SEPTEMBER 8 - 22, 2018
OCTOBER 13 - 27, 2018
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Diana Thorneycroft b. 1956
Diana Thorneycroft is an artist based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She has exhibited internationally, and her work can be found in noteworthy public collections such as the National Gallery of Canada, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Alberta, the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the Royal Bank of Canada, the Bank of Montreal, and TD Bank. Thorneycroft has won numerous awards, including an Assistance to Visual Arts Long-term Grant from the Canada Council, several Senior Arts Grants from the Manitoba Arts Council and a Fleck Fellowship from the Banff Centre for the Arts. Thorneycroft's photography was featured in the 2002 Phaidon Press publication, Blink, which presented the work of 100 rising stars in photography.
Samantha Dickie is a contemporary ceramic artist living and working in Victoria, BC. Her work has been exhibited across Western Canada in public galleries in Alberta, Yukon and British Columbia, as well as being represented by the Jonathon Bancroft Snell Gallery in London, Ontario.
Samantha majored in ceramics at the Kootenay School of the Arts in Nelson B.C. While trained as a functional potter, she soon became absorbed in abstract sculptural work and public installation. After receiving her diploma in ceramics, she has attended residencies at the Banff Centre and the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture. She has been awarded project grants from Canada Council, Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and the Yukon Arts Fund.
Since her first prints appeared in the collection in 2004, Ningeokuluk has been one of Kinngait studio’s most celebrated artists. She has a comprehensive knowledge of Inuit legends and a fine sense of design and composition. These elements have made many of her prints highly sought after by collectors. Ningeokuluk has had numerous solo shows of her bold and resplendent drawings and some of her work has been featured in exhibitions in major public galleries and museums.