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Yuriko Kitamura

After painting in watercolour for a few years Yuriko Kitamura started experimenting with rice paper and developed her mixed media technique. Yuriko’s artist statement tells more about her process and includes other images of her work. Yuriko’s CV includes an impressive list of galleries and collections where her work can be found on display or for purchase..

Doris Charest

Mixed media is Doris’ favorite favorite form of painting . She loves exploring with textures, shapes, and a more contemporary look. Nature and the world around her inspires Doris. Her love of texture won her the Allessandra Bisselli Award and a First Place in a Still Life show with the Federation of Canadian Artists in …

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Wei Wong

“Victoria’s Secret” Limited edition photographic reproduction -Giclée on Canvas.   Wei Wong was born in Borneo, Malaysia in 1968. His artistic interest was apparent from an early age, and he loved to pass his time drawing, sketching and painting. In 1986, Wei and his family moved to Canada to experience life in a different world. …

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Lorne Pendleton

Motif Series Mood interests me. Places and people have characteristics that change from one season to the next, and sometimes from one minute to the next. The rising or setting sun offers seconds of magic when you are at the right place at the right time. On the other hand driving into a low-glaring sun can …

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Sara Norquay: Lost Geography

Sara Norquay has been a printmaker for almost twenty years, making monotypes, photopolymer etchings, woodcuts, linocuts and recently copper etchings. She also makes artists books and works with felt. After living, working and exhibiting for nearly 20 years in California, she moved back to Canada in 2009 and now exhibits her work in Edmonton, Calgary, …

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Marc Siegner – Artist of the Month

Food is one of the cornerstones of cultural identity, and for me my love of food has provided me with intimate opportunities to engage and learn about other cultures. The resulting relationships provide a rich personal context in which to visually explore aspects of cultural adaptation. In my most recent project, “FeiJiaCun” I was able …

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Evelyn Berg

My main focus in photography seems to be the abstract, obscure aspect of the object. I am looking for hidden images or try to capture the essence of my visual target. The beauty of the resulting photograph is important, not verisimilitude. I like getting close, exploring unusual perspectives, being particularly interested in light and shadow …

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Veronica Funk

Wanderer by Veronica Funk

A summer spent traveling through big sky country in Montana, USA, seeing clusters of beautiful tipis inspired these images, each like a sanctuary in its simplicity, symbolic of a cathedral as a sacred space and place. As my family spent the summer driving through reserve land, I was taken with the vibrant patterns on the tipis and canoes scattered throughout …

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Catherine McMillan

The Wanderer by Catherine McMIllan



Westwood is pleased to welcome back local artist Catherine McMillan whose studio, The Quirky Art Café Art Studio, is located just around the corner.

6535-111 Street

Edmonton, AB

T6H 4R5

780 619-5979


Artist Statement

Whether I am painting a real person or one of the absurd, whimsical individuals from my imagination, I focus on expressing the subject’s desires, their psychological layers and the emotional environment that they knowingly or unknowingly create.

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