Posts filed under: Piano Nobile Gallery

  Show Statement: These paintings explore our role as co-creators of our own reality. We are always both creating and exploring a labyrinth of possibilities by choosing what we will be aware of and what we will be oblivious to. In...
Show Statement: The works presented herein were inspired by the WSO’s Spring season 2017. References to Stravinky’s “Firebird” coupled with Falla’s Gershwin’s sophistication are conveyed through Lily Lim’s elegant classic balletic imagery and Paul Toews exciting and imaginative new tableaux....
 December 5, 2016 — January 15, 2017 Symphony of Colour, Texture, Diversity   Eleonore’s texture-based work derives from her fascination with layers of time and human experience. She perceives successive tiers of experience built upon the hurts and hopes, the...
October 2nd to December 5th The 19th century Impressionists introduced a way of painting that highlighted innovation, exuberant brushwork, and freedom of expression. Monet, Renoir, and the others were independent artists, and despite their diverse approaches to painting, were contemporaries...
  About the Exhibit: The Manitoba Society of Artists was established in 1902 to recognize the merits of Manitoba’s outstanding artists, to promote and encourage visual artists in Manitoba and to provide a western equivalent to the Ontario Society of...
SUMMER SHOW GALLERY LINK Biographies Heather Boyd Heather has been a resident of Manitoba for the last 10 years. She graduated from the University of Manitoba, then received further education in Alberta, returning to Manitoba to become a full time...
In the Piano Nobile Gallery Centennial Concert Hall 555 Main Street, Winnipeg, MB February 29th to  April 10th, 2016. THE NORTHERN LINE This body of work investigates the concept of mood painting and focuses on the Nordic summer night and...
  The Manitoba Society of Artists (MSA) is pleased to announce it has contracted with the Centennial Concert Hall to Curate the Art Exhibitions that are held on the Piano Nobile. The MSA plans to hold five exhibitions a year....