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OPENING: Fifty Years of Making an Impression

Fifty Years of Making an Impression A Group Exhibition of Print Works  Artists ELIZABETH ‘LIZ’ ALLEN ANTONIA ‘ANDIE’ WICHERTS CAROLE BONDAROFF STAN PHELPS  Event Date July 3, 2022 2:00 – 4:00 PM    Venue Calgary Central Libray 800...

ON NOW: Fifty Years of Making an Impression

Fifty Years of Making an Impression A Group Exhibition of Print Works  Artists ELIZABETH ‘LIZ’ ALLEN ANTONIA ‘ANDIE’ WICHERTS CAROLE BONDAROFF STAN PHELPS  Exhibition Dates July 1 – 31, 2022    Venue Calgary Central Libray 800 3...

ON NOW: Portraits: Facing the Image

Portraits: Facing the Image A Group Exhibition of Artistic Works  Artists Various Alberta Artists  Exhibition Dates June 25 – August 21, 2022    Venue Art Gallery of Alberta  2 Sir Winston Churchill Square Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 2C1 EXHIBITION STATEMENT...

ON NOW: Asian Roots Trio (A.R.T.)

Asian Roots Trio, A.R.T. for short, is a showcase of our Asian narrative. Each of us has our own distinct story about our Asian heritage since we all have unique backgrounds and experiences. Although we did not search each other out, we all came to an intersection through our common interest in traditional Asian culture. Our choice of mediums, including oil painting, drawing, and watercolour painting, form a diverse yet cohesive vision of traditional Asian aesthetics as we tell the story of our Asian Roots.

ON NOW: Meditation

Meditation A Solo Exhibition of Oil Paintings  Artist Yu Chen  Exhibition Date June 8, 2022 – August 20, 2022    Venue The Alberta Society of Artists Gallery, Calgary, Alberta ARTISTS’ STATEMENT  In my culture, Buddhist bracelets emphasize virtue...

All is Water

This work is a collaboration between Danny, Hesam and Twinkle as a result of their conversations surrounding their identities, backgrounds and how individual perspectives shape their view on this particular element of life. Water and the query of its nature has always been a fundamental aspect from which philosophy has sprung. By examining the various states that one can find water in, we are able to relate and think inwardly to the tempests and stagnation found in our day-to-day moments leading to how our cultures are shaped.

Our aim was to juxtaposition the universality of water against the backdrop of our own individual ethnic backgrounds and identities.