Exhibitions 2012 – 2021


Come a Little Closer

Artists’ books: conception, execution, interaction

Everyone, even those raised in a digital world, knows what a book is. Artists’ books can engage the reader not just as conduits of information but as objects offering multiple sensory and temporal experiences. Artists consider all aspects of their books in order to create an intimate physical experience that challenges the reader’s expectations. The content can thus be delivered in the space created by the disruption of those expectations.

Citizen of the World: 300 portraits

Harcourt House, September 24 to October 3, 2021

Artists in the Fallow

Kitsch: Craft So Bad That It’s Good

Has the pandemic left you with the need for some comic relief? We invited Fine Craft artists working in all traditional and contemporary craft media to join in the fun and to create their interpretations of kitsch craft.

Kitsch: Craft So Bad That It’s Good is a group exhibition of works from Alberta Craft Council members. Creators responded from across the province to kitsch it up with humorous works that and will make you laugh and cringe all at once – crossing lines and breaking rules.


Implications of a Relationship

This exhibition by Norton (Mark Dutton and I) was at the Naess Gallery at The Paint Spot from April 1 to May 11, 2021. Exhibitions at other galleries were closed during this time due to pandemic health regulations but this exhibition was open because it was in an art store. We were interviewed about our collaborative print series and the resulting film is on YouTube: https://youtu.be/E8k9lhmT-34



Citizen of the World

Exhibition at A/P Gallery in Calgary, AB
October 2 – November 20, 2020


Wild Words Exhibition

Peace Gallery North, Fort St. John, BC
September 2019


Ex Libris
Peace Gallery North, Fort St. John, BC
June 28 to July 26, 2019



Sense of Self

McMullen Gallery, Edmonton, AB
August 25 – October 14, 20

Citizen of the World
Harcourt House Incubator Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta
March 29 – May 12, 2018

ReOpening The Book,
Elverhoj Gallery, Solvang, California
February 3 to April 29, 2018
I showed “Your Exquisite Corpse” and “Travelogues” in this exhibition.



This Aging Chalice
Ness Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta
November 24, 2017 to January 4, 2018


Artist Spotlight
The Alberta Craft Council
November 1 to 30, 2017


September 22 to 30, 2017

The Story So Far: an exhibition of artists’ books
SNAP Gallery, Edmonton, AB
September 22 to November 4, 2017

What’s Left Unsaid: 29th Annual Members’ Show
Harcourt House, Edmonton
June 15 to July14, 2017

Member’s Ink
Open Studio, Toronto, ON
May 4, 2017


Citizen of the World
SNAP Window, Edmonton, AB
March 16 to April 22, 2017



Le Jour des Morts…à Paris!
L’Association pour l’Estampe et l’Art Populaire
du 29 octobre au 15 novembre 2016









Alberta Craft Council, Edmonton, AB
April 2 to July 2, 2016

Fine craft and digital technology can seem like an unlikely or contradictory pairing. The incorporation of digital technology into fine craft challenges us with questions of where it is produced, the level of skill required to create it and the degree that it is made by hand. Yet fine craft has a long tradition of innovation and the integration of this new technology is no exception.

#ABCraft looks at how digital technology is enhancing or impacting fine craft artists in Alberta. Social media, digital imaging and 3-D printing are becoming more common and an increasingly important career opportunity for fine craft artists. The exhibition features new and recent work by artists using digital technology in many ways including communications, marketing, research, image development, prototyping and production.

Participating Artists: Timothy Belliveau (Montreal, QB), Holly Boone (Edmonton), Andrée Chénier (Toronto, ON), Brenda Danbrook (Opal), Terry Hildebrand (Edmonton), Mike Lam (Edmonton), Sara Norquay (Edmonton), Laura O’Connor (Edmonton), Bob Pike (High River), Amy Skrocki (Edmonton), Jenna Stanton (Medicine Hat) and Kari Woo (Canmore).

2016-Gallery-Mainsquare-AB2 by S L Norquay



Here and There

Alberta Craft Council, Edmonton, AB
July 11 to October 3, 2015
Exploring the international acclaim of Alberta fine craft artists in celebration of Craft Year 2015.

Alberta Foundation for the Arts Traveling Exhibition Program
September 2014 to August 2015
In the exhibition, Printfluence, four Alberta artists from diverse formal backgrounds explore the boundaries of woodblock printing. Andrea Itzeck is primarily a jeweler, Brenda Malkinson is known for creating architectural sculptures in coloured glass, Sara Norquay is a book artist and textiles artist and Tadeusz Warszynski became a painter after first becoming an accomplished musician. All four, however, have turned their attention to the ancient art of reductive colour woodblock printing for this exhibition.



Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara, California
September 5 to October 10, 2014
An exhibition of woodcuts by Sara Norquay and Sara Woodburn


Patterns of the Environment
John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto, ON
July 24 to August 22, 2014

Alberta Craft Council Feature Gallery
July 12 – September 27, 2014


There is a circular nature to teaching, that sparks creativity for both instructors and their students. Featuring 35 ACC members Continuum is an exhibition exploring the creative exchange of teaching and learning.

inside Chapters on Whyte Ave, Edmonton, AB
July 11, 12, 13, 2014


Making Our Mark
A collaborative project involving artists with disabilities, university anthropology students, three artists and SKILLS staff. City Hall, Edmonton, AB
June 16 to July 3, 2014
Project Citizenship - Making our Mark

CBBAG member Artist Book exhibit.
Milner Public Library, Edmonton, Alberta
May 1 to June 30.

Indications: Weather Permitting
Naess Gallery, Edmonton, AB
May 22 to June 30, 2014

1/ Hundred Prints
Open Studio’s Annual Print Competition and Fundraiser, Toronto, ON
 May 15th, 2014

SaveTheDate2014-low 2

Art of the Book 5
Exhibition of artist books in Ventura, California.
March 2014


Santa Barbara Printmakers’ Annual Members’ Show 
March to May 2014

An exhibition of art made in part or completely from Korean Hanji paper at the Alberta Craft Council, Edmonton, AB
January 2014


Alberta Craft Council, Edmonton, AB
February 2012, July 2013, September 2013
Ms. Nomer One was accepted into this exhibition and won an award. Check out the website: http://www.albertacraft.ab.ca/pulp-paper-pages/single-gallery/19229696
The exhibition went to Calgary and Wonju, South Korea.




Under The Influence

SNAP Community Gallery, Edmonton, AB
October 2012
This exhibition featured four woodcut artists and was picked up by TREX (an Alberta Government traveling exhibition program) and will tour Alberta from September 2014 to August 2016.


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