Going Solo for Canada: Canadianisms on exhibit in Sherwood Park, Alberta

On Friday, January 6th my solo art show five years in the making met the eyes of Canadian art lovers in Sherwood Park Alberta, just outside of Edmonton. CANADIANISMS: A Half Decade Inspired by Canada is a collection of 37 of the most memorable and unique pieces from the past five years of my journey across the Canadian landscape, and into our national subconscious. Here are some photos from the opening night. The show runs until February 26, 2017 at Strathcona County Art Gallery @501 - curated by Brenda Barry Byrne and presented by Strathcona County and Festival Place Cultural Arts Foundation.

CANADIANISMS: A Half Decade Inspired by Canada - front window Strathcona County Art Gallery @501 - showing hand painted art crates by Brandy Saturley

Strathcona County Art Gallery @501 - exhibition view

Strathcona County Art Gallery @501 curator Brenda Barry Byrne and artist Brandy Saturley

Sherwood Park Alberta Mayor Roxanne Carr and Canadian artist Brandy Saturley

Festival Place Cultural Arts Foundation members and artist Brandy Saturley

Talking art with the ladies 

Artist Talk by Brandy Saturley - Strathcona County Art Gallery @501

Artist Talk by Brandy Saturley - Strathcona County Art Gallery @501

Talking art at Gallery @501 art opening

Strathcona County Art Gallery @501 - exhibition view, opening night "Canadianisms" by Brandy Saturley

Strathcona County Art Gallery @501 - exhibition view, opening night "Canadianisms" by Brandy Saturley

Strathcona County Art Gallery @501 - exhibition view, opening night "Canadianisms" by Brandy Saturley

Strathcona County Art Gallery @501 - exhibition view, opening night "Canadianisms" by Brandy Saturley

Strathcona County Art Gallery @501 - exhibition view, opening night "Canadianisms" by Brandy Saturley