Heather Fraser

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Shayne Dark’s "This Column Ends" to be unveiled at Trent University 2 September 2018

Shayne Dark’s "This Column Ends" will be formally unveiled at 2:00 pm on Friday Sept. 21 at Julian Blackburn Hall, Trent University, Symons campus in Peterborough. This towering cobalt blue column takes its theme from Brancusi’s "Endless Column" sculptures the most famous of which is his 1937 steel column in Romania...

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Shayne Dark elected to the Royal Canadian Academy 21 July 2018

Shayne Dark has been elected Member of the Royal Canadian Academy. Nine artists and designers were elected in 2018 and celebrated at the organization’s 138th Annual General Assembly in May. The event took place at the new Ottawa Art Gallery.

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Burton Kramer named Member of The Order of Canada 30 June 2018

Burton Kramer has been named a Member of the Order of Canada. The citation in part reads: "Burton Kramer is an icon of graphic design in Canada. With a career spanning over fifty years, his creations are visual emblems of the country's history and culture."

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Alice Teichert solo show opens at Latcham Gallery 10 May 2018

New artwork by Alice Teichert will be on exhibit in a fulsome solo exhibition titled text’painting at the Latcham Gallery in Stouffville. The artist will be in attendance at the opening on Thurs. May 17 at 7:00 pm. The exhibition includes Teichert's 16 text and symbol ink drawings on paper titled s’pos)in( .

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Maud Lewis in Japan 29 April 2018

After seeing Maudie, a dramatization of the life of Maud Lewis, Japanese blogger Hiroko Tsuzuku was inspired to learn more about the folk artist. Tsuzuku writes that Lewis lived a “beautiful life” despite her hardships and brought joy to others through her colorful paintings.

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Oeno Gallery celebrates International Sculpture Day 27 April 2018

Oeno Gallery joins the global sculpture community in celebrating International Sculpture Day on April 28, 2018. Visit the gallery to enjoy indoor and outdoor sculptures in a variety of media. Quebec based sculptor Philippe Pallafray uses polished stainless steel in his provocative work Step.

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