John Chalke RCA, Turned Over - The Other Side - Underneath It All, 2009, multifired, multiglazed ceramic wall piece
Update to images after October 1
Reception with Barb Tipton: Saturday, October 8, noon to 3
Fine art ceramic sculpture by one of the "most influential and important ceramists" of the last 70 years. Known for his alchemic ability with both clay and glaze, works are from the artist’s estate and other collections. The array of subject, texture and form span Chalke’s career and provide insight into his distinct interests and directions.
Allan Harding MacKay RCA, There Are No Perfect Mountains, 1986, mixed media on paper, 21.5 x 13 inches
Reception, Saturday, November 5, 3 to 6 pm
artist in attendance
Contemporary and historic paintings by a senior Canadian artist that explore transitions, the dramatic moments, and the clash of weather systems; all predicated on the idea of alpine defined by the Swiss Alps and the Canadian Rockies.
Part of the Banff Mountain Film & Book Festival & Gallery Hop.
Tom Willock, A Prairie Coulee, 1990
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