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Born and raised in East Vancouver, Erin McSavaney spent much of his childhood exploring the Sunshine Coast, including the forests around his grandmother’s home in Roberts Creek. more

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The portrait in all of us lurks behind a lifesize cut-out that is our self-perception – the way we see ourselves; the way we think we look, perhaps the way we are. more

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Barbara Amos is a city dweller. Her studio in Calgary’s Grain Exchange Building provides a fitting vantage point from which to observe the patterns, movements and textures of city life. more

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Ursula Reynolds grew up in post-WWII Frankfurt, Germany, almost entirely removed from nature. Today, she lives on 70 acres of prairie, meadow and river valley near Cochrane, Alberta, amidst a busy wildlife corridor. more

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Born in Vancouver just 21 years ago, Philip Gray has already established a place for himself in the world of Northwest Coast art. more

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Humour, visual puns and a slightly sardonic edge are consistent elements in the work of Jefferson Little. more

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Pam Weber has explored various artistic endeavours throughout her career, including printmaking, graphic design, textile printing and animation. 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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Cranbrook artist Joseph Cross displays an ardour for the outdoors in his richly hued oils and pastels. Broad sweeps of nature as well as bold, close-up encounters with brilliant flowers are represented in his portfolio. more

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Landscape has been an enduring theme in Jim Davies' 25 years of image making in Alberta. more

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You know you're in for something fresh when an exhibition is entitled, What Was He Thinking? The mind in question is that of artist Peter Shaughnessy. more

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Located at the intersection of art and science, new media art escapes convention. Here's a brief look at how Reva Stone, Paul Wong, Shelley Ouellet and Risa Horowitz are escaping the traditional boundaries of conventional art. more

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Neil Patterson is a decisive painter. Each landscape is an act of bold and generous expression in which colour is a liberating force. more

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It is clear that whenever Ted enters his studio, he is accompanied by a chorus of memories, voices and experiences from a long and storied career. more

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Natural historian and photographer Tom Willock captures, in striking black and white images, the waterfalls, rivers, skies, mountain peaks and flora of Southern Alberta, particularly of the Waterton area in which he now resides. more

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Fantastic, erotic, powerful characters inhabit the mind and art of Charles Malinsky, a former Alberta College of Art & Design instructor now living with his wife Marilyn in Madrid, Spain. more

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In "Seduction by Color," painter Colette Gouin, known to many as Colette Nilsen, offers large canvases filled with vivid florals. more

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For watercolourist Libby Weir, art, nature and life are interconnected forces. more

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Joane Cardinal-Schubert is a story-teller. In conversation, in writing, in the way she approaches her work. Ask a question and you'll hear an anecdote. more

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Watercolourist Joanna Moore delights in the beauty to be found in the urban landscape, particularly in the back lanes of residential neighbourhoods. more

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