The Community pARTners Gallery is a partnership between the Yorkton Public Library, the City of Yorkton and the Yorkton Arts Council.
Download the colouring pages below and print them, or pick them up at the locations listed at left.
When the colouring is all done, drop them off at the Yorkton Public Library, and they will be displayed in the Community pARTners Gallery.
View, download and print any or all of the colouring pages below. Return them to the Yorkton Public Library when you've completed colouring them.
The coloured pages will be on display until April 27.
Faith Rae is a local artist in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Rae received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours Degree at Brandon University in 2022. Her art practice primarily focuses on painting. Her paintings are conceptually themed in abstraction and portraiture. In her art exhibition Evolving, Rae has been exploring mixed media art. In 2022, Rae received the Prince Edward Arts Scholarship from the SK Arts Board for funding the thesis exhibition. Her artwork in the exhibition Evolving explores the process of coming out of Rae’s shell by forming and reconstructing her understanding of her own identity. Rae aspires to become an art educator. In the future, she plans to receive her teaching degree in Saskatchewan.
Kelly Litzenberger is a multidisciplinary Yorkton artist. His artwork primarily focuses on the use of a digital canvas, photography, and LEGO. From 2004 until 2011, Kelly lived in Vancouver and worked as the Art Director of Concrete Skateboarding Magazine. In 2018, the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery hosted Kelly’s first solo exhibition, 'LEGO: Yorkton City', which replicated Yorkton architecture in LEGO. Kelly is currently producing another LEGO piece under the mentorship of bee artist Aganetha Dyck, for the exhibition ‘Between Us' to be displayed at Art Gallery of Regina in 2023. When he’s not producing artwork, Kelly is a member of a special Player Council which provides feedback to the developers of EA Skate’s next video game release.
Michelle Easton is a local multidisciplinary artist originally from Saltcoats. After spending some years in British Columbia and the Yukon, she returned in 2010 and continues to create. She has participated in many local group shows. She partnered with Tonia Vermette in the creation of Yarn Bombing installations around Yorkton in the summer of 2020 and 2021.
Wade Dawe is a mixed media artist from Yorkton. Self taught, his main practice is drawing with ink and charcoal. Frequently, he produces still life, animal and anthropomorphic works. He started to study art and practice in late 2019. He has dabbled in digital art, ink painting, 3d sculpting, and photography.
Alexandria Blatter is fueled by nature, story, tradition and good coffee. Her heart lies within the lines and between each space lies hidden imagery that will show the whole story.
Sandra MacColl was a visionary and had a quiet way of making her visions come to life. In 2006 one of her visions came to life in the creation of the Community pARTners Gallery, a small public gallery space in the Yorkton Public Library.
The space is the result of a partnership of the City of Yorkton, the Yorkton Public Library and the Yorkton Arts Council.
It is a wonderful creative space that welcomes all. In her vision SandraMacColl saw beyond her own life and continues in her support of the arts even after passing away. Her generosity will ensure the continuation of the programming and maintenance of the Community pARTners Gallery for years to come.
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