Anecdoted Topography of Place (April 24 to June 30, 2015)
Amber Phelps Bondaroff discusses her exhibit of work as “a poetic combination of personal experience, reflection and re-iteration of places, spaces, people and things from recent surrounding environments. This work was influenced by the novel “An Anecdoted Topography of Chance,” written by Fluxus artist Daniel Spoerri in 1962. The novel maps objects laying at random on Spoerri’s table revealing a series of interconnected musings and memories woven from events, people and things surrounding the artist at that time.”
Light Passing Through Glass (March 4 to April 15, 2015)
Michael Bell’s first exhibition of creative work was very warmly received at the Hague. His highly technical photographic approach imbues a scientific sensibility to the playful, abstract imagery he creates by capturing light as it refracts through marbles.
It’s All About Saskatchewan (January 15 to February 28, 2015)
Inspired by the place where she was born and raised, Sandra Knoss paints the landscape of Saskatchewan in vivid colour and dynamic lines. Her energetic patterns capture a sense of motion that is evocative of her experience of life on the prairie.
Terra Somatic (November 18 to December 30, 2014)
Jay Kimball’s new work, Terra Somatic, is a collection of works made of earth to harmonize with the body. Elegant and textural, the pieces invite a closer look at their gorgeous details.
Horrid: Journey Into the Dark (September 26 to November 13, 2014)
The Hague Gallery hosted local artists Joel Hustak and Matthew Lapierre with their exhibition of drawings and paintings as an experiment in concept creation. The two artists delved deep into the dark abyss of their imaginations to bring forth creatures and landscapes of great strangeness and horror.
Men Who Paint: Northern Landscapes (April 26 to 27, 2014)
The Hague Gallery will be hosting a showing of paintings by Canadian landscape artists Cam Forrester, Greg Hargarten, Paul Trottier, Roger Trottier and Ken Van Rees, also known as the Men Who Paint. The work will be exhibited from April 26 – 27th, with an artist reception on Saturday, April 26th from 7:00 – 9:00PM.
Northern Landscapes will feature pieces by the artists of the Northern Canadian scenes that have become the hallmark of the group and will also include many Saskatchewan locales including paintings of La Ronge, Cypress Hills and Echo Lake near Fort Qu’Appelle.
Graffiti Cubism: It’s Just a Phase (January 13 to February 21, 2014)
The Hague Gallery is proud to present Graffiti Cubism: It’s Just a Phase, an exhibition of new work by Cruz Anderson. Graffiti Cubism is an amalgam of both graffiti and cubism, remaining true to the traditional cubist method of extracting lines and applying its principles to graffiti art. The show features a selection of paintings, drawings, and props that invite the viewer to explore various phases of Anderson’s creative process. Cruz Anderson has been experimenting with a variety of media and graffiti since childhood, and has been studying graffiti “religiously” for the past three years. He is currently enrolled in Visual Arts at the University of Regina.
Our Town Regina (November 29, 2013 to January 5, 2014)
Saskatchewan NAC (Network for Art Collecting) is hosting Our Town – Regina, a group exhibition and sale of artwork depicting Regina scenes from a wide range of Saskatchewan artists. The show and sale — at the Hague Gallery, 1843 Hamilton Street, downtown Regina — will be held Friday and Saturday, November 29th and 30th.
Relationshit: Brendan Schick, Christopher Brown, Miranda Brown, Becky Thera, Alexandra Apesland and Chloé Dufour (September 12 to November 24, 2013)
“There are good ships and wood ships, and ships that sail the seas. But the best ships are friendships, and may they always be.” The works in this exhibit are created from multiple perspectives and represent important factors that affect the quality of our relationships. Since ‘Relationshit’ is the title of the show, many of the personal stories relating to the artwork involve challenging or outright negative experiences that have, hopefully, propelled the artist forward in the end.