New exhibition of works by Steve Coffey on display through the Fall of 2018!
Next Gallery Open Times:
Thursday, June 28 - 5 to 8 pm
Saturday, June 30 - 1 to 4 pm
If you’re interested in viewing the work outside of these times, please consider coming to a show or book an appointment.
Wide Skies & Fallen Star Cars Exhibition
" My work is elemental, with a focus on nature and the forces with which humanity has to contend. I search for a distinctive atmosphere from the immensity and grandeur of the plains to the human mark etched upon it. With both a plaintive and expressive palette of light and movement I draw both from my past, a process I call "Memory Polaroids", and from the present day of all that surrounds me. My medium is oil on canvas...and a guitar”.
Steve Coffey has been an integral part of the Canadian art and music scene for many years. He has curated traveling exhibitions, created large-scale public sculptures, taught college, and conducted many workshops and art residencies. After finishing his formal training in 1990 (University of Regina, Master of Fine Arts.) Steve practiced formalist metal sculpture in but eventually gave in to his love of drawing and representation and was seduced by the immediacy and challenges of oil paint. He began exploring the medium full time in 1995. Steve has exhibited extensively and his paintings can be found in numerous private and public collections Worldwide and he is represented across Canada by many well known Art Galleries.
Steve’s music has received critical acclaim over the course of ten albums to date and he and his band have performed regularly and been heard on many radio airwaves over many years, from commercial to college to frequencies in between. Steve notes such figures as Tom Thompson, Emily Carr, Alex Colville, A.Y Jackson, Bill Duma, Mike Scott, Don Van Vliet, Gordon Lightfoot and Joni Mitchell for helping define his world of art & music. Steve and his family live in the small Southern Alberta town of Vulcan.
Contact Steve by email at [email protected].
Born in 1983, Danny is a Lethbridge born photographer with an innate fascination of the natural world. Driven by his love of astronomy, Danny often seeks inspiration beneath the night sky. Danny’s artistic expression is deep-rooted in the aesthetics of surrealism; captivated by what dwells in the darkness rather than in the light, his experimental approach helps him expose surreal qualities in the real world. Using only available light for the bulk of his work, Danny enjoys the challenge of transforming ordinary landscapes into dramatic displays of nature’s brilliance.
Growing up, Leanna often wished she had a talent for painting - but what she saw in her head never seemed to translate onto paper. She longed to be able to capture the ethereal light of an impressionist painting or the emotive impact of an abstract.
Photography has provided a vehicle for her to express her lifelong love of art and to interpret the world around her in the way that she always wished to. Each image is a possibility and a revelation. Each has its own voice. She hopes they speak to you.