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 photography exhibition by E. Ross Bradley at the Walterdale Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta.
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.