Photo Courtesy Art Gallery of Grande Prairie
30th Anniversary Ribbons of Art Festival
Dec 6, 2013 – March 16, 2014
Local artists are showcased at the 30th annual Ribbons of Art Festival. Made possible through the Grande Prairie Guild of Artists Society, this exhibition showcases not only the artists themselves, but also the spirit of Grande Prairie and its natural surroundings.
Clay Ells: Weaners, Culls and Divvies
Jan 17, 2014 – Apr 6, 2014
An Alberta boy from birth, Clay Ells provides a rustic and authentic perspective on ranch life on the Canadian prairies. Ells’ art, which comes in the form of painting and sculpting, explores the rapid pace of change of ranching that has taken place only over a matter of a few decades.
Harold Klunder: This Length of Muddy Road
Jan 17, 2014 – Apr 20, 2014
Dutch-born but Canadian-raised Harold Klunder’s masterful painting and drawing collection is showcased in western Canada for the first time. Receiving a formal art education in Toronto, Klunder was heavily involved in the art scene in Toronto and takes inspiration from legendary Dutch artists such as Van Gogh and Rembrandt.
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