Wow! February Artist Of The Month – Art Gallery Of St. Albert

How Wonderful Be the Artist Ot The Month – Feb 2022!

How wonderful be the Artist On The Month – Art Gallery Of St. Albert! Furthermore, it is the first blog post of 2022! Belate Happy New Year & Happy Lunar New Year~

Thank you so much the Art Gallery Of St. Albert‘s Art Director Leah selected me to be a February Featured Artist to share my art journey.

The Art Gallery of St. Albert Art director Leah Louden did a 30-minute video interview (ops, I over time) with me that allowed me to express and summarize my artworks. She and her team did a wonderful job releasing this article.

Click here to read the full article on St. Albert Gazette Newspaper 

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You may not know?

I have been showcasing my small art prints and small original paintings at the Art Gallery Of St. Albert since 2016.

In the past few years, the building has been under major renovation but they retained the basement (washroom) and the main floor still has a former bank vault feature.

After a conversation with Leah If you share this article with the Art Gallery Of St. Albert to purchase my small artwork might be able to receive a *10% off even after the Valentine Feb 13 sale in February. *(subject to Art Gallery Of St. Albert policy)

Aeris Osborne February Featured Artist St. Albert Art Gallery

Before the old brick Art Gallery Of St. Albert on Perron Street. The building was a former BMO bank that remained St. Albert’s only bank until 1962. The earlier time it was a Banque d’Hochelaga’s bank from 1917 to 1923 and the building was constructed during his tenure. (resources: St. Albert Today)

The Art Gallery of St. Albert is a contemporary public art gallery that has been operating out of the historic Banque d’Hochelaga building since 2000.

The building is a 5,150-square-foot commercial structure situated in the heart of St. Albert’s historic downtown, explains a release. It was built in the 1920s with additions in 1955 and 1966 and received municipal historic resource designation in 2009. (resources: Daily Commerical News)

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