Peter Robertson Gallery

12323 104 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5N 0V4

Peter Robertson Gallery logo
Your browser does not support the HTML5 Geolocation API. Enter your address in the text field above and try again.
You denied permission to use your current location. Enter an address in the text field above or change your location sharing settings for this page.
Unable to find your current location. Enter an address in the text field above and try again.
Location search timed out. Enter an address in the text field above and try again.
12323 104 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5N 0V4
Tues to Sat 11 am - 5 pm

Mentions in Galleries West

  • Muted, Spare Images of the Prairies

    If you grew up on the Prairies, Linda Lindemann’s landscapes may evoke a nostalgic ache.

    Dec 2, 2016

  • Steve Driscoll, Oct. 14 to Nov. 1 at the Peter Robertson Gallery in Edmonton

    Toronto artist Steve Driscoll presents a suite of paintings about celestial phenomena in "And a Dark Wind Blows," an immersive installation that features an artificial lake and boardwalk.

    Sep 4, 2016

  • Exposure Photography Festival 2016

    Who is showing what in 2016!! The Exposure Photography Festival was established in 2004 to encourage the participation in, examination of, and appreciation for the medium of photography.

    Jan 18, 2016

  • Julian Forrest

    Looking at Julian Forrest’s work is like flipping through a collection of short stories. His paintings feel like magic realism, surreal tableaux frozen in ambiguous time and opaque settings. It’s easy to yearn for a unifying narrative.

    Sep 7, 2015

  • CLAY ELLIS: "in the we manner," Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, Sept. 11 to Sept. 30, 2014

    While Clay Ellis often titles his sculptural paintings after personal encounters with the ranchland of his youth in Medicine Hat, AB, a central irony is that they actually look nothing like nature. Oddly, his art reminds one of art itself.

    Oct 12, 2014


    Gordon Harper’s oil paintings evoke scalding summer days of desultory wandering through aging neighbourhoods that seem nearly devoid of life.


    When Greg Hardy talks about expressing his emotional reaction to the land through the materiality of paint and canvas, he’s not referring to mere sentiment.

    Aug 28, 2013


    Peter Robertson recommends looking for an artist with a proven track record. He often proposes David Alexander from his stable of artists for this very reason.

    Apr 30, 2012

  • PHIL DARRAH, "Representation," May 8 to 27, 2008, Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton

    Following the death of his mother and a move south of Edmonton to an acreage at Mulhurst Bay, and in the midst of making preparations for a working-trip to Greece, Darrah sat back and took stock of his role as an abstract painter.

    Apr 30, 2008

  • GIUSEPPE ALBI, February, 2007, Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton

    “This is 30 years of painting experience coming into play in these works,” says Albi, an Italian-born artist who’s lived in Canada since 1951.

    Dec 31, 2006

  • DAVID CANTINE, Oct 23-Nov 9, Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton

    In modernist art history’s search for the liberation of colour, beginning with Cézanne, David Cantine’s four coloured discs represent a triumph.

    Aug 31, 2004


Peter Robertson Gallery



March 30, 2017


March 31, 2017


April 1, 2017


April 2, 2017


April 3, 2017


April 4, 2017


April 5, 2017

Latest Tweets