Dec
9
to Jan 9

LKAP Editions Vol. 1

We are super excited to present the first of LKAP Editions!

Each artist was commissioned to make a multiple and the results are so so great. Our goal with this project was to make affordable works for emerging (or established) who want to own work by these exceptional artists, and haven’t been able to acquire previously… These are multiples atypical of the artists’ usual practice, making them unique. This first iteration features these 6 superstars:

LEAH SINGER

GUY MADDIN

SHAUN MORIN

AGANETHA DYCK

JEANETTE JOHNS

NEIL FARBER

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Dec
13
to Dec 14

Shaun Morin | Works on Wood

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LKAP is proud to present Shaun Morin | Works on Wood. These small paintings blend multiple facets of Morin’s 15+ year practice, including prefabs (Two-Six crew), drawings, and his wild narrative canvases.

We are lucky to be teaming up with Morin’s lifelong friend, Mike McDermott of Green Apple Skateboard Shop to present the opportunity for you to acquire smaller, fresh out the studio works by this celebrated artist.

We are also excited to partner with Tiny Bar (Josey Krahn), who’s going to be whipping up delicious cocktails for all our thirsty friends.

It’s been a year since our last Winnipeg show, and we are so looking forward to seeing you all again. For an advance pricelist/images, please email the gallery. (director (at) LKAP . ca)


Shaun Morin a.k.a The Slomotion, graduated from the University of Manitoba School of art in 2004.

His art work ranges from oil paintings on canvas to mixed media on paper as well as hand made booklets and outdoor street art installations. Morin has been exhibiting his art work nationally and internationally since 2002, including the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Plug In Institute of Art in Winnipeg, J Johnson Gallery in Florida, The MOCCA in Toronto and at La Maison Rouge in Paris. His work has been included in traveling art fairs in North America and Europe, including Paris, Miami, New York and Los Angeles.

In 2007 his work was chosen as one of the fifteen semifinalists for the Royal Bank of Canada Painting Competition. In 2013 His work was featured in the “Painting Project”, a Canadian painting survey exhibition at the Galerie UQAM in Montreal.

Morin currently lives and works in Gimli, Manitoba.

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