Road Projects
Nicole Bauberger
Links: CBC 6 o'clock news interview, May 2015. I apologize for the ad you have to go
through first.
Action video, painting in PEI, by CBC.
CBC PEI radio interview.

Web version of catalogue from Yukon Arts Centre Show, Blog from painting process
summer 2011,  Whitehorse to Inuvik, The Juneau Road, "Montreal to Inuvik on a Gallery
Cart". Also, check out my Montreal road/mountain sequence here.


Get There From Here appeared at the Art Gallery of St. Albert just north of Edmonton
August 2012, with an artist talk, and at the Art Gallery of Dawson Creek, AB, over the
summer of 2013, and at the Yukon Arts Centre Public Gallery, Whitehorse YT, Nov
10-Dec 21, 2011

Landscape in Sequence, Yukon Artists @ Work Gallery, Whitehorse, YT, Sept 30-Oct 11
2011 was a related show, as well as:

The infinite road, The Canvas Community Arts Centre, Juneau Alaska USA, April 2011

Parking, Yukon Arts Centre Community Gallery, Whitehorse YT, Feb 2011

Yukon Drives,  The ODDGallery, Dawson City, YT, May/June 2009. The first 25 paintings
of Get There From Here, from Whitehorse to Inuvik, first appeared in this show.

Goldensides, Galerie Sandra Goldie, Montreal, PQ, November 2007 (first sequential road
piece)
The road plays a central role in the
way we experience the landscape,
especially as Canadians. It's our
commons, a common ground of
culture and experience as well as
use. A common set of problems.
Since 2008 I've undertaken on site
painting projects based on painting
"drives" at intervals, usually of 50
km (30mi). This has culminated in
Get There From Here, a touring
public gallery show of 220 one foot
square paintings with
accompanying booklets.
Click here to see a long stretch of the sequence
Montreal to Fairbanks.
Get There From Here now spans Canada, East to West to North. It made a Western Canadian tour starting in
Portage la Prairie, MB in March 2017, and continued on to the Art Gallery of Swift Current, SK, in May/June,
and spend the rest of the summer at the
Esplanade in Medicine Hat, AB.

The trans-continental version,  had its first full  display at The Reach Museum Gallery in Abbotsford, BC for the
fall of 2016.


Keep an eye out here for updates in its showing schedule, and see below for press on the series or more
images to scroll through.

Click here to see roads
around Baie St. Paul Quebec