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Contemporary Canadian art in a funky, hip gallery
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Have you seen this? You should!

Join us in welcoming Jennifer Annesley for "wildlight" on Saturday April 14, 2 - 5 pm!
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ARTIST RECEPTION
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2 - 5 PM

Join us in welcoming Sheila Kernan for this afternoon reception! Expect to be WOW'd by the colour, the textures and the 3-D sculptural works that she's been perfecting in her studio!

Come join the FUN!
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25/10/2018
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GRANT LEIER - a bird in the hand
Includes Nixie Barton, Grant Leier
Saturday, October 13, 2 - 5 pm

Grant Leier, artist extraordinaire, has sent Canada House Gallery one of his most heavily painted, exquisitely detailed collections of paintings EVER. Humble to a fault, Grant has unleashed his vivid imagination into this new series of paintings.

From his visually over-stuffed studio, he works on several paintings at one time which builds a continuity within the work by repetition of colour, pattern, icon and image. Trained in textile design, Grant fulfils his creative spirit by capturing his visual experimentation on canvas for us to enjoy!
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Artist reception
Saturday, October 13, 2 - 5 pm
Come meet the artist!
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Artist reception Saturday, October 13, 2 - 5 pm

Elaborate, ornate, and technical Grant Leier’s work continues to draw awe. On the Canadian art scene for close to 40 years, Leier has an incredible talent in conveying his love of still life and florals. Intense patterns and complex compositions are part of Grant Leier’s legacy. Works by Nixie Barton included.
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27/09/2018
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2018 Cape Dorset Graphics Collection - reservations accepted now!
Call 1-800-419-1298 in North America to make your selection.
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For a place that had humble beginnings as a settlement founded in 1913 intended as a trading post for the Hudson’s Bay Company, Cape Dorset has since come a long way. Known as Kinngait in Inuktitut, it now boasts a population of 1400, and is home to many artists who have, over the years, brought much renown from the world to a small unassuming town in the Canadian arctic. The 59th annual print collection presents an exciting mix of themes; the comforting and naturalistic are juxtaposed with familiar motifs presented in bold, new perspectives.

Established artists, Ningiukulu Teevee, Qavavau Manumie, Papiara Tukiki, Pitaloosie Saila, and Shuvinai Ashoona all return this year with their highly characteristic imagery. Cee Pootoogook and Padloo Samayualie, both in their mid-career, steadily continue to produce engaging work that delight the eye. Emerging talents, Pauojoungie Saggiak and Quvianaqtuk Pudlat, are confidently making waves in the art world and establishing a brand new stage of their own. Lastly, Axangayuk Shaa, a very established sculptor and the eldest artist featured in the collection, has just released his first print since 1961.
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17/09/2018
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THIS Saturday, Sept 1, 11 am - 4 pm! ARTIST DEMONSTRATION

Come and watch Paul Reimer create incredible new work, right here at Canada House Gallery in the heart of Banff.
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Have a peek at the pika among the peaks!
New painting by Regan Johnston
PIKA ON MOUNT ST. PIRAN
REJ009 acrylic, canvas 36 x 48 in. $4,800 CAD
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THANK YOU to the 8 talented artists that were with us for Demo Day 2018!
We are thrilled that you came out to join us for this event & the artist's had a fun time meeting you!
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15/08/2018
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