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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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Irene Clarke
Artist Irene Clarke
I have a wide variety of interest but always come back to the Paintbrush. My paintings are mostly imaginary unless I am doing a commissioned work. I take a lot of photographs and look for scenes that are silently sitting there wanting someone to discover them. I might start my painting from something in a photograph or an idea but from there on the painting creates itself. You may, find a wild animal roaming about in my paintings.
I really enjoy creating my own scenes from my imagination, allowing me to modify my painting as I desire as opposed to painting from a picture. This lateral shift has further sparked my creativity and I hope to create more imaginary scenes and expand my skill with animals.

Ed Cleave
Ed Cleave Canadian Artist
Canadian artist Ed Cleave was born in Port Alberni, B.C. but has spent most of his life near Vancouver. Throughout this Canadian artist's life he has been interested in art and has in more recent years had the opportunity to spend time doing what he has always wanted to do - express himself artistically . Although Ed Cleave has used various art media and art subject matter, his favorite medium is watercolours and his subject matter rustic, nostalgic art whether they be old car paintings, train paintings or sawmill equipment. Canadian artist Ed Cleave has had showings of his artwork in a number of venues and his paintings are in various parts of the world. He starts every painting with the idea that this might be the perfect painting. Of course it never is, but he tries to learn from each painting and apply what he has learned to the next one.

John Cloutier
Clay Art by John Cloutier
The artist's ceramic method is Raku, an ancient Japanese art of firing which produces sculptures with unique glazes and a characteristic black clay body. "I love the spontaneity of the medium, the combination from delicate and sophisticated to rough and primitive - all within the same piece. When you fire a piece, you never know how it's going to turn out."
The works of ceramic artist John Cloutier have become a focal point of major exhibitions throughout Western Canada.
John has been seen for many years in the Artists' Pavilion at the Calgary Stampede. John's work was seen recently at the Hambleton Galleries in Kelowna, B.C. He has done a number of commissioned pieces for various individuals and organizations.

Ken Cochrane
By Canadian Artist Ken Cochrane
Ken feels deeply for what he calls the "gems of the west" by which he means the mountain and marine landscapes its wildlife and the ranching lifestyle. He took to expressing in paint the wonders of his experiences some thirty years ago. As his experience is wide, so his artistic genre is multi-faceted. The knowledge he has acquired throughout his life's experience is inherent in his art.
Ken paints full time and is an "active" member of the federation of Canadian artists. He has been awarded all top three placings including first place at the annual GOABC (Guide Outfitters Association of BC) Wildlife Art Competition, Victoria BC over the past six years and was accepted into the prestigious Calgary Stampede in 2005.

Gina McDougall-Cohoe
Bronze Art by Gina McDougall-Cohoe
C.N. (Chunky) Woodward purchased the very first bronze sculpture made by Gina in 1970. It was a cutting horse in action called "Showdown". Gina's bronze sculptures are now worldwide. They are in the collections of the British Royal Family, the Crown Prince of Jordan, western singer Randy Travis and Prime Minister Brian Mulroney to name just a few. Gina was commissioned to do the official bronze for the 1988 Olympics. Over the years the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede has used numerous sculptures as trophies.

Marnie Collins
By Canadian Artist Marnie Collins
Marnie's love of Canadian landscape was fostered from an early age by the majestic mountains, rivers and lakes of Quebec. She was born in Montreal and spent some of her favourite times in the Laurentians with her sisters and brother. Her formal education in art and teaching was centered on colleges in Lancashire, England, the University of London, and Europe's greatest galleries.
Marnie's acrylic artworks feature a variety of subject matter; floral landscapes, children, wildlife, and scenes of Canadian heritage. She is noted for her strong sense of colour and attention to detail.

Catherine Compton
Pet Portraits by Catherine Compton
As an artist living and working in Kelowna, B.C., surrounded by some spectacular scenery, there is no shortage of subjects to paint; but a gift to a family member started me down the pet portrait road and I have not looked back.
There are huge numbers of pet lovers, "owned" by their furry and feathered friends, who truly cherish these companions. My greatest challenge is to capture that special expression or pose forever on canvas, as a keepsake or to be given as a wonderful gift.
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Paul Constable
Paul Constable Canadian Artist
Paul Constable is a Canadian artist from Saskatchewan. His work varies in subject from figurative to landscape, often with a theme in mind. Rich oil paintings convey a unique view of land as a flowing, moving body similar to the ocean. His Rock Island series drew inspiration from rocks that farmers pick off their fields and then pile up in one place to form an "island" in the middle of the field. The only landmark for miles under the prairie sky, Constable paints them during different times of the day and seasons. He also explores a West Coast theme, and his figurative themes include the farmers market and the winter carnival in Saskatoon, exploring a sense of community on the prairies through the seasons. Constable studied at the Alberta College of Art and Design and presently lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.


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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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