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Public Premiere of New Works by Halin de Repentigny October 16th

Whitehorse, Yukon – The Artist Project (TAP) announced today, that new works by renowned Yukon artist Halin de Repentigny will make their public debut in Whitehorse Friday October 16th, 2015.

“We are thrilled to be able to share the first works of Halin’s new collection Divergence, with his fans in the Yukon” said Susan Stanley, President of TAP. “These new works continue to build on Halin’s reputation as an exceptional landscape artist but they also show another side of Halin that people don’t often get to see.”

“My life has always been one of seeking out the next adventure and Divergence is a reflection of that. For me the straight path definitely is the boring path” said de Repentigny. “I think artists need to tap their inner creativity and explore different styles and subject matter in order to stay fresh and grow. I will always be a landscape artist but that doesn’t mean that’s all I am.”

In keeping with the theme of Divergence, the new show will run for three days only. Susan Stanley noted “We want to make this a special event and a celebration of Halin’s unique talent. With Halin leaving for his winter adventures in Argentina it seemed fitting to limit the public exhibition to the three days he would be available to attend the show”. The entire Divergence collection will be available on line by the end of October and select pieces will be on display at partner galleries in Yukon and B.C. over the coming months.

Divergence will be presented at The Old Fire Hall 1105 Front Street Whitehorse Yukon.

Friday October 16th 5:00 – PM
Saturday October 17th 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sunday October 18th Noon – 4:00 PM

The Artist Project is a business representing northern visual artists.

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Susan Stanley
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More Success for Halin de Repentigny

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March 23, 2015

Two Home Runs for Halin de Repentigny

Whitehorse, Yukon – The Artist Project (TAP) is pleased to announce two significant events in the evolving career of renowned Yukon artist Halin de Repentigny. 

First, de Repentigny is featured as an “Artist to Collect” in the Spring 2015 edition of the influential Canadian art magazine, Arabella (http://arabelladesign.com/index.html.) Arabella showcases exceptional art, architecture and design with distribution throughout Canada and the United States

Susan Stanley, President of TAP says, “Halin was selected for a feature length article in Arabella, due to his ability to bring landscapes to life, his bold colours and sweeping brush strokes. That, plus the incredible story of his life which is quite phenomenal when you read it”. 

de Repentigny is excited about the extensive coverage noting, "to be featured in such an elegant magazine, and to have all that national and international exposure, is gratifying and is an important step in gaining more widespread recognition of my work across Canada and beyond."

Following on the heels of the Arabella release, de Repentigny is also featured in a solo show at the prestigious Madrona Gallery in Victoria B.C. (http://www.madronagallery.com/) The “Northern Light” exhibition, featuring recent works from Yukon, opened to large crowds on March 21st. Michael Warren, owner of the Madrona Gallery said, “This exhibition is a great way to kick off our spring and summer season and we are thrilled to be introducing the incredible art of Halin to a new audience in B.C.” The exhibition will run through April 4th.   

de Repentigny is thrilled about the opportunity to share his art with a new audience. “Being featured in a gallery of the stature of Madrona is a real honour for me and bringing the north to a new audience is a privilege.”  

Susan Stanley noted “Halin has worked at his art since he was a young boy growing up in Quebec. His dedication to his craft is now paying off, this is something an artist of his talent deserves, and people in the art business and art lovers everywhere are taking notice.”

 The Artist Project is a business representing northern visual artists.


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Susan Stanley

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International Recognition for Halin de Repentigny

 

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December 2, 2014

Works by Halin de Repentigny Included in International Art Publication

Whitehorse, Yukon – The Artist Project (TAP) announced today, that works by well-known Yukon artist Halin de Repentigny (http://halinderepentigny.ca) have been included in the art publication, International Contemporary Artists Volume IX http://www.incoartists.com/Vol_IX/index.html published by ICA Publishing based in New York, USA.

“Having Halin’s work included in this beautiful book is another step in sharing his incredible art with the world” said Susan Stanley, President of TAP. “We are confident that as more people are exposed to Halin’s work his stature and standing within the art world will continue to grow.”

The International Contemporary Artists book is an annual publication and features artists from around the world. The book is provided to galleries and museums throughout North America and Europe in addition to copies being provided directly to the artist. Artists are selected for inclusion in the book by a jury of art experts and art lovers based in New York. In notifying TAP of their successful application, Julia Adison Assistant Curator of ICA Publishing noted of Halin “His work is really impressive and we’ll be honored to present it in the book.”

de Repentigny is excited to see his work gaining international exposure. “As an artist it is always gratifying to know people appreciate your work. Being a Yukon based artist in an international publication is a real thrill for me and I’m looking forward to seeing where this next stage of my career takes me.”

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Susan Stanley

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Halin talks about his new series and solo show Tributaries

Halin de Repentigny lived in Yukon's Peel Watershed Basin, Yukon for 7 years, and raised his 6 month old daughter there. The show Tributaries is based on his time living in that very remote area.

Click here to read about Halin de Repentigny's new painting series

 

Halin de Repentigny's solo show - Tributaries Peel to Patagonia

             


North End Gallery and The Artist Project invite you to Tributaries Peel to Patagonia.
Halin de Repentigny’s exhibition of more than 30 new paintings.
The reception is tomorrow night, Friday November 7th at the North End Gallery on Front Street. 
Come join us for wine, cheese, appetizers, and a name that painting competition.


New Paintings by Halin de Repentigny

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November 3, 2014

New Works by Halin de Repentigny to Premiere Friday November 7th

 Whitehorse, Yukon – The Artist Project (TAP) announced today, that new works by well-known Yukon artist Halin de Repentigny (http://halinderepentigny.ca/) will debut in Whitehorse Friday November 7, 2014.

“We are very excited to share the first works of Halin’s new collection Tributaries - Peel to Patagonia, with his fans in the Yukon” said Susan Stanley, President of TAP. “These works are focused on Halin’s early years in the Yukon spent living and trapping on the Hart River in the Peel Watershed and offer a stunning interpretation of this beautiful and remote region”.

de Repentigny will continue to build the Tributaries collection over the next few years, adding new pieces from time spent in his second home in the Patagonia region of Argentina, as well as additional works from his Yukon home.

“I have so many paintings inside of me right now that I decided to build Tributaries over a period of time or I would have had far too many paintings to show at once” said de Repentigny. “My time in the Peel was formative for me as an artist and as a person, and it continues to be a source of inspiration for me as I continue to explore new regions and interpret them through my painting”.

Tributaries – Peel to Patagonia will premiere at the North End Gallery, 118-1116 Front Street, in Whitehorse on Friday November 7, 2014 from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. The exhibition will continue to the end of November.

Contact

Susan Stanley

sns@northwestel.net

http://www.theartistproj.com

867-668-2259 (Office)

867- 336-4896 (Mobile)

 

 

 

Halin de Repentigny Announces New Management Team and Website Launch

Dawson City, Yukon – Well known Yukon artist, Halin de Repentigny, announced a new management partnership today with The Artist Project; a Whitehorse based team consisting of Susan Stanley, Allan Nixon and Jean Pascal Remon.

“I am very pleased to be working with The Artist Project to promote my work across Canada and around the world” de Repentigny said. “Having a team focussed on the business and promotional aspects of my career allows me the freedom to concentrate on what is most important and enjoyable, creating art”.

Halin de Repentigny so prolific no Gallery could hold a show, so he holds his own

CBC Radio, October 15, 2015

Halin de Repentigny’s new show: ‘Divergence - the straight path is the boring path’, gets a rave review on CBC Radio

October 16, 2015

Halin's interview with CBC on new solo show Tributaries Peel to Patagonia

Listen to Halin's interview here

Hot Spring is one of the paintings in the Tributaries series.



CBC Radio Interview with Halin

Whitehorse, Yukon - Halin de Repentigny talks to CBC host Dave White about his new exhibition and how he’s always evolving as an artist.

Yukon artist Halin De Repentigny spent the summer working hard at his studio near Dawson City, and the fruits of his labours are on display at the North End Gallery in Whitehorse.

De Repentigny's new show comes just a few days before he hits the road for his winter home in South America. Hear him speak with Dave about the show.

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