Longtime painter Marianne Gerlinger has exhibited throughout Alberta and as far away as Slovenia. Before living in Calgary, she lived in Florida. When lining up her latest paintings, she noticed that they seemed to suggest passageways. more »
“I never knew,” says Marie Lannoo, a Saskatoon-based painter, “that the simple act of folding would open things up for me.” Lannoo is referring to the new material her immensely colourful work is painted on. more »
Calgary artist Bill Rodgers did something unusual in 1992. He went back to works he had made between 1978 and 1989 and began to scrape down and paint over them. more »
Amy Dryer’s hometown of Calgary, where she continues to live, has become the subject of her new work. This engagement is all-inclusive, allowing her to paint outdoors and to bring her attachment to the city into her painting practice. more »
For more than two decades, Vancouver artist Cori Creed has explored the surface and colour of paint on canvas. Her large oil paintings of great tangles of forests, fields and skies, show her passion for the outdoors. more »
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5 Artists to Consider Right Now!
- MARIE-DANIELLE LEBLANC: Gerry Thomas Gallery, $3,300 - $4,400, Calgary
- KYLE HERRANEN: Nouveau Gallery, $1200 - $1900, Regina
- STEVEN FRIEDMAN: Steffich Fine Art, $2,200 - $4,400, Salt Spring Island, B.C.
- COLLECTOR PROFILE: Joan McConnell, Salt Spring Island
- KATHLEEN BLACK: Pulse Gallery, $500 - $4,000, Winnipeg