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Heather M. Cline

Heather Cline is a professional visual artist based in Saskatchewan. Cline has a deep interest in public interaction, and has participated in residency programs and community engagement across Canada. Her activities have included setting up a ‘Story Collection’ office from an inner-city store front in Oshawa, Ontario and riding along on combines in rural Manitoba. In her most recent art work she is exploring the radically altered terrain of Western Canada in a series of aerial landscape paintings based on observations from the passenger seat of a Cessna Skyhawk. In the spring of 2023 Cline is starting a major collaborative project with the Nature Conservancy of Canada. The goal of this new project is to explore Western Canadian landscape through a conservation lens. Cline will be working with Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) staff, volunteers and stakeholders, exploring some of the important conservation work done by the organization through interaction on the land and in the air.

Cline has her MFA from the University of Saskatchewan and has exhibited in multiple group exhibitions, with solo exhibitions at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa, ON), the Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon, and regional exhibition centers throughout Western Canada. Her work can be found in many public and private collections, including the Colart Collection, the Mendel Collection at the Remai Modern and SKArts.

Curriculum Vitae


2001   Master of Fine Arts (Studio Art) University of Saskatchewan
1993   Bachelor of Fine Arts: Honours Distinction, Distinguished Exhibition University of Saskatchewan


2022 Heather Cline- Above/Below, Slate Fine Art, Regina, SK
2022 Heather Cline- Shifting Grid, Okotoks Art Gallery, Okotoks, Alberta

2022 Heather Cline- Skyhawk, The Gallery/Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK

2020 Heather Cline: Pathway’s and Portents,
Slate Fine Art, Regina, SK
2017-2018 ‘Quiet Stories from Canadian Places’ Heather Cline Touring Solo Exhibition- Godfrey Dean
Art Gallery, Yorkton, SK; Moose Jaw Art Gallery & Museum, Moose Jaw, SK; Okanagan Heritage Museum,
Kelowna, BC; Strathcona County Art Gallery @ 501, Strathcona County, AB; Swift Current National
Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK; Dunlop Art Gallery/Slate Fine Art Gallery, Regina, SK. Satellite
exhibition at the ‘Inglis Elevators National Historic Site, Summer 2017.

2016 Heather Cline- Urban Forest, The Gallery/Art Placement Inc., Saskatoon, SK

2014 Passages: Town and Country, MATA Gallery, Regina, SK

2012 The Office of Identity Collection, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON

2011 Robincam, Mysteria Gallery, Regina, SK

2010 Populating Veduta-Contemporary Cityscapes, Art Gallery of Regina, Regina, SK

2010 Heather M. Cline-Studies for Veduta, Mysteria Gallery, Regina,SK

2008 Progress: Heather M. Cline, Mysteria Gallery, Regina, SK

2004 Art for Traveler’s: Fictive Geography, Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre, Regina Beach, SK

The Prince Albert Centre for Visual and Performing Arts. Prince Albert, SK

1999-2002 Heather M. Cline: A-Z, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon,SK Touring: Dunlop Gallery, Regina,SK.;
Barr Colony Heritage and Cultural Centre, Lloydminster, SK.; Yorkton Art Centre, Yorkton, SK.; Moose Jaw
Art Museum, Moose Jaw, SK.; Biggar Museum and Art Gallery, Biggar, SK.; Allie Griffin Art
Gallery,Weyburn, SK.; Estevan National Exhibition Centre, Estevan, SK

2001 Departure Points: MFA Exhibition, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK

1998 Oh What a Tasty Dish, Swift Current National Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK.

1993 Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain, Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon, SK


2019 Heather Cline & Edie Marshall: TOURIST/TURISTA, 7 days/7moments, The Gallery/art
placement, Saskatoon, SK

POPUP 24/7 The Pop Up Downtown initiative, a partnership among RDBID, the Creative City
Centre and the Dunlop Gallery, brings works of art to underused spaces in downtown Regina.

2016 Naturescapes, Three-person Exhibition, The Gallery/art placement, Saskatoon, SK

2008 House and Home, Four-person Exhibition, Art Gallery of Regina, Regina, SK

2005-2007 Artists in Place, Three-person regional touring exhibition, 22 venues throughout Saskatchewan

2006 Summer Faculty Exhibition, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg,Tennessee

2005 Chasing Amnesia, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK


2019 TEDxRPLCentralLibrary. 15min TEDx Talk entitled ‘Art, Artifact & Momento: Having a Better
More’ live at the Regina Central Library. View talk at:
2007- 2016 ‘Quiet Stories from Canadian Places’ touring 2017. Project details:
2014-2018 ARTSHACK, a special project with the Dunlop Art Gallery in Regina. Artist designed a small
freestanding art studio in collaboration with Grade 7-8 students from St. Theresa School in Regina. The
building was constructed by the artist and students, and then placed in front of the Regina Central Library in
downtown Regina for public programming for 4 summers.

2013 ‘Inside/Outside Fan’ Painting and audio project. Series of interviews with CFL fans for Grey Cup
window installation, Regina, SK

2012 Saskatchewan Legislative Building-100th Anniversary Artist in Residence Legacy Project, Regina,
SK Two week Artist in Residence project at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building.

2011 ‘The Office of Identity Collection, Oshawa’. A one-week residency and installation project in the
downtown core of Oshawa ON.

2011 Home Made A collaborative art project. Two, one-week residency projects, an interactive
installation including story collection, digital imaging and audio recordings on instant display at the sites:
Queen City Exhibition, Regina, SK; Saskatoon EX, Saskatoon, SK

2009 ‘The Office of Identity Collection’ an installation and performance collaboration with artist Michelle


2016 Visual Arts: Production & Presentation Grant Saskatchewan Arts Board
2014 Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor’s Arts Award: Arts & Learning

2011 Culture on the Go: Touring

2009 Creative Independent Artists Grant, Saskatchewan Arts Board Visual Arts

2004 Dimensions- Saskatchewan Arts Board Innovation in Craft Award Saskatchewan Craft Council 2001
Emma Lake Artists’ Workshop Bursary University of Saskatchewan

2002-2004 Graduate Scholarship, Full Funding: Master’s Thesis University of Saskatchewan

1999 Visual Arts: Creative C Grant Saskatchewan Arts Board

1998 Visual Arts: C Grant Canada Council of the Arts


The Mendel Collection at the Remai Modern
Colart Collection

City of Regina

Saskatchewan Arts Board

University of Saskatchewan


Dunlop Art Gallery

Multiple Corporate and Private Collections

Government of Saskatchewan: Commission for the 100th Anniversary of the Legislature Building


CBC Radio Interview & Podcast: Above Below: a new art show from Heather Cline, 2022
CBC Radio Interview & Podcast:
Saskatchewan Weekend with Shauna Powers Pathways and Portents:
new art from Heather Cline
, 2020
Regina Leader Post Regina artist Cline explores Canadian places and stories in her new exhibition, Jan.
11, 2018

CBC Radio Interview & online story Regina artist Heather Cline turns everyday stories into works of art,
Jan. 11, 2018

‘This’ Magazine, May-June 2018 Saskatchewan artist creates her own Canada 150 tribute, May-June,


Galleries West: Small-Town Canadiana
http://www.gallerieswest.ca/topics/heather_cline/ May , 2017,
CTV Yorkton 'Saskatchewan Artist Finds Beauty in the Ordinary',
View Video
DZine Trip ‘Quiet Stories Packs a Powerful Punch’ by John Thomson,
View Online
CBC Radio Interview & online story Regina artist set to commemorate Canada's 150th, Aug 21, 2016

Saskatoon Star Phoenix/Regina Leader Post Heather Cline brings art to all corners of Saskatchewan, Nov
2, 2015

CBC Interview 100SaskSymbols,

Galleries West Preview: Heather Cline Populating Veduta: Contemporary Cityscapes, Aug 31, 2010.


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