St. Albert Place Visual Arts Council Guild Members 

November 15–December 29, 2018  

The exciting and wide-ranging biennial exhibition, Guilded, showcases works created by members of the St. Albert Place Visual Arts Council (SAPVAC). The exhibit boasts vibrant works from each of the five guilds; St. Albert Potters Guild, Painter’s Guild, Floral Art Society, Quilters’ Guild and Paper Arts Guild 

In 2018 the artists take an intimate look at what’s around them, taking their inspiration from people, places, and locations of personal significance to them. These works focus on the beauty in every day life, both home and away. We can expect to see classic themes such as the splendour of the Sturgeon River and other natural areas, focal St. Albert landmarks and scenes that we know and love, as well as works that express the natural and urban landscapes these artists have recently explored.  

Each artist will share their unique perspective on what’s “around the block”, giving us a glimpse of their neighbourhood, insights from their community, or scenes from their travels.

Reception: Saturday, November 24, 2:30–5 pm 
Free Exhibition Tours: Thursday, November 22, 2018 at 12:05 pm and Thursday December 20, 2018 at 12:05 pm

 

Val Boyko, Mother’s Hands, 2018. Oil on canvas, 12×24”

 

Rena Whistance-Smith, Seasons & Celebrations Around the Block, 2018. Bookbinding with handmade paper, box, and mixed media. 19.5×19.5×6.5”

 

Margaret Belec, Grain Elevator #2, 2018. Raku pottery, 2x4x5”

 

 

Registration is now open!

Offering art classes throughout the year, AGSA provides opportunities for children, youth, and adults to get creative in professional art studios. With many returning favourites and a few exciting new programs – don’t forget to secure your spot early.

Register online, by phone 780-460-4310, or in person at 6D Perron Street


Reconciling Edmonton

February 9–March 30, 2019

Capture a piece of St. Albert’s past with encaustic image transfer. Using this magical technique, you will transfer a copy of a local archival photo onto a sheet coated in beeswax. The selected images come from the St. Albert Archives, and they depict St. Albert’s Indigenous, Metis and settler peoples, past and present, reminding us that we are all treaty people.

Archival images generously provided by the Musée Heritage Museum. 

Cost: FREE (donations welcome)
Time: Gallery Hours



2019 Catalogue

Download a copy of our 2019 catalogue and discover what’s to come at Musée Héritage Museum and Art Gallery of St. Albert!


Rental and Sales Gallery

Artwork enriches how people experience the world. Add inspiration to your home, office or business with Art Gallery of St. Albert’s Rental & Sales program! Visit the Rental and Sales Gallery section of our website or call 780-460-4310 for more information.