Summer Select – Featured Artist: Marcelle Ferron

Marcelle Ferron was born in Louisville, near Trois-Rivières, Québec in 1924. After studying at L’École des Beaux-Arts de Québec with Jean-Paul Lemieux, Marcelle Ferron moved to Montréal where she met Paul-Émile Borduas, who was her mentor, and immersed herself in the cultural and political happenings of the avant-garde Automatistes....

The Endless Play of Words and Images: An Interview with Michael Smith

Robert Enright Border Crossings Magazine Volume 42, Number 3, Issue N.164, 2024 As Michael Smith tells us in the following interview, his interest in poetry began in earnest when he entered the Bachelor program at the Falmouth School of Art in the early 1970s. He had the good...

Carol Wainio: Recent Paintings and Drawings at the Arsenal in New York

by Ann McCoy in Brooklyn Rail In Carol Wainio’s pictorial realm the fabled creatures of Jean de La Fontaine and Aesop, haberdashery-clad rabbits, and children plucked from Victorian illustrated postcards dwell in forests that are part Gustave Doré, part Jean-Antoine Watteau, and are expressionistically rendered. This is...

Jen Aitken: Romantic Gestures

Opening Thursday, April 25, 2024 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Jen Aitken will be in attendance. Snacks and beverages will be served. Artist’s Talk Saturday, April 27 at 1:00 p.m. Opening and Artist's Talk held in conjunction with the Art Dealers Association of Canada Art Hop  TrépanierBaer is thrilled to present Romantic Gestures by Jen Aitken, the artist's...

Michael Smith: Sea of Change at Beaverbrook Art Gallery

May 25th – November 7th Official Opening, July, 18th, 2024 Catalogue with text by Nancy Tousley Published by Goose Lane Editions with Beaverbrook Art Gallery TrépanierBaer is pleased to announce Michael Smith will be the subject of a solo exhibition at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton, New Brunswick,...

The Talented Professor Henry: On Enigmatic Artist Alicia Henry

Nashville Scene By Laura Hutson Hunter Fisk Univeristy professor's first solo exhibition titled Alicia on view as part of the inaugural statewide Tennessee Triennial.  Alicia Henry is relaxed inside the Carl Van Vechten Gallery. She is relaxed in most places, but especially here — the gallery, named after the...