Watch your colour change take place in the Esplanade Art Gallery on the live feed at aaronnelson.ca. more »
American artist Eric Fischl discusses his recent sculptures and watercolors with Canadian critic Robert Enright at Barbara Edwards Contemporary, Calgary. October 2013 more »
Dec 4, 2013 in DOCUMENTARIES
A short documentary about German artist Julius Popp while setting up his work "Bit.Fall" in St Louis. more »
Nov 29, 2013 in DOCUMENTARIES
A documentary about visual artist Jason Poturica and his "Journeys" Series more »
Oct 28, 2013 in DOCUMENTARIES
Glenn Clark, Penticton, was commissioned by the Kelowna Art Gallery to create an installation piece for the Kelowna International Airport. more »
Oct 16, 2013 in DOCUMENTARIES
A cheery springtime spirit radiates from Maud Lewis’ painting of three birds amid the apple blossoms. It’s crudely painted, for sure – the birds’ caps sit on their heads like helmets – but, then, technical finesse is not really the point of folk art. more »
Saskatoon based painter Robert Christie talks about his exhibition "Colour and Construction". The exhibition ran May 11 - 30, 2013 at The GALLERY / art placement inc., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, more »
May 16, 2013 in EVENT VIDEOS
A First Nations War Shirt, called a Soo-Car-Sim, was recently returned to the Esplanade Museum in Medicine Hat from the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) which specializes in museum conservation and restoration.
Medalta Artistic Director, Aaron Nelson's latest exhibition at the Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre in Medicine Hat is titled, appropriately enough, "Connectivity".
Vancouver Art Gallery is pleased to announce the latest acquisition for its growing permanent collection. This work by Emily Carr, titled "Emily and Lizzie", is generously donated by long-time Gallery supporters Michael Audain and Yoshiko Karasawa.
Glenfiddich is issuing a “Call to Artists” currently living and creating art in Canada to enter the internationally renowned competition for the prestigious 2014 Glenfiddich Artists in Residence Prize.
The Royal BC Museum has agreed to support the Dulwich Picture Art Gallery, London with a significant loan of 26 Emily Carr paintings, drawings and sketches for a major exhibition opening Nov 1, 2014.