Rod’s sensitivity for capturing the vast Canadian landscape is unparalleled. His work, whether bold landscapes or whimsical images of children at play, is collected worldwide and he is more committed than ever to painting images that have a strong Canadian cultural influence.
Vancouver Island artist Steven Armstrong has just delivered a collection of 11 new paintings fresh from the studio! His first series of new paintings for 2020 includes a variety of sizes and landscapes from around Vancouver Island including: Hornby Island, Maple Bay, Strathcona Park, Port Renfrew and the West Coast.
Alain Bédard has completed a fantastic new collection for our art gallery in Edmonton! With every purchase, we include a complimentary publication of his works titled, "Alain Bédard, Colours of Life." There you will learn more about Alain and his variety of subjects!
Calgary based artist, Glen Semple delivered three new masterpieces to Edmonton today! We were pleasantly surprised when we heard a knock on the door, and Glen had three stunning paintings ready to bring into our art gallery in Edmonton!
Three etchings by David Blackwood are now available for purchase through the West End Gallery. This collection was recently released from our gallery archive and range in date from 1979 to 1990. We have even found an article from the Edmonton Journal featuring the work of David Blackwood at the West End Gallery in 1979!
Steve R. Coffey and his daughter Grace delivered a new collection of oil paintings to the West End Gallery in Edmonton last week. We are happy to announce that Steve is now a member of our gallery in Edmonton and Victoria!
The West End Gallery in Victoria, British Columbia, is proud to announce the representation of internationally recognized sculptor, Cathryn Jenkins! Cathryn delivered a diverse collection of cast bronze and serpentine stone sculptures to our gallery in Victoria.
Greta Guzek is celebrating 20 years and her 11th solo exhibition, which runs June 6 - 18, 2020, at West End Gallery in Victoria! Greta’s joyous and whimsical West Coast paintings are familiar both in their stunning beauty and their intimate charm. Utilizing the intricate design and vivid colours, her artwork capture the idyllic qualities that are intrinsic to the serenity of coastal life and nature.
“Viewers in front of my paintings most often remark that the first thing to strike them is the emotional impact of the painting … the second response is to the light in the painting, and, of course my paintings are all about emotion and light. If the viewer has felt the emotion I felt when I painted the piece, then we have clicked.”-Bill Webb
Blu Smith's artwork has always been an experience to behold. Broad, passionate brush strokes, intense reds and blues complimented by hues of soft greens and purple take you on an introspective journey into a landscape or abstract expression of Blu's creation.