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Though his repertoire has grown over four decades to include wood etchings and sculpture, Lapointe’s roots are in painting. more

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As with many large-scale installation pieces, Marie- Josée Laframboise’s mixed-media sculptures must change somewhat to fit diverse gallery spaces. more

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Like a twice-exposed photograph, Toronto artist Brenda Joy Lem’s silkscreen prints often feature many distinct images blended together in a haunting collage. more

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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. more

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Chalke first became interested in ceramics in the early ’60s in his native England after he saw an old coal kiln being fired for the last time. more

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The “victim drawings” salvaged from Kiyooka’s flooded basement depicted casualties of global political unrest, like the Algerian War of Independence. They spanned from the late ‘60s to the early ‘80s. more

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Under the theme "Living Utopia and Disaster", the works featured in the Alberta Biennial are billed as "discrete reminders that hopes are often matched with impending catastrophe, actions with adversity, and that Utopia is mostly built on disasters. more

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Ray Van Lune describes the inspiration for his paintings as “a lot to do with the space, huge skies and general nature of the land in Alberta.” more

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Anyone who’s ever flown into a city after dark will see something familiar in Montreal artist Dennis Ekstedt’s "Cluster." more

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With a year long celebration, western canadian artisans step into the spotlight. more

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The exhibition features 43 pieces by 30 craft artists working in a range of media, from textiles to clay to jewelry. more

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