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Canadian Artists, Watercolors, Oil Paintings, Acrylic Paintings, Sculpture

These Canadian artists paint a wide variety of artwork ranging from native art to cowboy art, cartoons, caricatures, art murals, horse portraits to human portraits, Canadian scenery, Nature art, wildlife art, Landscapes and seascapes, the realistic and the imaginary. You might just find that perfect piece of artwork you have been looking for whether it be an original painting, a limited edition giclee or a bronze sculpture! Canada has many talented artists, I hope you enjoy the many we have listed here in our art gallery. Stay tuned as Art In Canada will be creating more artists websites in the near future focusing on artists in each province. The artists listed in this art gallery do exceptional work in watercolors, oil paintings, acrylic paintings, pastel art, pencil art, charcoal, bronze sculpture, pottery, and much more! Several artists offer art workshops and art lessons!

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Gail Adams
Richard Alm
Diane M. Anderson
Heather Anderson
James Andison
Anima
Jennifer Annesley
Jane Appleby
Roger Arndt
The Charlie Russell Artist
Artisan Scientific Works
Rocky Barstad
George E.Bates
Lucy J. Bates
Marian Bax-Slayter
Maurade Baynton
Dave Beckett
Rick Berg
Judy Blake
Sandy Boblin
Maxine Boss
Karoll Dalyce Brinton
Bernie Brown
Richard Brown
Kent Burles
Brian Burness
Gwen Burroughs
John H Burrow
Sarah Carter
Phil Chadwick
Alicia Charlton
Irene Clarke
Ed Cleave
John Cloutier
Ken Cochrane
Gina McDougall-Cohoe
Marnie Collins
Catherine Compton
Paul Constable
Maria Del Carmen Covelo
Rosemary Lucy Cosentino
Ellen Cowie
Ben Crane
Ann Creer
Heather Crocker
Alan Mark Cross
Jim Cupido
Ken Curley
Guy Dahl
Judy Dahl
Delores Davie
Gilles Delage
Natalie Rostad Desjarlais
Dee Doige
Gary Doll
Eileen Dotzler
Ken Douglas
Sylvia Dumais
Bobbi Dunlop
Ed Eaton
Jonn Einerssen
Margery McBride Elliott
Kay Enns
Duane Erickson
Sonia Farquharson
Lori Fitzgerald
Elaine Fleming
Maureen Flinn
Alex Fong
Sandra Forzani
Nona Foster
Annie Froese
Sylvio Gagnon
Anne Gallant
Loretta Gardiner-Monckton
J Gaudet
Galts Goldsmith
Curtis Golomb
Michelle Grant
Natalie Green
Denis Grosjean
Wendy Grove
Jack Grundle
Jim Gummerson
Patricia Guzm'n
Adeline Halvorson
Lynn Hauer
Brent Heighton
Dean Herbert
Angie Hill
Valerie Hinz
Margaret Holland
Neil Hulley
Vivian Hulley
Kevin Jenne
Jesper S. Jensen
Maryanne Jespersen
Kevin Joyce
Clarence Kapay
Cindy Sorley-Keichinger
Ed Kemp
Pat Kimery
Shirley Kinneberg
Andrew Kiss
Lisa Maxine Kjernisted
Anne Klar
Denyse Klette
Gayle Kohut
Lisa Kozokowsky
Norm Krogstad
Marc LaCaille
Gena LaCoste
Patrick Landes
Shannon Lawlor
Brent Laycock
Doug Levitt
George Likakis
Elisabeth Litto
Bert Liverance
Jack Lockhart
Diana Lockie
Thomas Love
Frances Ann Low
Debbie Lund
Rhonda Lund
Sherren MacLeod
Bernard Major
Sandy Makokis
Don Martin
Barbara Maye
Denis Mayer Jr.
Earl McBeath
Teresa McCallum
Gary McGladdery
Carol Nelson Meleshko
Gil Menzies
Lorne Mertick
Jackie Miller
Courtney Milne
Gordon Milne
Val Moker
Joanne Victoria Moore
Yvette Moore
Glen Munholland
Elaine Munro
Donna Murray
Roberta Murray
Audrey Nanimahoo
Hubert Nanzer
Janet Nash
Roy Nauffts
Marie Neys
Joan Nicol
Catherine O'Byrne
Louise Olinger
Nancy Osadchuk
John Pagé
Wendy Palmer
Reg Parsons
Jackie Parkinson
Ron Pearce
Kim Penner
Bruce H. Perry
Jim Pescott
Tom Phalen
Bill Philpott
Dee Poisson
Norene Procter
Gene Prokop
Marilyn Prophet
Joyce A. Quillian
Dan Reid
Cindy Revell
Jim Robb
Jane Romanishko
Kim W. Rose
Lisa Rotenberg
Lance Russwurm
Ken Ryan
John Salsnek
Thomas Schultz
Stephen Seguin
Tricia Sellmer
Ian Sheldon
Shirley
Don Sibley
Lorne Sieben
Sharon Strand Sigfuson
Barbara Simpson
Lubos Smejkal
Lynn Soehner
Melanie Springbett
Guy St. Godard
Kerry Stansfield
Linda Stewart
Doug Swinton
Betsy Symons
Edie Szabo
James Tan
Daniel Taylor
Karin Taylor
Trevor Tennant
Marianne Thompson
Peter Thompson
Marilyn Trenchard
Sandra Vasilenko
Kristeen Verge
Nicole Viste
Ada Vostry
Eldon Walls
Jennifer Watier
Richard Wear
Dennis Weber
Al Weitzel
Doug Welykholowa
Robert Westhaver
Lynn Weymark
Diane Williams
Donna Wilson
Bram L. Wolf
Richard Wong
Susan Wuthrich
John Zacharias
Michele Zarb


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Marie Neys
Marie Neys Southern Alberta Landscape Artist
In January, 2013 the Series:
"LANDSCAPES OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA"
consisting of 20 Oil Paintings on Canvas was completed.

Inspired during time spent at the Neys family ranch located in the Porcupine Hills on the Snake Trail, North of Cowley, Alberta. Majestic, Rugged and Raw this area of Alberta includes the Livingston Mountain Range, expansive Vistas broken by the Cowboy Trail (Highway 22) and the Oldman River.
Marie Neys was drawn to the early morning sunrises and late afternoon play of light across the hills.
Marie Neys’ art has evolved and she believes that every medium she studied became a part of the catalyst for her creativity and lead her to her current discipline, Oil on Canvas.

Joan Nicol
Joan Nicol Canadian Artist
Canadian artist Joan Nicol says her inspiration for art comes from the beautiful flowers in the gardens and those in the California Desert. This Canadian artist has studied under Irene Poskett, Gertrude Keen, Frances Lansbery and the Dutch painter Fred Shaeffer. Joan Nicol, Canadian artist has been a member of the West Vancouver Sketch Club for many years, her paintings have been hung in several locations around the beautiful Vancouver British Columbia area.

Catherine O'Byrne
Saskatchewan Artist Catherine O'Byrne
As a prairie artist, I'm a member of Regina's Rosemont Art Gallery, of the Aurora Art Guild, and of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association. I work for the provincial government, but in my spare time paint as much as I can, and teach the occasional watercolour course.
Viewers have described my artwork as "whimsical fantasy", "oriental", or "mystical" , regardless of the subject - which tends to be things we don't normally think twice about: that little frog clinging to a stalk in the garden; a caterpillar crawling on a stem; a lizard stalking a fly; snails on a mushroom. My artwork tends to belong to one of three categories - those little "critters" mentioned above, garden-type landscapes with a slightly oriental leaning, and monochrome subjects in grays or browns, ranging from landscapes to - so far: bulrushes (cattails), dandelions, dragonflies, fawns and birds.
My artwork has found homes, so far, from Ottawa to Victoria, as well as England and Wales, in the US from Florida to California, and in Australia and New Zealand.

Louise Olinger
Louise Olinger Canadian Artist
Louise is a Past President of the Canmore Artists & Artisans Guild. She participates in CAAG Group Exhibitions and the Canmore General Hospital Art Gallery Exhibitions. Her paintings can be found in private and corporate collections across Canada, the United States, Europe, Japan, and Australia.
With literally thousands of beautiful photographs to choose from (courtesy of her camera-competent husband), deciding what to paint can be a challenge at times. Watercolour is a very portable medium; suitable for breathtaking scenes of cascading falls, challenging mountain climbs, vibrant wildflowers and coniferous forests. The medium fits easily into a backpack, a boat or a helicopter and can be set up in a mountain environment in minutes.

Nancy Osadchuk
Nancy Osadchuk Canadian Artist
Nancy is an Alberta artist working in a variety of media, with a mainly representational style. She has a good knowledge of things botanical, and a love of nature in general. Paintings are often begun on site, capturing the moment with sketches, painting, or photography. Florals, still life and landscape are favorite subjects.
Her printmaking efforts include etchings, monoprints and Moku Hanga, (the traditional Japanese method of woodcut, using water-based pigments.)


John Pagé
John Page Canadian Artist
I tend to describe myself as a generalist in that I enjoy painting the major disciplines, portraits, still-lifes, nudes and landscapes. Looking back on my body of work up to this moment , the majority of my work has been landscapes. Landscapes have a great appeal to me because of my love for the natural world. Nature in all it's wonders is an infinite source of inspiration. When choosing subject's, panoramic views with the mountains in the background and a lake in the foreground has little appeal to me. Panoramics, from my perspective keep the viewer at a distance. My intent as a painter is to give the viewer a more intimate look at nature. Ideally I try to put the viewer into the scene and point out a slice of nature that they may not have noticed.

Wendy Palmer
Wendy Palmer Canadian Artist
All my life I have been intrigued by nature and the vast variety of subject matter that is everywhere to be found. I have always been fascinated by how nature changes with every second of the day, and with wildlife, their unique and instinctive personalities have always mesmerized me. I can watch storm clouds on a summer night or the animals that reside near our acreage for hours. Even though I wasn't painting at the time, the visions were permanently instilled in me. I have now discovered that I can bring these images to life on the canvas. This was the spark that ignited my thrill of painting and how the magic of simple brush strokes created everything I had imagined. Every artist thrives on passions and obsessions. Bringing to life an expression in an animal or establishing the intimate mood of a landscape is my passion. When my painting starts to come to life and I can feel the texture and envision the illusion of light, the excitement to finish the painting erupts. My love for nature and art combined has helped me generate this unique realism into my paintings.

Reg Parsons
Reg Parsons Canadian Artist
'Creating life in sculpture that expresses beauty, passion and strength makes me come alive. I choose my subjects and themes from picturing the finished piece, complete with detail, before my hands touch the clay. I'm challenged to expand my style of realism through varied techniques to capture the life of each piece as my eyes see it.'
With unlimited talent as a self taught artist, he looks forward to his next work being his best. Be it a notebook, a canvas, or a lump of clay, he demands excellence in everything he puts his hand to, and gives credit to God as the source of his gifts.
Check out Reg Parson's new WEBSITE!

Jackie Parkinson
Jackie Parkinson
Canadian pencil artist Jackie Parkinson has had a life long talent with the pencil art medium Her first art commission came when she was in her teens. Today, commissions make up a large part of her art portfolio, When she is not drawing, she starts young horses for clients. She lives with her husband on an acreage north of Cremona. Her artwork is also available at the art gallery near Water Valley.
"Major is a portrait of the famous Quarter Horse Major Bonanza. Owned most of his life by Carol and Andy Rees and for the latter part of his life in partnership with Gordon MacDonald. He has become a household name in the western working horse world. Major passed away in 1997 and this drawing was done to honor him."

Ron Pearce
Ontario Artist Ron Pearce
A resident of London, Ontario, artist Ron Pearce is a self-taught sculptor who began carving as a hobby in 1985. It didn't take long for his hobby to grow into a career. He has experimented with a variety of subjects including small animals, wildfowl, and caricatures, but he is best known for his western-themed, human busts.
These dramatic carvings have won numerous awards, including many "Best of Show" honours and the "Best of Masters" award in the 23rd International O.W.C.A. Carving Competition, Toronto, Canada.
His pieces have been published in carving magazines with world wide distribution and are included in private and corporate collections in Canada, the United States, Germany, Scotland, New Zealand and China.
Visit his website to see all of his art.

Kim Penner
Kim Penner Canadian Artist
Canadian artist, Kim Penner, finds continual inspiration for her beautiful acrylic paintings from all types of horses. From her "Seeding Thoughts", a horse portrait of a team of Belgians, to her "Kentucky Quintet", inspired from the paddocks of a Kentucky Thoroughbred farm, Kim Penner's artwork offers a surprising diversity within her chosen genre. Canadian artist Kim Penner shares how horses become a part of family memories through works like "Harvest Time" and "Rocky Mountain Serenade". Horse lovers and art collectors are investing in Kim Penner's original artwork, limited-edition prints and canvas transfers at shows from Calgary at the Calgary Stampede to Florida. Her art studio is in her 75 year-old farmhouse near Glenboro, Manitoba.

Bruce H. Perry
Bruce H. Perry
"Canada's timeless beauty will always be my inspiration"

Bruce H. Perry - is a prolific Alberta artist who paints and draws Canada's infinite beauty.
Bruce is always developing as an artist, trying new techniques and mixes mediums to create perspective and texture.
For more than 25 years Bruce has produced art from the heart and has started replicating his favorite originals with the giclee' print method. Giclee' prints look very close to the original, are printed on watercolor paper and the edition number is low for appreciation.



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There are many mediums Canadian Artists use today to express themselves, and to create their unique works of art.

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