Tag: Saskatchewan

Michael Hosaluk: Stories in Wood

Michael Hosaluk, an internationally known artist based in Saskatchewan, tells stories in innovative wood work, ranging from functional vessels and furniture, to highly decorative sculptural pieces  (Above: Bowl of Strange Fruit) From the series I’m a Little Teapot, wood, acrylic paint, copper, horsehair; 7″h x 7- l/4″diameter My […]

Anita Rocamora: An Ongoing Adventure

Saskatchewan artist Anita Rocamora says her work is an ongoing adventure of mind, imagination and hands, producing creations that are figurative, narrative and often humorous. -Wearing the Red Dress Mysteria Gallery says her exquisite figurative works “elicit feelings of joy, awareness, poetic whimsy and, most important, an intimate […]

Wilf Perrault: Beauty of the Commonplace

Even the titles of the works of  Saskatchewan artist Wilf Perrault reflect the simplicity of daily life: Home Time (above), Kitchen Lights (below).  His meticulous paintings of back alleys and streetscapes in Regina, where he has worked since the 1970s, create an understanding of the beauty of the […]