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Alberta Craft + 15 Window, Calgary

Alberta Craft + 15 Window exhibitions display exciting new work for two month periods by Alberta Craft Council members, partner organizations and cross-promote arts events in Calgary. The window is located in the busy + 15 pedway system with a diverse range of Calgarians walking through daily.

Current Alberta Craft + 15 Exhibition:

 

Good Day
JoAnna Lange


Exhibition Dates: July 28 - September 30, 2017
Location: Arts Commons, + 15 Walkway, 205 8 Avenue SE, Calgary

Rush, rush, rush - here, there and everywhere! Take a moment, look up and engage the world around you, smile.  

These light-hearted wall pieces and serving trays are reminders to take a breath, have a chuckle and enjoy your busy day.

JoAnna Lange (Edmonton) is a ceramic artist and instructor who is tired of people walking into her on the street because they are looking at their phones.

 

Upcoming 2017 Alberta Craft + 15 Window Exhibitions:

October 5 - November 30: Larissa Blokhuis


 

Alberta Craft @ the YEG

The Alberta Craft Council has two mini exhibitions in the Rotational Art Program at the Edmonton International Airport.  The EIA is home to six rotational displays and five partner displays that are integrated as part of the building. Currently the Rotational Art Program features Andrew Glazebrook and Stefanie Staples.

Vessels by Andrew Glazebrook

Andrew Glazebrook's (Red Deer County, AB) diversity and proficiency is evident in the array of objects he turns. Inspired by craftsmanship of any kind, Andrew draws satisfaction from being a maker of objects which others can touch, feel and cherish. Andrew is recognized for both his craftsmanship and his willingness to share his knowledge with others. Andrew has taught in over 45 schools, colleges, and universities and currently offers offers various classes at his well equipped studio in Red Deer County.



Paper mache and mixed media sculptures by Stefanie StaplesMerging inspiration from the animal kingdom and the natural world, Cochrane artist Stefanie Staples creates hybrid soft sculptures and Papier Mâché forms that explore the space between real and imagined worlds. The surface areas of these objects are highly embellished with repetitive textures and patterns that loosely mimic those found in nature. Recycled and repurposed materials play an integral role in both her studio and home life, minimizing waste and breathing new life into something old and worn.