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Hello artists! We miss you!
The events of COVID-19 are preventing us from artistic and cultural gatherings that we love so much. And we can’t call for Landscape & Memory 2020 entries yet, because we don’t know when that exhibition will happen!
Luckily, we live in a vastly digital age which allows us to stay connected. We would love to see what you’ve been working on this winter.
The idea is simple; if you live in Yorkton or the surrounding area, then send us photos of your artwork. We will be featuring artists on our social media platforms (facebook.com/godfreydeanartgalllery and instagram.com/godfreydeanartgallery)
Send us up to 5 jpegs - just take a picture with your phone!
Be sure to include:
- Your name
- City or Town
- Name(s) of artwork and medium
- Short bio (25 words or less)
Open to Yorkton and area residents (within 100km radius)
Here are some extra tips on photographing artwork:
- Try to take photos directly facing the artwork, and not at an angle.
- It can be helpful to hang your artwork on the wall, but it is not necessary!
- Try to photograph in a well lit area.
- For sculpture artwork, choose a neutral background free of clutter or distraction.
Send the images to email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you
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Godfrey Dean Art Gallery is closed
Staff are working from home and can respond to email or phonecalls. Our building, Godfrey Dean Cutural Centre, is closed to the public as well, like all City facilities in Yorkton. We can arrange an appointment if necessary, but encourage everyone to follow the recommendations of the health authorities and the City of Yorkton.
Dimensions, a touring exhibition featuring the best of Saskatchewan Fine Craft as selected by the SK Craft Council, is waiting to be installed. We hope everyone gets a chance to see the work in person, including this elegant glassware by Kimberley Dickinson.
Stay safe and warm, we look forward to seeing you soon
Bonnie Conly, William Philpot, Crystal Rasso
is now closed!
Signposts is a touring exhibition circulated by OSAC featuring the work of Bonnie Conly, William Philpot and Crystal Rassi. Rolling yellow fielfds, farmyard debris, barbed wire gesnces disappearing into the horizon line, southern rural Saskatchewan is filled with familiar icons. Signposts brings together three Saskatchewan based artists who examine the familiiar imagery that dots our prairie landscape.
Winter Light is our new local and regional artist exhibition with Val Morhart, Laureen Johnson, Garry Harris, Katie Miller,
Phyllis Herman, Jocelyn Duchek, Barry Whitta, Kelly Patterson, Jean Spilak
Featuring Heartstrings Jewelry by guest artist Michelle Dall'Acqua