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Between Earth & Sky

 Featuring Works By Edward Becenko, Andrew Beck, Miriam Rudolph,
Tim Schouten, Robert Sim, and Bette Woodland

Gurevich Fine Art invites you to discover the influence on Manitoban artists of the vast prairie landscape at Between Earth & Sky. As people of the prairie, the horizon dominates our consciousness. It is an endless line that connects the past and the present. The colours in our sky, textures of our fields and our urban grit stir the six Manitoban artists presented in this exhibit. Between Earth & Sky proves that the prairies are a limitless source of inspiration where each artist tells a distinct story. The exhibit opens at Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson on July 14th and is on display until October 5th, 2014. 

Read more and see the works.

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Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson specializes in highlighting gifted artists primarily from Winnipeg. The collaboration between gallery and bookseller is the culmination of art, intellect and culture in one space. The relationship is based on the shared belief that reading and art are integral for an observant, imaginative and rewarding life. Each month a curated exhibit will feature smaller scale works from a different artist. Sign up for the Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson newsletter to receive reminders about upcoming exhibits and other special events.

ABOUT GUREVICH FINE ART @ MCNALLY ROBINSON

Gurevich Fine Art and McNally Robinson Booksellers have partnered to create the gallery space: Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson. The partnership is the culmination of a passion for art, intellect and culture to be enjoyed in one collective space. The relationship is based on the shared belief that reading and art are integral for an observant, imaginative and rewarding life. 

Three years ago McNally Robinson owners Paul and Holly McNally realized there was a gap in the Winnipeg art scene. There were very few commercial spaces for artists to show and sell their work. It was from this realization that they created the Small Works Series for the Prairie Ink Café in McNally Robinson’s Grant Park location.  Independently, Howard Gurevich had come to the same conclusion and he created the gallery Gurevich Fine Art. Winnipeg based painter Keith Wood introduced the McNally’s and Gurevich, and their synergy created the plan for further development of the of Winnipeg’s artistic community. 

Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson specializes in highlighting gifted artists primarily from Winnipeg. Each month a curated exhibit will feature smaller scale works from different a different artist.

 

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Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson is located in Winnipeg’s Grant Park Shopping Centre close to major transit routes and minutes away from the iconic Corydon Avenue and Osborne Village.  

McNally Robinson Grant Park
John Toews, Events Coordinator
events@grant.mcnallyrobinson.ca
Phone: 204-453-0424 ext. 227
1120 Grant Ave, Winnipeg, MB, R3M 2A6

Gurevich Fine Art
Alexandra Rohne, Communications Coordinator
Tel: (204) 488-0662 | Fax: (204) 942-8144 | Web: www.gurevichfineart.com
Email: arohne@gurevichfineart.com | Twitter: @gurevichfineart
200-62 Albert Street, Winnipeg, MB Canada R3B 1E9