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From her rural studio just outside Edmonton, painting in the summertime light, Vivian Thierfelder finds the whole of the universe in nature’s most minute details. more

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John McKee, one of Canada’s senior impressionist painters, helped establish the genre of the large-scale western landscape. more

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As you stroll through The Banyan Tree Gallery, amid wrought iron furniture and fragrant incense and candles, a rainbow of dyed textiles leads to the luminous Moorish-arched door and window paintings of Mohd Shakeel. more

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A whimsical spirit and fairy tale quality illuminate the art of silk painter Beth Coulas. more

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Trying to capture a moment or memory, such as dawn in a fog-laden forest, is the task that landscape artist Susan Woolgar has set for herself. more

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In modernist art history’s search for the liberation of colour, beginning with Cézanne, David Cantine’s four coloured discs represent a triumph. 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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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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Frost melts and runs in calligraphic rivulets along the sides of vessels. Ice crystals catch the morning spark, and a glazed bowl suddenly gleams with iridescence. more

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The figurative paintings of Edmonton artist Doug Jamha are ultimately about contrasts. more

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