Command G

Shouresh Jalili, mixed media

Command G features a collection of new works by Krista Lawson, Kristen Lourie and Shouresh Jalili. 

May 25 to June 6: Tuesday to Saturday, 11-5; First Friday, June 2, 11-9pm

Meet the Artist times, TBA.

Masks are required, we will provide to anyone who doesn’t have.

Focusing on figurative and representational work, this exhibition covers a diverse range of technical and expressive approaches with each artist bringing their own unique style to the table.

Shouresh Jalili
Shouresh is a multidisciplinary visual artist with a background in design and illustration. Over the last decade Shouresh has shifted his artistic attention towards fine arts, exploring the relationship between form and void through figurative and abstract works.

Krista Lawson

Krista Lawson

Krista loves to explore portraiture and figure drawing in a variety of mediums. She has been making art forever and is always looking to grow and try new things.

Kristen Lourie

Kristen Lourie

Kristen Lourie is an artist and graphic designer based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She’s been making art for over 20 years. Her paintings are mostly abstract with a theme of bright colors, shapes with lots of movement, and occasionally a cute animal character. She is most well known for being the creator behind the brand Kodiak Milly. Her goal in any media she works with is to bring a little visual joy into the audiences’ day.

Psyclone Strikes Back

Evan Quiring, April 13 – 25

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm, evenings by appointment.

Meet Evan! Saturdays April 15, 12-3pm; April 29, 12-5pm (music by the Rockadoras on April 29th, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm (10-15 minutes each set)

We will provide masks to anyone who does not have.

From Winnipeg, Manitoba, Evan Quiring (pronounced Kwy-Ring) has been working on and off in the indy comics scene since 2002.  In addition to being the writer & artist on Psyclone Comics’, Lucha Mystery and Murder City Devil, he has done artwork for various publishers including Heroic Publishing, Dynamite Entertainment, Alternative Comics, Red Eye Press, Ronin Studios, Markosia, Sugar Skull Media, Antarctic Press, Scattered Comics and Hyperverse Comics.  

This will be my second solo art show at Cre8ery Gallery. 

You will see my work in a variety of formats, ranging from pen & ink original artwork, to prints to comic books. The original art on display will include pages from the issues of my horror/ crime comic books series, Murder City Devil, as well as original pages from my other comic book series, Lucha Mystery.  Both titles are self-published under my own Psyclone Comics imprint.

In addition to the published, original sequential art, there will be artwork of various comic book covers, book covers, album covers and pop culture pin-ups.

Infinite Horizons

Jim Thomson

March 30 to April 11, Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm.

First Friday hours, 11-9pm (no reception)

Meet the Artist times: Friday, March 31, 11am to 4pm; Saturday, April 1, 11am to 4pm, Friday April 7, 4-9pm; Saturday April 8, 11-4pm

125 Adelaide Street, 2nd floor. 204-944-0809

**$20.00 from each sale (of any amount) will be donated to Manitoba All Shepherd Rescue

Masks are required, we will provide to anyone who does not have.

Raven is my familiar in the tradition of fantasy literature. He allows me to travel in ways I cannot. These images are about moving through the landscape to experience it, rather than just being a passive observer. Raven creates the landscapes as he flies, folding and unfolding, building the world along a line with infinite horizons. We all build our worlds by moving through them. Let Raven take you through his.

Jim Thomson received his Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Architecture) in 1983 (U of Manitoba) and his Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from the University of Saskatchewan in 1985. Jim had a solo show in Wasagaming in 1990, and participated in group shows including Manitoba Society of Artists shows. While working in the graphic arts as an illustrator and production artist and later as a supplier Jim became involved in computer graphics technology. This lead to a new career as a teacher of Interactive Digital Media at Kildonan-East High School. From 2002 to 2021 Jim taught students how to use technology as a form of storytelling using art and code to produce animations, web sites, video games and VR experiences. While these current images are not directly related to game development, they are the result of a passion for storytelling and world building. Upon his retirement in June 2021, Jim returned to his traditional fine art roots and the Canadian landscape he has travelled through all his life.

Fine Craft & Tiny Paintings

Carol Stocki, Platter,
Carol Stocki, Platter,
Carol Stocki, cutting board
Carol Stocki, Cutting Board
Leslie Paulet, Tray
Brandi Shabaga, Acrylic on Canvas, 6″ x 6″ $60 (includes taxes)
Brandi Shabaga, Acrylic on Canvas, 6″ x 6″ $60 (includes taxes)

Last update March 30, 4:17pm. The new works at the top unlabeled are arriving on April 1, please note I have more to update and will be back to this on Friday! I am completely reformatting this page, check back again soon!

Brandy Shabaga, Acrylic on Canvas, 6″ x 6″ $60 (includes taxes)
Brandi Shabaga, Acrylic on Canvas, 6″ x 6″ $60 (includes taxes)
Brandi Shabaga, Acrylic on Canvas, 6″ x 6″ $60 (includes taxes)
Brandi Shabaga, Acrylic on Canvas, 6″ x 6″ $60 (includes taxes)
Brandi Shabaga, Acrylic on Canvas, 6″ x 6″ $60 (includes taxes)
Brandi Shabaga, Acrylic on Canvas, 6″ x 6″ $60 (includes taxes)
Karen Jonasson, ceramic, $

Gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm. Call 204-944-0809 or  Please review our 2D auxiliary gallery page for samples of what we have for paintings, drawings, photography etc. Curbside pick-up available before or after hours.  Available for viewings by appointment after hours. Please make appointments at least one day in advance.

Karen Jonasson, ceramic,
Karen Jonasson, mermaid,
Karen Jonasson, mermaid mug
Karen Jonasson,

Jewellery at bottom by Debra Glenn,

April 1 to May 7: Carol Stocki, Brandi Shabaga, and Karen Jonasson

Please note we have a lot more work in the gallery than what is available online on our website!

Debra Glenn
Debra Glenn
Debra Glenn
Debra Glenn, B230-07,

Auxiliary Gallery

All works at the top of this page are arriving at cre8ery on March 25th between 11am and 2pm.

Dawn Schmidt, Secret Sustenance, Acrylic, 14″ round, $150 (includes taxes)
Dawn Schmidt, Over Hills and Bales, Acrylic, 48″ x 32″, $1400 (includes taxes)
Derek Blake Picnic, 36″ x 48″, $700 (includes taxes)

Last update March 24, 2:30pm.

Hours: Tues to Sat, 11-5, evenings by appointment; First Fridays, 11-9pm.

Derek Blake, Almak, 36″ x 48″, $700 (includes taxes)
George Tanner, September Falls
acrylic, 24” x 22”, $575 (includes taxes)
George Tanner, Patch of Blue
acrylic, 18” x 14”, $300 (includes taxes)

call 204-944-0809 or email to purchase online for pick up or shipping. For 3D artwork, jewelry, ceramics, etc. please view our fine craft page.

Chelsea Gerstenhofer, Beaudry Provincial Park, Acryilc on Canvas, 20″ x 16″, (26.5″ x 22.5″, $350 (includes taxes)
Chelsea Gerstenhofer, Windmills at Winkler, Acrylic on canvas, 16″ x 12″, Unframed, $130 (includes taxes)

Each artist has up to 3-5 works available in the gallery, 2 are posted per artist on the website and we hope you will visit us in person to see more! If you are unable to, please contact me and I’ll forward the additional images to you.

Heather Gillespie, Serendipity, 12″ x 24″, Acrylic on canvas, $325 (includes taxes)
Heather Gillespie, Look Up, 12″ x24″, Acrylic on canvas, $325 (includes taxes)
Terry Murray, Peony Bud, 17″ x 20″, watercolour, framed, $425 (includes taxes)

Masks are required due to owner and only staff being immune compromised, we will provide if you do not have. For full screen viewing, click image, click the back browser button to return to the list.

To April 15: Gwen Gill, Jennetje VanWent, Avery Asher, Margery Koop, Earl Sina, Linda Olzewski, Mike Shoofs, Jacquie Trudeau

Terry Murray, Stem of Monkshood, 16″ x 22″ watercolour, $450 (includes taxes)
Leslie Paulet, 48″ x 10″, Acrylic on wood panel, $95 each (includes taxes)

To April 29: Leslie Paulet, Terry Murray, Chelsea Gerstenhofer, Dawn Schmidt, Derek Blake, William Steele, George Tanner, Heather Gillespie.

April 15 to May 27: Autumn Robbie Dreward, Tanis Gray, Robert Allan Courtney, Dmitry Kirshner, Colin Toews, Rebecca Nicholls, Elaine Clerc, Suzie Wong, Haley Bean.

Arriving March 25, Art by Leslie Paulet

William Steele, The Revolution, Digital art print, 16″ x 24″, $200 (includes taxes)
William Steele, The Relief, Digital Art Print, 16″ x 24″, $200 (includes taxes)
Margery Koop, Dance after the Storm, 18″ x 24″, Acrylic ink on Canvas, $300 (includes taxes)
Margery Koop, Papillion Blue, 16″ x 40″, acrylic and ink on canvas, $400 (includes taxes)
Gwen Gill, Albert Street, 20″ x 24″, $450 (includes taxes)
Gwen Gill, Canola Field 2, Acrylic on Canvas, 10″ x 20″, $100 (includes taxes)
Linda Olzewski, Mountain Meadow, watercolour, 19.75″ x 23.5″, Watercolour, framed, $250 (includes taxes)
Linda Olzewski, Underwater Moon 2, watercolour, 21.5″ x 25.5″, $300 (includes taxes)
Avery Ascher, Forming II, 8″ x 10″, $80 (includes taxes)
Avery Ascher, Forming I, 8″ x 10″, $80 (includes taxes)
Mike Schoofs, Puddle Jumper, 8″ x 10″, Acrylic on Canvas, $65 (includes taxes)
Mike Schoofs, Halftime, 9″ x 12″, Acrylic on canvas board, framed, $110 (includes taxes)
Janettje Van Went, Attack of the innocence, Acrylic, 36″ x 48″, $500 (includes taxes)
Janettje Van Went, The Ruins of Gold Fever, acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 36″, $200 (includes taxes)
Barb Watson, Clowning Around, Acrylic on Canvas, 24″ x 24″, $675 (includes taxes)
Barb Watson, Blue Collar, Acrylic on Canvas, 24″ x 36″, $975 (includes taxes)
Andrew Ross, Fit in, Photography, Framed in Black, 8″ x 10″, $60 (includes taxes)
Andrew Ross, Suceed, Photography, framed in Black, 8″ x 10″, (includes taxes).
Jacqueline Trudeau, It’s A Tangle, 15″ x 17″, $150 (includes taxes)
Jacqueline Trudeau, Clambake, watercolour, framed, 16″ x 13.5″, $150 (Includes taxes)
Earl Rina, The Golden Yellow Fields, Acrylic on Canvas, 20″ x 16″, $420 (includes taxes)
Earl Rina, Evocative Rich Grass Field, Acrylic on Canvas, 20″ x 16″, $420 (includes taxes)

Norma Jones, Field of dreams, Acrylic on board, 10″ x 20″ $65 (includes taxes)

April 29 to June 10: Lydia Bartel, Shirley Myren, Stephanie Westdal, David Howell, Heather Little John, Christian Yachel, Laura Gross, Chis Boult, Patricia Garrod, Laura Gross.

May 27 to July 1: Alicia Naish, Dean Richart, Helma Rogge Raiders, Jackie Turnbull, Ana MRC, Connie Haw, Dodie Mitchell, Julia Penny, Nick Burns, Connie Wawruck Hemmitt

June 3 to July 8: Serena, Ruth Kamenev, Coura Ba, Barb Hoffman, Jacobus van Houdt, Francine Martin, BL, Ruth Kamenev, Coura Ba, Barb Hoffman, Francine Martin, Willow Funk, Jacobus vanWent

July 1 to September 9 (this timeframe is longer due to being closed as a gallery from July 19 to August 17th.), Roberta Sparling, Jackie Turnbull, Ana A, Prabhjot, Dave Pruden, Laura Giesbrecht, more TBA.

July 8 (drop off) to September 23rd (longer due to being closed July 19 to August 17th), more TBA.

September 9 to….

September 23 to…

October 14 to…Sara Granousky, Brian Stefaniuk,

October 28 to