Recently relocated to the heritage Lancaster Building just off Stephen Avenue Walk. Specializing in high quality fine art -- small and large format works -- in styles from super-realism to impressionism to semi-abstract.
A space for irreverence, experimentation, and practices that challenge conceptions of contemporary art, the Pith space provides affordable studios to local artists, and exhibits emerging and exciting work.
Recently relocated from Montreal, owner/director Michel Arseneau is featuring the works of internationally-recognized artist Charles Carson in permanent exhibition at his new Inglewood Fine Arts gallery.
Housed just behind the CPR tracks in Ramsay, the gallery is home to over 40 artists and members of the artpoint society. In the Upstairs and Downstairs Galleries, members and invited art groups show their work in monthly changing exhibitions.
Calgary artist Paul Van Ginkel paints in oils and watercolours while specializing in Western and Dance themes. He also does custom (commission) pieces and has limited edition paper and giclee prints available.
Dedicated to the presentation of contemporary Canadian visual arts, architecture and design within a context of international art, the gallery is engaged in the advancement of knowledge and understanding of contemporary art practices.
The Alexandra Centre Society was incorporated in December 1975,to ensure that the objectives of the Inglewood Ramsay Redevelopment Committee were carried out on an ongoing basis. In more recent years, Victoria Park community has been included.
Located in the Design District, the gallery showcases contemporary art in a wide variety of styles and media and of significant regional and national scope -- from emerging and established artists of the highest quality.