Exhibitions

Mitchel Smith: Faktura

JUN 7, 2013 - JUN 28, 2013 I first met Mitchel Smith in 1982, shortly after he had graduated from the fine arts program at the University of Alberta. He was making abstract paintings which were quite good at that early stage, but what I remember most from that meeting was being impressed by his … Continue reading Mitchel Smith: Faktura

Walter Early: Coloring Book

NOV 30, 2012 - DEC 15, 2012 Common Sense proudly announces the opening of “Coloring Book,” a solo exhibition of new sculptures by American artist Walter Early. A recent transplant to Edmonton, Walter Early is originally from Kentucky. He developed an interest in sculpture while attending the University of Kentucky, where he received his BFA. … Continue reading Walter Early: Coloring Book

Conversations

NOV 2, 2012 - NOV 24, 2012 Charles Grabinsky + Neil McClelland + Robert Dmytruk + Patrick Jacob + David Shkolny Common Sense happily announces the opening of “Conversations,” a group exhibition of pictures and sculptures by western Canadian artists Charles Grabinsky, Neil McClelland, Robert Dmytruk, Patrick Jacob, and David Shkolny. The five artists represented … Continue reading Conversations

Franklin Einspruch: How Deep My Pleasure

OCT 5, 2012 - OCT 27, 2012 Common Sense invites you to attend “How Deep My Pleasure,” a solo exhibition of recent paintings and drawings by Boston- based artist and art writer Franklin Einspruch. Einspruch’s work concentrates on the figure, which he depicts with an economical line and evocative hues using mixtures of watercolour, gouache, … Continue reading Franklin Einspruch: How Deep My Pleasure

Russell Bingham: Back Alleys and Side Streets

APR 27, 2012 - MAY 19, 2012 Common Sense is pleased to present Back Alleys and Side Streets – Finding Beauty in the Overlooked Urban Environment, a new solo exhibition by Russell Bingham, showcasing his alternate photographic views of Edmonton’s local landscape. “I suspect that most viewers will be struck by the ordinariness of my … Continue reading Russell Bingham: Back Alleys and Side Streets