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July & August, 2019


Western Showcase Art Gallery

July 5 to 14

Sabine’s watercolor abstract paintings at the art gallery du Stampede.

The Western Showcase delivers a stunning dose of art every year. Whether in the studios of artists, or exhibitors or even the art gallery, you find your happiness.
Sabine Lecorre-Moore will be at the art gallery to meet the public on July 10 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

Vital Lines

Leighton Art Centre

282027 144 Street West
Foothills, AB T1S 0Y4

Vital Lines is an outdoor interactive art installation  by Patricia Lortie and Sabine Lecorre-Moore. They have designed this installation specifically for the Leighton Art Centre landscape, creating an artwork that offers a receptive site where visitors can rest their dreams, wishes and life affirmations. The community is invited to contribute to the Vital Lines tapestry by customizing ribbons and then weaving them into the original structure.

May 25 to September 29, 2019

Article for Vital Lines in Where Calgary Magazine 


Devenier in Salmon Arm

Painting and Sculpture by Patricia Lortie

This August, the collective Devenir will exhibit at the Salmon Arm Arts Centre, in British Columbia. If you are in the area, take the time to visit the historic art gallery and see the beautiful exhibition that is comprised of fifteen large paintings and five kinetic sculptures by Doris Charest, Patricia Lortie, Daniele Petit, Karen Blanchet and Sabine Lecorre-Moore. A superb exhibition!

Salmon Arm Arts Centre

  70 Hudson Ave NE, Salmon Arm, BC V1E 4H7

August 9 to Septembre 21 , 2019


Painting Alberta

The Painting Alberta collection includes two related weddings. Roly and Jet, married in 1950 in the village of Legal, are the beloved grandparents of Joëlle, the bride on the banks of the Little Smokey River, in 2018.

Share your Alberta stories and landscapes. 


This video was created by the video artist Evelyne Asselinand made possible by a generous grant from the RAFA, Rassemblement Artistique Francophone de l’Alberta. This video is a in-studio conversation with the visual artist Sabine Lecorre-Moore, about her painting and artistic process.