Established in 1982 as an independent, cooperatively-run fine art printshop, the SNAP (Society of Northern Alberta Print-artists) mandate is to promote, facilitate and communicate print and print-related contemporary production. A complete print shop and related equipment are available to members. Ten exhibitions are scheduled each year. Tue to Sat noon - 5 pm.
10123 121 St, Edmonton, Alberta T5N 3W9
Tues to Sat noon - 5 pm.
Mentions in Galleries West
In The Garden of Earthly Delights, Juan Ortiz-apuy creates large-scale collages made from clippings from magazines and sales catalogues in order to explore advertising and commodity fetishes.
Sep 4, 2016
GABRIELE JOLOWICZ: June 4 to July 18, 2015 Society of Northern Alberta Printmakers Gallery, Edmonton
In "Present Density," German artist Gabriela Jolowicz uses traditional woodcut prints to depict scenes of contemporary life – such as people chatting in cafes and clubs.
Jun 8, 2015
Korean artist Eunkang Koh combines human and animal attributes to satirize the foibles of society. His hybrids symbolize individuals who choose ignorance.
Jan 13, 2015
Meticulous in the way she fills real physical space with bold scenic projections, Montreal artist Dominique Pétrin delights in compressing patterns and designs so they vibrate and clash with each other.
Dec 21, 2013
DARYL VOCAT and PETER KINGSTONE: "Sissies and Psychopaths," April 4 to May 11, 2013, SNAP Gallery, Edmonton, AB
Many researchers believe gay and lesbian teens account for almost a third of youth suicides – a troubling estimate borne out by a spate of recent news reports.
Dec 31, 2012
As the first living graphic artist to hold a solo exhibition at the National Museum in Cracow, Poland, Leszek Wyczolkowski continues to be one of Canada’s most esteemed printmakers.
Aug 31, 2007
Among the tools that Helen Gerritzen uses for her August exhibition of new works at the Society of Northern Alberta Print-artists Gallery (SNAP) are pairs of darkened, reflective 3’ x 4’ copper plates and a skeleton-like, white-painted tree branch.
Apr 30, 2006