cre8ery: Manitoba Stories by Roger V. Sutherland, March 24 - April 4

Reception: March 24, 7-10pm

Additional Hours March 25 to April 4: Tuesday to Friday, 12-6pm; Saturday, 12-5pm

Each painting is a short story.

Skeleton Beach: The skeletons of small animals and fish, and the large skeletons of trees uprooted by large slabs of ice blown inland by North Westerly winds.

Goat Island: A Farmer carries his goat and cattle to an island to graze for the summer. He is protected from his predators.

Inner Journey: Thirteen short stories interpreted by the viewers inner eye.

Roger Sutherland was born in St. Boniface in 1951. In '89, he started painting wildlife and prairie landscapes. Overtime Roger's painting style evolved into abstract painting that allows him to enjoy the freedom in expressing concepts and emotion. During the 1980s he met several prairie artists that influenced and encouraged him such as Roger Lafreniere, Hubert Theroux, Guy St. Goddard, Peter Dumans, and Geno Mazze. Currently he is an abstract artist living in Winnipeg.

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