Curriculum Vitae

This page was last updated sometime in 2013. From around 2012 to 2021 I was not actively pursuing a visual arts career, and I haven’t added anything since then.


2009-2013: Mysteria Gallery, Regina, Canada

2007-2009: Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon

Selected Exhibitions (*solo)

*2009: Crossroads and Flight, Mysteria Gallery, Regina, Canada

2009: Group show of gallery artists, Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada

2008: The Affordable Art Show, Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada

2008: Group show of gallery artists, Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada

2007: Group show of gallery artists, Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada

*2002: Crossroads, an AKA Members’ project, AKA Artist-run Centre, Saskatoon, Canada

2002: Between Frozen Sky and Burning Waters, Saskatchewan Craft Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada (two-person exhibition with La Soiree des Masques by Sylvie Lavallee)

2001: Under the Influence, Chapel Gallery, North Battleford, Canada

2001: Intersections, Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, Canada

*2001: Ed Pas, Siesta Coffee & Books, Saskatoon, Canada

*2000: Ed Pas, Siesta Coffee & Books, Saskatoon, Canada

*1999: Flames of the Deep, Amy’s On Second, Prince Albert, Canada

*1999: Rendezvous Beyond the Penumbra, Spiritworks, Saskatoon, Canada

1993: Darkness & Light, Trinity-Saint Paul’s Church, Toronto, Canada

*1992: Landscapes of Living and Dying, Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada

Web Galleries

1997: Conversations, (original gallery no longer online)

1997: Pyramid Suite, (original gallery no longer online)


2001, 2000, 1999: Waterfront (fine art and craft market), Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada

Awards & Grants

2009: Second Prize (tie), Limited Editions category, Alcuin Society 27th Annual Awards for Excellence in Book Design in Canada (books published in 2008) for Husk

2007: Shortlist, Public Art Competition: City of Regina, Wascana Park Skateboard Park, Regina, Canada

2001: Saskatchewan Arts Board, Visual Arts Individual Assistance Creative C Grant

2001: Saskatchewan Craft Council, Production & Marketing Assistance Grant


2009: Winter Colony, Saskatchewan Writers/Artists Colonies, Muenster, Canada

2001: Winter Colony, Saskatchewan Writers/Artists Colonies, Muenster, Canada

Lectures & Public Speaking

2007: “Art and Vectors: Adobe Illustrater in a fine arts practice,” artist talk as part of the Dorkbot series on technology, electronics, and electricity in art, Paved Arts, Saskatoon, Canada

2002: Panelist, “The Expanding Role of the Artist,” Canadian Conference for the Arts National Policy Convention, Edmonton, Canada

2002: Speaker, Saskatchewan Craft Council Mentorship Program, Saskatchewan Craft Council, Saskatoon, Canada

2002: Panelist, “Stories from the Art,” Saskatchewan Arts Alliance Arts Congress, Saskatoon, Canada

1999: Interview with Carol Blenkin, Shaw Cable TV, Saskatoon, Canada

Publications & Manuscripts (*self-published)

2008: Husk, limited-edition chapbook in collaboration with Lia Pas. JackPine Press, Saskatoon, Canada

*2007: Encounters

*2006: 13 1/2 Essays on Practice

*2006: 8 Bodies in 12 Years: Images & Sculptures 1994-2006


2002: Crossroads Performance, with Lia Pas. In tandem with sculptural installation, an AKA Members’ project, AKA Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada

1990-1992, 1994-1998: DUCT, Violinist/Violist and founding member of Saskatoon-based experimental free improvisation group. Regular monthly performances at AKA Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada


DUCT: Galvanized, audio CD released by Underwhich Editions, Saskatoon and Toronto, Canada


Sheila Robertson, “La Soiree des Masques / Between Frozen Sky and Burning Waters” The Craft Factor, Volume 27 Number 1 (Fall 2002)

Sheila Robertson, “Humour tempers spiritual tone,” Saskatoon StarPhoenix, March 16, 2002

Jack Anderson, “Intersections a glimpse at junior artists’ work,” Regina Leader Post, July 26, 2001

Sheila Robertson, “Pas embraces diverse spiritual experiences,” Saskatoon StarPhoenix, November 27, 1999


2006-2008, 1999-2002: CARFAC Saskatchewan Visual Artists Board of Directors. Treasurer 1999-2000, Provincial Representative (Chair) 2000-2001, Past Provincial Representative 2001-2002.

1991-1992: AKA Gallery Board of Directors

Education & Professional Development

2000-2001: Trainee, CARFAC Saskatchewan Mentorship Program

1992: BFA with Great Distinction, Printmaking and Drawing, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada

Last Updated 12 September 2016