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Willock & Sax Gallery

Allan Harding MacKay’s take on landscape is contemporary; it feels intimate. Read more

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John Chalke, "The Magma Was Thinnest at Crowsnest Pass," 2009

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"Directions of His Own" pays tribute to the late John Chalke and his contributions as an artist and educator. Chalke, who taught at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, was renowned for his understanding of glazes, clays and kilns. Read more

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

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John Richard Chalke passed away on March 27th, 2014 at Rockyview General Hospital. Born in Gloucester UK, in 1940, John was an internationally known artist. Read more

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Landscape and wildlife painter Dwayne Harty will have dual shows in Banff this summer, both highlighting work he’s done over the past three years as part of the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Intitiative. Read more

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Born in 1939 in Saltcoats, Saskatchewan, Robert Sinclair hails from a generation of artists who, with the western landscape in mind, sought to bring fresh new perspectives. Read more

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As the annual Exposure Photography Festival grows every year, it keeps adding participating galleries and artists — this year a few dozen galleries in Calgary and Banff will be involved. Read more

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Spanning a dozen years of Peter von Tiesenhausen’s work, between 1997 and 2009, this exhibition echoed, not so much in an aural sense but with a reverberation between many of the works on display. Read more

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Chalke first became interested in ceramics in the early ’60s in his native England after he saw an old coal kiln being fired for the last time. Read 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. Read more

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Artist Peter von Tiesenhausen and video editor Noel Bégin are taking a break from combing through 10 years of footage for an upcoming documentary. Read 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. Read more

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