Commission for the BAYERISCHE STAATSOPER's Max Joseph No. 4: Heilen available June 22, 2018!


 Images L - R : Kristin Bjornerud, (detail) Sentinels , 2008, Watercolour, gouache and charcoal on paper, 15x22”  /  Dmytro Stryjek,  Untitled (Sketch at Mendel) , 1981, Mixed media on card, 7x5"  /  Ernest Lindner,  Untitled (woman seated) , c. 1940, Graphite on paper, 18.75x18.75"

Images L-R:Kristin Bjornerud, (detail)Sentinels, 2008, Watercolour, gouache and charcoal on paper, 15x22” Dmytro Stryjek, Untitled (Sketch at Mendel), 1981, Mixed media on card, 7x5" Ernest Lindner, Untitled (woman seated), c. 1940, Graphite on paper, 18.75x18.75"

The Gallery / art placement inc.

June 23 - August 2, 2018

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

"Figurative art abounds throughout the art historical record, remaining central within the Western canon until at least the beginning of the twentieth century. Even today there are numerous artists working with the human form. In Saskatoon, a city with an artistic legacy largely defined by other genres and movements, a small but vital community of painters nevertheless continues to nurture the figurative tradition. Their work converses with historical precedents, contemporary developments, and the particular conditions and histories of the local context. The result is a unique snapshot of an enduring yet continuously evolving tradition. Featuring works by Joseph Anderson, Kristin Bjornerud, Riisa Gundesen, Iris Hauser, Dane Moore, Dawna Rose, Betsy Rosenwald, Lorna Russell, Paul Sisetski, Dmytro Stryjek, and Carol Wylie."



Group Exhibition:


The Gallery / art placement inc., August 4 - September 6, 2018,  Saskatoon, Saskatchewan



May 2018 - PARLE-MOI D'AMOUR Exhibition-Auction, Centre Wellington, Montréal

Parle-moi d’amour is a fundraiser of the Montréal's  Les Impatients an organization whose main mission is to help people with mental health issues through artistic expression. Les Impatients offers creative workshops and encourages exchanges with the community through the sharing of its participants' creations.

Accepted into the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture (KIAC) 2017 Artist in residence program in Dawson City, Yukon.  

Update: cancelled due to a funding shortfall.  

February & March 2017 Residency ARTELES CREATIVE CENTRE, Hämeenkyrö, Finland

Je tiens à remercier le Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec pour son soutien financier.


Spring 2016 - New drawings featured in Vestoj – the Journal of Sartorial Matters  

Check Vestoj out with the link above and read about their Manifesto here.

  Hamilton Arts & Letters Magazine         The Latest issue: Spring/Summer 2014       North of What ?

Hamilton Arts & Letters Magazine    

The Latest issue: Spring/Summer 2014      North of What?

Dear Aberration,… A Correspondence Through Drawing

Exhibition at the OAG Annex, March 6 - June 16, 2014
Organized by OAG Art Rental & Sales
Read the exhibition review in Ottawa Magazine

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     (image detail) Kristin Bjornerud,  When You Were Wild , 2010, Watercolour and Gouache on Paperboard, 152 x 102 cm.  (text detail)   Julie Lequin  , 2013.

(image detail) Kristin Bjornerud, When You Were Wild, 2010, Watercolour and Gouache on Paperboard, 152 x 102 cm.  (text detail) Julie Lequin, 2013.

Inquiétante étrangeté et autres fantasmagories

Exhibition at the McClure Gallery, May 31 to June 22 2013
Curator: Véronique La Perrière M. 
Read the exhibition review in Le Devoir

The Art Bank in the 21st Century

16 February to 9 June 2013  Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario

17 August to 10 November 2013 MSVU Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia

An exhibition including works by Germaine Arnaktauyok, Sonny Assu, Raphael Bendahan, Kristin Bjornerud, Lucie Chan, Mario Doucette, Brendan Fernandes, Skawennati Tricia Fragnito, Michelle Kuen Suet Fung, Adad Hannah, Susanna Heller, Spring Hurlbut, Annie Kilabuk, Will Kwan, George Littlechild, Mary Longman, Ashok Mathur, Kent Monkman, Juhee Oh, Shelley Ouellet, Timootie Pitsiulak, Ramona Ramlochand, Suzanne Rivard Le Moyne, Brendan Lee Tang, Larry Towell and Stephen Waddell.