Events


BREAKFAST AT THE MADISON GRILL AND MORE
Bev Morton
January 2014
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TRESPASSING: Images by Through her Eyes Photography Group
February 2014

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TRESPASSING: Images by Through her Eyes Photography Group
February 2014

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WINNIPEG AND WINNIPEGGERS
Alexander El
March 2014

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WINNIPEG AND WINNIPEGGERS
Elena El
March 2014

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THE WILDS
Meagan Hainstock
April 2014

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THE WILDS
Stephen Petersen
April 2014

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TREES, FORESTS AND OTHER PLANT LIFE
Peter Dumans
May 2014

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RELATED LANDSCAPES: TWINS FIND DIFFERENT PATHS IN LANDSCAPE
Bob Hainstock
June 2014

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RELATED LANDSCAPES: TWINS FIND DIFFERENT PATHS IN LANDSCAPE
Clay Hainstock
June 2014

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FOR THE LOVE OF ANIMALS
Garth Palanuk
July 2014

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TRAVELS WITH QUIDAM
Quidam
August 2014

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RETURN OF THE G.A.W.M.Y.S. – JOURNEYS OF DIVERSITY
September 2014

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CONTINUANCE
Kathleen Hamann Buckoski
October 2014


CONTINUANCE
Judith Panson
October 2014


2 VISIONS: AS TWO ARTISTS SEE THE WORLD
Ida MacKenzie
November 2014


2 VISIONS: AS TWO ARTISTS SEE THE WORLD
Ruth Kamenev
November 2014

Wayne Arthur Gallery Events for 2014
*All events are subject to change. Some dates still to be determined.

2014 POETRY CONTEST WINNERS

First prize: Allison Cattell about Radiance of the Forest

Second prize: Kay Stone about The Lone Tree

Third prize: Hilda Smith about Apple of My Eye


SEPTEMBER 2014

RETURN OF THE G.A.W.M.Y.S. – Journeys of Diversity: unique, exciting multi-media works that do not make any attempt to match your decor!
From August 29 to October 1, 2014
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 7, 1 to 4 p.m.

ABOUT THE SHOW

The GAWMYS are a group of seven professionally trained artists, kindred spirits and current or former art educators. Although some of the members have retired from teaching and have taken on new adventures, the group continues to keep in touch and intermittently exhibits together. Their friendship and collaboration has spanned several decades.

The group includes Gloria De Neve, Kathleen Hamann-Buckoski, Judith Panson, Francisco (Pancho) Puelles, Tom Roberts, Gina Roth and Erika Uustalu-Nicholson.

Each member has their own unique style, medium and artistic voice. The group’s name, G.A.W.M.Y.S. is a playful but earnest response to the notion that artists should not attempt to answer to home décor or decorating schemes…..hence, Good Art Won’t Match your Sofa!

The variety and subject matter of this exhibit is very diverse and includes unique sculpture, paintings, photography, drawings, functional ceramic pottery, prints, quilted and multi-media fabric art.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Click here to read about the GAWMYS' Artists


OCTOBER 2014

CONTINUANCE: Mixed Media by Kathleen Hamann Buckoski and Judith Panson
From October 3 to 29, 2014
Artist reception: Sunday, October 5, 1 to 4 PM

ABOUT THE SHOW

Judith and Kathleen work in a variety of media from paint, charcoal to various examples of fibre. Their subject matter runs the gambit from landscape to portrait to sheer imagination.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Kathleen Hamann Buckoski was born in Kamloops, British Columbia and raised in the interior of B.C. She received her art education in the Kootenay School of Art in Nelson, BC and after completing her post secondary education, moved to Manitoba in 1982.

Since moving to Manitoba, Kathleen's work has been on exhibit at several galleries and juried art shows. Her work can also be found in private collections in both Canada and the United States.
Kathleen's work reflects a realistic, yet imaginative style with her first passion being the beautiful and sometimes harsh landscapes of South Eastern British Columbia. Since moving to Manitoba her subject expanded to the back alleys of Winnipeg and the prairie landscape, then into other areas of Canada and the United States with her travels around North America.

Judith Panson was born in England and has lived in Canada since 1965. She graduated in art from Plymouth and London Universities and has taught art at all levels from elementary through college. She has worked at various arts related positions including design studio, pottery studio, department store window dresser, illustrating for greeting cards, a cookbook publisher and most recently illustrated early readers for Blueberry Hill Publications.

Her work, which is mainly of the natural world, has been in gallery, solo and group shows across Canada, several U. S. states, New Zealand and Mexico. She has won awards in juried shows in both Manitoba and Ontario for water media and printmaking. Her quilts have been in the Quilt Canada national juried show, won three prizes (two firsts and a second) at Manitoba Prairie Quilters’ Quilt Reflections in 2005 and a first, second and Best of Show in 2008. Her work hangs in both corporate and private collections in Mexico, Australia, Canada, England, Switzerland and the United States of America.


NOVEMBER 2014

2 VISIONS: AS TWO ARTISTS SEE THE WORLD, Paintings by Ruth Kamenev and Ida MacKenzie
From November 1 to 26, 2014
Artist reception: Sunday, November 2, 1 to 4PM

ABOUT THE SHOW

Ida MacKenzie: “Colour is my focus at the moment. I can't imagine my life without creating how I feel and what I see. I am doing this with watercolour and acrylics.”

Ruth Kamenev: “Winnipeg’s Exchange District and The Forks are two islands of the exotic in the otherwise edgy city center, far from the sprawling outlying suburbs of big box shopping malls and car-lined streets. At the Forks, it is easy to find micro-climates of riverbank forest with associated wildlife, and a slow walk through the Exchange District is like a leap back in time to earlier centuries with its slower pace of life. I have searched the two areas for examples of unexpected sights within our city center with joyous results.”

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Ida is a mixed media artist and her paintings are a reflection of three months spent at a remote cottage in Northern Ontario where nature is pure and simple.

Ruth‘s watercolours are affectionate interpretations of the world around her, subject matter extensive, location wherever her eyes are looking, style realistic but stripped of the mundane.


DECEMBER 2014

“If I Won the Lottery…” - The Annual Group Show
Opening reception: Sunday, November 30, 1 to 5 PM
Show continues to Wednesday, December 31

ABOUT THE SHOW

I will invite 50 artists to enter this art show with a work of art that is related to a dream of winning the lottery. I will ask them to submit a story as well.

Everything on the walls will be replaced with new paintings, printmaking, drawings, photographs, mixed media, and also several three dimensional works by 50 different artists.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

To be determined

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