Halin de Repentigny
Joseph Tisiga (b.1984) is Kaska Dene First Nation and of mixed European heritage, currently living in Whitehorse, Yukon. Tisiga's multidisciplinary practice includes performance, photography, sculpture, installation, however painting and drawing are situated at the root. His work examines notions of identity, cultural and social inheritance, the mundane, the metaphysical mythological, etc... which filter through an evolving narrative construct and are unified in his practice.
Jenifer Davidson is a multi-media artist who seeks to combine nature's simple beauty with a human created components. Born and raised under the spell of the Yukon, Jenifer expresses her enchantment with her home soil through visual art, sculpture, jewellery, woodwork, and any other medium that speaks from her soul.
Harreson began his study of sculpture at the Ottawa School of Art 33 years ago. In 2000, this vocation became his full-time career. In 2002, Harreson and his wife made Whitehorse their home. In subsequent years he has helped create a cooperative art gallery, a private art gallery and has worked as business manager, curator and participating artist. Harreson works in clay and bronze, primarily producing portraits of historical figures, in the form of masks, and busts.
Sandra Grace Storey
"Sandra hopes to blur the boundaries of ego and culture in order to celebrate simple feelings, memories and human nature." Art Adventures On Yukon Time
Chantel is a self-taught acrylic artist who has been based in Whitehorse, Yukon since 2016. She grew up in Pinawa, Manitoba and Deep River, Ontario. After attending university in Ottawa and then Vancouver, she moved North after falling in love with a Yukoner. In 2019, her piece ?Walking out of the Library at Night? won a spot on the cover of the Northwestel phone directory. Her artwork has been part of group exhibitions at the Yukon Arts Centre, Arts Underground and at public libraries and she has had solo shows at local spots like Baked Cafe
It wasn?t until her late 30?s that a series of transformative events led her back to her genuine self. Job loss, and a diagnosis of incurable, degenerative blindness, helped Maegan rediscover herself as an artist. Today Maegan lives and paints in the Yukon; a place she has called home for the last 25 years. Maegan has studied fine art with the Emily Carr School of Art and Design, and with Indonesian artist, Tulus Warsito. Maegan is currently studying art therapy, with the hopes of helping others discover and explore their authentic selves.
As her ability to process images and colour changes, Maegan rejoices in the details of her visual world.Maegan?s art can be seen in various private collections throughout North America.
Heather Von Steinhagen