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Cre8ery - creative space for creative people

125 Adelaide Street

Winnipeg, MB

Directions: 2nd floor of 125 Adelaide.



Offered in English.


Tamara Roshka, Artist

Elementa is Tamara’s seventh solo show and her first show featuring her ceramic art. Alongside painted works inspired by Manitoba’s prairie skies and forests, Tamara delves into 3D work of nature inspired ceramic art and functional art. Specifically taking inspiration from the creatures of the water, and the hidden world of the forest floor. Tamara believes in accessible artwork for all and has a variety of work ranging from small and intricate pieces that will draw in the viewer, to larger pieces that envelop the audience. Elementa will move you through the elements and make you wonder at the humble, yet enchanting beauty of nature.




A variety of art styles, mediums, and genres can be found at the gallery. Works range from professional seasoned artists to talented new-comers wishing to explore their talents. The exhibits change bi-weekly in the main gallery and every five weeks in the auxiliary gallery. This makes the gallery new and exciting with wonderful things to discover almost weekly! Often, privately rented studios within the gallery are open to the public during the day, opening receptions, and of course, First Fridays. This is an amazing opportunity to meet the artists and learn directly from the source about their work.

Jordan Miller

Jordan’s extensive knowledge of the business side of having an artist career, her personal talent and expertise make her an invaluable resource to both gallery members and the visiting public. If you are interested in a specific piece of art as a personal gift or a corporate purchase, please be sure to ask us to help find those pieces for you!

cre8ery inc, is locally owned by artist, mentor, consultant, and 2011’s Woman of Distinction award recipient, Jordan Miller. She is a graduate of the University of Manitoba’s Fine Arts program and the University of Winnipeg’s Arts and Cultural Management Program. Her vast knowledge and love for art and Winnipeg make her the perfect contact for all your art and artist needs.


Jordan Miller