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Wanda Ellerbeck  /  She... Who Walked Away
September 7, 1991 - October 13, 1991

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Ellerbeck’s work focused a poetically rich awareness on the body, the senses and perception.
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Julie Duschenes  /  tulips and lovers (after C. Sheeler)
September 7, 1991 - October 13, 1991

Curator: Joan Stebbins Julie Duschenes’ paintings at first glance appear to be dry representations of familiar but symbolic human systems.
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Tim Zuck, Takao Tanabe, Jeffrey Spalding, Judith Schwartz, Toni Onley, Yukiko Onley, Barbara Ballachey, Robert Blake, Catherine Burgess, Janet Cardiff, Stephen Hutchings, Billy McCarroll, Carroll Moppett, Landon Mackenzie, Terence Johnson, Dan Hudson  /  The Oldman River Expedition Exhibition
July 13, 1991 - September 1, 1991

Curator: Joan Stebbins In the summer of 1990, a group of well-known artists in all media from across the country took part in a week-long rafting and camping expedition down the Oldman River, arriving in Lethbridge on Canada Day.
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Joyce Fraser, Geoffrey Hunter, Robert Renpenning  /  Three
June 8, 1991 - July 7, 1991

Curator: Joan Stebbins This exhibition will feature the work of three Calgary painters, all of whom are graduates of the Alberta College of Art.
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Various Local Children  /  Art's Alive and Well in the Schools
April 28, 1991 - June 2, 1991

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in cooperation with Lethbridge School District #51 and Lethbridge Catholic Separate School District #9 with funding assistance from the School Districts and the Alberta Art Foundation.
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Hilda Stewart  /  Miniatures
April 28, 1991 - June 2, 1991

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized and circulated by the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon with funding from the Museums Assistance Program and the Saskatchewan Art’s Board.
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Jeff Funnell  /  Notes from the Inquest
March 22, 1991 - April 21, 1991

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. In April of 1988, Jeff Funnell made ninety-one sketches while attending the two week coroner’s inquest into the police shooting of J.
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Cathy Daley, Thérèse Bolliger, Silvia Bächli  /  (K)ein Vergleich
March 16, 1991 - April 21, 1991

Curator: Joan Stebbins This exhibition brings together the work of three artists who use drawing as a primary vehicle for their art: Silvia Bachli, Therese Bolliger and Cathy Daley.
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Wanda Koop  /  Paintings
January 26, 1991 - March 10, 1991

Curator: Joan Stebbins One of Winnipeg artist Wanda Koop’s greatest assets has always been her ability to handle scale and to create a sense of monumentality and limitlessness.
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Aganetha Dyck  /  The Library: Inner/Outer
January 26, 1991 - March 10, 1991

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Aganetha Dyck is well known for her anarchic choice of materials and for the radical transformations that she has forced them to undergo.
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Laurie Walker  /  Sculpture
December 8, 1990 - January 20, 1991

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Micah Lexier  /  Sculpture
December 8, 1990 - January 20, 1991

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Louise Noguchi  /  Sculpture
October 20, 1990 - November 28, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. As a sculptor, Louise Noguchi is not concerned with making objects but with the creation of spaces which, despite the ephemeral nature of her installations, will continue to exist in the memory of the viewer.
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Ginette Legaré  /  Sculpture
October 20, 1990 - November 28, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Canada Council. Ginette Legaré’s sculptural forms correspond to those of the body and its relationship to space in the same way that her materials – roofing tiles, shingles, tar paper and aluminium screening   - serve as extensions of the body; weathered skin protecting a vulnerable interior.
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Arnaud Maggs  /  Numberworks
September 8, 1990 - October 14, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Following successful careers as a graphic designer and as a commercial photographer, Arnaud Maggs emerged on the Canadian art scene in the late seventies with a number of serial portrait photographs that were remarkable for several reasons.
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Allyson Clay  /  Traces of a City in the Spaces Between Some People
September 8, 1990 - October 14, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. The body of work produced by Vancouver artist Allyson Clay over the past ten years represents a discourse on the nature of painting, and its emblematic position as the most accepted creative way to represent subjective experience.
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Various Artists  /  Redefined: The Quilt as Art
July 14, 1990 - September 2, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockieswith funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation and Calgary Leisure Learning Services.
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Bart Pragnell  /  A Retrospective
July 14, 1990 - September 2, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, with funding assistance from the Saskatchewan Arts Board. Although much admired and respected as a teacher of art through-out western Canada, Bart Pragnell (1907-1966) failed to receive, during his lifetime, critical acclaim for a body of work, which by its humanity and dynamism placed it at the centre of contemporary developments of the day.
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Scottie Wilson  /  The Canadian Drawings
June 9, 1990 - July 6, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins As one of many drifters trying to keep body and soul together in Canada during the 1930s, Scottie Wilson occupied himself with the resale of various kinds of merchandise (opals, used furniture, cut glass bottles, gold stripped from old fountain pens).
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Annemarie Schmid Esler  /  Odyssey
June 9, 1990 - July 7, 1990

Curator:  Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation. Born and raised in Winnipeg, Annemarie Schmid Esler has translated the physical and spiritual isolation of the prairie, and its relation to the human condition into a source of inspiration, which transcends narrow regionalism and assumes mythical proportions.
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Larry Towell  /  Gifts of War
June 2, 1990 - July 7, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Art Gallery of Windsor with funding assistance from the Ontario Arts Council. In May of 1984, Larry Towell travelled to Nicaragua with the U.
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Stan Denniston  /  How to Read
April 27, 1990 - June 3, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by Presentation House, Vancouver, with funding assistance from The Canada Council. For some years Toronto artist Stan Denniston has used photographic groupings to query the notion of recollection, its structure, and the ways in which it is affected by the overwhelming image-saturated world we live in.
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Margaret May  /  All and Nothing
March 17, 1990 - April 22, 1990

Curator: Joan Stebbins Calgary artist Margaret May, is experimenting with new media, has opened a generous horizon for her printmaking.
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