Megan Morman - Nicole, 2008

The latest exhibition at Mosaic Tower at Hill Centre III (12th Avenue and Hamilton Street) in Regina features nine textile art works from the Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection.

The show includes two works by Megan Morman (Joanne and Nicole), Young, Saskatchewan by Martha Cole, August One by Anne Clark, Edinburgh Performance by Ann Newdigate, Deep Lines by Margreet van Walsem, Yardage by Cathryn Miller, and View into the Garden by Annemarie Buchmann-Gerber. The exhibition also features the braided rag-rug created by artist Amber Phelps-Bondaroff and visitors to the 2015 Queen City Ex.

Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection

Nowhere else in the world will one find a larger or more comprehensive collection of Saskatchewan visual art than in the Saskatchewan Arts Board's Permanent Collection. This collection includes nearly 3,000 works of more than 600 artists, and represents the work of our province's artists over the past six decades. Its goal is to represent the contemporary art practices of artists within the province for the purpose of public access.

Featuring paintings, drawings, textiles, prints, photographs and sculptures, the Permanent Collection offers a wide variety of styles and media, demonstrating the diversity and talent of Saskatchewan artists.

Anne Clark - August One, 1978

Art work from the collection is frequently included in exhibitions throughout the province and country, is loaned to organizations, and is also rented to workplaces through the Arts Board's corporate Art Rental program.

For more information on the Saskatchewan Arts Board’s Permanent Collection, visit here.


Megan Morman
Nicole, 2008
Plastic canvas, yarn (mixed fibres)


Anne Clark
August One, 1978
Hand spun and commercial wool, tapestry weave