12323-104 Ave. NW
Edmonton, AB, T5N OV4
Hours: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Year Established: 1992
Terrence Keller ( 1947-2014)
Kirsty Templeton Davidge
Peter von Tiesenhausen
Colin Smith highlighted in Winter Group Show
2/16/2016 - 2/6/2016
New work is highlighted by by award winning camera obscura photographer Colin Smith.
Alice Teichert ' The point is...'
4/15/2016 - 5/3/2016
Opening Reception Friday, April 15 from 7- 9 pm Artist talk @ 8 pm Born in Paris and raised in Brussels within the environment of the European Communities, Alice Teichert studied Music, Visual Poetry, Visual Arts and Printmaking in Belgium and France. Her interest in North American Abstract Painting led her to continue studies in the United States and Canada, where she has lived since 1984. Well known for her bold colourful paintings with multiple layers, textures and finely pigmented glazes, Teichert has built an international career with exhibitions in France, Canada, Switzerland and Australia. The point is... April 15- May 3, 2016 The point is …: Integrating my interest in-line of lines forming a language of topo- and typo- graphy, of glyphs and graphs, these new paintings put into view more ties and interstices between text images and a thought process. Image is text and text is image, and the language is one of perception and interpretation within the space of the experience itself. Alice Teichert, February 2016
Steve Driscoll 'And a Dark Wind Blows'
10/14/2016 - 11/5/2016
The Peter Robertson Gallery in Edmonton is pleased to present Steve Driscoll: And a Dark Wind Blows, a suite of new contemporary landscape paintings by the highly regarded Toronto artist. Presented as an immersive installation featuring an artificial lake and boardwalk, the show opens Friday, October 14 (reception 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.) and runs through Saturday, November 5, 2016.rn The centerpiece of the show, the monumental These Are Truly the Last Days (title borrowed from a song by Montreal post-rock orchestra, Godspeed You! Black Emperor) presents an ecstatic vision of the northern lights. Created using Driscoll’s favoured medium of pigmented urethane, the three-panel painting contains passages of unsurpassed beauty, as swirling eddies of green, blue, purple and yellow-gold suggest nebulas, galaxies and rivulets of shimmering stardust, below a star-filled sky. Positioned at the long end of the gallery, it may be viewed from a wooden boardwalk over the flooded gallery floor, or seen more intimately from a small floating raft accessed by stepping stones.