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current exhibitions

The following shows are currently on exhibit at Two Rivers Gallery in our main Canfor galleries. Visit Two Rivers Gallery to view these great exhibitions before they close! Check out the exhibits in our Rustad Galleria as well.

October 21 - January 8, 2017

Allyson Glenn, The Cave 1, 2013. Acrylic and oil on canvas.


Allyson Glenn

Saskatoon artist Allyson Glenn is a figurative painter who specializes in portraiture and the figure. In Catalyst, her subjects are abstracted and combined with architecture, landscape, and interiors. In June 2012, Glenn discovered a substantive oil spill under her house.

This exhibition explores the artist’s personal experience of this event, offering insight into the psychological impact of contamination and the deeper meaning of how people relate to the environment. This project may provide testimony for those who live in proximity to oil and gas development and transportation sites, and who might question, “what would happen if…”  

October 21 - January 8, 2017

Jerome Fortin, Marines (Seascapes), 2002. Plastic bottles on board.


Various Artists

Two Rivers Gallery’s permanent collection continues to grow largely through the generosity of collectors and exhibiting artists. One of the functions of artwork in the collection is to document the world in which the artist and of, course, ourselves, live. Following themes woven throughout the 2016 exhibition year this exhibition will serve as a point of access to ideas around climate change. Though some work may address this theme directly, other work stems form periods prior to the kind of broad awareness of climate-based environmental change we understand today and stand as an interesting barometer of change.

September 15 - October 23, 2016

MakerLab Youth Immersion Exhibition

Kobe Antoine, Megan Groves, Erica Haugland, Calvin Joseph, Vernon Joseph, Joshua Kitchen, Marcus MacDonald, Nathan Mickey, Stefanie Stratton, Tyler VanderPloeg, Kathleen Angelski, Ron Clemmons, Darren Ditto, Cyndi Framst, Louise Framst, Lenard Paquette, Jennifer Pighin, Ken Turner

In 2015 Two Rivers Gallery received funding through the BC Arts Council Youth Engagement Program for a new project, MakerLab Youth Immersion. It was initiated with the goal of engaging youth in active learning of traditional craft and new technologies. We recruited a group of twelve youth, ages 15 – 20, half of whom self-identify as aboriginal, to be mentored from September 2015 through June 2016. During the first seven months of the program the youth were mentored by local artists, Elders, craftspeople, and Makers. They completed modules in First Nations design, carving, wood turning, metal smithing, silver clay, 3D printing, and laser engraving.

Once all of the modules were complete, our youth Makers worked on their own independent projects, which have been placed in the exhibition, alongside projects their Mentors made.

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Once you have visited the exhibitions and learned more about the artists, we encourage you to roll up your sleeves!

Head to our ‘make art make sense’ area and follow the artist’s lead. Use the materials provided in the studio to create your own works of art inspired by the exhibiting artist, drawing on the themes introduced in the exhibitions or playing with similar materials.


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