The Lorraine 'Fritzi' Yale Gallery displays works by a range of contemporary local artists.
Our mission is to promote local artists within the region and present art works that express local talent whether it be from emerging or professional artists.
The 'Fritzi' Gallery is dedicated to the collaborative process and offers the public the unique experience of being able to enjoy theatre and visual arts. Located on the 2nd floor of the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre. The Fritzi is open for visits anytime the front doors are open. You can take a stroll through the current exhibit and if you find a piece that particularly moves you, you can purchase it. All of the artwork is for sale!
The Fritzi Gallery opened to the public in the fall of 2007 thanks to the generous gift made by Janet Yale, in honour of her late mother and artist, Lorraine 'Fritzi' Yale and TELUS.
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Technology of Gesture by Tanis Worme
October 23 - December 2, 2018
The Ottawa School of Art presents new works by Diploma Student Tanis Worme. Tanis is an Ottawa based Plains Cree First Nation artist originally from Saskatchewan whose work currently focuses on traditional printmaking methods, painting, drawing and sculpture.
In this series of paintings, the images of hands depicted are gestural, organic and skillfully rendered. Each image suggests quiet and confident movements which are so vital and intricately woven into the visual communication fabric of Indigenous People’s oral traditions.
Tanis has exhibited her work in Ottawa Ontario. Her work can also be found in private collections in Canada.
About the Artist
Having been grounded in Cree spirituality, this vein of study impressed further a dichotomy of world views. Her growing body of studio work thusly considers knowledge resurgence and language revitalization while questioning patriarchy and settler colonial structures.
Tanis Augustine Margaret Worme is an emerging artist from Saskatoon Saskatchewan. She is Plains Cree and a member of the Poundmaker First Nation with roots to Mistawasis and Kawacatoose First Nations. Tanis attended the University of Saskatchewan where she studied biological sciences which nourished her sense of curiosity for the natural world.