Odds N’Ends: The Everything Show

Odds n’Ends: The Everything Show!” is an exhibition of “a little of this and a little of that” from almost 70 local artist members!  In this show you will find portraiture, abstract paintings in different styles, imaginary landscapes, prairie scenes, florals, and quirky works.  The exhibition will be hung salon style in a grid with 24″ x 24″ pieces stacked in the main gallery-end to end! Works are available in a range of prices as well from $100 to $3000 as some are tightly detailed and others are a splash of fun. To see the full available collection for sale, you’ll have to pop by to see the exhibition! We’ve shown a few images on this page of works that will be in this exhibition

Exhibit opens Saturday, January 14 at 11am:

Exhibition Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm to January, 28, 5pm.

Meet the artist days & times are being set up – see below. We will keep updating this page as we get closer to the exhibition start date.

Leslie Paulet

Featuring these artists 

Amy Dubois (c)

Angela Taylor

Ashley Segal (Meet the Artist Jan 14)

Audrey Dagger

Barb Watson (c)

Bill Rademaker

Brenton Van Hussen-Olson

Carrie Paulicelli

Bonnie Hallman (January 21, time TBA)

Bonnie Y. Bodnarchuk (c)

Brian Longfield

Carla Toews

Carrie Paulicelli (no meet the artist time)

David Colvin (Jan 21, 1pm – 3pm)

Desiree Mendoza

Dodie Mitchell (Thursday, January 12, Time TBD)

Drew Perry (Thursday, June 19, TBD)

Elizabeth Macrae

Erica Holloway

Faye Hall

Gary Potter

George Tanner (Jan 19)

Gowan Doandbe

Gwen Gill

Gwen Gill (c)

Heather Boyd

Heather Gillespie (artist time, tbd)

Helen Harper

Irene Pohorecka

Jackie Kozminchuk (c)

Jackie Turnbull (Thursday, Janaury 19th, meet the artist)

Janis Nickel

Janet Letkeman

Jannetje VanWent (meet the artist, January 18)

Jared Loewen

Jennifer LaBella

Jahaziel Gonzales-Mendoza (Meet the Artist, January 21 & January 28, 11-3pm)

Joanne Berger

Jordan Miller (meet the artist, all hours of show)

Julia Penny (meet the artist, January 18)

Julia Mary Langer (meet the artist, Jan. 21, TBA)

June Derksen (Thursday, Jan 19, 12-3pm)

Kari Taylor Lehman (c)

Kim Sysa

Kristina Zabawa Ryan

Laura Gross (tentatively meet the artist Jan 20 / 21, TBC)

Lee Beaton (meet the artist, January 28)

Leslie Paulet (meet the artist January 21, 3-5pm)

Linda Olzewski (meet the artist times: Jan 14, 11-4; Jan 18 1-4, Jan 28, 1-4)

Liz Leones (Meet the artist January 21)

Lori Ferguson

Lydia Bartel

Marlene Roy

Lori Ferguson

Marilyn Folson (c)

Maureen Babb

Mike Schoofs (c)

Monica Blackmon (Thursday, January 19)

Norma Jones (Meet the Artist, Tuesday, Jan 17)

Olivia Leader (Meet the Artist, Tuesday, January 17)

Pamela Desmet Franklin (Meet the Aritst: January 20 & 27)

Mike Schoofs

Patricia Garrod

Peggy Sanders (Meet the Artist, January 18)

Pink Panda

Rebecca Jewel Nicholls

Rey Fritsch

Roberta E. Sparling (c)

Ruth Kamenev (c)

Sandra Proulx (meet the artist January 14, 12-3pm)

Sarah Collard (c)

Sheri Turner (c)

Susan Crawford-Young (c)

Stephanie Westdal (meet the artist January 28, time TBA)

Susan Hope (meet the artist-January 14)

Tanis Gray (meet the artist – January 20, time TBA)

Terry Murray (meet the artist – January 26)

Timothy G. Peters (Saturdays, by appointment)

Tyler Barrett, Prairie Plaster

Visually Speaking

Nov 17-Dec 13, 2022

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm. First Friday: 11am to 8pm

204-944-0809 or jordan@cre8ery.com

125 Adelaide St, 2nd fl, Winnipeg, MB, Masks Mandatory.

A painting or photograph is a visual dance of the artist’s imagination. It is a universal language of self-expression which precedes oral language, making thoughts visible.  “Speaking Visually” is the collaboration of visual expression from Manitoba artists, Roger V. Sutherland (acrylic painter), Denise LeBleu (photographer), Lydia Bartel-Zobarich (acrylic painter) and Jo Smoley (Mixed Media artist).

This exquisite variety of pictorial communication will evoke a memory, an emotion, a story or even challenge your perception. Experience paintings when no words can adequately describe a moment or a photo to touch your emotions where words were unable.

I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way —things I had no words for—Georgia O’Keeffe

Lydia Bartels‘ creative endeavours began early in childhood with drawing and doodling.  She revisited art while convalescing from a difficult surgery.  She used art as a method of distraction, while doing so, she discovered that she enjoys the creative side. As she continues on her journey of learning and experimentation with abstract, landscapes and animals, she drew strength and inspiration from other artists and the variety of mediums used. She continues to challenge herself to express art for the beauty it allows while faced with uncertainty such as the pandemic, climate change, or facets of social change experienced throughout our very complex world.

Jo Smoley is a multimedia artist. Her strong connection with nature is expressed in her artwork. A passionate hiker and kayaker, keeps her immersed in the places she loves to paint. Her art captures the sensations of spirit and whispers of Canada’s natural forests and waterways. She gets endless inspiration from the Chi around her.  You can also find her artwork at Warehouse Artworks, Art Expo and Gwen Fox Gallery.

Denise LeBleu was born and raised in Carman, Manitoba.  In 2010, I moved to Cambridge Bay, Nunavut approximately 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle. In 2019 I followed my heart and returned to my prairie home. My passion started in high school when my graphic arts teacher introduced me to photography. My love of nature and the outdoors are deeply embedded in my soul and for me photography has the power to bring people into the moment I experienced.  My work can be found in many private collections and businesses across Canada and the United States of America. I have shown in The Gwen Fox Gallery, The Golden Prairie Arts Council, Wayne Arthur Gallery, cre8ery, Manitoba Art Expo and The Home Renovation Show. 

Roger Sutherland

Roger Sutherland was born and raised in St. Boniface, Manitoba. He started painting wildlife and prairie landscapes. He experimented with painting on plywood, Masonite, paper and canvas using various methods of painting. Over time my painting style evolved into abstract painting giving him the freedom to express concepts and emotion. Currently he is self-employed as a carpenter, renovator, and abstract artist living in Winnipeg, MB. He has shown at cre8ery, Wayne Arthur Gallery, La Maison des Artistes, and other galleries within Manitoba.

Naked, Sleepless & Hot Pink

Naked, Sleepless, Hot Pink, An Exhibition by Rey Fritsch

November 3 to 15, 2022: 

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm, First Friday, November 4, 11am to 8pm (no reception) Artist in Attendance First Friday, 5 to 8pm & Saturdays 12 noon to 5pm.

204-944-0809, jordan@cre8ery.com

Masks Mandatory

Artist statement – “It’s like everything I never wanted to say aloud, memories I’ve never lived, adventures I’ve never had, people I’ve never met , places I’ve never visited – most that have never existed, until I scribbled it down in paint , a story that no one knows – and the magic is that anyone can now share in the adventures ,places and people , they never knew existed inside of them before now. That is art. It is all very surreal to me, very magical and mysterious . It’s not a way of life it is life, it’s everywhere, I’m just a story teller. “
Bio – Rey Fritsch is a Canadian pop surrealist painter who gained notoriety after posting one of her paintings on her social media pages on December 29th, 2016. By the start of 2017 she began to amass a global following of dedicated fans, clients, and collectors. Painting a wide variety of subjects, in an array of mediums, you will almost always find her “happy color”, hot pink, peeking through the layers and textures of paint. Whether it be a study in female form, her innovative take on portraiture, or her own unique approach to the often banal pet portrait, Rey executes each and every one of her paintings in her own inimitable style: with wild, vivid arcs of thick acrylic delirium that coat her canvases like a technicolor dream.

Flying the Coop, Brandi Shabaga

Flying the Coop, Brandi Shabaga,

October 20 to November 1, 2022,

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm.

Masks Mandatory

204-944-0809 / jordan@cre8ery.com

Any extended hours and meet the artist times will be listed here, please check back later this summer.

Created during periods of lockdown, uncertainty, and stress, this body of work aims to bring colour, joy, and light to an otherwise dark period. Flying The Coop is an exhibit of avian-themed works filled with elements of graphic design and bold colour palettes, for nature lovers alike. With multiple collections and mini-series part of the exhibit, a range of mediums are showcased including acrylic, collage, graphic art, and watercolours.

Inspired by the World’s resolve to find moments of calm and stillness amongst the chaos of the early days of the pandemic, Flying the Coop is a collection that reflects the relationship so many rekindled with nature during this time. From active birdwatching to backyard retreats filled with songbird melodies, many of us can say that we were intimately aware and engaged with the lives of birds while we all “stayed home”. Whether they brought us entertainment, helped us find a peaceful moment, or made us a little envious with their ability to spread their wings and freely roam the skies while we were cooped up, birds (for many) played a role in reconnecting with nature; catalyzing a chain reaction to slow down, re-prioritize, and look inward.

Brandi Shabaga is a contemporary mixed media artist and earth scientist from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Her research has taken her across the globe – from the Canadian Arctic to the Gobi Desert – fueling her passion for adventure and supplying endless inspiration for her artwork. While working primarily in acrylic paint, plaster, and gel mediums, she also enjoys experimenting with her art and loves incorporating elements of monoprinting, collage, and photography.

With a love for nature sparked at a young age, Shabaga was inspired to pursue a career dedicated to studying, understanding, and doing her part to protect the amazing planet we all call home. Impacted by the onset of the pandemic in 2020, she decided to leave academia and shift her career focus to allow for a re-envisioned future surrounded by, and working with, other artists. Shabaga now splits her time between working in the studio and working in scholarly publishing – where she channels her creativity into marketing and science communication.

While her art practice is ever changing and evolving, Shabaga’s connection with nature is a constant in her work. Other inspirations include music, 60s counterculture perspectives, and the human condition as viewed through an anthropological lens.

5 Years of Fibre: TFAM

Five Years of Fibre: Textile and Fibre Artists of Manitoba 2022 Member Show

October 7 to 18, Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm, First Friday, October 6, 11am to 8pm.

Masks Mandatory.

125 Adelaide Street, 2nd floor, 204-944-0809 or jordan@cre8ery.com

Artist StatementFive Years of Fibre: a visual, tactile expression of creativity and community

Elowen Braunstein-Black
Rita Shields
Cindy Smyth
Linda Bailey
Tania Deleva
Leona Schroeder
Marj Moore
Rosemarie Peloquin
Suzanne Cenerini
Coreen Zerr
Jaynie Himsl
Kim Sysa
Judy Burch
Jeannine Fergusson
Adeline Sellwood
Bev Crowston
Lynda Matchullis
Susan Selby
Ruth Ens
Patricia Anderson
Theresa Shaw
Yvonne Rempel
Michelle Gaber
Elaine Filyk
Krista Zeghers
Cindy Dyson
Yvonne Carlson
Cathie Ugrin

TFAM BioThe Textile and Fibre Artists of Manitoba (TFAM) is a non-profit fibre arts group founded in September 2017. The current membership count is 68 members from urban and rural areas of Manitoba and Canada. TFAM has been involved in numerous Events, Workshops, Presentations & Receptions, Meetings, Newsletters and Exhibits including Manitoba Moments, ICE, River, Shifting Perspective and JOY. Throughout the pandemic, TFAM continued to support its members through monthly ZOOM Meetings, online workshops, a gallery/ museum reference section on the Website, the opportunity to give back to the community through various mask intuitives, and a COVID Fibre Art Journal Challenge which has been donated to the Manitoba Museum as part of their permanent collection. TFAM is honoured to be one of the co-sponsors of the Journeys in Thread Fibre Art Symposium taking place in Birtle, MB in June 2022.

Current Connections, Jordan + Sari

Collaboration, Jordan Miller & Sari Habiluk, Acrylic, 30″ x 30″.

Current Connections, Jordan Miller & Sari Habiluk

September 22 to October 4, 2022, Public Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm.

Meet the Artists: Jordan will be in attendance everyday & additional hours by appointment; Sari: September 29, 30 & October 1, 11am to 5pm.

125 Adelaide Street, 2nd floor

landline: 204-944-0809 / email: jordan@cre8ery.com

Jordan’s blog story about mentoring Sari Habiluk & the connection Jordan has to her work here.

Exhibition Statement: Individuals experience different emotional reactions resulting in different forms of expression. Abstract intuitive artists, Sari Habiluk and Jordan Miller, translate their emotions into art after experiencing life events, finding strength to regain emotional balance. As empathetic and understanding friends, our connections are drawn together through art.

Art has a healing power, it can capture and celebrate experiences through manipulation of colour, mediums and tool use. Aggressive marks or soft blends, show different emotional connections of thought processes in a moment of time. Creating intuitively while “painting it out” results in discoveries or answers to emotions felt, resolving our mindset.

Jordan Miller, Alcohol ink and Acrylic Ink on Yupo, Mounted on Birch Panel, 18″ x 24″.

Colour plays a important role in art conversations changing the mood or feeling. It can be loud and vibrant like a thunderstorm, or soft and subtle like a sunrise. Calmness is felt when painting in soft tones like blues, pink, and purples. Intensity is captured with yellows, red, and oranges, or deep dark purples and blues.

Experience our emotional and spiritual selves as both independent works and dual collaborations. Share our CURRENT CONNECTIONS, in a meeting of the minds with different, yet familiar voices.

Jordan Miller, a Winnipeg artist, consultant, and gallery owner, graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (U of Manitoba, Honours, ’02) with majors in Drawing, Painting & Mixed Media. She also holds a diploma in Arts and Cultural Management (U of Winnipeg, ’08).

Current memberships include Creative Manitoba, and Mentoring Art for Women’s Art (MAWA). Jordan is a past Member of Manitoba Society of Artists, aceart, Urban Shaman, and CARFAC.  She has mentored artists in both the creation and the marketing of art. Currently she can be hired privately or though MAWA’s Mentor on the Fly Program.

Jordan has exhibited in art galleries in Winnipeg (Pulse Gallery, Fleet Galleries, cre8ery, Gallery Lacosse, Urban Shaman Gallery, Gallery 111, outworks) and in Rural Manitoba: Gallery in the Park (Altona), Fusion Art Centre (Portage), Golden Prairie Arts Council (Carman), Birchwood Art Gallery and Gas Station Arts Centre.

In 2011, Jordan was the recipient of the 35th Annual Woman of Distinction Award (arts).  In 2015, the Province of Manitoba purchased “Finding Home” which made a permanent home at Canada House on Donald Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Jordan was one of three finalists for the Future Leaders Of Manitoba Awards in 2015.

Jordan paints in an abstract style with acrylics, acrylic inks, and alcohol inks. She is always working on her next exhibition.  She is the owner and director of cre8ery gallery & studio, works as an art consultant, mentor, and artist.

Privately collected across Canada, the US, and Luxenbourg.

Painting by Sari Habiluk

Sari Habiluk is an intuitive-abstract visual artist. She has created various commissioned works over the years and has shown her pieces out of a number of different spaces. Most notably, the cre8ery gallery & studio, in Winnipeg’s exchange district.

Being a member of the gallery since 2013 has substantially inspired and influenced the growth of her artistic style. The mentorship under fellow visual artist Jordan Miller, Executive Director of cre8ery gallery and past Woman of Distinction award winner, in particular has been the impetus for her decision to focus on intuitive abstract painting.

Sari’s paintings have a unique style. Her work is vibrant and evokes a sense of whimsy that translates over multiple styles, from landscapes to the abstract. Though, intuitive abstract is where her passion and focus lie. The multiple layers of details and movement flow together, to create complex and intricate emotive worlds, in the moment.

Habiluk has also dipped her brush into the world of murals. She had previously assisted in the priming and background painting for local muralists, Mandy Van Leeuwen and Michel Saint-Hilaire; in the projects at Rainbow Stage in Kildonan Park and the Nellie McClung mural on Sargent Street.

With nine group exhibitions and two solo under her belt, Sari continues to learn and experiment with new techniques, one of them being a comic strip. Her dark comedy comic Un-Supermarket has been published in two university papers, The Uniter and The Manitoban from 2015-2017.

Her body of work continues to grow and evolve as her style explores more intuitive and emotional subject matter.

Privately collected in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, and the Yukon; Sari Habiluk, raised in Winnipeg, currently lives and works in Selkirk, MB.

Fine Craft & Sculptures

Last update September 23rd with new works arriving on the 24th. Please email for any missing info/images/full collection! We have more jewelry, ceramics, and sculptures available than what is on this website page.

Regular hours Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm

New works by Tamara Roshka, Lois Hogg, Tanis Bannister, September 24 to October 4, 2022.

For purchases online contact Jordan at 204-944-0809 or jordan@cre8ery.com.  Please review our 2D auxiliary gallery page for Paintings, drawings, etc. Curbside pick-up available before or after hours.  Available for viewings by appointment after hours. Please make appointments in advance.

Steve Jorgenson, Blue/Purple/pink design, Smaller Mug, $37 each (includes taxes)

Steve Jorgenson, Large Vase, $131; small vase, $101 (includes taxes)

Steve Jorgenson, Chip/Cracker platter and Dip bowl, $100 (includes taxes)

Decorative Goose Eggs by Jackie Kozminchuk. Photos printed on silk, hand painted flowers in acrylic, gold trim braids and artificial diamond chains. 13 available, $145 each (includes taxes)

Maureen Babb, Alight, Opalite, silver plate. Chain = 18″ $40 (includes taxes)

Maureen Babb, The Watcher, Cat’s Eye glass, Swarovski crystal, silver-plate – Chain = 23″, $40 (includes taxes)

Maureen Babb, Truth in Little Places, Brass, Chrysocolla, Chain = 16″, $40 (includes taxes)

Maureen Babb, Practice, Amethyst, Silver-plate, Swarovski crystal – Chain = 17″, $60 (includes taxes)

2 cups by Lainie Rosner, Speckled white, green, and blue pinch cup (x2) 4” x 31/2” $25 each

Debra Glenn, N21-28, $35 (includes taxes)

Debra Glenn, N21-07, Copper, $40 (plus PST)

Debra Glenn, E21-23, Copper, $30 (includes taxes)

Debra Glenn, E21-04, Copper, $40 (includes taxes)

Debra Glenn, N21-24, Filagree with Onyx on Sterling Silver Rope Chain, $50 (plus PST)

Debra Glenn, B331 Bracelet, $40 (includes taxes)

Debra Glenn, E21-03, Copper, $50 (plus Pst)

Debra Glenn, N18-21, Cast Sterling Leaf with geode, Sterling Silver Chain, $120 (plus PST)

Debra Glenn, E21-24, Aquamarine and sterling earrings, $55 (plus PST)

Debra Glenn, N21-21, $50 (plus PST)

Debra Glenn, E20-05, Facetted Smokey Quartz, $25 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, B328, Turquoise Patina Copper Cuff with Flower, $120 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, E19-08, Brown, white, around agate with copper hooks, $20 (Plus PST)
Debra Glenn, E437, Copper Serpentine Earrings, $45 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, E10-04, 3/4″ red/gold, Alcohol Ink circles, $20 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, N21-25, $65 (plus tax)
Debra Glenn, N367, $90 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, B21-09, $40 plus PST
Debra Glenn, B330, Copper Cuff with Medallion, $80 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, B20-07, Milky Way Scarab Cuff, $90 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, B21-02, Copper 2″ turquoise  $45 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, B329, Cuff, Green Cork, leather strips with rivettes, $50 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, e21.20, Turquoise copper ovals with brass symbols, $25 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, E21-13, Copper Concave disc with spiral and coin pearl, $40 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, N21.04,  Green Sea Glass with 3d copper centre piece, $40 (plus PST)
Debra Glenn, N21.06, copper triangle with seed beads and heishi necklace, $60 (plus PST)

Auxiliary Gallery

Jackie Turnbull, Geranium, 8″ x 8″, Acrylic and Acrylic pen, $50 (includes taxes)

New works at the top arrived September 17th! Interested in works? Email jordan@cre8ery.com or call l-204-944-0809 Last update September 20 at 12:30pm.

Public Hours: Tues to Sat, 11am to 5pm, 125 Adelaide St, 2nd fl. Available for appointment after hours. Closed Sunday & Monday. Masks are Mandatory, we will provide if you do not have. 

Jackie Turnbull, Monarch, Acrylic and Acrylic ink, 8″ x 8″, $50 (includes taxes)

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To Oct 8: Lori Ferguson, Warren Kachmar, Monika Hansen, Carrie Paulicelli, David Colvin, Janis Nickel, Joanne Berger, Anja Studer.

To Oct 22: Cassandra Wolfe, Jackie Turnbull, Gary Potter, Drew Perry, Tameem Safi, Francine Martin, Pat Penner, Tyler Barrett.

Oct 8 to Nov 12: Bill Rademaker, Carla Rademaker, Ashley Segal, Jared Loewen, Ana MRC, Brian Stefaniuk, Ryan Lucenkiew, Ron Risley

Jackie Turnbull, Peony, Acrylic and Acrylic ink pen, 8″ x 8″, $50 (includes taxes)

Oct 22 to Nov 26: Rey Fritsch, Brenton, Pamela Desmet Franklin, Greg Petzold, Lucie Madeline Delisle, Marie Bodner, Huguette LaCroix Gauthier, Shosh Shalev Minuk, Michelle Blackmon.

Nov 12 to Tuesday, Dec 14: Nick Card, Denise LeBleu, Nikki Braun, Jahaziel, Erica Holloway, Bernard Ferguson, Jim Thomson, Jo Smoley, Debra Glenn.

Nov 26 to February 4: Kari Lehman, Gail Sawatsky, Nancy Bromell, Sheldon Dawson, Murray Toews, Gail Sawatssky, Roxana Duguay, Audrey Dagger, Bob Hansen, Bhavni Bhakoo.

Jackie Turnbull, Happiness, Acrylic and Acrylic pen, 20″ x 20″, $200 (includes taxes)

Dec 13 (drop off) cre8ery will be closed December 14 to re opening Saturday January 14 to February 18:  Robert Coulter, Marilyn Folson, Bonnie Bodnarchuk, Faye Hall, Peggy Sanders, Heather Boyd, Olivia Leader.

Feb 4 to March 11, Jerome Greencorn, Mar Desmet

Feb 18 to March 25.

March 11 to April 15.

March 25 to April 29.

Jackie Turnbull, Swallowtail, Acrylic and Acrylic pen, 8″ x 8″, $50 (includes taxes)

Pat Penner, Robin, Mixed Media, 4″ x 6″, 7″ x 9″, $50 (includes taxes)

Pat Penner, Red Chairs, mixed media, 12.25″ x 19.75″, $250 (includes taxes)

Francine Martin, Stuck in the Middle (way) framed Mixed media on paper, 15″ x 15″, $388 (includes taxes)

Francine Martin, Garden Variety Anxiety #1, Mixed Media Collage, 6″ x 6″, $218 (includes taxes)

Francine Martin, Garden Variety – Anxiety #2, Mixed Media, 6″ x 6″, $218 (includes taxes)

Francine Martin, Garden Variety – Anxiety #4, Mixed Media, 6″ x 6″, $218 (includes taxes)

Francine Martin, Working Class Love Affair, mixed media collage on paper, 10″ x 12″, $391 (includes taxes)

Tyler Barrett, Ironic, Plaster and Rust, 11″ x 14″, 3, $400 (includes taxes)

Cassandra Wolfe, Spinal Tap, 2021, 10.5″ x 10.5″, mixed media on panel, $65 (includes taxes)

Cassandra Wolfe, Offering, 2021, 8″ x 10″, mixed media shadowbox, $70 (includes taxes)

Cassandra Wolfe, Galaxy Boats, 2021, 11″ x 14″, framed print, collage, $50 (Includes taxes)

Cassandra Wolfe, wahkotowin, collage print, 16″ x 24″, $70 (includes taxes)

Cassandra Wolfe, Cracked Up Isolation, Collage Print, 16″ x 24″ $50 (includes taxes)

Tameem Safi, Red, Photograph, 12″ x 36″, $380 (includes taxes)

Tameem Safi, Calmness, 24″ x 36″, Photograph, $450 (includes taxes)

Tameem Safi, Pathway, 12″ x 36″, Photograph, $450 Includes taxes)

Tameem Safi, Full Moon, Photograph, 24″ x 31″, $350 (includes taxes)

Drew Perry, Memorial Boulevard, 13.25″ x 13.25″, (image size 7.25″), photography printed on ilford Gallery Paper, $45 each.

Drew Perry, Memorial Boulevard, 13.25″ x 13.25″, (image size 7.25″), photography printed on ilford Gallery Paper, $45 each.

Drew Perry, Memorial Boulevard, 13.25″ x 13.25″, (image size 7.25″), photography printed on ilford Gallery Paper, $45 each.

Drew Perry, Memorial Boulevard, 13.25″ x 13.25″, (image size 7.25″), photography printed on ilford Gallery Paper, $45 each.

Gary Potter, Dynastic Dragon, Mixed Media on Canvas, 18″ x ” $200 (includes taxes)

Gary Potter, Resilence, Mixed Media, 36″ x 18″, $225 (includes taxes)

Gary Potter, Web, 36″ x 24″, Mixed Media $220 (includes taxes)

Gary Potter, Kaleidoscope, 36″ x 18″, $200 (includes taxes)

Anja Studer, Colourfully Preserved, 9.25″ x 4.25″ x 3.5″, embroidery on grater, $150 (includes taxes)

Anja Studer, Trustingly Reduced, 15″ x 7.75″, embroidery on grater, $150 (includes taxes)

Anja Studer, Purely Saved, Embroidery on Sieve, 9″ x 3.5″, $75 (includes taxes)

Anja Studer, Hopefully Lowered Embroidery on Recycled Sieve, 9.25 x 4.25″, x 3.5″d $150 (includes taxes)

Lori Ferguson, City Street, oil on canvas, 24″ x 24″, $450 (includes taxes)

Lori Ferguson, Wilderness, oil on canvas, 36″ x 36″, $1125 (includes taxes)

Lori Ferguson, Raven, Oil on Canvas, 30″ x 36″, $925 (includes taxes)

Lori Ferguson, Canada Goose, oil on canvas, 24″ x 24″, $350 (includes taxes)

Lori Ferguson, Chickadee, Oil on Canvas, 24″ x 24″, $350 (includes taxes)

Monika Hansen, Robin, 8″ x 10″, watercolour, $79 (includes taxes)

Monika Hansen, Room to Grow, oil on canvass, 10″ x 12″, $95 (includes taxes)

Monika Hansen, Whose There, 15″ x 15″, oil on canvas, $145 (includes taxes)

Monika Hansen, Pink Ladyslipper, 8″ x 12″, oil on canvas, $85 (includes taxes).

Monika Hansen, Hare in Summer, 8″ x 11, watercolour, $79 (includes taxes)

Warren Kachmar, Tulabi Falls, Acrylic (framed), 36″ x 30.75″, $2850 (includes taxes)

Warren Kachmar, Booster Lake Sunset, 5.9″x11.8″, framed 10.28″ x 16.25″, $250 (includes taxes)

Warren Kachmar, Montana Storm, watercolour on paper, 5.9″ x 11.8″, framed, 10.28″ x 16.25″, $250 (includes taxes)

Carrie Paulicelli, Dreamland, 18″ x 24″, Acrylic, mixed media, framed in natural basswood, $300 (includes taxes)

Carrie Paulicelli, Through the Storm, 30″ x 36″, Acrylic, mixed media, unframed, $350 (includes taxes)

Carrie Paulicelli, Reflecting Inwards, 18 x 24″, Acrylic, mixed media, framed in White stained poplar, $300 (includes taxes)

Carrie Paulicelli, Through the Storm, 30″ x 36″, framed, acrylic, oil pastel, graphite and pastel chalk, $400 (includes taxes)

Janis Nickel, Young Osprey, 16″ x 20″, Acrylic on Canvas board, framed, $125 (includes taxes)

Janice Nickel, Sintra, Portuagal, 20″ x 10″, Acrylic on Canvas, framed, $150 (includes taxes)

Janis Nickel, Sun Dogs, based on photo by David Kilabuk, 30″ x 15″, Acrylic on canvas, $250 (includes taxes)

Janis Nickel, Evora, Portugal, 16″ x 12″, Acrylic on Canvas, framed, $150 (includes taxes)

Janis Nickel, Albert Street, After the Rain, 16″ x 20″, Acrylic on Canvas, framed, $250 (includes taxes)

Dave Colvin, Guesthouse at Dusk Number 2, acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas, 20″ x 16″, $225 (includes taxes)

David Colvin, Gulls and Fries, acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas, 24″ x 24″, $275 (includes taxes)

David Colvin, One Disappointing Day, acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas, 16″ x 20″, $225 (includes taxes)

Dave Colvin, Post Tourism, Grand Marais, Acrylic on Canvas, 20″ x 16″, $225 (includes taxes)

David Colvin, Rarified Air, Acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas, 36″ x 36″, $625 (includes taxes)

Joanne Beger, Provence, Acrylic in Cavnas, 24″ x 48″, $650 (includes taxes)

Joanne Berger, Girl with the Red Umbrella, Acrylic on Canvas, 36″ x 18″, $400 (includes taxes)

Joanne Berger, No 1: Forest Stream, 47″ x 11.75″, $300 (includes taxes)

Jola Liebzeit, Journey, mixed media on canvas, 10″ x 20″, $150 (includes taxes)

Jola Liebzeit, Keys to Success, 12″ x 16″, mixed media on canvas, $175 (includes taxes)

Marilyn Folson, More TBA.

Feb 4 to March 11.

Feb 18 to March 25.

March 11 to April 15.

March 25 to April 29.

Jola Liebzeit, Summertime, 10″ x 20″, acrylic on canvas, $150 (includes taxes)

Jola Liebzeit, Wildflower Wanderer, 12″ x 12″, Mixed media on board, $150 (includes taxes)

Joal Liebzeit, Homecoming 20″ x 20″, mixed media on canvas, $225 (includes taxes)

Susan Birdwise, The Point, 12″ x 10″, Encaustic on Panel, $250 (includes taxes)

Susan Birdwise, The Enlightenment, encaustic on paper, 21″ x 17″, $250 (framed)

Norma Jones, Stay Calm & Carry On, Acrylic on Canvas, 8″ x 14″, $45 (includes taxes)

Heather Gillespie, Yellow Leaves, 20″ x 20″, Acrylic on Canvas, $480 (includes taxes)

Jordan Miller, Lean on Me, Acrylic and Embroidery, 24″ x 24″, $275 (includes taxes)

Kathleen Black, Sunlit Window, Wool Painting, 7.5″ x 7.5″, $65 (includes taxes)

Kathleen Black, Linny Head, basking Shark, 17″ x 22.5″, Graphite and Pencil Crayon, $245 (includes taxes)

Bhavni Bhakoo, Blue Butterfly, 24″ x 36″, $175 (includes taxes)
David Colvin, Old St. B., Line and Wash, watercolour, 9″ x 12″, black frame with white mat, $150 (includes taxes)

David Colvin, Athena’s Garden #2, 9″ x 12″, black frame, white mat, $150 (includes taxes)

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Approaching Storm, Acrylic on Canvas,
48″ x 36″, $750 (includes taxes)

Jordan Miller, Hourglass, Alcohol ink and acrylic ink on Panel Board, $625 (includes taxes)

Bill Rademaker, Foreboding Sydney, 13″ x 22″, Acrylic on Panel, $250 (includes taxes)