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Camrose Ducote feels like she is pursuing some elusive truth in her abstract work. more

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Simon Andrew's show of landscapes at Wallace Galleries in Calgary is less rooted in geography than in his own psyche. more

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The suit jacket – a symbol of male power and authority – is the topic of Andre Petterson’s latest paintings, showing this fall at the Bau-Xi Gallery in Vancouver. more

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Diana Zasadny’s paintings of the prairies are so textured they look almost like encaustic. more

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George Clooney may be ensconced in the arms of his new wife, Amal, a leading human rights lawyer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pursue a more fleeting encounter of the artistic kind with one of Hollywood’s most famous leading men. more

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David Newkirk strives to synthesize various modernist ideas with personal concerns and recent research on human memory in large abstract canvases. more

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Godwin, who died last year, was part of the renowned Regina Five group of abstract artists featured at the National Gallery of Canada in 1961. In later life, he turned his attention to the prairie landscape. more

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Nancy Boyd’s recent series, "Excavation with Field Notes," explores an internal universe – what she calls “the interior of the body or the interior of the self.” 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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From Wallace Galleries, longtime representatives of Ted Godwin's work. It is with great sadness that we are to announce the passing of a great Canadian artist; Edward W. (Ted) Godwin. more

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In the western art historical tradition, there are many ways to read a painting, including a language of symbols embedded in naturalistic representation. more

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Herald Nix was literally laying the groundwork for his forthcoming fall exhibition when he spoke about the show. more

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PRAIRIE PAINTER BRENT LAYCOCK’S LANDSCAPES PLAY WITH PERCEPTION. more

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Over a long career, Brent Laycock’s paintings have appeared on two Canadian postage stamps and the cover of Reader’s Digest, and been presented to the queen of Denmark. more

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One of the Regina Five and co-founder of the visiting artist workshops at Emma Lake, Kenneth Lochhead connected Regina with the wider art world. more

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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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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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Perreault, born in Albertville, Saskatchewan, in 1947, exhibits widely on the Prairies. A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan in 1970, he has won many awards and commissions. more

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A trip to Giverny, France, was life-altering for Robert Florian. It was during his visit to Claude Monet's garden that Florian decided to become a landscape painter. more

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Known for her lyrical use of colour, Deborah Worsfold creates canvases of exquisite depth and vibrancy. more

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