September Artist – Suzie Hiscox

Suzie Hiscox is another of our featured artists this month, exhibiting her latest collection simply named ‘My Alberta’, which spins on the theme of recognized prairie landscapes, and the animals native to these parts of […]

September Artist – Mila Rea

One of our featured artists this month is Mila Rea, who hails from Russia. Her style of painting is distinctively expressionist which you can see throughout her collections of miniatures, still life flowers, portraits, animals and […]

September Artist – Alison Philpotts

This month we welcome Alison Philpotts to Motion Gallery, with a collection of ‘Mountain and Mountain Lake’ themed paintings she will exhibit from September 15th to October 05th.   Her latest collection captures the grandeur […]

Article – Anita Harris

Resistant to calling herself an artist up until recently, Anita Harris has been an active artist since her youth, and sports an extensive resume in the arts with an A-level Art Diploma from St.Augustine’s RC/CofE […]

Article – Emma McCaul

Emma McCaul has been an active member of Calgary’s art scene since 2008 when she opened ART SPOT, a gallery in the main floor of her house. Her gallery gave emerging and alternative style artists […]

Article – Erin Freed

Erin Freed is Motion Gallery’s only resident ceramist. Since she joined the gallery in August 2015, she has displayed ceramic cups, plates, bowls and vases, but the thing that makes her art stand out from […]

Article – Brenda Banda Johnson

Brenda Banda Johnson is a long stand artist at Motion Gallery, recognized for her impressionist impasto palette knife paintings. Her pieces are textured and tactile, without a great deal of intentional detail. “It surprises me […]

Article – Holly Burghardt

Holly Burghardt is a very prolific painter who normally paints on large canvases. You might recognize her palette knife birch trees giving the perspective of looking up at the sky, as well as her vast […]

Article – Elle Deacon

  Elle Deacon is a long standing resident artist at Motion Gallery, exhibiting her art as far back as March 2012. In this time we have seen her work in oil, watercolour and acrylic paints. […]

Article – Renee Laferriere

  Renee Laferriere first began exhibiting her art at Motion Gallery in 2013. Her first paintings were mostly based on geometric shapes, and random topics. At that time she had just begun adding texture to […]

Article – Megan McCracken

  If you’ve been into Motion Gallery at all over the past five and a half years then you will no doubt have seen Megan McCracken’s ghostly but also dream-like paintings hanging on our walls. She continues […]

Article – Alistair Wright

  Alistair Wright is a long standing artist at Motion Gallery. He has exhibited three distinctive styles in his art, but his most recognizable and successful subjects have been cows. Perhaps that’s because this is […]

Article – Mark Kost

If you’ve been to Motion Gallery at all you will have noticed the cigar box guitars plugged into the amp, confettied guitar picks ready for anyone to pluck at. These incredible instruments are the handwork […]

Article – Joseph Ross

If you wanted to know where Joseph Ross’ ‘head is at’, then just take a look at his current collection of artworks at Motion Gallery. Joseph has a collection of larger layered poured acrylic paintings […]

Article – Shelley Bachman

Shelley Bachman is an artist that has been showcasing her art at Motion Gallery since the beginning of the gallery, in fact, she is just one month out of being with us since day one. […]

Article – Rick Rosario

If you’ve been into Motion Gallery in the last three years, you will have seen large portraits by Rick Rosario hanging on our walls, and you may most likely have read some of the articles […]

Article – Rob Dodds

As many of you know, Rob Dodds is a sculptural artist and the founder of Motion Gallery. What you probably don’t know is that he is also the co-founder of an arts fabrication group called […]

Article – Camille Betts

As a child, Camille Betts was always encouraged to keep her sense of play and experimentation open and alive. She started with ceramics at the Smeltzer House in Sherwood Park, and really started her art […]

March Artist – Jennifer Vollmer

  Jennifer Vollmer is our newest artist for the month of March. She brings us a dreamy and dramatic collection of abstract artworks which are a combination of poured and painted pieces, revealing that she […]

March Artist – Sherry Drew

  This month, for the first time ever, we feature a fiber artist who has quilted a storyboard based on certain dramatic events from JRR Tolkein’s book, ‘The Hobbit’. Sherry Drew is the artist of […]