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Native Art, Watercolors, Oil Paintings, Acrylic Paintings, Sculpture

These artists paint a wide variety of Native Artwork. 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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Rocky Barstad
Kent Burles
Nona Foster
Ritch Gaiti
Patricia Guzm'n
Clarence Kapay
Doug Levitt
Frances Ann Low
Val Moker
Joanne Victoria Moore
Roberta Murray
Audrey Nanimahoo
Ron Pearce
Natalie Rostad Desjarlais
Lubos Smejkal
Dennis Weber
Michele Zarb

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Rocky Barstad
Rocky Barstad - Two Feathers Gallery High River Alberta
Being Native and raised in the West, Rocky draws on his heritage for inspiration. Through the Scottsdale Arizona Artist School he has studied and traveled with many world class working artists.
He enjoys sharing this knowledge by teaching classes. He works in a variety of mediums, oil and pastel painting, bronze sculpture, mural painting and artifact replicas.
With the opening of Two Feathers Gallery in 1996 in High River Alberta, Rocky created a showcase of artworks from across North America.
A member of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association, Two Feathers Gallery promotes Native arts'Native made.

"Helping To Keep The Spirit Strong"

Kent Burles
Kent Burles Canadian Artist
I was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1955 moving at the age of nine to Montreal. From filling every available page with doodles at the age of two, my parents shared encouraging words and enrolled me in Art classes at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. I'll never forget the image of the aged Arthur Lismer visiting our class! My interest in art lead me to complete my Art History degree at McGill University.
Common in all my work, is a love of costume, regalia, extraordinary faces and the souls behind those faces. The pages displayed here illustrate my love of visual storytelling and my fascination with the mystery of past realities. The lives of every human being are shot through with the possiblities and limitations that those past realities imply. I can only hope that I can express even a portion of what that might mean.

Nona Foster
Nona Foster Alberta Artist
Nona’s subjects are varied, due to the different locations she has lived and experienced, the people she has met and was inspired and passionate to create from these experiences.

Her art portrays a variety of subjects including western, native and wildlife images. During her research she has kept in mind the preservation of Canada’s wildlife, our National Parks and the beautiful untouched back country.

Nona’s native ancestry ( Cree and Cherokee ) give her inspiration and vision to create and become a part of her art.
Visit Nona Foster at

Ritch Gaiti
Ritch Gaiti - Western and Native Art
Ritch Gaiti's ethereal paintings commemorate the west- a horse runs free on the open range; a buffalo oversees the plains that he rules; a proud people enjoy a rich culture and a oneness with the land. The paintings are about change, evolution, and extinction-something emerges, something disappears. Each represents the spirit of a time long gone.

"My goal is to put the viewer, not only in another time and place, but also in the subject's heart"

You can view all of Ritch Gaiti's art on his website

Patricia Guzm'n
Mexico City Artist - Patricia Guzm'n
I love to paint animals such as horses, dogs and wild ones; but not only animals, also portraits of different type of people, of different culture.
I think there is always something to learn about painting; to me books are my best teachers because they don't influence my vision that much. They teach me about technique, about painters' lifes, etc., but they don't tell me how a thing must be because we all see life and painting in a different way, what I think and feel cannot be tought. As a painter I believe to seek for the truth, to paint themes that have something special, that makes me shake, not for money or not to produce as an assembly line.

Clarence Kapay
Clarence Kapay - Banff Artist
Imagine the scent of freshly fallen rain and a brilliantly refracted rainbow cascading down on an Indian village in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. Perhaps you can hear an earthshattering crack of lightning as it sizzles across a spattered palette of color, culminating in the formation of a majestic warrior or a bald eagle. Or maybe you can feel the warmth as the darting flames of a campfire illuminate a buffalo hide teepee while directly above, the multi-colored, pulsating columns of light known as the aurora borealis dance in the heavens. These enchanting images remain imaginary until they're brought to life by the paint brush of Plains Cree artist Clarence Kapay.

Doug Levitt
Doug Levitt Canadian Artist
Doug Levitt has devoted himself full-time to fine art, oil paintings and graphite drawings being his preferred mediums. His historical works seek to preserve moments from the native North American Indian way of life and to explore themes of the West. These graphite drawings and oil paintings reflect Doug's passion for authentic detail as well as drama and texture. Doug's contemporary works, comprising mainly portraiture in oils, are compelling human studies characterized by skillful evocation of light and shadow, texture and detail.
His paintings are gaining wide attention for an artist still young in his career. Top collectors have bought his works and his paintings are in collections as far away as Australia. He has received invitations to attend several prominent exhibitions in Canada and the United States in 2004.

Frances Ann Low
Frances Ann Low - Canadian Artist
Frances Ann considers her pieces visual parables for our time. Her art draws on the sacred stories of several spiritual traditions and interweaves them like threads into the tapestry of the One Truth. Frances Ann is interested in capturing those moments when our human spirit reaches up to Heaven and Heaven bends down to touch the earth. She invites us to go to the thin places that our First Nations people know so well. Her work draws the viewer into a contemplative space. The American Southwest calls to Frances Ann in a special way. It is a place of breathtaking colour and stark shapes. The sprawling adobe, craggy ridges, brilliant blues, circling eagles, jumping trout and fast flowing river of the monastery at Pecos, New Mexico have been calling this artist all of her life. It is a place steeped in Pueblo history and monastic stillness and both of these have served as inspiration for her art.

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