Nature’s Garden features the works of Al Anderson, Connie Osgood, Miles Constable, Judy Schafers, Memory Roth, Victoria Armstrong, Rayma Peterson, Peg McPherson and Cheryl Moskaluk. Until this Friday.
Doris Charest’s exhibit Retro is on display in the Corridor Gallery. Until June 14.
25 Sir Winston Churchill Ave., St. Albert; 780-460-5990; www.vasa-art.com
High Energy 22: Tracing Space features the works of student artists from Bellerose Composite, Paul Kane, St. Albert Catholic, Ă©cole Secondaire Sainte Marguerite d’Youville and Outreach high schools. Until this Friday.
19 Perron St., St. Albert; 780-460-4310; www.artgalleryofstalbert.ca
The Life and Legacy of Sir Arthur Currie is a look at the extraordinary life and military career of the first Canadian commander of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Until Sunday, June 11.
The museum will also have artwork on display in conjunction with ArtWalk. Until the end of the month.
St. Albert Place (5 St. Anne St.); 780-459-1528; www.museeheritage.ca
Berni Buyse, Laurena Beirnes, Kateryna Young, and David W.Smith are representing the St. Albert Painters’ Guild for the month. Until Wednesday, May 31.
7 Perron St.; www.paintersguild.ca
Fine Arts Night is an exhibit featuring ink and watercolours, mixed media texture paintings, chalk and pastel landscapes, and animal scratchboard works by grade 7 to 12 art students from Ă©cole Secondaire Saint Marguerite D’Youville. Until Thursday, June 15.
St. Albert Place (5 St. Anne St.). 780-651-5735; www.artgalleryofstalbert.ca/learning-discovery/teachers-schools/programs/youth-gallery
Blaine Campbell’s Cyclorama is a large-format panoramic photograph series showing an immersive look at landscape transformation during suburban development. Until this Sunday.
The Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts presents Five Waves of Inspiration, a special community exhibition celebrating 125 years of Ukrainian immigration to Canada and the influence that the five distinct waves of this country’s immigration have had on the arts community in Alberta. Among the numerous featured artists is the late Lawrence Kenakin who was an art teacher at Bellerose High School. Until this Sunday.
2 Sir Winston Churchill Sq. in Edmonton. 780-422-6223; www.youraga.ca
As the Crow Flies is Teresa Graham’s new exhibit coming to the Alcove Gallery at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 1415 14 Ave. NW in Calgary. Until Monday, July 24. The exhibit will come to the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium next April. www.jubileeauditorium.com/InTheCommunity/JubeArt/Alcove
Little Kitchens is an exhibition of small artworks created by Canadian women artists. The 10th anniversary exhibit will be on display until October.
La CitĂ© Francophone, #200, 8627 91 St. in Edmonton. 780-803-2016; www.wamsoc.ca
The St. Albert Photography Club has a rotating selection of artistic photographs on display in the foyer area of Red Willow Place. New works on display until June.
7 TachĂ© St.; www.stalbertphotoclub.com
Brad Necyk’s Just a Hard Rain features a selection of digitally altered images from a dramatic TV series. Until Saturday, June 3.
10411 124 St. in Edmonton; 780-488-3619; www.scottgallery.com
St. Albert’s ArtWalk takes place on the first Thursday of every month from May to September. There are eight venues including WARES, St. Albert Public Library, MusĂ©e HĂ©ritage Museum, A Boutique Gallery Bar By Gracie Jane, Art Gallery of St. Albert (and its Rental and Sales Gallery), Bookstore On Perron, VASA Gallery, and The Collective. Future ArtWalks will take place on June 1, July 6, Aug. 3 and Sept. 7. www.artwalkstalbert.com
Karen Blanchet is participating in Alberta Branded for the Common Ground showcase on display for the full year. The gallery is on the main floor of the Federal Building at 9820 107 St. in Edmonton. She also has artwork on display in the foyer of Metro Cinema, 8712 109 St. in Edmonton. Until Monday, May 29.
Samantha Williams-Chapelsky will be participating in the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition from July 14 to 16. www.torontooutdoorart.org