One of my favourite artists and artist talks. Bo Bartlett talks at the Dowling Walsh Gallery in 2010.
Neel de Wit-Wibaut is a painter who splits her time between Calgary and a remote location in the Alberta foothills. Devoted to her work, she has been painting faithfully for decades. Her paintings express her deep appreciation of nature and invite the viewer to join her in a reflection on light. Working primarily in oils on wood, her subjects are inspired moments of illumination—sunlight, moonlight and the colors in shadows. This retrospective is a tribute to Neel’s remarkable career and an homage to the Alberta foothills where she has lived for more than half her life.
If you are in Canmore on Thursday, May 3rd, you must take the time to attend this talk by independent curator and writer, Mary-Beth Laviolette. Mary-Beth will be doing an…
I listen to a lot of movies while I'm painting. I'm more familiar with the soundtracks than I am with the imagery. I've got my eyes on the palette and the canvas while my thoughts and my ears are on the soundscape.
Janice Tanton's 2011 TEDxCalgary Talk on The Language of The Creator. Focused on meaningful personal, family, community and organizational building through creative language of the arts, this heartfelt, personal artist's talk seeks to inspire you to consider human ways of being together.
Not sure how to take your art (business) to the next level? Disorganized? Wandering and wondering who can support and help you find the path that is right for YOU? Here's a place to start.
Shout-out to artist/author/teacher in French Impressionism, Jerry Fresia. Jerry's book, "The Practice and Philosophy of French Impressionism" plus workshop information at Fresia Studios on the shores of Lake Como, Italy.
A video installation piece by Canadian artist Janice Tanton for the exhibition, "Yours, Mine, The Other" at Elevation Gallery, Canmore AB.
This is a short preview of the film made for The Community Fusion Project. Check out the full website and online movie at the Community Fusion Website.