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David Rossiter  /  Photographs
April 2, 1983 - April 24, 1983

“I consider my photographs to be found art. Confronted by the larger world, my contribution to the creative process is in recognizing the separate images contained in fractions of that world.
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Tonie Leshyk  /  Drawings and Sculpture
April 2, 1983 - April 24, 1983

"I spend a long time working out pieces, which are usually created in a series. This time is spent on the concept of the work, on the physical nature and the emotions reflected.
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Robert Michener  /  Farm Paintings
March 5, 1983 - March 27, 1983

When we are in the midst of nature, landscape is all around us, not just in front of us. Even when experiencing landscape through the proscenium of a window, we have a very strong counter tendency not to attend to it in a logical sequence from near to far, but rather to let our attention shift randomly and playfully between elements that occur at different distances.
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Peter De Lory  /  Objects of Curiosity
March 5, 1983 - March 27, 1983

Photographer  Peter De Lory lives in Ketchum, Idaho, where he is employed as an instructor of photography by the Sun Valley Centre for the Arts.
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Adrian Cooke  /  Prairie Keep
March 5, 1983 - March 27, 1983

Most simply stated, Prairie Keep is a sculpture. Cross bracing, riveting, carriage bolts, tarpaulins and tie downs are referred to directly in the execution of Prairie Keep.
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Lyndal Osborne  /  Prints and Drawings
February 5, 1983 - February 27, 1983

Lyndal Osborne’s work reflects her interest in combining diverse media to create a unique statement. Her images are derived from tangible aspects of nature which, translated by the artist’s extensive vocabulary, become surreal interpretations of the real world.
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Karen Chapnick  /  Fibre Work
February 5, 1983 - February 27, 1983

I call my pieces fibre paintings. This is because what I am primarily interested in is the creation of colour illusions. To allow the viewer to concentrate on colour, I construct a relatively flat, rectangular surface by interlocking braids of fibre.
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Catherine Burgess  /  Recent Sculpture
January 8, 1983 - January 30, 1983

For six years until spring 1981, I worked exclusively in wood, in the constructed manner; that is to say, adding elements together, building the piece rather than carving away at a block or modelling with the hands.
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Bill Laing  /  Night Light Series
January 8, 1983 - January 30, 1983

More than demonstrating his well known technical proficiency, Bill Laing’s new series of prints indicates his concern for spatial tension within the confines of a given format.
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Various Artists  /  German Poster Art
January 8, 1983 - January 30, 1983

Organized by the Goethe Institute and circulated by the National Museums International Programme. For decades the poster has informed the public of political, social, and cultural happenings.
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John Hall  /  The Tourist Series/ The Toys Series
December 4, 1982 - January 3, 1983

This exhibition brings together John Hall’s two major series of works which were completed over the past three years. The Tourist Series emanates from Hall’s nine-month sojourn in New York.
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Irene McCaugherty  /  Watercolours
December 4, 1982 - January 3, 1983

Irene McCaugherty’s work reveals her close ties to the area where she has spent her life. Born in 1914 in the small coalmining town of Hardieville just north of Lethbridge, McCaugherty spend many years actively participating in the pioneering ranch life of southern Alberta.
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David Wharton  /  Lithographs
October 30, 1982 - November 23, 1982

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery David Wharton lives in Ketchum, Idaho where he is currently Director of Fine Arts for the Sun Valley Centre for the Arts and Humanities in Sun Valley Centre in Sun Valley.
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Ann Harbuz  /  Paintings
October 30, 1982 - November 23, 1982

Saskatchewan folk artist, Ann Harbuz, first started painting in 1967 after admiring the world of a neighbour. Her paintings spontaneously record incidents specific to her personal history and common to pioneer life on the prairies.
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Dennis Burton  /  Landscape Drawings
October 30, 1982 - November 24, 1982

Dennis Burton Landscape Drawings is the second exhibition of works by artist Dennis Burton to appear at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. In November 1977, a major retrospective exhibition, circulated by the Robert McLaughlin Gallery of Oshuwa, was viewed by the Lethbridge audience.
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Elisabeth Hopkins  /  The Magical World of Elisabeth Hopkins
October 2, 1982 - October 30, 1982

Elisabeth Hopkins lives in Galliano Island in British Columbia. Although she has drawn and painted all her life, her work first came to public attention in 1975 when she was 88 years old.
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Robert Christie  /  Five Years
October 2, 1982 - October 30, 1982

This exhibition of thirteen paintings by Saskatchewan artist Robert Christie traces his development as a painter over the past five years. Christie’s interests deal with the formal concerns of painting – colour and figure/ground relationships.
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Pauline McGeorge  /  A Closer Look
October 2, 1982 - October 30, 1982

Pauline McGeorge is well known in Southern Alberta as a founding member of the University of Lethbridge Art Department. Her devotion to teaching over the past fifteen years has fostered neglect in critical attention for the art she has steadily produced.
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Goodridge Roberts  /  Selected Works
September 4, 1982 - September 26, 1982

This important exhibition serves as a vehicle for the reassessment of Goodridge Roberts’ place in Canadian art history. Long overshadowed by his contemporaries in the Group of Seven, Roberts’ reputation has suffered from a lack of critical attention that his large body of high quality work belies.
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John Dean  /  Night Photographs
September 4, 1982 - September 26, 1982

Our Calgary photographer John Dean’s recent series of work examines the appearance of familiar world at night. Artificially lit areas surrounded by darkness present a mysterious and new aspect to the commonplace.
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A.C. Leighton  /  A Retrospective
July 17, 1982 - August 29, 1982

I paint because I must. I paint from twelve to fourteen hours daily. Wherever I go I see something to paint – flowers, bottles – anything.
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Ella Hartt  /  Ranch Photographer, 1890's - 1916
July 17, 1982 - August 29, 1982

Illinois nurse, Ella Hartt came west in the 1890s to visit her brother, Ed, who owned a ranch north of Cleveland, Montana, near the Canadian border.
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Various Artists  /  Spray it Again Sam
July 1, 1982

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery .
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Suzy Lake, Theodore Saskatche Wan  /  Wan/Lake
June 5, 1982 - July 11, 1982

Theodore Saskatche Wan is a Vancouver artist who uses photography to express his concerns. Suzy Lake is a Toronto artist who does likewise. What they have in common forms the basis for this joint exhibition which is designed to clarify the position of that photographic fascination devoted to “artist as actor”.
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