Join us on Thursday, November 15th from 7 – 9 pm for the Opening Reception of Clay Ellis’s exhibition ‘Amuse-Bouches & Mintz‘ (artist in attendance). Artist Talk: Saturday, November 17th @ 3 pm Clay Ellis’s newest exhibition of paintings presents a vivid and delectable play with colour and form; a quality that over the years has come to define his
Abbozzo Gallery will be celebrating our 25th year in business! The exhibition will feature new and old works from all the immensely talented artists that have carried us for the better part of the last two and a half decades. The opening reception will be Friday November 16th and many
“Milne’s challenging and rewarding oeuvre endures. He had immense discipline, did not follow artistic fashion or chase critical opinion and his indifference toward status in his own time freed him to make art outside of time.” – Gregory Humeniuk 2018 On Saturday, November 17th, Mira Godard Gallery is pleased to
Our November exhibition features glorious new floral paintings paired with vintage works dating from every decade of Falk’s 50 year-long career. Gathie Falk is known for her paintings and sculptures that “venerate the ordinary” and celebrate everyday simple pleasures. Through her artwork, Falk elevates ordinary objects and appreciates the joy
Newzones is pleased to present Perception, a group exhibition running concurrently with Exposure 2019: Alberta’s Photography Festival. Perception is an exciting presentation of Newzones’ process-driven and photo-based artists, curated to showcase the methods that are employed in their creative process. With the photograph at the core, Perception will explore artwork that is manipulated
Newzones is excited to present SEASONS, a solo exhibition by Joshua Jensen-Nagle. Contemporary photographer Joshua Jensen-Nagle captivates viewers with his evocative photographs and singular aesthetic. Best known for his dreamy aerial beaches and expansive ski scenes, Jensen-Nagle captures scenes of leisure from a distance, often from high above, transforming people into
Whether it’s the deft and subtle handling of a San Miguel de Allende night scene or the majesty and tranquility of a Northern Ontario lake view, Michael French pleasantly surprises us with his finely detailed artistic vision. Michael French’s range is truly exceptional: from granite shoreline, to marshy lake; from
Working within a long tradition of landscape painting in Canada, David T. Alexander, Gregory Hardy and Andrew Rucklidge each bring distinct perspectives to the experience and representation of our country’s outdoor environments. The works in this group exhibition span from craggy cliffs and reflective lakes of British Columbia to rural Saskatchewan skies to utopian mountainous landscapes recovering from over taxation.
Join us Saturday, December 1st from 2 – 4 pm for the Opening Reception of Linda Lindemann’s exhibition I Arrive in the Middle. (Artist in attendance) Known for her paintings of rural Alberta scenes, often featuring red barns, Lindemann’s latest show at Peter Robertson Gallery takes her eye to mountainous wonders.