• Alisha Marie Adams

    A multidisciplinary artist, with a strong visual arts and therapeutic arts background.

  • Alison Cherer

    Most of her inspiration comes from her own imagination. She has a big portfolio and displays it in her home and during the Calgary Stampede at the Western Oasis in the BMO Centre.

  • Colleen Peters

    The rose photo represents the connectedness with others and the harmony within individuals’ lives, which is the goal.

  • Penny Gunderson

    Penny works primarily in encaustic, which is molten beeswax combined with tree resin and pigment, fused to a natural base. This is a very intuitive medium since the wax reacts to the heat in many ways.

  • Yunsun Lee

    born in South Korea and moved with her family to Canada as an adolescent. Her family has nurtured and supported her love of art, and her artistic training.

  • Alberta Rose

    Of mixed settler/Inuvialuit heritage, Alberta often creates work that reflects both aspects of her cultural identity, as well as broader social issues related to Indigenous and non-Indigenous people today.

  • Kathy M. Austin

    Inspiration envelopes her like motes of dust. Potential art bombards her through taste, touch, smell, hearing, and sight. Through her limited vision she sees her world uniquely. Nature stimulates her creative spirit.

  • Mary Salvani

    Mary works with digital media to tell stories in photos. She finds inspiration in listening to other people tell their own stories.

  • Melissa Knive

    She chooses to flex her talents in various artistic mediums including painting, photography, singing, writing, and public speaking.

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