The Avens Gallery

Taking a mountain trip this summer.  Please, stop by The Avens Gallery in Canmore, Alberta to see some of my original mosaic pieces.

101 – 710 Main Street
Canmore, AB Canada

“Established in 1986, The Avens Gallery has long been a premier destination in Canmore for Albertans and international clientele as well. The Avens features a great variety of Western Canadian artists and is known for their friendly, knowledgeable staff. The gallery is located right on Main Street, Canmore and is open every day.

Here you will find works created in oil, acrylic, and photography as well as three-dimensional works in stone & bronze. Thank you for your ongoing support and interest in The Avens Gallery.

We look forward to your visit – Enjoy our beautiful home in The Rockies!”

The Making of A Goddess

Chosen for #YEGCanvas!

We went to see my #YEGCanvas Billboard on Saturday! It’s on the corner of 99 Street and 60 Avenue in Edmonton, AB. This is so dang exciting! Please get out there and take photos and selfies with my Billboard and tag #YEGCanvas

I am honoured the Edmonton Arts Council has chosen two of my images for this exhibition. The second image will be in the 2nd or 4th rotation.

Click the link for more information on #YEGCanvas

This wildly popular urban billboard & transit poster exhibition features artworks by Edmonton’s Indigenous, multicultural, and emerging artists. Look for art along the LRT line, and along the city’s roads and highways from November 1, 2016 – April 30, 2017.

#YEGCanvas 2016 offers a fantastic opportunity to put yourself in the picture with selfies, social media posts, blogs and shares. The artworks change every eight weeks – 10 different billboard images will be displayed each time, and 15 posters will move along the Capital and Metro LRT lines.

Hip Chics Guild

Linda Poignant (potter), Lori Frank (painter) and myself debuted as the Hip Chics Guild in 2013 at the Market on 104 Street.  Although the guild has folded, it was a fabulous creative collaboration.  Lori and I often do the market together;  and Linda is traveling and creating in between her next journey.

Highlands Tile Project

Linda Poignant of Wheelworx, Lori Frank and I helped to process and frame an art installation consisting of over 100 individual 6″ x 6″ ceramic tiles painted by the community of Highlands over the previous 2 years.  The installation was installed in January of 2013 in the Highlands Community Hall.