The Alberta Society of Artists is pleased to present the group exhibition “Urban Nature” featuring the work of Contextural, a community of textile artists.
A solo exhibition featuring the work of Kimberly Jones, at the Alberta Society of Artists gallery in Calgary.
“SpEATchless”is a growing body of mixed media work that combines diorama and miniature artistry with food themes to create surreal scenes and vignettes meant to provoke introspection in the viewer about scale and size as well as our relationship with food and waste in modern North American culture.”
The Alberta Society of Artists is proud to present “The Artist’s Lens 2024- Body”, an exhibition of photographic works by Alberta photographers. This exhibition is part of the EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL 2024, which runs in February in various venues throughout Alberta.
The Alberta Society of Artists is proud to present “Walterdale Artists Choice 2023”, a show & sale featuring the work of Juried & Life Members of the ASA: Debra Hovestad, Doris Charest, E. Ross Bradley, Ellen Andreassen, Mary Whale, Pam Wilman and Yvonne Dubourdieu.
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
A group exhibition by ASA Juried Members from the Edmonton area in the Walterdale Theatre
Sylvie Pinard’s, Rock Stars, exhibition draws a parallel between geological architecture and human society by using geode – a unique geological formation created by a layering process through time – as metaphor. Geodes reflect the chemical and physical conditions of the environment with their experiences and environment.
“It’s About Time, Space & Place” is a small group exhibition of new paintings by Juried Members of the ASA; Debra Ward, Bonnie Scott, Mary Ann Wilson and Wanada Rottenfusser.