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West End Gallery, Edmonton

Pond hockey and other childhood rites from rural Alberta are featured in paintings at the West End Gallery in Edmonton. more

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Fraser Brinsmead grew in the small community of Lac La Biche, Alta., and his first glimpse of Edmonton affected him deeply. more

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Undaunted by detail, Calgary-based artist Glen Semple’s photorealistic florals are suffused with light and colour. more

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On April 18, 2015, the West End Gallery will be be celebrating 40 years in Edmonton, 35 at their current location. more

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"Coulee Crossing"

Matthew Hudon

William Webb’s paintings demonstrate his love of Alberta landscapes, whether humble views of rutted country roads or more majestic mountain vistas. more

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Texture plays a large role in W.H Webb’s acrylic paintings — the tactile image of the many, deep ruts in a snowy, country road, or the craggy mountains of his realist landscapes. more

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Painter Glen Semple believes big artistic beauty comes in small packages. “Like the previous one, this brand-new show is based on the idea of ‘bit of beauty’,” says the Calgary-based photo-realist artist. more

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Not only are Grant Leier and Nixie Barton united by 17 years of married life and two vibrant painting careers, they also share profound and life-altering passions for large-scale gardening and myriad collections of “stuff.” more

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The region north of Quebec City, where the heavy torrent of the Saguenay River empties into the St. Lawrence, has been recreated in scene after scene in Côté’s work. more

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In the world of Rod Charlesworth, vibrant patches of colour and the rugged terrain of the western landscape capture a uniquely Canadian cultural identity. more

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