Bugera Matheson Gallery
10345 124th St NW
Hours: tues-fri 11am-5:00pm; sat 10 am-5:30pm
The Bugera Matheson Gallery represents Canadian artists with an diverse collection of contemporary works by established, mid-career and a select group of emerging artists.
We invite you to come to the gallery. Whether you are in the market to buy or to peruse and enjoy... it is your experience, our role is to help facilitate it.
Sep 29-Oct 13 Jane Everett: Road Less Traveled. The Road Less Travelled series examines the interface between the wilderness and the road. Distorted and abstracted by the rain, the forest leans into the street threatening to take back the pavement, light standards, hydro wires and the cars that move between them. The point of view uses the rush and blur of light to evoke the landscape as we usually see it; from a moving vehicle.
REPRESENTING: Scott Plear - RCA, Ernestine Tahedl - RCA, OSA, Ken Wallace - RCA, Jamie Evrard, Peter Deacon - RCA, Jane Everett, Casey McGlynn, Michele Drouin- RCA, Shawn Serfas, Les Graff RCA, Terry Fenton, and more.
Oct 20-Nov 3 Ernestine Tahedl: Symphonic Timbre. Ernestine’s new works are exhilarating abstractions with only hints of the landscapes that inspired them. Executed with such mastery, the work is frenzied, exciting, colorful, complex. Ernestine hardly requires an introduction as she has been so widely recognized her in Canada and in Europe. Coming from Austria in 1963, Ernestine launched her career here in Edmonton and has become an artist with a global reach.