Photo Credit: Susan Armstrong,1996

Photo Credit: Susan Armstrong,1996

June 28 - July 10, 1996
"Designs on the Future"

Laura Vickerson
Snow White and Rose Red

Inspired by the resurgence of romantic gothic literature, Laura Vickerson created a double costume set based upon the classical fairy tale of the sisters Snow White and Rose Red. The work consisted of a cape belonging to Rose Red that was constructed from red and white rose petals and a corset made of wax for Snow White.



Photo Credit: Susan Armstrong,1996

Photo Credit: Susan Armstrong,1996

David Hogg Artist Demonstration
Churchill Square

Soapstone carver David Hogg provided the visitors to Churchill Square an ongoing, live demonstration of his work. Hogg was the winner of the Works 1996 Corporate Commission Award and carved a raw 150 pound pillar of stone on site. In conjunction to his work on the Square, other carvings by Hogg were on display in Holt Renfrew at Manulife Place.

The Works “Designs on the Future” Featured Artist Exhibits

Cyrus Smith, “S.O.U.L.,” Winston Churchill Square.

David Hogg, Churchill Square.

Carla Costuros, Churchill Square.

Cachell Hennesscay, “Self Portrait,” Churchill Square.

Thierry Keruzore, Churchill Square.

Robin Collyer, “Tower,” Scotia Place, 10060 Jasper Avenue.

Robin Collyer, “Retouched Photographs,” Edmonton Centre, 102 Avenue and 101 Street.

Vincenzo Pietropaolo, “Harvest Pilgrims,” Edmonton Centre.

Moana Waywich, Tania Alessandrini, Izabella Orzelski, “The Three Graces,” Rigoletto’s, 10046 101A Avenue.

Sandra Wiens, “Interior Traces,” Zenari’s Bruchetteria, 10117 101 Street.

Vern Hume and Don Stein, “Undiscovery,” Commerce Place, 10155 102 Street.

Steven Heimbecker, “Soundpool: The Manufacturing of Silence,” Commerce Place.

Laura Vickerson, “Snow White and Rose Red,” Commerce Place.

Elizabeth Mackenzie, “Radiant Monster,” Commerce Place.

Theresa Towers-Rickard, “Finding My Voice,” Manulife Place, 101 Street and 102 Avenue.

David Hogg, Commerce Place.

Susan Shannon, “Veni, Vedi,” Zenari’s, Manulife Place.

Loretta Walz, Kelly Ramsey Building, Rice Howard Way, 10168 100A Avenue.

Dianne M. Lara and Larry MacIntosh, “Splitting Image,” Canada Trust Tower, Edmonton Centre West, 10104 103 Avenue.

Featured Community Arts Groups, Post Secondary Institutions, Art Organizations, Workshops

W.P. Wagner School, “Idea Workshop,” Churchill Square.

Red Deer College, “International Artist-in-Residence 96,” City Hall, #1 Sir Winston Churchill Square.

Edmonton Contemporary Artists’ Society, “Sculpture By Invitation,” Edmonton Law Courts Plaza, #1A Sir Winston Churchill Square.

The Edmonton Art Gallery, “The Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art,” #2 Sir Winston Churchill Square.

Edmonton Public Schools, “Portfolio Award,” 9828 101A Avenue.

The Hope Foundation, “Images of Hope: The Donna Cipin Collection,” Centennial Library, #7 Sir Winston Churchill Square.

Alberta Foundation for the Arts, “A Natural Fixation,” Centennial Library.

University of Lethbridge, Edmonton Art Gallery, and The Works. “Art at Work from the Workplace to the Public Collection,” Scotia Place.

Photographer’s Gallery, Edmonton Centre.

SNAP, “Centre In – SNAP Members Show,” Edmonton Centre.

Montreal Printmakers Collaborative, “Impressions – Contemporary Print In Montreal,” Edmonton Centre.

ANOSA, “ANOSA – World 96; 1st Stop Oklahoma,” Edmonton Centre.

Red Deer College, “Introspective: A Collection of Red Deer College Student Work,” CHQT Building, 10154 103 Street.

Alberta Society of Artists, “Symbols of Civilizations,” The Royal LePage Building, 10130 103 Street.

rowles and parham design galleries, “Alberta Glass: A Survey,” The Royal LePage Building.

Canada Home Furnishing and Consumer Products Design Competition, “Virtu,” Commerce Place.

ex officio, Commerce Place.

rowles and parham design gallery, “Selections from rowles and parham design gallery,” Manulife Place.

University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension, Manulife Place.

Women’s Art Resouce Centre. “The Quilt Project,” The Edmonton Journal, 10006 101 Street.

Latitude 53 Gallery, “Sighting the Male,” The Great West Saddlery Building, 10137 104 Street.

Grant MacEwan Fine Art Exhibition, “ Risk. Experimentation. Resolve.,” Grant MacEwan College, 10700 104 Avenue.

Harcourt House, “Members’ Show: Brown Paper Packages Tied Up in String,” “Naked IV,” 10215 112 Street.