Visual Arts

A detail from Canyon Light, an oil painting by Joan Clement, in the Scale exhibit by members of the Red Deer Art Club. It’s showing at the Viewpoint Gallery in the city’s Culture Services Centre. (Contributed image).

Outdoor art gallery and scavenger hunt is on in Red Deer next month

But First Friday receptions and patio concerts are postponed

 

Marlene Kallstrom-Barritt’s paintings of landscapes, including this farm field, can be seen until Nov. 15 at the Viewpoint Gallery in Red Deer’s Culture Services Centre. (Contributed image).

Make room for gratitude, suggests Red Deer artist through her new exhibit

Joyous landscapes inspire Marlene Kallstrom-Barritt

 

Ascending CX #6, a watercolour and ink artwork by Marlene Kallstrom-Barritt, is showing at the Viewpoint Gallery in the Red Deer Culture Services Centre. An opening reception will be held Friday. (Contributed image).

Red Deer’s First Friday art exhibit openings are relaunched this week

Some galleries reopen after seven-month pandemic hiatus

 

Jeff Powers is showing his digital and watercolour works in the Feather and Claw exhibit at the A+ Art Gallery, 203, 4919-49th Street in Red Deer. (Contributed image).

Eclectic artistic visions shown during First Friday in March

Exhibits range from birds and dinosaurs, to poetic medical journeys

Jeff Powers is showing his digital and watercolour works in the Feather and Claw exhibit at the A+ Art Gallery, 203, 4919-49th Street in Red Deer. (Contributed image).
Red Deer’s Country Pride Dancers are featured entertainers as Red Deer art galleries swing open their doors for First Friday receptions on Feb. 7. (Contributed photo).

Dancers join visual artists at Red Deer’s First Friday gallery openings

First Friday in February to include Country Pride Dancers

Red Deer’s Country Pride Dancers are featured entertainers as Red Deer art galleries swing open their doors for First Friday receptions on Feb. 7. (Contributed photo).
Shadow Man (Bahamas), a mixed media work by Paul Boultbee showing at the Kiwanis Gallery at the Red Deer Public Library. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

The Shadow Man exhibit records Red Deer artist’s presence in the world

It’s showing until Feb. 17 at the Kiwanis Gallery

Shadow Man (Bahamas), a mixed media work by Paul Boultbee showing at the Kiwanis Gallery at the Red Deer Public Library. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff                                Carol Lynn Gilchrist’s ‘Chasing the Light’ art exhibit is showing at the Corridor Gallery, downstairs at the Red Deer Recreation Centre.

Red Deer artist finds lightness after a dark period of grief

Carol Lynn Gilchrist’s latest exhibit is a personal response to her brother’s death

Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff                                Carol Lynn Gilchrist’s ‘Chasing the Light’ art exhibit is showing at the Corridor Gallery, downstairs at the Red Deer Recreation Centre.
Shadow Man, an exhibit by Paul Boultbee, is showing at the Kiwanis Gallery operated by the Red Deer Arts Council, downstairs at the Red Deer Public Library. (Contributed image).

Art based on darkness and light can be seen at Jan. 3 Red Deer gallery openings

Diverse works are displayed on First Friday in January

Shadow Man, an exhibit by Paul Boultbee, is showing at the Kiwanis Gallery operated by the Red Deer Arts Council, downstairs at the Red Deer Public Library. (Contributed image).
A giant jungle cat is featured in a room carved by Red Deer’s Brian McArthur and Dawn Detarando out of snow and ice for Sweden’s Icehotel. (Contributed photo).

Red Deer snow sculptors create the tropics in Sweden’s Icehotel

Brian McArthur and Dawn Detarando create a lush and laborious jungle room

A giant jungle cat is featured in a room carved by Red Deer’s Brian McArthur and Dawn Detarando out of snow and ice for Sweden’s Icehotel. (Contributed photo).
This watercolour by Susan Barker can be seen at the Kiwanis Gallery in the downtown public library in Out of the Kitchen, a joint show with ceramicist Issy Covey. (Contributed image).

Holiday visions can be viewed at Red Deer’s First Friday gallery receptions

Some seasonal (and not so seasonal) art is presented

This watercolour by Susan Barker can be seen at the Kiwanis Gallery in the downtown public library in Out of the Kitchen, a joint show with ceramicist Issy Covey. (Contributed image).
Issy Covey created some ceramic kitchen spoons, as well as utensil holders, in the Out of the Kitchen exhibit at the Kiwanis Gallery. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Red Deer artists celebrate the beauty of food creation — and consumption

Issy Covey and Susan Barker’s joint exhibit, Out of the Kitchen, runs to Dec. 22

Issy Covey created some ceramic kitchen spoons, as well as utensil holders, in the Out of the Kitchen exhibit at the Kiwanis Gallery. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
A detail from Crystal, Sacred Circle Belly Dancer, a cyanotype print by Robin Byrnes, showing at the Kiwanis Gallery at Red Deer’s downtown public library. There’s an opening reception for the show on Friday evening. (Contributed image).

Artistic photos, paintings can be viewed during Red Deer’s First Friday gallery openings

November receptions will be held for a painting, ceramics and cyanotypes shows

A detail from Crystal, Sacred Circle Belly Dancer, a cyanotype print by Robin Byrnes, showing at the Kiwanis Gallery at Red Deer’s downtown public library. There’s an opening reception for the show on Friday evening. (Contributed image).
David More: A Painter’s Gift exhibit at the Red Deer Museum shows about a quarter of the central Alberta artist’s donated works. Joanne Gruenberg, a museum curator who helped facilitate this gift, admires a large painting of More’s wife’s garden at Benalto.
David More: A Painter’s Gift exhibit at the Red Deer Museum shows about a quarter of the central Alberta artist’s donated works. Joanne Gruenberg, a museum curator who helped facilitate this gift, admires a large painting of More’s wife’s garden at Benalto.
Bron is an exhibit of nature-inspired abstract paintings by Chance Ogilvie. It’s showing at the Marjorie Wood Gallery at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre in Red Deer until Oct. 30. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Red Deer Advocate).

PHOTOS: Nature-inspired abstract art is showing at a Red Deer gallery

Chance Ogilvie’s exhibit Bron can be seen at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre

Bron is an exhibit of nature-inspired abstract paintings by Chance Ogilvie. It’s showing at the Marjorie Wood Gallery at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre in Red Deer until Oct. 30. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Red Deer Advocate).
Arto Djerdjerian’s photo of palomino horses is among his works in the Unbridled joint artist show, opening Friday at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies. (Contributed photo).

Red Deer photographer’s equine experiences at Ya Ha Tinda Ranch are part of Unbridled show

Arto Djerdjerian will attend Friday’s opening at Banff’s Whyte museum

Arto Djerdjerian’s photo of palomino horses is among his works in the Unbridled joint artist show, opening Friday at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies. (Contributed photo).
Red Deer artist Natalie Schmidt with some acrylic paintings from her show Cat-a-tude at the Viewpoint Gallery in the ew Culture Service Centre downtown. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Red Deer artist overcomes challenges to create striking cat portraits

Natalie Schmidt’s exhibit Cat-a-tude is at the Viewpoint Gallery this month

Red Deer artist Natalie Schmidt with some acrylic paintings from her show Cat-a-tude at the Viewpoint Gallery in the ew Culture Service Centre downtown. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
Joyce Kibermanis, a 50-year member of the Red Deer Pottery Club, with some of her works. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Never a dull moment at the Red Deer Pottery Club, says a 50-year member

Joyce Kibermanis, 86, has never stopped learning

Joyce Kibermanis, a 50-year member of the Red Deer Pottery Club, with some of her works. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
The A+ Art Gallery & Unique Collections is showing 30 Dreams of Summer by various artists. (Contributed photo).

New downtown Red Deer gallery, diverse exhibits opening for First Friday in July

Art shows run gamut from gender equality statements to summertime dreams

The A+ Art Gallery & Unique Collections is showing 30 Dreams of Summer by various artists. (Contributed photo).