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Monica Tap combines landscapes from photographs, historical paintings and her own memories to create dreamy new scenes. more

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The artist’s studio, in the popular imagination, is a place of exceptional myth and, as a consequence, one of potent cliché. more

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Congratulations to Peter von Tiesenhausen and David Cantine, whose works have been installed at the new Simons at Londonderry Mall. more

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When Tim Okamura was a student at the Alberta College of Art and Design, he dreamed about living in New York. more

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If you grew up on the Prairies, Linda Lindemann’s landscapes may evoke a nostalgic ache. more

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Toronto artist Steve Driscoll presents a suite of paintings about celestial phenomena in "And a Dark Wind Blows," an immersive installation that features an artificial lake and boardwalk. more

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PETER VON TIESENHAUSEN is a prime example of what people mean when they speak of an artist as “unique.” more

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G7 Book

Photo Cydney Toth

Several art awards. more

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Looking at Julian Forrest’s work is like flipping through a collection of short stories. His paintings feel like magic realism, surreal tableaux frozen in ambiguous time and opaque settings. It’s easy to yearn for a unifying narrative. more

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The winner of the 4th annual Eldon + Anne Foote Edmonton Visual Arts Prize is Julian Forrest (nominated by Brenda Barry Byrne of Strathcona County Art Gallery@501, Sherwood Park). Forrest received a cheque for $10,000. more

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While Clay Ellis often titles his sculptural paintings after personal encounters with the ranchland of his youth in Medicine Hat, AB, a central irony is that they actually look nothing like nature. Oddly, his art reminds one of art itself. more

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Gordon Harper’s oil paintings evoke scalding summer days of desultory wandering through aging neighbourhoods that seem nearly devoid of life. more

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"Clouds and the Road Home"

Photo Credit: Gallery Jones.

When Greg Hardy talks about expressing his emotional reaction to the land through the materiality of paint and canvas, he’s not referring to mere sentiment. more

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Peter Robertson recommends looking for an artist with a proven track record. He often proposes David Alexander from his stable of artists for this very reason. more

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THE WEIRD, WONDERFUL WORLD OF EDMONTON PAINTER DANA HOLST. 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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“This is 30 years of painting experience coming into play in these works,” says Albi, an Italian-born artist who’s lived in Canada since 1951. more

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Landscape painter David Alexander might document the coast of Newfoundland or paint a volcanic wasteland in Iceland, but he keeps returning to a handful of archetypal Canadian vistas. 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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