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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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Jim Pescott
Jim Pescott Canadian Artist
There are no defining lines in his work. Jim applies acrylic paint to canvas using layered "spots and dots" brush strokes to blend shapes together while also ensuring their uniqueness is supported through strong bright colours. Subject material is sourced from nature and ranges from individual flower blossoms to broad landscapes of fields, prairie, trees, mountains, water and sky that can be found almost anywhere, yet are unique to where people live and call home. Jim has lived in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario. He now lives in Calgary, Alberta. "I'm self taught, my style expresses much about how I feel about relationships in nature."

Tom Phalen
Tom Phalen Canadian Artist
Tom has worked in oils, watercolour and acrylics, but now focuses solely on coloured pencil.

"I find it the ideal medium for the way I work. I get the feel of drawing, but the end result can be made to look like an oil or a watercolour. I can sit down and begin immediately, or get up and walk away if I need to give some thought to a particular problem." Tom's art is mostly still life but he does some fantasy figurative work also. In either case he strives for a high degree of realism.

Bill Philpott
Bill Philpott Saskatchewan Artist
Quite suitably the skies of Saskatchewan are significant to Bill's work. Home is Central Butte Saskatchewan and largely his subjects exist nearby. Bill recieved wise council as a young artist when he recieved the following advice "To avoid pretenciousness, paint what you know." So Bill continues to paint his home on the prairies.

The area is prime with beauty and interesting characters. I try to capture for posterity the rich patterns in the landscape, the poetry in paint!uniquely the plains of Saskatchewan and of course now we dance in The Land of the Living Skies!

Bill Philpott can be contacted through his:
Website: http://www.philpottart.com
Email: philpottart@yahoo.ca

Dee Poisson
Dee Poisson Canadian Artist
Dee's abiding love for dogs stems from her childhood memories of growing up on a cattle ranch near Drumheller, Alberta. The dog was a part of the every day routine of cattle work but at the end of the day the dog was a part of the family. Dee remembers many childhood activities that included the ranch German Shepherd, Smokey. On many occasions, Dee would find herself on the front porch running her small hand over the face of her dog, an act that would prove to be invaluable when she became a dog portrait artist later in life.

Norene Procter
Canadian Artist Norene Procter
Diggety Doggety!! coats and hats come as sets. The outfits are made of 100% polyester fleece (non pill). I use wonderful fabrics of wildlife and countryside, plaids, florals, aztec designs, southwest prints, and much more. There are white labels inside the coat and hat that state 'made by a Canadian artist/designer' with care instructions. There is an outside label on the collar that reads, Diggety Doggety!! by artist Norene Procter.

There are 5 sizes: XXSm, XSm, Sm, Med, and Large. Wholesale prices are available for orders of one dozen or more. Some hats have ribbon or if using a plaid fabric, I will add a kilt pin to the hat. Contact the artist for more photos and information.

Gene Prokop
Canadian Artist and Art Teacher Gene Prokop
Gene Prokop, Edmonton Alberta artist and art teacher. Gene Prokop's works of art focus on creating mood and drama using romantic brushstrokes of the Old Masters. Gene teachs others the skills and techniques he has acquired, towards classical realism and naturalism. Pro's Art School in Edmonton Alberta, is a school that teaches the techniques of drawing, perspective and composition in oil painting. Students are guided through the styles of Classical Realism, Naturalism, Gesture and Impressionism. Students work in a relaxed, non-competitive atmosphere. People work in the school as one big family, helping and encouraging one another. Many students work hard to better themselves, but still think of the group not just of themselves.

Marilyn Prophet
Canadian Artist Marilyn Prophet
I capture the peaceful, captivating and powerful wonders of God, our great creator in each of my paintings. I believe it is not enough to look at a painting. You must see and feel it. I would like to evoke passion from the viewer and awaken his/her imagination, bring back forgotten memories and give a sense of inner peace. My techniques are to use the pallet knife on large trees to get the effect of rough bark and mix several colours to get depth and reveal crevices. I take great care to get the fine details look realistic in painting flora and fauna. Mist and fog are evident in many of my landscapes. I prefer the radiant colours of the fall season and winter scenes with lots of snow covered pine trees. I like to paint the open seas with the dark colours leaving a sense of apprehension with boats or ships heaving in the open water.

Joyce A. Quillian
Joyce Quillian Canadian Artist
I like to think that my work exhibits the interaction of colour, design and natural light, bringing freshness to each subject. Mood, which I illustrate through the design of light and its interplay with the subject of the scene, is a common thread in most of my work. I recently expanded my canvas to the larger dimension of 40 X 40 inches and in some subjects 40 X 60 inches and ventured into the medium of acrylics, thus expanding my communication with the viewer. I love doing commission assignments and taking on the challenge of transferring to canvass the patrons emotion and interpretation of mood in the subject. I have worked with patrons incorporating their artefacts into a still-life. I have also consulted with respect to the commissioning of painting(s) to best suit a particular home d'cor. I use my garden as inspiration for many floral interpretations.

Marijo Readey
Artist Marijo Readey
The landscapes and images of the northern United States and Canada inspire my painting and my photography.

Because I was first trained in etching, drawing and in painting, the compositional influences and the methods of that training spill into my photography. Some of my work is strict, nature photography. At other times, I start with a photograph, and I then manipulate and abstract the image through a series of filters and mathematical transforms to express some emotional or spiritual state that I perceive as contained within that image.

Dan Reid
Saskatchewan Artist Dan Reid
Dan Reid is a self-taught Canadian artist who has spent all his life on the prairies. Growing up on a farm in Saskatchewan instilled in him an appreciation for the ever-changing moods of the prairie landscape and its beautiful open skies.

His interest in the vanishing prairie elevator, and antique cars is reflected in many of his paintings, which provide a nostalgic glimpse of Canada's past.

Originals, limited edition reproductions, and note cards are available in several galleries and gift shops in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Dan will also be attending art shows and sales throughout the year.

Cindy Revell
Illustration artist - Fine Art Artist Cindy Revell
Cindy Revell is an award winning illustrator and oil painter. Her work has been used on billboards, wine bottles, books, magazines, calendars, furniture, and children's books all over North America. She was nominated in 2001 for a Governor General's award for children's book illustration (Mallory and the Power Boy).

While her traditional oil paintings and whimsical illustration are very different in style from one another they are both rich and lush with colour. A few of the clients Cindy has worked with are L.A. Times, Washington Post, Harvard Business Review, Better Homes and Gardens, Cornell University, Penguin Putnam, Harcourt, and Scholastic.

Visit www.cindyrevell.com

Jim Robb
Yukon Artist Jim Robb
Over the years Jim has had 3 books published, and yes, 'they are read in all the better cabins'. They are comprised of short stories, photographs and drawings mostly about interesting and colourful Yukon personalities, the 'Colourful 5%'. In 1975, well known anthropologist Julie Cruickshank, with Jim's participation, put out a book on the Yukon's First Nation peoples.
Today Jim is busier than ever with a number of projects on the go. One is putting together a book on his artistic life. A compilation of stories, artwork and photographs. A second project is a collaberation with another artist to create a cartoon story. Also in the works is a film about a certain aspect and little known part of the Klondike Gold Rush. Amidst all this Jim continues working in pen, ink and watercolour, producing prints and tapestries of historic Canada.

Jane Romanishko
Alberta Fine Art Artist Jane Romanishko
Being equally proficient in oil, watercolour and pastel allows her to be a versatile artist and teacher. Her professional accomplishments include the founding of Airdrie School of Art, co- founding of The Airdrie Artisans Holiday Market and Airdrie Regional ARTS Society.

She has participated in numerous group shows, as well as solo exhibitions. Her work can be found in many private collections throughout North America, Europe and Australia. She travels extensively through Russia and Stan countries, China, Vietnam, Australia and Mexico. With her backpack and camera, she loves to go to the hidden places of the world, unspoiled by technology and tourists. This is where she gets her inspirations for people, nature and places that she paints.

Please visit her new website www.janeromanishko.com for information on workshops, upcoming artshows and to view more of her artwork.


Kim W. Rose
Saskatchewan Artist Kim W. Rose
Kim W. Rose has exhibited at Trail's West Gallery in Calgary, Alberta and at End of the Line Gallery in Cochrane, Alberta. Kim participated in Winter Show '88 at the Calgary Olympics. More currently, Kim has exhibited in the Prairieland Exhibition Summer show in 2002 and 2003, winning the Multicultural Best-in-Division Award.
As a member of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Artists Association, Kim has received numerous awards. Kim's work was on display at the Gallery on the Bridges in Saskatoon in 2003. July of 2004 brought Kim a First place ribbon in the watercolour class at Calgary Stampede's Western Showcase of Arts. He also received a third place ribbon in division for wood carving.

Lisa Rotenberg
Folk Art and Illustration by Canadian Artist Lisa Rotenberg
Lisa Rotenberg is a very busy artist, working out of her cubby hole studio in downtown Toronto.
Listed with the National Gallery of Canada, she produces work at an alarming rate for private and corporate clients - showing a flare for color and wit that has not landed her in trouble yet.
Whether the subject matter is a dancing hot dog or a Canadian landscape, craftsmanship and strategy are key elements of her work.
A painting must stand the test of time or it does not leave the office.

Visit www.lisarotenberg.com


Lance Russwurm
Lance Russwurm Canadian Artist
I was born in Kitchener, Ontario, in 1953 and I admit that, perhaps, the views of my generation were shaped more than a little by Hollywood. But that's all right. Romance (In the true sense of the word) seems to be healthier than ever these days, and this is precisely what I am most interested in trying to capture in my paintings. I use an almost photo-realistic style to lend reality and immediacy to events that happened long ago - or may never have happened at all. My attention to research and detail, I am told, borders on fanaticism, but my main objectives will always remain storytelling and mood.

Ken Ryan
Ken Ryan Canadian Artist
My favourite subject matter to paint is the figure, set in the Ottawa Valley. I hope to express to the viewer a style that is unique to me, using warm colours, keeping composition simple while stirring a quiet emotion. My years farming made me a much richer and deeper soul, life and death happen everyday. I became a keener observer of weather and nature and mankind. I hope to bring my life experiences to my paintings.
From Mr. Raman Frey - Frey Norris Gallery - San Francisco
"Your paintings are incredibly powerful and haunting. Your choice of subject matter conveys a natural sense of composition and the dignity and grace of your sitter, as well as a feel for your own place and time."

John Salsnek
John Salsnek Canadian Artist
John loves to paint. Period. He simply loves to paint. He has many other interests but painting comes first. He prefers to capture what he knows and will do extensive research, both outdoors and in his library to create a mood, a moment.
He began painting full time 15 years ago and credits his popularity to several factors. Primarily, he sets a goal for each piece, and until he's absolutely satisfied, it's just not finished. Despite that, John completes about 30 originals every year and issues several limited editions.
"Equally important", says John, "are my collectors, painting as a career requires enormous sensitivity to their observations, if they no longer appreciate, or can't afford your work, the circle is broken. I admit, I paint primarily for myself but there is so much satisfaction and reward in completing a painting and knowing that someone will want to take it home."
..... and the circle continues.

Thomas Schultz
Thomas Schultz Canadian Artist
Tom Schultz was born in 1957 in northeastern Saskatchewan, Canada. His passion for wildlife and the outdoors began when he was very small, inspired and fostered by childhood hunting and fishing trips with his father. Even since then, Tom has been able to combine his love of nature with his artistic interests, specifically in the fields of sculpture and bronze casting.
In 1995, he began his career as a sculptor in earnest -- a natural offshoot of his expertise in taxidermy -- and by 1998 had a body of work sufficient for him to start marketing his bronzes. Tom has sold his sculptures to discriminating collectors throughout Canada and the United States.

Stephen Seguin
Stephen Seguin - Canadian Artist
Stephen James S'guin, born 1986 in Etobicoke, Canada.
"I started off in 'story time,' some sort of preschool in which I could draw and paint all I wanted while people would read me stories. This was important for me as I developed an interest in drawing. Soon after, at the age of four, I attended my first year of kindergarten in which I continued in my interests, I would gain confidence as other classmates would praise my accomplishments; the first to successfully write my own name. By senior kindergarten, I was able to draw decipherable pictures.
I intend to attend an arts college someday to gain some official credit of an artist's background and perhaps take up a career in my interest. But for now, I'll just concentrate on finishing high school."

Tricia Sellmer
Tricia Sellmer
In 1990 Canadian artist Tricia Sellmer enrolled at the University College of the Cariboo where, as a student, she faced fresh challenges, found an exciting new model of thought and learned to tap her pent-up creative energy. After spending the summer of 1992 painting in France she returned to U.C.C. to continue her studies in Fine Arts. In 1993 she received a diploma in Fine Arts and has continued to study and improve her style.  Tricia strives to become more inspirational, experimental and disciplined and less realistic, pushing the perimeters of technique to achieve her bold, free images. She is attracted to quality of line, intensity of pure, strong colours and the texture of brush or knife strokes on a clean, white canvas.


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