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11 May 2015 - 15:42, by , in Artists Press, Comments off

Click here to read more about Hans Schüle’s metal sculptures displayed at Art Container, Steffisburg, an outdoor art space open May 16- June 28, 2015. (Article in German)

17 April 2015 - 21:42, by , in Artists Press, Gallery Jones News, Comments off

An arts and culture magazine in London, UK called The Spaces features James Nizam’s exhibition “The Mnemonic Landscape”. Writer Betty Wood comments that James Nizam’s work “gives suburbia a new glow”.

Click here to read the article.

10 January 2015 - 14:55, by , in Artists Press, Gallery Jones News, Comments off

Ehyrn Torrell’s “Self-Similar” series of large-scale paintings, which traveled to Cape Breton University Art Gallery and the MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, is reviewed here in its incarnation at St. Mary’s University Art Gallery.












image: “Afternoon, Old Town”, acrylic on canvas, 68″ x 58″.

10 January 2015 - 13:18, by , in Artists Press, Gallery Jones News, Comments off

Very good, comprehensive essay about Erin O’Keefe’s work in Prism Photo Magazine.


10 January 2015 - 13:12, by , in Artists Press, Gallery Jones News, Comments off

A selection from Erin O’Keefe’s “Natural Disasters” series.  These were published in Vice’s 2014 Photo Issue.


10 January 2015 - 13:08, by , in Artists Press, Comments off

Interesting perspective on the photographs of Erin O’Keefe, who will be featured at Gallery Jones in March, 2015, as part of “The Avoidance of the Real” exhibition.




9 December 2014 - 11:33, by , in Artists Press, Exhibitions & Fairs, Gallery Jones News, Comments off
Cape Canaveral Curlingmixed media on panel, 48″ x 48″

Gallery Jones is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Paul Morstad. Morstad is a Vancouver-based painter, illustrator and film-maker whose narrative work is heavily influenced by the intersection of landscape, the natural world and the human experience. This is most strongly represented by Morstad’s use of maps as both an aesthetic and thematic element. From a compositional perspective the maps often form the background from which the fantastical emerges. This symbiotic relationship alludes to the human need to order and identify and also the idiosyncratic qualities of humankind, a species capable of mapping the ocean floor and coming up with curling.