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Virginia Christopher Fine Art

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

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Virginia Christopher likes to describe her old friend Luke Lindoe in terms of his uncanny ability with clay. In southwestern Alberta, where he lived off and on for much of his life, he had a knack for searching out the best deposits. more

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WITH RECURRING IMAGERY, THIS B.C. PAINTER’S VISION MOVES INTO THE WORLD OF MYTH AND METAPHYSICS. more

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The "Solstice" arrived early at Calgary’s Virginia Christopher Fine Art. The exhibition by Calgary-based painter Peter Deacon covered more than seven metres of the gallery’s wall space, a multi-media piece comprised of 37 panels. more

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After quitting his day job to paint full time, this Alberta-based artist could finally go deep into the prairie landscape. more

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Douglas Haynes believes the Toledo Series is his “most important body of work, whether or not it’s the best.” 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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George Mihalcheon, modest to a fault, has always referred to himself as a Sunday painter. 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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It is not very often that one finds an artist whose studio sits on a ridge 7,800 feet up in the mountains. For two weeks at a time in the summer, however, Michael Mathews works in a fire tower in the Columbia valley, keeping his eyes open for fires. more

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