Thursday July 24, 2014




Explore the many aspects of being human

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The Lovers, oil on canvas, by Iris Hauser.

Take some time for yourself this week and enjoy the current exhibition at the Chapel Gallery.

“Only Human” is a collection of works by Saskatoon artist, Iris Hauser. These paintings are an expression of the human condition using recognizable symbols and images. Each piece is substantial in size and detailed in content. They each tell an intricate story that can be interpreted by the viewer in their own way.

Hauser is known for her skill with figuration and hyper-realism, skills she developed on an extended trip through Europe in the 1970s. These elements, combined with the vibrant and strong use of colour, create an exhibition that is unforgettable.

“Only Human” is on exhibit until Nov. 27.

For more information please contact the Chapel Gallery at 445-1757. The Chapel Gallery is located in the Don Ross Centre at 891-99th St. and is open Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Support for the gallery is provided by the Saskatchewan Arts Board and the City of North Battleford.


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