Presently my work reflects the natural landscape and movements within. This series investigates the concept of a cultural narrative through large-scale landscapes using mixed media.
Samantha Williams-Chapelsky is a contemporary Alberta artist born on June 30th 1986.
She lived for a brief time in Kelowna, British Colombia where at age five, she received an Emily Carr Young Artist Award for her work, The House.
She was accepted to the University of Alberta in the fall of 2004 into the Bachelor of Fine arts Program.
Samantha Williams-Chapelsky lived in Tuscany, Italy during 2009 studying Italian art, architecture and history and completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with distinction in 2009.
Samantha has worked as a visual art instructor for the past three years teaching all painting mediums and sculpture. She has recently become a member of the St.Albert potters guild, and continues to expand her knowledge and skills. She has also completed several municipal award commissions for the City of St.Albert, and was nominated in 2012 for the Lieutenant Governors Emerging Artist Award for the Province of Alberta.
Samantha has been exhibiting her art extensively for the past three years, participating in over 25 exhibitions, including showings in India, Italy, and New york. And that's just the beginning...