Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Kathleen Black


Kathleen currently holds a BFA from the University of Manitoba and has furthered her studies in glass at the Alberta College of Art and Design and Red Deer College.

Vast, 24" x 24" framed acrylic & glass by Kathleen Black

Art is about light and time.
Dawn light travelling over the day becoming moonlight.
So we grow and change
Things that are transparent become opaque
Really, it is all about time.
The time of day, time of life, how little or great the time.

Pate de verre leaves by Kathleen Black


Kathleen's primary interest involves the exploration of time as depicted by light as it travels throughout the day and seasons. Her people and landscapes all speak to this interest in our limited time here.  Kathleen’s work is in collections across Canada and as far away as Australia.

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Torch & Canvas, Peter DuMans


Torch & Canvas


Peter DuMans
Selected works from March 1-31, 2017. 
Many more works and artist reception March 10, from 7-9 pm


Tree of Life
Peter DuMans is a Winnipeg artist who learned to express himself visually from an early age. He began working in metal in high school and went on to take a number of off-campus courses to augment his passion for creating with metal.
 

The Raven 20" x 24" acrylic

The world around him is his inspiration. He uses the welding torch much as a paint brush when creating his art. Peter predominately creates in copper, brass, stainless steel and chrome.His sculptural forms as well as his multi media works on canvas sometimes includes clay and wood.



Jessica Lake Island 16" x 20" by Peter DuMans
The greatest compliment a patron can pay me is...'I don't know why I like it, but I know I have to have it.'


Grove of Trees 12" x 24" acrylic by Peter DuMans




Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Valentine's Day gift ideas

If you are looking for last minute gifts for the people in your life...
we have a very large selection in all price points.  

Glass & Wire Slipper, Costume Art Card, Fused Glass Heart, Best Friend clock
Companion Mugs & Plates,  Love Goblets, Glass Pate de Verre leaf



Twin Polar Bears, Glass Pate de Verre Heart, Jewelry
 Heart shaped bowl, Love You to The Moon and Back Pebble art, The Aunties on Vacation





Saturday, 21 January 2017

Pulse; the Rhythm and Expression of Manitoba Artists

Do you have your very own copy yet? Perfectly gift boxed, pen included.


The Pulse Gallery Journal


The perfect gift!

Indigo Traffic, watercolour by Wayne Purvis; one of the journal pages.


I would like to express my gratitude to the dedicated group at Pulse Gallery who have worked tirelessly and passionately to bring this project to fruition. Many thanks to the incredible local artists who have graciously shared their talent. It is with great pride that we continue to celebrate and promote the diverse original works created by Manitoba’s fine artists. We are grateful for their support… this journal is for them.



Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Made in Manitoba Christmas Ornaments

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...












Just some of the wonderful handmade gift items for the holiday season. Starting at only $10!

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

New works by Peter Dumans

Red Rock Lake, 16" x 20" acrylic by Peter Dumans



We are pleased to present paintings in addition to metal works by Peter Dumans now in the gallery.
Please visit his page to read more.

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

A Pause in the Routine, Cindy Dyson

Lunch on Broadway, 42" x 48" acrylic on canvas

A Pause in the Routine

Selected works from October 1-31. 
Many more works and artist in attendance October 14, from 7-9 pm.


My fascination with everyday street scenes reflects my hope and struggle to believe that the most beautiful moments in life are not always as expected. Perhaps these precious times are all at once – mundane and frenzied, fragile and strong, peaceful and painful, sunny and dark.
I work with acrylic paint and palette knives. I find that the endlessness to the variety of mark I can make with these tools challenges and fascinates me. I love the physicality and range of the knife – aggressive slices, delicate dabs, focused scrapes and thick bold swaths of colour. The paint is so flexible - I can spray, splatter, blob and pour it. These qualities enable me to express a wide range of emotion in each piece.

I am greatly influenced by the European Impressionists. Their sensitive offerings physically and emotionally connect me to their 19th century world. My application of paint does not result in realistic representation. Rather, I am satisfied with a rough familiarity and mood of subject. My goal is to present an intriguing balance of roughness and tenderness; boldness and vulnerability, representation and expression.
Cindy Dyson 2016

Mid Day 42" x 48" acrylic on canvas