Tag Archives: Dennis Tourbin Gallery

MacDonald’s Menagerie at NAC

Melanie MacDonald’s Florida Noir, in the Dennis Tourbin Gallery at Niagara Artists Centre, is another example of how she’s one of the finest painters in the region. We talked about her influences and I offer some impressions of the works on display. Continue reading

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Cooler Than Cool: worthless and priceless

Kati Mazi and Jenn Judson are two of the more entertaining young artists I’ve been fortunate enough to meet and talk with in Niagara. This exhibition was alternately hilarious and a bit disturbing, in the Dennis Tourbin gallery at NAC. Continue reading

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∞ Lightness by Adam CK Vollick

Vollick is a multi disciplinary artist who showed some newer works in the Dennis Tourbin space at NAC: his photos are evocative and I found I couldn’t stop thinking about them, so here’s some of those thoughts that the work inspired. Continue reading

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William Griffiths: a history in texture and time / lovely ruins

William Griffiths’ works in the Dennis Tourbin space are engaging images of the industrial wasteland, and we talked about his work and aesthetic. Continue reading

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