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Slate Fine Art Gallery, Regina, SK
June 23 – July 23, 2016
Reception: Thursday, June 23, 2016 5pm to 8pm
J. Paul Fennell
Head over to my Movember Page for some funny pics and your chance to donate to a great cause.
I will be attending Art Toronto again this year. Stop by and see me and my work at the Slate Fine Art Gallery (Booth C71).
ART TORONTO – Metro Toronto Convention Center – Toronto ON, Canada
Recently, my work has been focused on portraying what I call an intersection, or collision, of nature and culture. Violent Contact (2015) address this complex issues of nature and culture colliding; not so metaphorically this time, but actually. I’ve been thinking about a piece like this for a while. Fortunately, I recently stumbled upon this scene while returning home a family vacation in Espanola, Ontario. This was the perfect opportunity for me to create the image I’ve wanted to make. This was captured on the Trans Canada Highway (Hwy 17) just west of Thunder Bay, Ontario near the Hwy 622 turn off to Atikokan.
The above image is a crop of the original.
Full size image here.
Artists: Kyle Herranen, Clint Neufeld, Marc Courtemanche
Exhibition Title: Tools
Exhibition Dates: March 6, 2015 – March 28, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday March 6, 2015 – 7pm
Gurevich Fine Art – Winnipeg MB, Canada
Merry Christmas and happy New Year from Kyle, Erinn, Brooke and Drew! Wishing you all the best this holiday season and a healthy, happy 2015!
The commission I am working on for the Canada Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development in conjunction with the National Gallery of Canada for the revitalization project of Canada House in London, UK is approaching phase three.
Image of my carpet design to be installed in the Saskatchewan Room.
See the entire revitalization project and the Canada House Collection here.
Check out the home for bees to be installed on the roof!
Creative Saskatchewan Presents Saskatchewan at Sala Rekalde in Bilbao, Spain.
Curated by the world-renowned artist Adrian Stimson and featuring pieces from twenty seven of the region’s artists, the Saskatchewan exhibition delves into the immense artistic, cultural and ethnic diversity that has long characterised the region’s art. The exhibition offers an unparalleled opportunity to discover the diverse artistic talent of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan features an exciting selection of works by artists from the Métis, Cree and European peoples of Canada.