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Fall Focus on Painting
Gisele Bauche:
Ebb and Flow of Life
November 7 to December 21, 2016
The Bauche family produced a number of artists with a Yorkton connection! Gisele's paintings include still life, abstract expression and religious icons in a power array of fluid colour, form and creative spirit.
Opening reception: 2pm on Sunday, November 13
Join us to meet Gisele and help celebrate her work
Fall Focus on Painting

Leah Marie Dorion:
Being One with the Earth
now closed, on its way to La Ronge for January!
The work of Leah Marie Dorion is firmly rooted in traditional Métis teachings of her Grandmothers. As an educator, researcher and writer, Leah includes teachings from other nations and territories into her paintings and embraces these understandings because everyone is on Mother Earth together. Strength, balance, harmony, love, and resilience are common themes throughout her work.
Dorion incorporates natural elements into her works, such as blending mica and sand into her paint, adding rocks, berries, bark and other earthly elements into her paintings, which are highly layered. Vibrant colours and metallics are subtly enhanced by beadwork carefully sewn onto the canvas, adding a further element of glitter and tradition.
Another inspiring exhibition on tour organized by OSAC, the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils
Our Atrium is an Aviary!

Shawna Dycks
September 25 to December 18, 2016
Fourteen bird portraits are poised in the Atrium hallway gallery upstairs at the Godfrey Dean, by Saskatoon photographer Shawna Dycks. Shawna has been avidly photographing birds, wildlife and nature for four years. She loves the excitement it brings and the challenge, crediting patience, frequency and luck as the keys to making better photos. Birds seem to let her approach without fear and look right into her lens while resting calmly. Shawna is accompanied on her photo walks by an eleven year old chocolate lab named CJ, who is obviously a very calming influence as well.
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