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Bugera Matheson Gallery

Ian Rawlinson was driving home at dusk when he saw a moose looming in the darkness. It could have ended badly. Instead, that apparition inspired a new body of work. more

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In Latin, "Levitas," the title of Linda Craddock’s exhibition at Edmonton's Bugera Matheson Gallery, means levity or lightness. more

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Clint Hunker gathers his brushes and heads out of Saskatoon to paint what he calls the “utilitarian landscape” – humble fields, alkaline sloughs and run-down grid roads. more

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Shawn Serfas’s recent paintings are thicker than ever with gooey-looking paint, but his underlying impulse – exploring the topography and morphology of the landscape – has remained the same for years. more

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Jamie Evrard is out in her garden in Vancouver picking raspberries. She should be in her studio preparing for her upcoming show, Al Fresco, she says, but one gets the sense that sunshine and fresh air have conspired to lure her from her work. more

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The Bugera Matheson Gallery and the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts (RCA) present an exhibition featuring the RCA’s 2014 New Inductees from May 15 – 21, 2014. This year, five of the ten Inductees included in the exhibition are from Alberta. more

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Edward Epp and Jane Everett team up in "Landings," an exhibition that considers juxtapositions of land and water in the British Columbia landscape. more

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Fresh from a day downhill skiing west of her adopted city of Calgary, Gisa Mayer talks about the Rockies with palpable delight and affection. more

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You can trace Catherine McAvity’s travels around western Canada through her canvases, from coastal British Columbia to lakes and rivers in Saskatchewan. Each one finds a natural landscape, hinted at in light impressions. more

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"Pacific # 58"

Courtesy Agnes Bugera Gallery

Asked how art collecting has evolved during her time as a gallery owner in Edmonton, Agnes Bugera was quick to note: “There is a new generation of art buyers who are more adventurous." more

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In the midst of installing two major public art pieces — one at the Lois Hole Hospital in Edmonton and one at Cardel Place in Calgary — Barbara Amos will have a show at Bugera Matheson Gallery in Edmonton in May. more

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Wilson is particularily fond of the effect of headlights on rain-slick streets, blending the shiny streaks of red and yellow with the blinking signage and glowing streetlights of the city at night. more

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Somewhere between landscape and abstraction, Ernestine Tahedl’s works persist. Trained at the Vienna Academy of Applied Arts, the Austria-born Tahedl has now made King City, Ontario her studio home after 60 years as an artist. more

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The mysterious abyss of light and shadow where the horizon meets the break of light is at the center of David Edwards’ latest work. more

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Sheila Norgate’s birds have flown the coop, and whimsical canine companions have moved in. The artist has chosen the spirit of the dog to represent her vision and wicked sense of humour on canvas, making man’s best friend a staunch feminist. more

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Vancouver-based painter Scott Plear is not afraid of contradiction or breaking new ground in his ongoing series of vibrant abstract expressionist canvases. more

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Even in her early, Rothko-influenced abstract phases, Jane Brookes’ painterly gaze was turning towards the heavens. more

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Since childhood, says Caroline James, she has been fascinated by composition, “by the effect of various combinations of lines and shapes and colours in a given volume of space.” more

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Mandy Boursicot was born in Hong Kong to a French father and Macanese mother and grew up in Vietnam, Switzerland and England. more

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Known for his use of beautiful luminous cobalt blues, aquamarines and turquoise, Ken Wallace has been painting waterscapes and landscapes for the past three years. more

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