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Sandra Grace Storey

A portal to the world

Yukon artist Lawrie Crawford imagined a gallery, an airy space with high ceilings and bigbeautiful windows. She could picture Suzanne Paleczny’s sculpture of Icarus hanging there.With that vision an idea was born. Crawford and...

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Ideas, Laughter, and Making Art

Armed with everything they need to make art, plus some delicious egg salad sandwiches, 12 Yukon artists left their lives behind and tucked themselves into the woods to make art together. Members of the Southern Lakes Artist...

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Where the Wild Women Are

During the hour I spend interviewing Maureen Morris and Sandra Grace Storey I barely ask a question. The paths of the two artists have crossed more than once during their careers, but today is the first time they meet. They sink...

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We Are Golden

As I walk into the Yukon Arts Centre early on a Tuesday morning I pass a woman holding some wild flowers in her hands. Our eyes meet in the way eyes seem to meet in the Yukon — a second longer than normal, accompanied by a...

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Rabbit and Raven

The Storey of Raven and Rabbit was originally planned for New Zealand.Sandra Grace Storey, born and raised in Whitehorse, spent her childhood summers in a cabin on Tagish Lake. At 18 she moved to Calgary for art school. Then she...

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Building a Show Together

Boats, fish and human figures cavort through the Yukon Art Society Gallery in Paul and Jeanine Baker’s Fired and Formed exhibition of collaborative works in metal and glass.In Autumn Wind, twisty spot-welded twigs cling to...

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