, published by Friesen Press in 2016 I was thrilled at the attendance and comments received from the public opening and related events for the start of Station Gallery’s Finding Florence retrospective exhibition. It was my great pleasure to work with Olexander Wlasenko, […]

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Posted October 2017 by kate

Unravelling Strands, Reweaving History: An Interview with Ingrid Ruthig

by Anastasia Hare, Communications & Development Manager Station Gallery’s upcoming exhibition of Ingrid Ruthig’s work, Re|Visions brings together text and image in thoughtful and thought-provoking ways. It includes a series of 120 works about historic women creators, each woven out of paper, and including one part portrait and one part biography. The portrait images and […]

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Posted October 2017 by kate

Meaning and Metaphor in Frances Ferdinands’ Between Latitudes

by Anastasia Hare, Communications & Development Manager Station Gallery’s exhibition Between Latitudes is not only delightfully rich in colour and pattern, it’s also rich in meaning. History and metaphor underlie the featured works that span Sri Lankan born, Canadian artist Frances Ferdinands’ artistic production over the last ten years, reflecting both personal and cultural ideas in a variety of media, from painting and mixed media works to sculptural installation. Twenty-six […]

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Posted August 2017 by kate

More than Ordinary Objects: An Interview with Artist David Wysotski

More than Ordinary Objects: An Interview with Artist David Wysotski by Anastasia Hare, SG Communications & Development Manager David Wysotski’s paintings in the exhibition Temporarily Mine at Station Gallery cleverly suggest searching beyond the life-sized renderings of the inherited objects that he depicts, and focusing on their eloquent portrayal. I’m intrigued by David’s use of […]

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Posted July 2017 by kate

Fleeting Scenes: An Interview with Steve Kean

I met with photographer Steve Kean and SG Curator Olex Wlasenko about the exhibition Moving Landscapes. Aptly featured along the passageway that connects the boxcar to the gallery and overlooks the historic station, Steve’s photo series was captured on the move with an iPhone while travelling by train. On the table before us there was a box containing small-scale prints of all the images in […]

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