Physical galleries in Alberta.
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Alberta Craft Council Gallery
Our mandate is to stimulate, develop and promote the craft arts in Alberta. Our goals are to support contemporary and heritage crafts as significant art forms that contribute to Alberta's cultural enrichment.
The Art Gallery of Grande Prairie
Nonprofit organization that promotes the building and sharing of art in all forms. Located in the Montrose Cultural Centre in Grande Prairie.
Offering a diverse collection of Indian, Inuit, and non-native arts and crafts.
Douglas Udell Gallery
Douglas Udell Gallery represents many of Canada's leading Contemporary artists as well as representing some of the leading young artists gaining momentum in the international playing field.
Limited Edition prints by Robert Bateman, Bev Doolittle, Fred Buchwitz, Steve Hanks, Carl Brenders, Daniel Smith, Thomas Kinkade, Stephen Lyman, Greg Olsen, John Seerey-Lester, Trisha Romance, Terry Issac, James Christenson, Manuel Nunez, sculpture.
Glenbow Art Gallery
The art collection focuses primarily on the history and development of northwestern North America, located in Calgary.
Herringer Kiss Gallery
Contemporary Canadian fine art and custom framing
Commercial art gallery in the centre of Edmonton run by Brent Luebke, specializing in 19th century to modern Canadian, western European, and American fine art.
Contemporary Canadian art. Samples of abstract artists like Douglas Haynes and Harold Feist to landscape painters like Pat Service and Wendy Wacko.
Wallace Galleries Ltd.
Representing Canadian artists in a variety of media and styles, Calgary.
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