Alberta Society of Artists for the 2023 rendition of “Artist’s Choice,” showing a broad selection of visual artworks submitted by our current Juried and Life Members. This exhibition includes acrylic paintings, sculptural paper art, gouache, two and three-dimensional fibre art, photography, oil paintings, mixed media, and so much more.
The theme “Urban Surprises”, leaves large open spaces for collective and individual interpretation. Working together, the vision becomes much larger and more varied than what one might suppose in the title. Limiting materials to a substrate of paper and then adding sculpture to the mix moves creativity in unforeseen directions.
A solo photography exhibition by E. Ross Bradley at the Walterdale Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta.
During Covid people were forced to find alternative ways to “work and play”. To retain life balance, individuals pursued different ways to experience joy and relieve loneliness. Various forms of play provided mechanisms that eased the melancholy of isolation and preserved our sense of self.
In June of 2013, southern Alberta experienced one of the worst floods in its history. In Calgary, the Bow and Elbow rivers burst their banks and spilled into downtown. In their strange tranquillity, these images capture a space transformed, reclaimed by nature, and ripe with theoretical prospects left unrealized. On the tenth anniversary of the flooding of southern Alberta