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August 3 - September 10, 2017

Bobbi Carpino, Dream View, 2017. Photograph on paper.

The Capturing Joy Project Curated by Bobbi Carpino

Bobbi Carpino and Christina Watts, Sharron MacBride, Ricki Smith, Katie Schmid, Robin Ditto, Katherine Clark, Tuppy Hoehn, Heather Millard, Susan O'Bryan, Adele Rouleau, Dori Pears, and Kimberly Holloway

Photographer Bobbi Carpino is encouraging us to capture moments of joy in our lives! After leading a workshop, she's encouraged participants to share their work. Bobbi has chosen some of those images, that will be displayed in our Rustad Galleria. Join us for the Opening Reception: Thursday Aug 3rd at 7:30pm.

October 20 - January 7, 2018

Z'otz* Collective. Dual Miracle (Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK), 2013. Ceramic sculpture.

Transitory Tributes

Z'otz* Collective

Z'otz* Collective is comprised of three artists with Latin American roots, based in Toronto: Erik Jerezano, Ilyana Martinez and Nahum Flores. The collective will travel to Two Rivers Gallery to create a site-specific drawing along one wall of our exhibition space. Using the concept of niche, riffling on the idea of small shrines in the Catholic faith, and connecting with nesting in French (Nicher: to nest), small boxes will be used throughout the installation as respositories of locally collected items. Like points on the map, they will divide the installation into individual stories and suggest a greater connection to place and community.

October 20 - January 7, 2018

Lou Lynn. Twisted Spoon, 2012. Glass and bronze.


Lou Lynn

Lynn's glass and bronze sculpture draws from an interest in archaic and industrial tools and artifacts. Forms might draw cues from utilitarian objects or have their genesis in some practical application, but Lynn hijacks these elements. Altering size, configuration and other plastic elements, she builds implements with a mastery that suggests precision and purposefulness at odds with the resulting work. Fitting somewhere between the familiar and the impractically absurd, they at times resemble the specialized tools of some long lost or secret trade or unfamiliar occupation. Collectively they allude to activities outside our spheres of experience and, as convincing artefacts, prompt us to test assumptions about our reality, past and present. 

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