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December 18, 2012

Art in Assiniboine Park


Assiniboine Park Conservancy Events

Walter J. Phillips/Clarence Tillenius Christmas Card Collection
Through January 6, 2013
Clarence Tillenius Gallery (2nd Floor Pavilion)
Free

Walter J. Phillips: Essay in Woodcuts
Through March 10, 2013
John P. Crabb Gallery
Free

Yellow - Ivan Eyre
Through March 31, 2013
Ivan Eyre Gallery-Pavilion, Assiniboine Park
Free
This exhibition explores the use of yellows and ochres in Ivan Eyre’s art. The oldest yellow pigment is yellow ochre. Egyptians and the ancient world made wide use of the mineral orpiment for a more brilliant yellow. In the Middle Ages, Europeans manufactured lead tin yellow. They later imported Indian yellow and rediscovered the method for the production of Naples yellow, which was used by the Egyptians.


Leo Mol Paintings
Pavilion Gallery Museum (Clarence Tillenius Gallery)
January 8 - March 31, 2013

Leo Mol made frequent sketching trips with members of the Group of Seven, including A. Y. Jackson, and Frederick Varley, to North West Ontario and within Manitoba where he subsequently produced a number of small oil paintings. The influence of the G7 on his style and palette is visible both in his handling of the medium and in his subject.


Assiniboine Park Pavilion Gallery Museum presents The Pooh Gallery Exhibit
Through Tuesday, April 30, 2013

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