April Designs Studio: Sculptures made with fabric and repurposed materials. I use a fabric hardener called Paverpol which is non-toxic and environmentally friendly. When cured, the sculptures are rock hard and water resistant therefore they can be left outdoors in any weather. They make wonderful lawn/yard ornaments. www.aprildesignsstudio.weebly.com
Frances Pelletier: Acrylic artwork - small, medium and large paintings. Other artwork includes painted bottles, greeting cards poured stained glass. www.fdp-artworks.com
Sarah Hudson (Owl Adventures): I make original illustrations featuring my Owl character. All of my work is hand-drawn and unique. I also sell handmade pins. https://www.facebook.com/owladventuresart/ Aartistri: Aartistri is a collaborative venture of two artists, Aarti Vara & Nilam Ram, who create art and décor items with an East Indian aesthetic. Traditional Henna designs and embellishments feature prominently in our work, creating a fusion of ethnic details with contemporary subjects/objects/styles. Our décor items work well as colourful focal points in a room’s design as well as striking complements to more muted colour schemes. Our canvas art and prints depict traditional elements such as mandalas and henna designs, incorporated with portraits of Hindu religious figures, historical personages and contemporary Indo-Canadian culture. Our aim is to create art that celebrates a rich cultural heritage and incorporates these elements into our daily lives. https://aartistri.myportfolio.com/
Sarah Wourms: I create abstract ink and resin artwork. My work is largely inspired by Canadian landscapes, nature, color, music, and movement. I specialize in resin coated art squares. www.instagram.com/sarahashley_studios
Angela Stadlwieser: I paint colourful textured landscapes and figurative art work. My work is impressionist in style with a wave of expressionism. My works are eye catching and emotive. I paint many sizes but like large works best. I paint on canvas and wood panels and sometimes on found objects. http://angelastadlwieser.com
Lesley McMillan: I am an Edmonton artist who mainly works in acrylic although I do dabble in alcohol ink from time to time. My work is usually very expressive and abstract with a focus on bright, uplifting colors and gestural paint handling. I also enjoy creating figurative pieces that explore the human body and I tend to work on large gallery wrapped canvas. In addition to painting I make extravagant feather earrings and handmade original art work book marks. Although I am quite new to the art scene, I have successfully participated in art walks in Edmonton and Calgary and love to showcase my work and connect with other artists and art enthusiasts! www.lesleycleo.com
Kathleen Gerwing: I am a artist who paints on wine glasses. They are crystal wine glasses with any kind of pictures and flowers. Instagram: @dash4art
Viktoria Marczisak: My oil paintings create emotions, feelings and thoughts related to the different levels of "Journey" - physical, psychological, metaphorical and professional. Because of these different levels I make series in different styles.
Tunde Vari: With 15 years of study and painting in the Atelier, I have learned a great deal from a principal master in the production of fine art. It is this tradition that I wish to reacquaint the general public with. It has enabled me to experiment with a wide range of styles and inspired me to become more creative in my compositions and choice of themes. I prefer to paint in oil as it gives me a wider variety of pigments and transparency that allow for richer and more vivid colours in my paintings. The underpainting is the first step in my process, then the paint is slowly built up layer by layer. I find it gives more depth. I especially find painting portraits fascinating. The faces of my subjects are so intriguing to paint as they are a rich living canvas that tells so much about the stories of their lives, and personalities. .
Judy Schafers: Judy Leila Schafers paints luminous images inspired by close up views of nature and the rural landscape in a realistic style. Her colorful art ranges in size from tiny detailed miniatures to large scale works. She can often be seen at the ArtWalk events working on a painting along with several of her newest completed works. She has participated in the ArtWalk since the very early days of this event and really enjoys meeting with patrons and becoming acquainted with them. judyleilaschafersfineart.com
Dwayne Huzar: I'm a abstract painter. I sell only original artwork no prints.
Tessa Stanley: My paintings are most often a reflection of the things I enjoy in life - the beautiful landscapes of Alberta, the people I see or meet in my travels, quirky ideas that make me laugh. I tend to paint bright, folky and fun acrylic paintings. My work in oil painting tends toward more impressionistic scenes. Living in Edmonton and working as an Art Educator for the Art Gallery of St Albert, I get to share and experience painting or pottery, with children regularly, as well as painting in my own studio almost daily. I hope that some of the joy that I get from these experiences comes out on the canvas! tessastanleyart.com
Jorge Arango: I produce paintings in acrylic, oil, and mixed media. My paintings usually involved human figure and explore matters of our human nature.
Hollis Hunter: Traditional visual art: acrylic and oil paintings on canvas, small sculpture, and silkscreen prints picbear.club/poisondartist
Tanner Skrocki: Skrocki Design is an independent handcrafted lifestyle brand whose mission is to create fashionable fantasy inspired items with a historical and edgy twist. With a unique blend of influences from fairy tales, to mythology, and travels to historic sites, mixed with a modern edginess, we hope our items will inspire creativity in anyone using them in their day-to-day activities and hobbies. We specifically make items based on the pursuits of our own passions including fashion, music, writing, drawing, photography, home decor, and cooking etc. We predominately work with artisan leathers, metal, and gemstones. www.skrocki.ca
Priya Shukle: Priya is a young artist who loves to create original watercolour, pencil, and mixed media pieces. She loves to dabble in many varieties of things to paint and draw but tends to draw a lot of people and original characters. https://prestopaints.wixsite.com/mysite
Ameena Kadri: Acrylic paintings.
Kelsey Vaughan: Small paintings ranging from size 3"×3" to 13"×13". I work exclusively in oils. The subjects of the paintings are garden and woodland flowers, insects, animals, and gardenscapes. The small paintings are vibrant in colour and small but with a big impact on the viewer.
Autism Artistry: Grant Kurtz, a 25-year-old painter, and Ben Kurtz, a 27-year-old photographer, cannot speak; instead, they express themselves through art. Autism Artistry helps to raise awareness about autism, and offers the public a glimpse into the minds of Grant and Ben. Their mother, Roma Kurtz, says events like Artwalk help both men connect and communicate with people in the community. That idea helped shape the overall concept for Autism Artistry: Create, Communicate, Connect.
Oksana Izio: Oksana paints landscapes by mouth as she is in a wheelchair.
Alireza Shafaati: Pictorial wood marquetry is the art of making pictures from small pieces of variously natural coloured woods. Each piece of wood is carefully selected based on its colour and grain texture, is cut by hand and inlaid together to make a picture. The final work can be a great piece of decoration or a valuable gift to your friends and family. https://www.instagram.com/farzi_art_gallery/
Greg Clark: Acrylic on canvas and old windows.
Jim Kelcher: I offer photographic art prints that capture the essence of places that I have travelled to. Captivating subjects and scenes that are worthy of artistic display, are presented as archival quality prints, either as framed or ready-to-frame. Many of my images are also available as unique greeting cards. https://kelcherphoto.photodeck.com
Kayla Lozinski: I am and abstract artist, working with acrylic, watercolour and alcohol ink.
Stephen Badry: I am a solo indie-folk artist playing original music similar to Ben Howard, Dan Mangan and Gregory Alan Isakov, as well as covers.
Claire Joys: I am an acrylic painter that is currently focusing on an outer space/galaxy theme. i have been painting for around 10 years. www.clairejoysart.com
Bridget Couldridge: I'm a self taught artist who thrives on colour! I love painting in every medium, but always come back to watercolours. Painting keeps me grounded, and gives me a sense of peace. I love experiencing the picture unfolding as I paint. Pushing colour boundaries is interesting to me. Coming from Africa, there is often an African theme recurring in many of my paintings. @etosha_art
Suzanne Foss: Each of my pieces contains all of the lyrics to songs. The lyrics are embedded in images, patterns, and colours. If you know the words to the song, you can find them, you just need to take the time to look for them.
Ash Solomon: I do acrylic and water colours. Have been part of the Edmonton art walk for 5 years. @asherinart
Pauline Brennen: I create illustrations that are whimsical, fantastical, and tell a story. My inspiration is taken from the natural world and fairytales, and I like to pull the best elements from both while adding my own spin. I also paint, primarily nature scapes, as I love the drama and gentleness found in the world. www.wildriverartwork.com
Kara Grant: Thistle + Anchor is the company name I have for my photography and art business. My main type of business as of late has been commission based paintings and wedding accessories. My plan for products for the artist walk is a possible variety or post cards with paintings and photographs on them as well as some crafts like faux floral crowns and fabric jewelry. https://www.facebook.com/thistleanchor/
Natalia Iashnikova: I create my paintings from natural wool of sheep and alpaca, also I use fibers of silk, viscose, flax.