Sword in the Stone by Jordan Miller, 36″ x 72″, Acrylic


This exhibition is about growth, change and outside influences. What happens through experience, incident or accident appears in our art. Through collaboration, we have brought together our ideas which we leave as a mystery for you to comprehend. How does our art inspire or influence you?

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 27, 7-10pm

Regular Exhibition Hours: Tuesday to Friday*, 12-6pm; Saturday 12-5pm

Additional Exhibition Hours: Meet the Artsit afternoon visit, Culture Days Sunday, September 30, 12-5pm;  First Friday October 5, 12-10pm



Silent Contemplation, 11″ x 14″ Collaboration: Photography by Dave Swiecicki, Multilayer Image Transfer and mixed media by Jordan Miller.

Jordan Leigh Miller, a Winnipeg artist and arts professional, graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours from the University of Manitoba in 2002 and a diploma in Arts and Cultural Management from the University of Winnipeg in 2008. Memberships include Creative Manitoba and Mentoring Art for Women’s Art (MAWA). Jordan has exhibited in group and solo shows in Winnipeg, Carman, Altona and Portage La Prairie, Manitoba.

In 2011, Jordan was the recipient of the 35th Annual Woman of Distinction Award (arts). In 2015, Jordan was one of three finalists for the Future Leaders Of Manitoba Award.

Jordan works as an arts consultant, artist and is the executive director and co-founder of cre8ery gallery & studio (inc.) Jordan paints in an abstract style with acrylics and dabbles in mixed media. Currently, she is working on her next exhibition for Portage District Art Centre (2019).





Untitled, Grain Elevator, Yorkton Saskatchewan, Photography and Image transfer by Dave Swiecicki, 12″ x 16″

Dave Swiecicki is an artist, musician, photographer and video artist living and working in Winnipeg. Even while immersed in music for more than a decade as keyboardist and guitar player for Winnipeg hard rock outfit Jet Set Satellite, Dave Swiecicki’s sense of composition, atmosphere and texture conjured rich, cinematic visuals possessing both resonant subtlety and moving drama. The camera is his main instrument of choice although he explores in paint, image transfers and mixed media.

Dave’s unbridled passion to be creative has driven him to spend endless hours in the studio creating an impressive portfolio with a breathtaking visual aesthetic inspired by everything from the films of Stanley Kubrick to the print design of Saul Bass.