Home-based gallery a labour of love
Article originally published in Winnipeg Free Press, February 27, 2016 written by Todd Lewys. Click here to view the article.
Soul Gallery Pop Up Gallery at 222 McDermot Ave Winnipeg Exchange District
Sept 4 – Oct. 15/15
Winnipeg’s Classic 107 wrote a great post about First Fridays in the Winnipeg Exchange District, featuring Soul Gallery as a stop along the tour…
Warehouse Artworks (or Soul Gallery) earned gold stars for featuring live music and free wine. I also stumbled across one really interesting photograph, by fine arts photographer Chris Brown (no, not the Chris Brown). The photo, entitled ‘Red Blue Walking’ features a lady walking with a blue umbrella, but the scene is reflected in a ceiling mirror, creating a warped look… Read the full article here
Written by Sara Krahn
Published: 08 September 2015
Anyone who has considered purchasing quality art would agree that the best way to know how the piece will look is to set it in the intended setting. Soul Gallery is a home filled with original art, and visitors to the gallery have the experience of viewing a diverse selection of fine art in a home context…
To read the full Style Manitoba article, click here.
By Donna Minkus, Style Manitoba, Autumn 2014
Artists at Soul Gallery Inc. at December Exhibition, 2012, with owner Julie Walsh
L/R Hugh Rice, Lloyd Klassen, Mandy Onchulenko, Darrell Baschak, Julie Walsh (Owner), Phil Brake, Inga Torfadottir, Marianne Gopalkrishna, Roger LaFreniere, Eberhard Renner.
Missing artists: Katherine Bruce, Brigitte Dion, Sue Gordon, Tom Sutton-Smith, Michel Saint Hilaire