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Earlier this year, readers submitted their favourite people, places, shops, services, businesses and more in an open nomination round, and the most popular candidates made it to a multiple-choice final round where the top vote-getters became winners.This roughly 28,801-word feature you’re looking at contains the hard work of writers, artists, editors and other staff and freelancers who care about this city and want nothing more than to see it grow, thrive and, yes, continue to evolve.They were mostly paintings and sculptures, so I explained to her there was a whole world of art out there that she needed to learn to appreciate.I told her that what she before we left the gallery was that great food like Chiron’s Mustardaise could be considered art, and in fact Joe Fafard once walked by my kiosk outside Bazaart and looked at my Mustardaise jars really intently, like he was trying to understand a whole new art form.
Kayley said I needed to keep my voice down because I was sort of shouting. that ran at the Mac Kenzie Gallery last fall/winter, 2015, Wilf Perreault snags the title as Best Artist for 2015.
Born near Albertville, SK in 1947, he arrived in Regina in the early 1970s and quickly settled on the thing that would define his career.