Pepa Chan

Pepa Chan is a self-taught visual artist, art educator and collector originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She┬áis the gallery assistant at St. Michael’s Printshop and a screen printer at Living Planet Studio in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Chan is interested in the lost, the tortured, the sick and the tormented. Her work focuses in unravelling memories embedded in objects, especially toys, and working with childhood trauma as a strong focus. Chan works with sculpture, painting, printmaking, performance and installation art. In addition to being part of The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery’s Permanent Collection, Chan’s work has been featured in exhibitions locally, nationally and internationally. She also holds various private collections in North America, Argentina and the UK.


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Robin McGrath

Robin McGrath is a writer and novice printmaker.  She spent several decades doing research in and writing about the Canadian Arctic, and has written, edited and contributed to numerous books.  A former Associate Professor at the University of Alberta, she returned to Newfoundland and Labrador twenty years ago.  She currently lives in Goose Bay, where she writes for the Northeast Avalon Times and Labrador Life.  She is on the Editorial Advisory Board of the the Newfoundland Quarterly and the Archives Committee of Them Days, and is a volunteer with the O’Brian Arts Centre.