The September Art Walk – the last of the Art Walk season – takes place tomorrow evening from 6 to 9 p.m. at various locations throughout the Perron District. These include the Art Gallery of St. Albert, the Visual Arts Studio Association (VASA), the St. Albert Public Library, the MusĂ©e HĂ©ritage Museum, the WARES Store in St. Albert Place, the Bookstore on Perron, and A Boutique Gallery Bar By Gracie Jane, along with a special one-time-only venue at Jack’s Burger Shack.
This event also includes outdoor artists Grant and Ben Kurtz, Judy Schafers, Janet Sutanto, Marian Dubrule, Clinically Impressed, Dave Regimbald, Megan Pederson, Carolyn Chmilar, Sarah Kirby, Dallas LaRose, Kara Straub, Andra Gavrila, Rebecca Zai, Hannah LaCrampe, Sandra Soucy, Kim Van Ruskenveld, Tara Hardern, Peter Gegolick, Chris and Mark Eberle, and Kateryna Young, along with other sights and activities. Rock band Thursdays will provide music in the plaza of St. Albert Place for the evening.
Visit www.artwalkstalbert.com for more information.
Reconstructions is an exhibit featuring multimedia pottery and ceramic artworks by Redwater artist Brenda Danbrook. Opening reception to be held tomorrow from 6 to 9 p.m. in conjunction with the September Art Walk. The artist will be in attendance. On display until Saturday, Oct. 29.
Artist Robert Sinclair is also the featured artist in the Art Rental and Sales Gallery upstairs.
19 Perron St. 780-460-4310. www.artgalleryofstalbert.ca
Prolific painter Pat Trudeau brings her New Pointillism and Retrospective Journey to VASA. Opening reception will be held tomorrow from 6 to 9 p.m. in conjunction with the September Art Walk. The artist will be in attendance. On display until Friday, Sept. 16.
Peg McPherson also has a new exhibit in the Corridor Gallery. On display until Friday, Oct. 14.
25 Sir Winston Churchill Ave. 780-460-5990. www.vasa-art.com
David Scott will have work on display until the end of the month.
Satisfaction Guaranteed is the temporary exhibit focusing on advertisements at the museum. On display until Sunday, Sept. 11.
St. Albert Place (5 St. Anne St.) 780-459-1528 www.museeheritage.ca.
Matthew and Jillian Mis have a series of photographs, aptly titled A Photographic Journey, on display at the library. On display until the end of September.
St. Albert Place, 5 St. Anne St. 780-459-1530 www.sapl.ca
St. Albert Painters’ Guild members Peg McPherson, MaryLou Olson and Betty Tessier each have selected artworks of places that they have found intriguing, challenging and with a high degree of aesthetic appeal, and that have connected with them on a personal and compositional level. On display until Tuesday, Oct. 4.
Guild member Deborah Blair also has paintings featuring Realist animals and landscapes in acrylic and oils. On display until the end of the month.
7 Perron St. 780-459-2525 www.bookstoreonperron.com
Kim Cohen from the Floral Arts Society will be showing an arrangement built from common containers found at home and using elements from her own shrubs and gardens. “We want to show people what they can do themselves from their own yard and promoting our ability to instruct them in designing,” she stated.
This will be on display in the foyer of St. Albert Place while the WARES store will also be open for the Art Walk event.
Karen Blanchet is participating in the new online exhibit called Limitless, which can be found at www.artists.ca until today. Better hurry if you still want to catch it.
Teresa Graham is bringing Nature’s Bouquets to the gallery for the months of August and September. It will feature a rotating series of paintings. Scotia Place is located at 10060 Jasper Ave. in Edmonton.
Graham will also be participating in a group show along with several other members of the Society of Western Canadian Artists in a new show and in a new venue in downtown Edmonton. The exhibit also features Shirley Kinneberg, Cathy Bible, Arlene Bowles, Heidi Smith, Diana Templeton, Leanne Schnierer, Greg Milne, Sue Scott, and Ruth Harris. On display until Friday.
44 Capital Boulevard (10044 108 St. in Edmonton) www.facebook.com/events/1768007183444862
Samantha Williams-Chapelsky offers her Land and Sky exhibit to this Canmore gallery starting tomorrow. It’s a new series of landscape artworks. On display until Friday, Sept. 30. Artist will be in residence on Sept. 14 and 15.
#200, 729 Main St. in Canmore. 403-609-3324 www.whatzthebuzz.ca
Rachelle LeBlanc will present Transformations, an exhibit of two- and three-dimensional rughooking textile works, to the Alberta Craft Council. The show runs from Sept. 10 to Oct. 15. 10186 106 St. in Edmonton. 780-488-6611 www.albertacraft.ab.ca