Welcoming Sophie Carrier to West End Gallery!

06 April, 2021 1 min read

Welcoming Sophie Carrier to West End Gallery!

The West End Gallery is excited to announce the addition of Sophie Carrier to our repertoire of artists!

Sophie Carrier has a compelling drive to create an aesthetically pleasing world of abundance, both cheerful and somewhat naive, and far removed from the pessimism in which society is overwhelmed on all sides by present culture, media and art. The nature she constructs is based on drawing inspiration from the garden and the forest. When she is preparing, Sophie centres herself by meditation, focusing on the feeling of freedom and self-forgetfulness.

Sophie's artwork is currently available for viewing at our Edmonton gallery and online on our website! Visit Sophie's artist page to view her full collection of whimsical paintings. 

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