Join the Alberta Society of Artists (ASA) and the Sculptors Association of Alberta (SAA) for an exhibition of artworks by Alberta Sculptors. Many sculptors explore a variety of mediums and art styles. To best reflect this, participating artists were invited to submit two-dimensional works alongside their 3D works to show the breadth of their artistic practice.
This exhibition resulted from a call to all ASA and SAA members, who were invited to submit between one and five artworks; the submitted works were reviewed and selected by a blind jury.
We are excited to include the works of 16 Artists from around the province, showcasing over 40 artworks. All Artists are listed below with organizational membership(s) and membership type indications.
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 fine exhibition by Debra Hovestad, ASA, at the Walterdale Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta.
This body of work depicts unique prairie and skyscapes and brings attention to the world outside, a concept which seems to be lost at times in this busy chaotic world; a place to be in and appreciate, rather than a place to consume.
A solo exhibition featuring the work of Alberta artist Mary Whale, ASA, at the Walterdale Theatre, Edmonton Alberta.
“The term Wabi Sabi connotes such qualities as impermanence, humility, asymmetry and imperfection in things. The way we, as people, age is not unlike that of a revered piece of pottery that has survived the ravages of use; the cracks to be filled with gold. The ‘beauty of use’ can be witnessed in old people; the patina, the textures, and the incredible lines.”
The Alberta Society of Artists is pleased to present the solo exhibition “Quiet Light” featuring the work of Alberta artist Cameron Young.