Art Toronto 2016

We’ve got new work at this year’s Art Toronto. Find it at TrépanierBaer’s booth C48.

“No End” in Canadian Art Magazine

You can find Nancy Tousley’s review of our last solo exhibit “No End” in the current issue of CAM. Organized by curator Kristy Trinier and the great team at the Art Gallery of Alberta, “No End” ran from March 21st to June 7th of this year. You can check out the review HERE.

Images Courtesy of The Art Gallery of Alberta. Photos by Charles Cousins.


At Art Toronto 2015

“We run in packs” (2015) has been acquired by the Art Gallery of Hamilton for their permanent collection.

We run in packs


Artist Talk at the AGA (with links)

In conjunction with our solo project “No End” at the Art Gallery of Alberta, (more info can be found here), we will be talking a bit about the exhibit and our practice, answering some questions and so on. We would love to see you there, if you can make it.

Friday, March 20, 6:30 pm

RBC New Works Gallery,

Second Level.

Admission is FREE. – See more here.

“No End” at the Art Gallery of Alberta, March 20-June 07.

Taken from the Art Gallery of Alberta’s website:


“Here the world of DaveandJenn is presented as a never-ending, always developing mythological tableaux vivant of two figurative sculptures in dialogue with a salon-style constellation of paintings.

Working together in a shared practice since 2004, the Calgary-based artists have developed a unique style of layering paint in clear resin, suspending narrative images of animalia in a complex allegorical dimension rich in colour, symbolism and story-telling.

Continuing the chronicles of the characters Euphoria and The Archer with interwoven references to their own contemporary culture and quotidian experiences, the artists have evolved their experimental painting practice to include large-scale mystical creatures sculpted with tactile pop materials such as synthetic fun fur, sequined cloaks and kaleidoscopic fake diamonds for eyes.

DaveandJenn: No End is curated by Kristy Trinier.

The RBC New Works Gallery features new artworks by Alberta artists. Initiated in 1998 and named the RBC New Works Gallery in 2008, this gallery space continues the Art Gallery of Alberta’s tradition of supporting Alberta artists. Presented with the support of the RBC Emerging Artists Project.”