Do you remember that time back in the late 80’s early 90’s when “progressive dinners” were a thing? People would load into cars and drive to one home for appetizers. Then load into a car and visit another home for the main course and so on until they had enjoyed a full 5 course meal. Well that is what I have in store for you on Nov. 1st. I am proposing a feast for the eyes, a “progressive gallery hop”.

I find myself participating with 2 art collectives, the Regina Artistic Initiative and the Regina Art Collective. Both groups have an art receptions on the evening of Nov. 1st. To accommodate both events here is my plan for the evening. I hope to see you at one or both events!

* 5 – 6 pm Lobby Gallery “Art That Fits”. Art by: David Gejdos / Shelley McGillivray / Les Sneesby / Edie Marshal / Madhu Kumar / Jeffrey Taylor / and me, Nikki Jacquin. I will be featuring my business card sized paintings of Cypress Hills on copper plate and a few plein air paintings.

* 6:30 – 8:30 pm The Artesian on 13th, Lower Level: “Familiar Congeries” a solo show of imagery that has continued to inspire me over the past 23 years as a visual artist that will include family, floral and landscapes of Cypress Hills; Sask.