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What I Live by Alain Bédard
What I Live by Alain Bédard
1203 Broad Street, Victoria, BC
May 14, 2022 until May 26, 2022
Alain Bédard has always been an artist. He delights in painting the moments in life that inspire and bring him joy. Alain Bédard studied at Cégep de Ste-Foy in Quebec and Laval University. While attending Laval University he had the privilege of studying under the renowned Canadian painter Claude A. Simard, who became a great friend and mentor. Having worked as a professional painter for many years, Alain has developed a distinct style based on his travels, love of architecture and brilliant use of colour. ARTIST STATEMENT Figurative art is my vision of what surrounds me. I am only following my life's path with those I love, my family and my friends. In every painting you will discover places, these are the places that I have visited and the moments I have experienced, fixing them forever in time through my work as an artist. A terrace, a cup of coffee, the sea, the cities, the architecture and the people are all moments of life filled with colour. What I live... Alain Bédard
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Raynald Leclerc Spring Pop-Up!
Raynald Leclerc Spring Pop-Up!
10337 124 Street NW, Edmonton, AB
May 28, 2022 until June 9, 2022
We are ecstatic to announce a pop-up exhibition with internationally recognized oil painter Raynald Leclerc. Visit our gallery in Edmonton, AB or online to view this unique collection of paintings. Raynald Leclerc's artwork has been for sale at the West End Gallery since 2009.
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Fundraising Exhibition for Ukraine
Fundraising Exhibition for Ukraine
10337, 124 Street NW, Edmonton, AB
April 16, 2022 until April 28, 2022
The West End Gallery and accompanying artists have come together to create a unique exhibition supporting the people of Ukraine. With the assistance of the Ukrainian Congress of Canada, Edmonton, AB branch, our gallery and artists will be donating 100% of the monies raised to help families in need during this humanitarian crisis via the Ukrainian relief fund. The West End Gallery is not seeking to benefit from this cause and will not be seeking a tax receipt or benefit. Instead, our goal is to support the displaced people of Ukraine. We hope you will help this endeavour by selecting a painting or glass sculpture of your choosing belonging to this exhibition.
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