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Brenda Malkinson has sustained a dedicated studio practice for over forty years. Her travels and research include Europe, Japan, Korea, Alaska, as well as the Canadian north, prairies, and west coast. She has executed major architectural commissions and her work is in many public and private collections including Alberta Foundation for the Arts; Massey Foundation Museum of Man, University of Alberta; Stanley Milner Public Library. Her recent exhibitions include Chicago Printmakers’ 3rd Annual International Print Exhibition (award shortlist); Galerie d’Art Stewart Hall, Pointe-Claire, Quebec; International Print Exhibition, Canada and Japan, Kyoto, Japan; Municipal Museum of Art, Christies, New York; International Print Centre, New York and The Surface of Things: Chasing Light, (solo exhibition), ACC Discovery Gallery, Edmonton, AB. Malkinson is a recipient of the 2013 Edmonton Artists Trust Fund Award and the 2018 ACAD Alumni Legacy Award.
Jeannette Miller enjoys painting; especially close ups of big, bright, bold ,beautiful flowers. She graduated from University many, many years ago and was a teacher with Fort McMurray Catholic Schools for 32 years, until her retirement in 2014. During that time she taught a diverse range of subjects and grades. Grade 3 and junior high and high school Art and almost all junior high subjects. (except math and Phys Ed!!!!) For the last 15years of her career she was exclusively an Art teacher at Father Mercredi High School, a job she loved. She and her husband are now country folk, living out near Pigeon Lake. She can be found most days in her home studio “up to something.”
“The point of this show is to create a vibrant sensory experience, one that is enjoyable and , I hope, slightly overwhelming.”