August 24, 2012
The Manitoba Arts Network is pleased to announce a major traveling exhibition of Mike Grandmaison's photographs. The exhibition will launch at Pixels 2.1 Gallery in Winnipeg from September 7 to 29, 2012. This 38 print show will feature large sacale photographs based in part on the book 'Prairie and Beyond', published earlier in the spring by Turnstone Press.
January 5, 2012
Turnstone Press is pleased to announce an exhibition of 10 fine art prints by Winnipeg artist Mike Grandmaison. The images displayed offer a glimpse of the upcoming photographic book 'Mike Grandmaison's Prairie and Beyond'. The book will be available in late March.
The exhibition may be seen at the Millennium Library in downtown Winnipeg from January 6 - 31, 2012 at the Blankstein Gallery, skywalk entrance, 2nd Floor.
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'Pixels - The Exhibition' is held over for another week. It will end on Saturday July 2nd. This exhibition is the latest to be held at the new Pixels2Point1 Gallery in the historic 'Exchange District' in downtown Winnipeg. Pixels2Point1, also affectionately known as Pixels 2.1, is a gallery dedicated to displaying the works created by Manitoba photographers.
Pixels 2.1, a gallery dedicated to photography and the photographers of Manitoba, now features a group exhibition of its finest. 'Pixel Fusion', which runs from June 3 to 26, will feature 6 prints by each of the 12 photographers. Photographers exhibiting include Alexandra Morrison, Chris Brown, Chris Gray, Dennis Fast, Geoff Lussier, Hans Arnold, Mike Grandmaison, Mike Karakas, Keith Levit, Tami Reynolds, Rodney Brown and Anil Sud. June 3 will feature a 'Special Gala Opening' where folks can meet the artists beginning at 7:30 PM.
I had the honor of being selected as this year’s featured artist for Friesens 2011 limited edition corporate calendar. Friesens is arguably one of the world’s finest book printers and this prestigious, exclusive calendar features 58 of my “signature images”. The calendar is distributed to Friesen's clients and is also used by the corporation as a 'showcase' to attract new clients around the world.