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Phyllis Herman: Sketches
April 2 to May 7, 2018
 
Born and raised in Yorkton, Phyllis Herman has been painting since 1972 but drawing since her early childhood years. This is her second solo exhibition at Godfrey Dean Art Gallery, and although she is primarily known for her work in oil paint this exhibition features a set of coloured pencil drawings.
 
"Prairie scenes are my favorite subject but I also enjoy painting flowers, animals and pencil portraits. Most of my work is done from photographs taken in rural areas." 
 
While Phyllis has taken a few painting classes over the years, her pencil work is entirely self taught. And speaking of teaching, through the community college she has taught oil painting classes in small towns in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and has held classes in her home for over 30 years!
 
 
Current Exhibition
 
 
DIMENSIONS
March 19 to May 7, 2018
 
Our new exhibition is a glittering display of the best Fine Craft art and artisans in Saskatchewan. This is one of our favourite shows! Every two years the Craft Council holds a province-wide call for entries, with awards for accomplishment in every form. Each time the touring exhibition arrives, it's like a treasure chest of precious and curious objects. For instance this steampunk-infused flying pig by Jim Mason!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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