Walk Away, 2023 by Patrick Treacy

Patrick Treacy, October 19-November 7, 2023

Gallery regular hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm

Extended Hours:

Friday, October 20, 11-8pm.

First Friday, November 3, 11am to 9pm.

Meet the Artist Times: Friday, October 20, 5-8pm, First Friday, November 3, 5-9pm, Saturdays: October 21, 28 and Nov 4: 12-3.

“I incline to the view that reality is, figuratively speaking, a theater, arbitrarily circumscribed so that what passes within it can seem or be comprehensible and meaningful”. – Marilynne Robinson

Devil for Small Things, 2023, Patrick Traecy

In Rehearsals, I use found imagery, to create theatrical narratives. My intent in these paintings is to produce liminal landscapes: places of transition, disruption and possibility that arise out of my combining disparately sourced elements. I am also fascinated with gesture, the way we humans position our arms and limbs and what our resulting gestures can convey. Gesture is primal to human communication, to the stories we tell ourselves and others. The narratives I paint are not specific. There is often no single or clear meaning, no easily determined perspective. I am interested in multiple perspectives, how each being in a painting carries at least one story. And how no one story is primary. I am drawn to the uncanny, the mysterious, the unexpected and to environments that seem marginal, peripheral and that offer the viewer a sense of being betwixt and between, being both awake and dreaming.

Magic Hour, 2023 by Patrick Treacy

Artist Bio 2023

Patrick Treacy was born in Hornepayne, Ontario and has lived and worked in Winnipeg for over fifty years. In the 1970’s, he studied art at the University of Manitoba and received a BFA Honours Degree. He is interested in producing work that references history, emphasizes interconnectedness and that expresses the multitudinous nature of being in this world. He lives and works from his home studio in the West End of Winnipeg. He has received grants from The Winnipeg Arts Council, Manitoba Arts Council and the Canada Council. His work is in numerous private and public collections.

Latent Knowledge Translated

Danielle Fontaine Koslowsky

Featuring Bernard Ferguson, Sandra Vincent, Danielle Fontaine Koslowsky.

September 28-October 17, Tuesday to Saturday, 11-5pm; Evenings by appointment, open later for First Friday, October 6, 11am to 9pm.

Meet the Artist:

September 30, 12-5pm

October 6, 5-9pm

or by appointment.

GROUP ARTIST STATEMENT: Time capsules of the human experience reside in the depths of consciousness. Latent aspects of knowledge lie dormant awaiting invitation through artistic translation. These transient ideas are expressed through different mediums resulting in diverse experiences.

Sandra Vincent

Danielle Fontaine Koslowsky is a Franco-Manitoban visual artist. Her body of work explores the nebulous subject of the interior life. Her practice, rooted in the contemplative path and the study of the mystics, explores her own inner landscape; a fractal of the human experience. Her work, like a mirror, reflects back to the self its journey inwards, beckoning the viewer on their own journey into the interior life.

Sandra Vincent is an award-winning ceramic sculptor. Her work reflects the intersection of her love of the natural environment and the impact of humans. Sandra’s new body of work explores the Sacred Feminine.

Bernard Ferguson

Bernard Ferguson is a Winnipeg mixed media artist that invites the veiled transient aspects of the mind into a dialogue through abstract painting. As a multidisciplined artist Bernard appreciates the art process as an evocative conduit of expressive communication. Utilizing different mediums allows his work to be more relevant and adaptive in life’s journey. Through ceramics, clay is seen as reflective and responsive to our state of being which is absorbed and embedded in a vessel form. 

Fine Craft Auxiliary Gallery

Sonia Rothenmund, Bird and Bee Bath, Speckled Turquoise, Ceramic, 5.1″ x 10.5″, $225 (includes taxes)

Last update August 26 at 11:30am

Sonia Rothenmund, Birch Bark, Small Vessel, Plum Purple, Ceramic, 5″ x 3″ (approx) $45 (includes taxes)

Gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-5pm, evenings by appointment, open later for First Fridays of each Month, not open for First Friday, August 2023 due to holiday hours.

Sonia Rothenmund, Large Whimsical Birch Bark, tree plan pot and saucer plate, 7″ x 5″ x 1″ x 8″ (approx), $125 (includes taxes)
Sonia Rothenmund, Small Birch Bark Vessel, with lid, Burnt Orange, 3.5″ x 4.5″, $35 (includes taxes)
Sonia Rothenmund, Birch Bark Cups available in Seaweed Green, Plum Purple, Light Blue and Burnt Orange, 4″ x 4.25″, $30 each (includes taxes)

Call 204-944-0809 or email  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. 

We have many more pieces in the gallery than what is available for previewing online.

August 17 to October 18: Sonia Rothemund & Bill Rademaker

Sonia Rothemund, Birch Bark Cups available in Seaweed Green, Plum Purple, Light Blue and Burnt Orange, 4″ x 4.25″, $30 each (includes taxes)
Sonia Rothenmund, Birch Bark Cups available in Seaweed Green, Plum Purple, Light Blue and Burnt Orange, 4″ x 4.25″, $30 each (includes taxes)
Sonia Rothenmund, 3 Set Bee Bath Mushrooms, Blooming Celadon, Tallest 3″ x 5″ Medium 2.5″ x 2.3″, smallest 2″ x 2″, $25 (includes taxes)
Sonia Rothenmund, Bee Bath Mushroom, Root Beer Colour, Ceramic, 4.2″ x 4.0″
Sonia R, large plate, black bark, burnt orange, 1″ x 10.69″, $50 (includes taxes)
Sonia R. side plate profile
Sonia R, back of the plate profile
Sonia Rothenmund, 3 set Bee Bath Mushrooms, Yellow with a Splash of Sassy, Cermic, 3″ x 4″, 3″ x 3″ and 2″ x 2″, $25 (includes taxes)
Bill Rademaker, The King Bear Family, 6″ & 4″ long, $425 (includes taxes)
Bill Rademaker, Hollywood, holly, 10″ x 16″, $425 (includes taxes)
Bill Rademaker, The Family, Purple Heart, 8″ x 12″ & 10″ tall, $175 for set (includes taxes)
Bill Rademaker, The Hands of God, Verawood, 6″ x 6″ x 5″, $275 (includes taxes)

Debra Glenn, B230-07,
Debra Glenn

Auxiliary Gallery

Marlene Roy, Forest Intricacies, Mixed Media on Canvas, 18″ x 22″, framed, $325 (includes taxes)

Last update: Sept. 28, 3pm.

Marlene Roy, Breezy Day, Acrylic on Canvas, 18″ x 24″, 2022, $495 (includes taxes)
Ingrid Lincoln, 9″ x 9″, $70 (includes taxes)
Ingrid Lincoln, Fabric Collage, 9″ x 11″, $70 (includes taxes)
David Cooper, Night Clouds, 18″ x 18″, with frame 20″ x 20″, acrylic on Panel, $500 (includes taxes)
David Cooper, Well Worn, 16″ x 20″, with frame, 17″ x 21″, acrylic on canvas, $400 (includes taxes)

Public Gallery Hours: Tues to Sat, 11-5, evenings by appointment; First Fridays, 11-9pm (October 6). Open by appointment in the evenings.

Artists have 3-5 works available at the gallery, 1-2 samples of what is available are posted online. Visit us or contact for more!

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

To Oct 14: Shariff Salakoh, Ross Penner, Liliane Regnier, Janet Letkeman, Jackie Kozminchuk, Julia Langer, Cole Cancilla, Joceyln Rushworth Wilma Schroeder, & Suzanne Hunter.

To Oct 28: Marlene Roy, Drew Perry, Liz Leones, Monika Hansen, Linda Drosdowech, Paula Lewis, Ingrid Lincoln, Michelle Blackmon & David Cooper.

Masks, strongly Recommended & provided due to only staff being immune compromised. For full screen viewing, click image, click the back browser button to return to the list.

Oct 14 to Nov 18: Sarah Granovsky, Brian Stefaniuk, Sandy Proulx, Carrie Paulicelili, Rey Fritsch, Jan Rogers, Marie Bodnar, Alexis Dufault, Chris Chuckry, Mark T. Ager, Lindsay Kitson.

Oct 28 to Dec 2: Amy Dubois, Marilyn Preston, Jan Kushiner, Bob Hansen, Jazz Danis, Brenton O, Debra Glenn, Joanne Berger, Tyler Barrett, Gail Sawatsky, and Lou Valcourt.

Nov 18 to Dec 20: Jackie Turnbull, David Colvin, Ed Alexiuk, Ashley Segal, Kristina Ryan, Faye Hall, Robert Lewandowski, Krissy Ryhorchuck, Kate Manchur, Catherine Popiel and Patricia Clapa.

December 2 to February 9 (closed December 20-January 5, 11am): Ryan Lucenkiew, Lee Beaton, Lisa Salazar, Bonnie Bodnarchuk, Debbie Turcotte, Samara Hayward, Kari Lehman, Rebecca Nichols, Christopher Wood.

Liz Leones, Last Frontier, 18″ x 24″, $275 (includes taxes)
Liz Leones, Spring Favourite, 18″ x 24″, $300 (includes taxes)
Paula Lewis, Queen, 24″ x 18″, Acrylic on Canvas, $275 (includes taxes)
Paula Lewis, Coming or Going, Acrylic, 24″ x 18″ $275 (includes taxes)

December 20 Drop off (reopens January 5) to February 9, 2024 January 5-February 9, Pamela Desmet Franklin, Nicole Rosevere, Marie Bodnar, Pat Penner, Greg Petzold, Nikki Braun, Anna Schmidt, Scott Cook.

Michelle Blackmon, Based on a True Story, Collage, 17″ x 17″, $225 (includes taxes)
Michelle Blackmon, Help, Collage, 17″ x 13″, $195 (includes taxes)
Linda Drosdowich, The Doctor will See you Now, Pen, paper, pastel, 12″ x 9″, $200 (includes taxes)

February 3 to March 9, 2024: Roxanna Duguay, Norma Jones, Leslie Paulet, Perry Little, 6 more TBA

February 10 to March 16, 2024 & beyond…TBA. Please visit back at the beginning of November for a list beyond this point.

March 9 to April .

March 16 to LP here

Linda Drosdowich, The Joy With Publishing Company Welcomes You, Pen, Paper, Pastel, 12″ x 9″, $200 (includes taxes)

Drew Perry, Millennial Library Flask, 17″ x 21″ framed, 12″ x 16″ print, photograph with Sony A7ii, printed on pro master ultra premium paper, $80 (includes taxes)
Drew Perry, End of Day Elevator, 17″ x 21″ frame, 12″ x 16″ photo print, sony A7ii printed on promaster ultra premium paper, $80 (includes taxes)
Monika Hansen, Coming Light, 18″ x 24″, oil on canvas, $195 (includes taxes)
Monika Hansen, Daisy, 8″ x 8″, oil on canvas, $85 (includes taxes)

Shariff Salakoh, Untitled 1, 30″ x 40″, Acrylic, $750 (includes taxes)

Shariff Salakoh, Untitled 2, Acrylic on Canvas, 30″ x 40″, $750 (includes taxes)
Janet Letkeman, Abstract Prints, 11″ x 14″, framed, $160 (includes taxes)
Janet Letkeman, Butterfly, Abstract Prints, 11″ x 14″, framed, $160 (includes taxes)
Cole Canilla, Our lives in the balance, acrylics on canvas, 15“ diameter, $ 295 (includes taxes)
Cole Canilla, The Velocity of thought, Acrylics on canvas, 16×26“, $395 (includes taxes)
Liliane Regner, Transformation, 36″ x 36″, $575 (includes taxes)
Liliane, Winds of Change 2, 16″ x 20″, $175 (includes taxes)
Jackie Kozminchuk, Iris, 18″ x 18″, Mixed Media, $125 (includes taxes)
Jackie Kozminchuk, Lady with Umbrella, 16″ x 20″, $250 (includes taxes)
Julia Langer, Disappearing into the Sun, 12″ x 12″, Acrylic on Canvas, $90 (includes taxes)
Julia Langer, Music Monsters 1, 16″ x 20″, Acrylic on Canvas, $150 (includes taxes)
Ross Penner, Prairie Wagon Scene, 12″ x 18″, $150 (includes taxes)
Jocelyn Rushworth, Opposing Orchids, 13″ x 17″, mixed media, framed, $220 (includes taxes)
Ross Penner, Prairie Thunder Storm, 12″x16″, $150 (includes taxes)
Wilma Schroeder, Racking Whitewater, water soluble oils on canvas, $50 (includes taxes)
Wilma Schroeder, Vase 1, Acrylic on Canvas, $50 (includes taxes)