April 23rd through 25th, 2015 brings together eleven internationally acclaimed Saskatchewan artists to showcase the diversity of their work and to engage the public. The Conexus Art Centre, Jacqui Shumiatcher Room will be transformed into a gallery where each artist is available to answer questions and provide information centred around their individual art practice and chosen medium. From painting to jewellery, glass, handmade instruments, porcelain , wood and stone sculpture the ReginArt 2015 exhibition and sale promises to meet and exceed any art collector’s expectation.
ReginArt 2015 represents the following artists: Jacqueline Berting and James Clark (glass and metal), Peter Sawchyn (guitar maker), Dale Lowe (wood turning), Mary Lynn Podiluk (art jeweller & goldsmith), Val Moker (painter), Larry Trask (stone sculpture & painter ) and Denyse and Rod Simair (crystalline porcelain), Lloyd Dubois (First Nations painting) and Morley Maier (handmade willow baskets).
One of the objectives of the event is the active engagement of the public. Plans are underway to welcome teachers and school groups during the day Thursday and Friday. It is the collective goal of ReginArt 2015 to open conversation between artists and students who may be considering an artistic career path. Artists aim to communicate and educate openly about income possibilities, the diversity and personal fulfillment an art career has to offer.
ReginArt 2015 provides a convenient location with complementary parking and free admission to all visitors.
Thursday, April 23rd, 1:00pm through 5:00pm; Friday, April 24th from 10:00am through 8:00pm and April 25th, 10:00am to 5:00pm
April/avril 23-25, 2015