In the alleys and backyards of Edmonton’s Post-War Canadian neighborhoods, Alberta based artist Kari Duke captures a world infused with a sense of familiarity and comfort. Duke’s painterly canvases burst with warmth that generates a feeling of returning home, regardless of where that may be. At the same time she
Described by the late Edmonton reviewer/critic Gilbert Bouchard as ‘probably Alberta’s finest landscape painter’, Tom Gale has been painting for 40 years, the last 25 in Edmonton. His work is in the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, in corporate collections such as Canadian Utilities Ltd, Toronto Dominion
The Front Gallery is a forty year landmark in the heart of the gallery walk district in Edmonton. Please join us in celebrating our new location – 10402 124th street. A collection of over 3000 art books will also be available for sale at the new location.
Galerie D’Este is proud to open its 2017-2018 exhibition season with a fresh look at the work of the plasticien artist Jean-Paul Jérôme (1928-2004). It has been over eight years since the gallery has presented an exhibition dedicated solely to this highly significant painter. Curator Simon Morin has selected over
JENNIFER WALTON Fire, Water, Ice & Snow September 16 – October 28, 2017 Reception with the artist, Wednesday September 27, 5 – 8 pm Jennifer Walton’s visceral and vivid paintings will be featured in a major solo exhibition titled ‘Fire, Water, Ice & Snow’ at Abbozzo Gallery. As outlined in
On display in the Upper Gallery this September is ‘Of Tristia, Forlorn!’, Michelle Nguyen’s debut exhibition at Bau-Xi Gallery. Stemming from a childhood fascination with death, ‘Of Tristia, Forlorn!’ explores the symbiosis between life after death, and death after life. Heavily influenced by poetry and cultural superstition, Nguyen examines these
Bau-Xi Gallery presents Wind Songs, a new body of work by Vancouver painter Sheri Bakes. At the core of Sheri Bakes’ painting practice is an interest in evoking the grace of nature: “My work stems from a place of alignment with nature. Nature is the tuning fork. It keeps everything in tune.” In her latest
Cécile Buysse, Dans la montagne Exhibition of new works by our contemporary artists, including works by Guylaine Beauchemin, Cécile Buysse, Claude de Gaspé Alleyn, Élène Gamache, Henry Wanton Jones, Geneviève Jost, Pearl Levy, Sidney Menkes, Jeannette Perreault, and Ilia Zaitseff.
Jean Soucy, Nature morte (c. 1941) After thirty years of successful career as a draftsman, painter and art teacher, Jean Soucy puts an end to his artistic work when he is nominated in June 1967 as Head of the Musée du Québec (today, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec). Less
John Little, Place Royale, St. Paul Street, Montreal (1961) Exhibition of new acquisitions of historical works, including works by John Little, Marc-Aurèle Fortin, Alfred Pellan, Fritz Brandtner, Jean Dallaire, René Richard, Jacques de Tonnancour, Lise Gervais, Fernand Leduc, Philip Surrey, Miyuki Tanobe, and Claude Le Sauteur.