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December 2020

Wishing you and your family
a happy Holiday Season and
a prosperous New Year!

Ebb and Flow of 2020

A video about what happen with Sabine’s art projects during a very unusual year.

The Big Rock of Okotoks, January 2020. photo credit SLM.

Project: Painting Alberta

Visitors to my studio sometimes ask if they can purchase a painting from the Painting Alberta series. As you can imagine, it is difficult to part with these paintings, but they are definitely for sale. I do, however, make a second version of each painting I sell, so that at the end of the project I will still have the 360 images available for future exhibitions.

Deux versions de la même photo du parc national de Wood Buffalo.


Exhibitions are returning to Galleries!

Series Rivers & Rivières, To Be Named #02, Watercolour on canvas, 24”x24”, 2020, photo credit SLM.

At the Leighton Art Centre, two new paintings from the Rivers & Rivières series will be presented for the first time. They will be part of a large exhibition, called Salon, by the art centre’s members.
All summer!
282027 144 St W, Millarville
At the CAVA gallery in Edmonton, three paintings from the “About Time” series are exhibited alongside paintings by Patricia Lortie and Monique Béland.
From June 5 to July 17
9103 95 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB  T6C 1Z4

Photo credit SLM.

“In Common” Esker Foundation project

During the pandemic, the Esker Foundation created a social media project to share the creations of artists in quarantine. The Painting Alberta project was presented in May and received great visibility.

Project: Painting Alberta

One of the peril of Alberta’s farms, photo source Kyle Brittain.

The farm and its Animals
I have great respect for the work of farmers in Alberta. In 2001, there were more than 53,000 farms, whereas the 2016 census only accounted for 40,000. Many factors led to this decline, including the very high price of land for young farmers. Our future depends on the men and women who produce our food. Let’s buy Made in Alberta!

Share your Alberta story.

Of Interest: Dear Glenbow

Photo Credit Glenbow Museum.

Collecting Letters from our Community
The museum asks Albertans to send them letters, photos and drawings about this unique time we live in. These letters will be part of the permanent collection. Your testimonies will be a way for future generations to understand this exceptional moment in our history.

This is a video presenting my art projects in 2019, a good year.

2019, Good Year!

Painting Alberta Video

Banff Centre’s visitors enjoying the exhibit Painting Alberta.