Alain Bédard - New Collection in Edmonton!

03 July, 2020 1 min read

Alain Bédard - New Collection in Edmonton!

Alain Bédard has completed a fantastic new collection for our art gallery in Edmonton!  

Figurative art has always been his way of life and communication. He enjoys observing the spirit in people, the movement, the colours, and the scents. Inspired by his trips to Europe and the local architecture, his canvases are filled with colour, movement and light.


This latest series includes larger-scale canvases of 36"x42", but he has also included a beautiful 18"x36" painting that can find its way to shorter sized walls!

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!


View Alain's Collection

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