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150+ Alberta Artists

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Ernestine Tahadl

Ernestine Tahedl was born and educated in Austria and received a Master's Degree in graphic art from the Vienna Academy of Applied Arts.  Following graduation in 1961, she collaborated with her father, Professor Heinrich Tahedl, in the design and execution of stained glass commissions until she immigrated to Canada in 1963.  Her studio is currently located in King City, Ontario. 

Klyment Tan

Klyment Tan is an artist, photographer and motion picture camera operator who also works as an imaging consultant, specializing in technically challenging projects. He graduated from the University of Alberta, and is based in Edmonton, although his highly regarded commercial work takes him around the world. His creative practice combines his interests in aesthetics, technologies and processes. Some of his recent projects include Cloud Buildings – Urban Landscape, light-boxes that explore the symbiotic coexistence of natural and man-made environments, and Quasiparticle Interferometer, a set of images riffing on quantum experimentation, with two-dimensional "particles" interacting with their framing materials. 

Monica Tap

In her work, Monica Tap uses landscape to consider questions of time and history, technology and memory. Her paintings are arrangements assembled from various fragments: outtakes from painting’s history, elements from her own snapshots, colour notes, memory. Each painting is both an invention and a response to place that she knows and has recorded. She is interested in how location or landscape can trigger memory; akin to how painting readily conjures its own past. This history reveals how aesthetics, among other factors, have operated to tame nature into landscape, and the artifice and assumptions underlying this error.

 

Tap’s work has been exhibited at The Painting Center (NYC), the Canadian Embassy (Washington, D.C.), Boston Cyberarts Gallery, Dispari & Dispari Projects (Italy) , Oakville Galleries (ON),), Dalhousie Art Gallery (Halifax), London Regional Art and Historical Museum (London, ON), and  Margaret Thatcher Projects (NYC). Her works are included in many private and public collections including Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (NYC, Berlin), Canada House, (London, UK), Bank of Montréal, TELUS, Royal Bank of Canada, Four Seasons Hotel & Resorts, ESSO Imperial Oil Canada , CIBC Mellon, University of Toronto, and the Würth Collection (Germany). She studied at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and is based in Toronto.

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Jill Thomson

Jill Thomson's artwork evokes her personal history of a small town/prairie childhood, an urban Montreal young adulthood and a settled life as artist and mother of three in Edmonton. Her rich colourful palette and complex compositions celebrate a creative life in cities with generous front porches, cafes, bookstores, bicycle paths, gardens and ravines. She received her BFA from Concordia University in Montreal. She is represented by Gibson Fine Art in Calgary and AGA Art Rental and Sales in Edmonton. Thomson’s neighbourhood painting for Premier Rachel Notley depicts the Legislature from a Strathcona neighbourhood perspective, and hangs in the Premier’s Office in the Alberta Legislature. Nine of her paintings are featured in a permanent alleyway mural for the Alberta Ave Alley Project, as part of the revitalization of Alberta Avenue. She has work in Edmonton City Hall, The Alberta Foundation for the Arts and in international public and private collections.

George Tosczak

George Tosczak was born in 1934 in Gravelburg, Saskatchewan where he grew up on his family’s farm through the ‘dust bowl’ years.  Tosczak eventually joined the force.  In his time there, he served seven years with NATO during which he began painting.  He had also served for over a year with the first United Nations Emergency Force in the Middle East.  He was transferred to C.F.B Edmonton I 1975.  Three years later, Tosczak left the air force to serve with the Alberta Justice Department until he retired.George Tosczak is a self taught artist who has concentrated on abstact and landscape works.  He has since returned to his roots, focusing on heritage or folk art.  

Richard Tosczak

Richard Tosczak is a Belgian-born, Edmonton-based figurative sculptor. He studied philosophy and modernist sculpture, working in steel, at the University of Alberta where a number of the professors had a strong affiliation with Anthony Caro and Clement Greenberg. Richard pursued further artistic training in the Loire Valley with Martine Vaugel, first director of figurative sculpture at the New York Academy of Art. Richard’s creative work is rooted in the expressiveness of the human form.

James Trevelyan

James Trevelyan was born in Calgary and resides in Edmonton. He completed his MFA specializing in painting and drawing at the University of Calgary. He has taught art history, drawing, design and painting, and currently serves as Chair of the Visual Art Department in the School of Creative Arts at Red Deer College. His painting career has taken him to Japan, Great Britain and the US. His work is represented in collections in these countries as well as across Canada in major public, corporate and private collections. He explores geography, weather, flora, and fauna in an expressive semi-abstract style. 

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Tuesday: 11 am-5 pm
Wednesday: 11 am-5 pm
Thursday: 11 am-8 pm
Friday: 11 am-5 pm
Saturday: 11 am-5 pm
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