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Campbell Wallace’s exhibition at the Scott Gallery in Edmonton demonstrates a quintessential anti-social media aesthetic. more

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Unsettling urban vistas are the subject of Andrea Kastner's show, "Shadow Cities" at Edmonton's Scott Gallery. more

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Edmonton artist Lynn Malin has a relationship of some 30 years with landscape painting. She often uses an angled aerial perspective. more

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Galleries West is saddened to report the passing on February 9, 2016 of Edmonton-based artist Douglas Haynes. more

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Edmonton printmaker Sean Caulfield is thinking big – he’s working on a massive woodblock installation, tentatively titled "The Flood," in part inspired by last year’s disaster in southern Alberta. more

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Longtime Edmonton artist Douglas Haynes exhibits some 20 little-seen abstracts on paper – monoprints, paintings and collages – that date from the early 1960s through to the mid-1980s. more

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Joel Sinclair remembers growing up in his father, Robert W. Sinclair's studio, watching him paint. “My work is definitely inspired by his — and that's most evident in how we're both continually exploring the figure/ground relationship.” more

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Jim Davies returns to landscape with his new show at Scott Gallery in Edmonton May 29 to June 15. more

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PAT SERVICE – REGARD AND OTHER NEW PAINTINGS AND ARLENE WASYLYNCHUK – FOREST PASSAGES AT THE SCOTT GALLERY, EDMONTON, ALBERTA, MAY 8 TO MAY 25, 2010 more

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Leslie Poole has spent the last three decades perfecting his hand in … everything from Expressionism, to faux Picasso modernism, to brash landscapes, to tongue-in-cheek photorealism. more

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Arlene Wasylynchuk loves Alberta’s grand vistas and diverse ecosystems so much, she’s trying to capture all of it in her cutting-edge landscape painting. more

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By rejecting the Group of Seven “empty” landscape, George Webber’s soft, clean-lined serigraphs anticipate the interest of a much-later generation in the interaction of nature and culture. 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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In his spring exhibition, "Now and Then: Revisiting the Present," Leslie Poole blends still life with figurative painting and glimpses of landscape. more

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