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Unstoppable | April 2 – 27, 2019 | Winchester Galleries

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  • Infinity Squirrel, oil on panel, 30

shape/colour/form | Winchester Galleries | January 16 – February 2, 2019

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  • Skull: Squirrel cranium with teeth intact. Gifted by Dr. Charles Low, Invertebrate Biologist Xmas 2012 at Vic and Kathryn's house.

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These three #squirrel #deer #crow while birds sing 🎶 in the background. #urbananimals #sharedspace #squirrealism
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Eastern Cottontail, Sylvilagus floridanus. Eastern Cottontail are small, brown rabbits with white cottony tails. And this one today in mah garden! Yeah the magic rabbit is back! 🐿❤️🐇 #rabbit #urbananimals #sharedspace
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Unstoppable. Winchester Galleries, April 2-27, 2019. Opening reception, Saturday, April 6th, 2-4pm.

Winchester Galleries @wgalleries
2260 Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, V8R 1G7
250 595 2777

Artists include:
Carole Sabiston
Sandra Meigs
Elza Mayhew
Rita Letendre
Kathy Venter
Ann Kipling
Margaret Petersen
Molly Lamb Bobak
Pat Martin Bates
Mary Pratt
Vicky Marshall
Betty Goodwin
Rachel Berman
Florence H. McGillvray
Vicky Christou
Carollyne Yardley

#yyjevents #canadianart #vancouverisawesome #victoriabc #canadianartists #winchestergalleries #yyj
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Squirrel decal for the #squirreldatabase #Squirrealism #squirrel
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RIP Joe Fafard. It was so nice to meet you at openings and exhibitions over the years. I was just admiring your giant rooster outside Winchester Galleries yesterday.
#joefafard #canadianart @wgalleries
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High-rise by Shawn Shepherd at Audain Gallery | Visual Arts | UVic uses satire and sales to speak about the art market. A clever and amusing show. Photographed here with my “favourite” painting. Until March 16, 2019.
@shepherd5508 @uvic_mfa #yyjarts
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Deer usually win at staring contests, they have an admirably long attention span. According to a study by Microsoft in 2018, the average human being now has an attention span of eight seconds, which is about the same as a #squirrel
#squirrealism #urbananimals #deer #sharedspace #interspeciesfriendship
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An wonderful evening Honouring the Warrior Spirit curated by Yakawilas Child at Fortune Gallery March 9-27th, 2019.
Drawing: Ancestors, pen and ink, 10x14 by Isla Cook.
@fortune_gallery #yyjarts
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Happy International Women’s Day and a thank you to those who champion for equality in the arts. Guerilla Squirrel, 48”x48”, oil on panel 2015, is a tribute painting to the Guerilla Girls’. Since 1985, the Guerrilla Girls’, an anonymous collective of female artists and art-world professionals, have used gorilla masks, glue brushes, and acidly satiric posters to prove that humour (and fake fur) can illuminate and educate the art community to the sexism, racism and inequality in the art world. The Guerrilla Girls’ 1986 Report Card tallied the number of women represented by top New York galleries at the time.

In Feb 2015, curator Maura Reilly @maurareilly68 posted gallery gender statistics of Pussy Galore’s 2015 Report Card by the Feminist Art Collective showing the percentages of women represented by some of the top art galleries in New York City today. There is still a lot of work to be done.

Here’s to another 30 years of kicking idiocy in the arse.
#guerillagirls #guerillagirlsart #internationalwomensday #wonderwoman #squirrealism #squirrelmask *Photos include my first Wonder Woman costume made by my Awesome Mum who taught me how to be strong and brave.

About the Artist

Carollyne Yardley Omnimedia

Carollyne Yardley is an inter-disciplinary artist, speculative designer, and squirrel lover. Her practice is driven by research into the changing relationships between humans and non-humans in our urban environments, and imagining possible futures through hybrid-human development.

Carollyne Yardley has garnered all levels of press in Canada, featured in The Globe and Mail, The National Post, CTV News, CBC Radio, online weblogs, and the covers of several books and magazines.

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