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The Art Gallery of Alberta respectfully acknowledges that we are located in Treaty 6 Territory and Region 4 of the Metis Nation of Alberta. We respect this as the traditional and contemporary  land of diverse Indigenous Peoples including the Plains Cree, Woodland Cree, Beaver Cree, Nitsitapi/Blackfoot, Métis, Nakota Sioux, Anishinaabe/Saulteaux/Ojibwe and Dene Peoples. We also acknowledge the many Indigenous, Inuit and Métis people who make Alberta their home today.

150+ Alberta Artists

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Tim Rechner

Tim Rechner grew up in Red Deer, Alberta. He lived there till he was twenty years old completing the first three years of his bachelor of fine arts at Red Deer College. Rechner finished his studies at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 2000. He spent time in Vancouver and Montreal before establishing a studio practice in Edmonton in 2001. He is an active resident of ArtsHab – a unique live work studio environment in downtown Edmonton.

Dean Tatam Reeves

Essential to Dean Tatam Reeves’ landscape painting is direct personal experience acquired on successive painting trips to specific sites over a period of years. Reeves’ watercolours and pastels investigate terrain unique to central and southern Alberta, including Aspen Parkland, Cooking Lake Moraine and the windswept Shortgrass Prairie stretching westward from the Cypress Hills to the Rockies. Reeves’ studio is under an open sky, wherever he plants his painting chair. Born in England, he has lived in Western Canada since 1956.

Michael Reinhart

In 2017, I began a series of lithographic monotypes entitled 'negative space', incorporating the artistic
term for the space surrounding the object & a second more literal meaning of contemporary 'social media';
a space with abundant 'negativity' comprised of commentary, opinion, rage & untruth, all seemingly arriving
at the same destination. 'Identity'.
Every aspect of speech becomes increasingly more fraught with 'meaning', or more than one, derived

Al Reynolds

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.

Adeline Rockett

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.

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The Art Gallery of Alberta respectfully acknowledges that we are located in Treaty 6 Territory and Region 4 of the Metis Nation of Alberta. We respect this as the traditional and contemporary  land of diverse Indigenous Peoples including the Plains Cree, Woodland Cree, Beaver Cree, Nitsitapi/Blackfoot, Métis, Nakota Sioux, Anishinaabe/Saulteaux/Ojibwe and Dene Peoples. We also acknowledge the many Indigenous, Inuit and Métis people who make Alberta their home today.