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November 9, 2018

Upcoming Event

Photo credit Leighton Art Centre

Christmas in the Country and Art Sale
November 10 & 11, 2018 – 10 AM – 4 Pm
1000+  beautiful unframed artworks and fine craft works by 100 local artists!

One more week: MEMORY 
cSPACE King Edward 
4th Floor 1721 29 AVE SW
October 16 to November 15, 2018.

The Alliance Française of Calgary and Sabine Lecorre-Moore are teaming up to present an exhibition at cSPACE. This exhibition is called Memory and consists of abstract paintings painted on large canvases. Sabine uses watercolour, a delicate medium to depict the fragility of our memory. 

Project Conversation


The artistic duo Conversation is composed of Patricia Lortie and Sabine Lecorre-Moore. Recently, they have created, with the help of the public, a mural on a Plexiglas support. This project, titled Awareness, took place November 3 at the ACFA gala (Association canadienne-française de l’Alberta). The resulting artwork is a vibrant portrait of Calgary’s diverse Franco-Albertan community.

Of Interest: Canadian Art Books

An idea for end of the year presents: books about Canadian artists. Here are my favourites that I keep handy in my studio.

  • Oh, Canada or: How I Learned to Love 3.8 Million Square Miles of Art North of the 49th Parallel, a book on contemporary art made in Canada.
  • Livre Livre, a Franco-Canadian book explaining the intricacy of writing an artist statement.
  • Chris Cran: Sincerely Yours, this book, about one of the great Alberta artist, is so beautiful that it could be hang on a wall as an artwork.
  • Earthlings Nunajuarmi Nunaqaqtut Terriens, a superb exhibition catalogue by the Esker Foundation, gathering the artists Roger Aksadjuak, Shuvinai Ashoona, Pierre Aupilardjuk, Jessie Kenalogak, John Kurok, Leo Napayok et Shary Boyle.


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.