Wanda Koop, Riding Mountain Robot #6, Acrylic on canvas, 36×48 inches, 2019


March 15 – April 30, 2021 at 330g Projects, Saskatoon

Exhibition celebrates painting across generations

Reset, an exhibition of ten emerging and established painters from four Western provinces, will be on view at 330g Projects from March 15 to April 30, 2021. It is an invitation to explore what is happening in artist studios in Saskatoon and across the West. The exhibition celebrates the importance of painting today and why it continues to flourish, despite harsh times.

The ten Reset painters include: Brody Burns (Sask), Robert Christie (Sask), Tod Emel (BC), Colleen Heslin (BC), Stephanie Krawchuk (Sask), Laura Payne (Sask), Ben Reeves (BC), Jesse Stilwell (Alta), Dave Stonhouse (Sask), and Wanda Koop (Man).

Established artists such as Wanda Koop—internationally renowned and one of Canada’s most accomplished painters—are presented here with young artists who are beginning professional careers. The exhibition highlights the connection between generations and genres in an installation that encourages conversation and debate. From prize-winning, innovative textile-based work (Heslin) to dreamlike landscapes at twilight (Reeves), from striking optical patterning (Payne and Stilwell) to 3-dimensional abstractions that redefine space (Christie and Stonhouse), Reset assures us that painting remains a potent force on the cultural scene.


Colleen Heslin, Untitled #2, Dye on sewn canvas, 20×16 inches, 2021

330g PROJECTS is an independent exhibition space directed and funded by Saskatoon artist Marie Lannoo. Temporary exhibitions, by invitation only, give artists an opportunity to share their work and exchange ideas with other professionals both locally and abroad.

View the exhibition online at

Limited in-person viewing by appointment:
330g Covid-19 information:

  • 2-person maximum.
  • Masks must be worn before entering the building.
  • Please practice social distancing.


Jesse Stilwell, I’ll Have Another, Acrylic on MDF in clear acrylic box frame, 6x12x12 inches, 2018

About the Artists

Brody Burns (Saskatoon)
Burns is a Treaty Six Plains Cree artist from James Smith Cree Nation. He was the first artist at BAM’s inaugural artist residency in Saskatoon. In addition to his painting, Burns is studying psychology at the University of Saskatchewan. He says his work is inspired by artists Alex Janvier, Kevin Pee-ace and Jerry Whitehead.

Robert Christie (Saskatoon)
The Red Studio, Christie’s recent solo exhibition at the Art Gallery of Swift Current, was a comprehensive survey of the artist’s work from 2008 to 2020. His work has been in numerous exhibitions across Canada, including the Remai Modern’s inaugural 2017 exhibition, Field Guide. He was an organizer and participant in many Emma Lake Artist Workshops as well as workshops in New York and Botswana. Numerous solo, group exhibitions and collections throughout Canada. Represented by the Gallery/Art Placement, Saskatoon and Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton.

Tod Emel (Invermere, BC)
A former director of AKA Gallery, Emel is a multi-media artist who also works with sound. With two other artists he formed the collective Unheard Sound. Emel was awarded an artist residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in 2020. His first solo intermedia exhibition, A Forest, was on view at the University of Saskatchewan’s Kenderdine Art Gallery in Saskatoon in 2019. Represented by Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon.

Colleen Heslin (Powell River, BC)
Heslin is the 2021 recipient of the Tanabe Prize awarded to a BC artist at an early career stage whose primary medium is painting. She won the 2013 RBC Canadian Painting Competition. She earned a BFA in 2003 from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, and an MFA in 2014 from Concordia University in Montreal. Represented by Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver.

Wanda Koop (Winnipeg)
Koop has had over 60 solo exhibitions throughout Canada, The Netherlands, Germany, India, Brazil, China, Japan and Italy. A major survey was mounted by the National Gallery of Canada and the Winnipeg Art Gallery in 2010/11. In 2019, Koop had her first major U.S. exhibition, Dreamliner, at the Dallas Museum of Art. She will participate in the first Marfa Invitational Contemporary Art Fair in April 2021, represented by Night Gallery, Los Angeles. She was on the cover of Canadian Art’s premiere issue in 1984. Also represented by Blouin Division, Montreal and Toronto.

Stephanie Krawchuk (Saskatoon)
Emerging painter Krawchuk was selected from 800 applicants to participate in an exhibition at the Half Gallery in New York in 2018. Krawchuk has a BFA from the University of Saskatchewan. Represented by the Gallery/Art Placement in Saskatoon.

Laura Payne (Saskatoon)
Payne was a finalist in the RBC Canadian Painting Competition in 2017. She earned an MFA from Mount Royal School of Art, Baltimore, MD and is a recipient of a Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts award. Her work has been included in exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Montreal and other venues across Canada. Residencies include ChaNorth in Pine Plains, NY, 2019 and upcoming at Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY. Represented by Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon and Galerie Robertson Ares, Montreal.

Ben Reeves (Tsawwassen, BC)
Vancouver-based painter Reeves is also known for drawing and installation work. He is an Associate Professor at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. His work can be found in the collections of the National Gallery of Canada, the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. And he has exhibited extensively in Canada, US, United Kingdom and China. Represented by Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto.

Jesse Stilwell (Calgary)
Stilwell is an emerging painter, installation artist and arts educator at the University of Calgary, where he specializes in colour theory and abstraction. He received a BFA with distinction from the Alberta College of Art+Design. He is a member of the Bakery Studio Collective and has exhibited across Canada and the US. Represented by Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary

Dave Stonhouse (Saskatoon)
Stonhouse is a founder of Bridges Art Movement (BAM), a catalyst for art in Saskatoon. He attended artist residencies at the Vermont Studio Centre (2018) and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (2017). Stonhouse received his BFA with honours and Bachelor of Education from the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. Represented by Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon.


Laura Payne, Radial 26, Acrylic and glitter on panel, 19×19 inches, 2020

For more information, contact:
Marie Lannoo:
(306) 370-4423

330g Projects is located at 330 Avenue G South, Saskatoon, SK S7M 1V3