Select Art Exhibitions & Permanent Exhibits

Select Research Exhibitions 

Sameshima, P. (with M. Alzghoul, H. Moller & P. Wakewich). (2021, September 17 - March 31, 2023). Arise, Crush, Reflection [3 paintings]. HeART of Healthcare Gallery. Healthcare Excellence Canada. https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/en/exhibition/6401254/world-patient-safety-day-2021-journ%C3%A9e-mondiale-de-la-s%C3%A9curit%C3%A9-des-patients-2021 

Sameshima, P. (with Allison, J., Preston, R., Ross, B., & Cameron, E.). (2021, July​ 1- October​ 15). Off-centre [needle-punched textile art]. Navigating and Creating Juried Virtual Exhibition​. Canadian Society for Education through Art. https://csea-scea.ca/navigating-creating-exhibit-exposition-naviguer-et-creer/ 

Orasi, T., Sameshima, P., De Sommer-Dennis, E. (2020). Spacial entrances [Virtual sketch compilation video from SSHRC-funded project: Reconceptualizing Teachers' Roles for Canada's Creative Economy]. The Canadian Society for Education through Art. Online Exhibition for 2020 UNESCO International Arts Education Week. https://csea-scea.ca/portfolio-item/tashya-orasi-dr-pauline-sameshima-emilee-de-sommer-dennis/ 

Orasi, T., Sameshima, P., & De Sommer-Dennis, E. (2020, June 2). Spacial entrances [Video, Reconceptualizing Teachers' Roles ​for Canada's Creative Economy project]. Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies annual general meeting. Online.

Sameshima, P. (2020, Feb-date). Belated Gallop Series [3 paintings]. Research project with H. Møller, M. Alzghoul, & P. Wakewich. Lakehead International Gallery, Lakehead University.

Sameshima, P. (2020, Feb 25-date.). Ministering in the Space of Ma I & II [2 paintings for SSHRC-funded project: Reconceptualizing Teachers' Roles ​for Canada's Creative Economy]. The SPACE Gallery, CASES Building Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON.

Orasi, T., & Sameshima, P. (2020, Mar. 3). Matters of meaning: Raising acuity [3D Printed Diorama, Reconceptualizing Teachers' Roles ​for Canada's Creative Economy project]. The SPACE Gallery, CASES Building Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON.

Sameshima, P. (2019 Nov. 27). Ministering in the space of ma [2 paintings, Teachers and creativity project]. Lakehead Report to the Community Event, Valhalla Inn, Thunder Bay, ON.

Sameshima, P. (2019, Nov – 2020 Feb). Constructing control [Fishing line and plexi glass, Methamphetamine study]. The SPACE Gallery, CASES Building, Lakehead University.

Sameshima, P. (2019, Feb - Aug).  Equity in birthing experiences and outcomes. [looping video]. Research project with H.  Møller, M. Alzghoul, P. Wakewich, & B. Benwell. The SPACE Gallery, CASES Building, Lakehead University.  

Sameshima, P., & Morchel, P. (2019, Feb-Aug). Canopy Promises [ 6 paintings]. The SPACE, CASES Building, Lakehead University.

Sameshima, P. (2019, Feb-Aug). Leaves evergreen [ 11 ceramic bells]. The SPACE, CASES Building, Lakehead University.

Sameshima, P. (with Møller, H., Alzghoul, M., & Wakewich, P.). (2019, Feb-Aug). Belated Gallop Series [3 paintings]. The SPACE, CASES Building, Lakehead University. 

 

Permanent Research Art Exhibits

Growing Well I & II (2016)

2 Needle felted artworks. Size: 26.5” x 34” framed. Art created from research project data (Primary Investigator: Ingeborg Zehbe, Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute). Original art is on display in the Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek/Rocky Bay First Nation Reserve Health Centre and the second art piece is displayed at the Animbiigoo Zaagi’igan Anishinaabek First Nation/Partridge Lake Reserve Band Office until the health centre is completed.

Garden Ascent to Joy: Mapping the Dementia Journey (2016)

 4 canvases with acrylic paint, acrylic caulking, and ink. Size: 4’x 2’6” each.  Art created from research project data (Primary Investigator: Dr. Elaine Wiersma, Lakehead). Original art is on permanent display at the Ontario Alzheimer’s Society in Toronto, the Provincial headquarters for Alzheimer’s societies.

Garden Ascent to Joy: Mapping the Dementia Journey (2015)

4 canvases with acrylic paint, acrylic caulking, and ink. Size: 4’x 2’6” each. Reproductions. Art was created from research project data (Primary Investigator: Dr. Elaine Wiersma, Lakehead). Reproductions on permanent display at the Alzheimer Society of Windsor & Essex County.

Bamboo Lives (2015)

Mixed media on canvas. Size: 29” x 29”. Art was created from research project data with the Yoga North International Soma Yoga Institute in Duluth, MN (Primary Investigator: Dr. Pauline Sameshima). The artwork is on permanent display at the International Soma Yoga Institute, Eli Location, Minnesota.