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Billy J. McCarroll  /  How to Play a Winning Game Your Natural Way: A Continuing Metaphor
January 21, 1995 - March 5, 1995

Curator: Joan Stebbins The paintings in this exhibition are based on a 1953 Dell paperback edition of Sam Snead’s Natural Golf, which the artist discovered in 1983.
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Catherine Burgess  /  Things as They Are
December 3, 1994 - January 15, 1995

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery; funding assistance from The Canada Council and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
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Lisa Couwenbergh  /  Lisa Couwenbergh
December 3, 1994 - January 15, 1995

Curator: Joan Stebbins Lisa Couwenbergh is a young painter from Amsterdam upon whose large canvases float robust, organic forms which, despite the many associations they call to mind, refuse to be precisely identified.
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Robert Youds  /  Forse Chi Se, Forse Chi No (Maybe Yes, Maybe No)
October 22, 1994 - November 23, 1994

Organized and circulated by the Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr College of Art and Design, Vancouver Robert Youds, a Victoria-based abstract painter, explores a number of painterly, formalist and illusionistic effects, producing paintings in series.
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Stephen Schofield  /  Recent Sculpture
October 22, 1994 - November 24, 1994

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Canada Council The primary images in a recent series of Schofield's work are small, truncated torsos halted in mid-flop or collapse or else appearing to be extruded from industrial surfaces.
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Eric Hattan, Alexander Birchler, Teresa Hubbard, Liz Magor, Barbara Burkhardt  /  Small Histories
October 10, 1994 - November 16, 1994

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council and the Pro Helvetica Arts Council of Switzerland Small histories is an exhibition which drew together the work of four artists whose practice deals with history, both public and private.
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Patrick Traer  /  Plush
May 4, 1994 - June 3, 1994

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council For some time, Saskatoon artist Patrick Traer has been investigating the idea of the human body in the context of contemporary ideologies.
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Danielle Sauvé  /  Danielle Sauvé
May 4, 1994 - June 3, 1994

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council Montreal sculptor Danille Sauve's work addresses the formal preoccupations of traditional sculpture - volume, gravity, balance - while hinting at knowledge of the most intimate secrets about the elements which compose our physical and psychic environments.
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Various Local Children  /  Art's Alive and Well in the Schools
May 1, 1994 - May 29, 1994

Organized by the southern Alberta art gallery in cooperation with Lethbridge school district #51 and Lethbridge catholic school district #9, with funding assistance from the school districts and the Alberta foundation for the arts Since opening in 1976, the southern Alberta art gallery has made a tradition of exhibiting the work Lethbridge’s youngest artists every spring.
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Gerald McMaster  /  Savage Graces: "after images"
April 30, 1994 - May 29, 1994

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized in cooperation with the U.B.C. Museum of Anthropology .
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William MacDonnell  /  Dort? Ja, ebendort
March 12, 1994 - April 24, 1994

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. In his own words, William MacDonnell’s recent work involved an “examination of cultural society wishes to remember but also especially for those events and places which every society wishes to remember but also especially for those which a society wishes to forget.
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Panya Clark  /  Like Ancient Pots...
March 12, 1994 - April 24, 1994

Curator: Joan Stebbins Toronto artist Panya Clark’s interest lies in the de-contextualization and re-contextualization of objects and the way in which they are mediated into our lives, especially in museum settings or through photographic representation.
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Dominique Blain  /  Dominique Blain
January 22, 1994 - March 6, 1994

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Intrinsic to this exploration is an examination of the early role of photography in (re) presenting both the exotic imagery and the ideology of “empire” to the people back home.
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Janet Cardiff  /  To Touch
January 22, 1994 - March 6, 1994

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and The Canada Council.
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Jon Baturin  /  Evidence of Justice
December 4, 1993 - January 16, 1994

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Jon Baturin’s exhibition features his large photographic installation, Evidence of Justice, as well as selections from XY Crisis, an ongoing series of photoworks.
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Jeffery Norgren  /  Flock
December 4, 1993 - January 16, 1994

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Jeffrey Norgren is a young Calgary artist and graduate of the Alberta College of Art whose installations have received positive critical notice from both his peers and art writes.
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Marlene Creates  /  Landworks: 1979 - 1911
October 23, 1993 - November 24, 1993

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized and circulated by the Art Gallery of Memorial University, Newfoundland. Marlene Creates was one of the first Canadian artists to work with the landscape in a very direct, yet respectful and non-exploitative manner, akin to such artists as Hamish Fulton and Richard Long.
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Marlene Creates  /  The Alberta Project
October 23, 1993 - November 24, 1993

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Canada Council.
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August Sander  /  Antlitz der Zeit (Face of the Time)
September 11, 1993 - October 17, 1993

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized and circulated by the Kathleen Ewing Gallery, Washington D.C. August Sander (1876- 1964) was one of the leading German photographers in the first half of this century, and many of his images (eg.
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Eric Cameron  /  Squareness
September 11, 1993 - October 17, 1993

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and The Canada Council.
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Garry Williams  /  Cathedrals
June 5, 1993 - June 4, 1993

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Calgary artist Garry Williams attempts in his work to undo the separation of man from nature that has existed since the industrial revolution.
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Paul Smith  /  Shadow Band
June 5, 1993 - July 4, 1993

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Lethbridge artist Paul Smith’s large, spare canvases are characterized by their odd compositions and eccentric motifs.
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