- David Tuttle: Pattern Forming - March 7 to April 26, 2015
- Robert Scott: Copper Slag - May 2 to June 21, 2015
- Anthropods: Magical Creatures with Backward Feet - June 27 to August 29, 2015
- Douglas Bentham: Tablets - September 5 to November 1, 2015
- Jeffrey J. Spalding: Ghosts and Angels - November 7, 2015 to January 3, 2016
March 7 to April 26, 2015
Swift Current artist David Tuttle doesn’t fit the common pattern for art production. Rather than following a single path of art making throughout his career David, over the past 20 years moves simultaneously between five very different series of art media and themes. This solo exhibition lets us explore each theme enjoying the differences and perhaps finding the connections.
Organized by AGSC, Curator Kim Houghtaling.
May 2 to June 21, 2015
Known for his grand scale abstract, beautiful and very physical paintings Robert Scott recently developed a series of drawing using copper slag on canvas – grand scale, beautiful and very physical drawings. Robert Scott is an internationally renowned artist who maintains a studio in Cadillac, SK, and Edmonton, AB.
Organized by AGSC in partnership with the MJM&AG, Curator Heather Smith
June 27 to August 29, 2015
A collaborative senior-student class project and exhibition with students in the
Department of Art and Art History, University of Saskatchewan, and students in the Spatial Construction, University of Southern Queensland, Australia.
Organized by AGSC in partnership with the U of Sask, Professor Susan Shantz
September 5 to November 1, 2015
Saskatchewan artist, Douglas Bentham is an internationally known abstract sculptor working in steel and semi-precious metals. Doug is also the creator of the sculpture on the front lawn of AGSC. This exhibition presents sculpture works selected from his recent “Tablets” series. These works reconfigure shapes of bronze metal, cast with symbols and words into free standing two-sided tabletop sculptures.
November 7, 2015 to January 3, 2016
Through the use of chance and happenstance Canadian Artist, Jeffrey Spalding has created exciting and unexpected expressive abstractions. Working with Novak Graphics, Spalding uses the off cast printmaking materials and found colours gathered from the works of other artists in a very specific printing process designed to ensure the development of almost random composition making. The results have a very dynamic fifties abstraction meets Pop art vibe.
Organized by Art Gallery of Swift Current with the support of Novak Graphics, Admiral Saskatchewan.
Public viewing during regular gallery hours is free and everyone is welcome!
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