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France Alty-Arscott

Frances Alty-Arscott is a well-known Alberta artist and art educator who resides in Edmonton. Frances received her BFA from the University of Alberta in 1980. Her vibrant work is in public and private collections throughout Canada and the United States. In addition to her painting, Frances lectures and teaches both adults and children in creative approaches to watercolour. Registered with the Alberta Foundation for the Arts "Artist and Residency Program", Frances specializes in elementary art education. 

Adeline Rockett was born in Saskatchewan.  She received her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of education at the University of Saskatchewan and received her Masters of Fine Art at the University of Alberta.  She has also spent time teaching at both Universities.  Rockett has had 41 solo exhibitions, a number of group exhibitions, and continued her education with Gallery Studies in London, Paris, Madrid and Barcelona.  She has won many awards and her work is included in several collections throughout Canada.

Leslie Alan Reynolds was born Edmonton in 1947.  He is a dedicated artist and a strong influence in Edmonton’s art community.  Alan began working with welded steel in the 1980s. Beginning with abstractions that echoed functional pottery and reflected traditional sculptural modeling, Alan’s more recent work explores human form and movement.

Alexis-Marie Chute

Alexis Marie Chute has received over 30 awards for her work since 2008, including being named an Emerging Canadian Photographer by Photo Life magazine in 2012, and as a Top 40 Under 40 Edmontonian by Avenue magazine in 2013. She was the 2012/2013 Artist in Residence at Harcourt House and her work is represented by the AR&S Gallery at the AGA and Method Art in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is currently working on her MFA from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and slated to graduate in 2015. Chute is also an arts educator and advocate and curator of InFocus, an annual group photography exhibition.

Allen Ball

Allen Ball was born in London, U.K. and received a First Class B. A. (Honours) Degree in Fine Art—Painting, with a Commendation in Printmaking, from Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts and an MVA in Painting, from the University of Alberta (supported by a Commonwealth Scholarship). He is an Associate Professor in Painting in the Department of Art and Design and is currently the Associate Dean, Teaching and Learning, Student Programs, Faculty of Arts, at the University of Alberta.

Amy Loewan

Amy Loewan RCA, who is of Chinese origin, was born in Hong Kong. She immigrated to Canada and has been based in Edmonton since 1978. She received her MFA in painting from the University of Alberta in 1995. Loewan is celebrated for her dedication to creating artwork that promotes peace and human understanding. Since 2001, her large scale multimedia installations have included A Peace Project and Illuminating Peace, both of which aimed to dissolve cultural boundaries and were exhibited across Canada and internationally. Her most recent large scale installation Arche-TEXTures was exhibited at the University of Alberta Museums Galleries at Enterprise Square. Loewan has received numerous awards and honours including: the City of Edmonton Salute to Excellence Arts and Culture Hall of Fame (2012), and she was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts (2015). A Peace Project was certified as a Cultural Property of Canada in 2010. Loewan’s projects have received funding support from federal, provincial and municipal governments: the Canada Council for the Arts, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Alberta Foundation for the Arts and Edmonton Arts Council. Loewan is a passionate art educator. She works with community groups and teaches studio courses in visual art at University of Alberta’s Faculty of Extension.

Arlene Wasylynchuk

Arlene Wasylynchuk was born in Two Hills, Alberta in 1947. She studied at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and earned her BFA with distinction from the University of Alberta in 1991. Arlene’s work has been exhibited in Edmonton, St. Albert, Calgary, Jasper, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Grande Prairie, Kelowna, Toronto, Germany, Spain, Argentina and Singapore. She was the recipient of the inaugural Eldon & Anne Foote Edmonton Visual Arts Prize for her installation, Saltus Illuminati, in 2012. Her work is held in a variety of public collections, including the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the University of Alberta Hospital, the Alberta Medical Association, Edmonton Police Services, the Alberta School Boards Association, the Alberta Teacher’s Association, the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation, and collections in Spain, Singapore, Taiwan, China, Switzerland and Peru. Her pieces are held in private collections all over the world. Arlene passed away in September of 2012.