Friday, March 14, 2014

Celebrating Alberta: Work from the Alberta Society of Artists

Trevor Louden, "Grassi Lakes Tree Archetype", photograph, 30"x 24" 
Celebrating Alberta exhibits a variety of artistic mediums in which artists unveil the visible human imprint on the land and an unforeseen ground where a unique spirit stands. From traditional landscapes to more contemporary views of Alberta, the artwork showcases a larger meaning and representation about Alberta’s identity; images and symbols of the land are inscribed in their work. Together, the artists see their work as a language, a marker of their own shared vision of Alberta that manifests the ability to incorporate creativity as an alternative mode of expression for provincial pride.

Exhibiting Artists: Wendy Borglum, Blanca Botero-Fuentes, Billy Rae Busby, Linda Craddock, Diane Langlois, Lauren Huot, Michele King, Elizabeth Kirschenman, Yuriko Kitamura, Malissa Lea, Trevor Louden, Talar & Jeane Claude Prefontaine, Deborah Lougheed Sinclair, & Dawn Thrasher. 

View Celebrating Alberta from January 30 - March 15, 2014 in the Visual Arts Alberta Gallery. The gallery is open from Wed-Fri, 10-4 pm and Sat, 12-4 pm.

1 comment:

  1. The plural of "medium" is "media". Hence the terms "mixed media" and "social media" versus the phrase, "The Medium is the Message". Please don't Americanize our language. Latin was here long before we were. If you intend to use the language, use it correctly! Thank you!