Local exhibits – March 11

Variations, the year end exhibition by the Red Deer College Visual Art students is on display at the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery from March 16 to April 10.

Bragg Creek artist Karen Ho Fatt stands with her piece End of the Line: Red Deer Elevator Road. The bench art sculpture was officially unveiled as the newest public art piece on Friday. The sculpture

Bragg Creek artist Karen Ho Fatt stands with her piece End of the Line: Red Deer Elevator Road. The bench art sculpture was officially unveiled as the newest public art piece on Friday. The sculpture

Variations, the year end exhibition by the Red Deer College Visual Art students is on display at the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery from March 16 to April 10. This exhibit includes wide variety of juried selections and the second year’s group project. For more information call 403-309-8405 or visit reddeermuseum.com

Gifts of Wendy Martindale are on display at the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery. Wendy lost her life to cancer, July 7, 2010, leaving a 20 piece collection of local artists’ work to the gallery. Works by Dennis Moffat, Pat Matheson, Kate More and others. For more information call 403-309-8405 or visit www.reddeermuseum.com

In The Comfort of Trees, photographic works by Sky Stevens go on display at the Velvet Olive for the month of March.

From East to West, an exhibition of paintings by Annie Rondeau can be viewed at The Hub on Ross Art Gallery until March 30.

The Flower’s Beauty: Works by Kathleen Polson will be presented at the Kiwanis Gallery of the Red Deer Public Library from March 1 to May 1. Call the Red Deer Arts Council at 403-348-2787 for more information.

Realistic Beginning, paintings by Drumheller artist Leila Bjerland will be on display at the Harris-Warke gallery until March 25. For more information call Paul at 403-346-8937.

Northern Neighbours: Inuit Art and Culture is an exhibition of art and artifacts taken from the collection of the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery. Enjoy sculpture, prints, photographs, tools, clothing and more until May 22 at the Red Deer Museum. Phone 403-309-8405.

The Narrative Quest exhibition features artworks by Aboriginal artists from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. The exhibit showcases a variety of traditional and contemporary styles in a diversity of visual media and tell stories which have been shared by elders. See the works Jan. 29 to April 3 at Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery. Phone 403-309-8405.

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