Gary Pearson
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January 13 to March 18, 2018
Touring
Two works by Gary Pearson – Under the Blue Palms, 2005 and When I get to Baton Rouge, 2005 – are on loan to the Kelowna Art Gallery for inclusion in the major solo exhibition Gary Pearson: Short Fictions. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue co-published with Black Dog Publishing, and includes essays on Pearson’s work by Aasron Peck, Michael Turner and curator Liz Wylie, as well as a transcript of an interview with the artist by writer and curator Ihor Holubizky.
Gary Pearson, When I Get to Baton Rouge, 2005, oil and oil enamel on canvas, 198.5 x 167.5 cm, Collection of the Kamloops Art Gallery, Purchased with financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program, Photo: Cory Hope, Kamloops Art Gallery
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A.Y. Jackson
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November 11, 2017 to February 26, 2018
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Three works by the Group of Seven artist A.Y. Jackson are on loan from our collection to the Audain Art Museum in Whistler for the exhibition Stone and Sky: Canada’s Mountain Landscape. Curated by Darrin Martens in recognition of Canada’s sesquicentennial, the exhibition explores how Canadian artists have interacted with the monumentality and vastness of mountain vistas over time. With over 100 objects on loan from 20 different public and private collections, Stone and Sky is the largest and most comprehensive art historical project that the Audain Art Museum has thus far undertaken; the exhibition is also accompanied by a book with essays by Martens, Roger Boulet and Lisa Christianson. The KAG was delighted to lend South of Razor Mt, BC, 1914; Mount Paul, Kamloops, BC, 1945; and Five Mile Glacier, Mt. Robson, 1914
for inclusion in the exhibition.
A.Y. Jackson, South of Razor Mt., B.C., 1914, oil on panel, 21.7 x 27 cm, Collection of the Kamloops Art Gallery, Gift of E.F. Anthony Merchant, © Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Photo: Cory Hope, Kamloops Art Gallery
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September 21 to December 16, 2017
Touring
Joane Cardinal-Schubert’s Birch Bark Letters to Emily Carr: House of All Sorts, 1991 is on loan to the University of Calgary’s Nickle Galleries for the exhibition The Writing on the Wall: Dr. Joane Cardinal-Schubert, RCA. Curated by Lindsey Sharman, the exhibition runs from September 21 to December 16, 2017.
Joane Cardinal-Schubert
Birch Bark LEtters to Emily Carr: House of All Sorts, 1991
acrylic and collage on paper
101.6 x 127.0 cm
Collection of the Kamloops Art Gallery
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