Friday, 14 July 2017

Kathleen Crosby


Kathleen Crosby was born and raised in Winnipeg, and currently resides there. She is a professional, prolific artist and a member of the Manitoba Society of Artists. Kathleen is on the board of directors and does much volunteering for the arts community. 


Joy Bursts 36" x 36" acrylic on canvas


Painting colourful works in an impressionistic style, she has had her paintings displayed in multiple group exhibitions. Completing many private commissions, in 2013 Kathleen was honored to be commissioned by The Health Science Center (Winnipeg) C.R.C. to paint a public triptych for the foyer,11 feet in total width. In 2011, Kathleen was awarded a grant by the Manitoba Arts Council. In October of 2013, she displayed 36 paintings in her solo exhibit “Beauty by the Brushstroke” which was located at Pulse Gallery. 



Winters Peace, 12" x 12" acrylic SOLD


Her works are in private collections across Canada and the US. Kathleen is inspired by life, nature, music and spirituality.


Spirit Flows, 17" x  50" acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas.


Island of Hope 40" x 60" SOLD

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Garry Budyk

Garry Budyk is a nature and wildlife photographer, birder and naturalist from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Garry has a passion for the diverse landscapes of Manitoba, ranging from the dramatic skies and vistas of the prairies, to the rugged wilderness of the Canadian Shield, to Manitoba's "inland seas".


Prairie Two-Track, Pierson, Manitoba

We see a connection to the history of Manitoba in his photographs of old barns and prairie grain elevators, inviting viewers to relive memories and revisit their own family histories.

The Old Red Barn, Wampum, Manitoba

Great Gray Owl, Bird River, Manitoba


“I strive to create images that take a step beyond being simply “beautiful pictures” (and I daresay there are unlimited opportunities to find said beauty in Manitoba!). What I attempt to create are images that catch the viewer's eye, draws them into the scene and makes a connection to their own life experience. Smiles and good memories of sitting by a rushing waterfall … Grandpa's old barn … hearing the crunch of autumn leaves as you walked that path through the forest … that little owl you found roosting in your backyard. Beautiful photos yes, but hopefully so much more.”

Autumn Trail, Birds Hill Provincial Park, Manitoba

Grain Exchange Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Black and white continues to be an important part of Garry's work.  Architectural gems in Winnipeg's Historic Exchange District, old prairie grain elevators and monochromatic renderings of the natural world are some of the main themes Garry presents in black and white.

Garry's" Images of Manitoba” grace homes and businesses worldwide, showcasing the beauty of Manitoba to audiences around the globe.

Friday, 12 May 2017

Design Quarter Winnipeg

Pulse Gallery, Johnston Terminal, Winnipeg

Have you heard about Design Quarter Winnipeg?

 "It's a curated destination experience within a walkable area of our city, creating a community of authentic, local retail + design culture."

"Design Quarter Winnipeg is a non-profit organization aimed at providing a go-to platform for design-conscious consumers to experience Winnipeg's central hub of creative + innovative destinations!"

Pulse Gallery is so excited to be a part of this organization. 
Check out their website and download the map.

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Kathleen Black


Kathleen currently holds a BFA from the University of Manitoba and has furthered her studies in glass at the Alberta College of Art and Design and Red Deer College.

Vast, 24" x 24" framed acrylic & glass by Kathleen Black

Art is about light and time.
Dawn light travelling over the day becoming moonlight.
So we grow and change
Things that are transparent become opaque
Really, it is all about time.
The time of day, time of life, how little or great the time.

Pate de verre leaves by Kathleen Black


Kathleen's primary interest involves the exploration of time as depicted by light as it travels throughout the day and seasons. Her people and landscapes all speak to this interest in our limited time here.  Kathleen’s work is in collections across Canada and as far away as Australia.

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Torch & Canvas, Peter DuMans


Torch & Canvas


Peter DuMans
Selected works from March 1-31, 2017. 
Many more works and artist reception March 10, from 7-9 pm


Tree of Life
Peter DuMans is a Winnipeg artist who learned to express himself visually from an early age. He began working in metal in high school and went on to take a number of off-campus courses to augment his passion for creating with metal.
 

The Raven 20" x 24" acrylic

The world around him is his inspiration. He uses the welding torch much as a paint brush when creating his art. Peter predominately creates in copper, brass, stainless steel and chrome.His sculptural forms as well as his multi media works on canvas sometimes includes clay and wood.



Jessica Lake Island 16" x 20" by Peter DuMans
The greatest compliment a patron can pay me is...'I don't know why I like it, but I know I have to have it.'


Grove of Trees 12" x 24" acrylic by Peter DuMans




Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Valentine's Day gift ideas

If you are looking for last minute gifts for the people in your life...
we have a very large selection in all price points.  

Glass & Wire Slipper, Costume Art Card, Fused Glass Heart, Best Friend clock
Companion Mugs & Plates,  Love Goblets, Glass Pate de Verre leaf



Twin Polar Bears, Glass Pate de Verre Heart, Jewelry
 Heart shaped bowl, Love You to The Moon and Back Pebble art, The Aunties on Vacation





Saturday, 21 January 2017

Pulse; the Rhythm and Expression of Manitoba Artists

Do you have your very own copy yet? Perfectly gift boxed, pen included.


The Pulse Gallery Journal


The perfect gift!

Indigo Traffic, watercolour by Wayne Purvis; one of the journal pages.


I would like to express my gratitude to the dedicated group at Pulse Gallery who have worked tirelessly and passionately to bring this project to fruition. Many thanks to the incredible local artists who have graciously shared their talent. It is with great pride that we continue to celebrate and promote the diverse original works created by Manitoba’s fine artists. We are grateful for their support… this journal is for them.