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    ALEXANDER, David T.
    Date: Canadian, born 1947
    Remarks: Official website: www.david-alexander.com
    DAVID ALEXANDER

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS
    2014 Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    2013 Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
    2013 ‘The Edge of Places We Have Not Made’, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON
    2013 Hulse Warman Gallery, Taos, NM
    2012-13 ‘The Shape of Place,’ Traveling Exhibition: Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC; Confederation Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI; Tom Thomson Gallery, Owen Sound, ON; Twin Rivers Gallery, Prince George, BC; Esplanade Gallery, Medicine Hat, AB
    2012 Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    2011 Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, WA
    Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON
    2010 Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    Vernon Public Art Gallery, Vernon, BC
    Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    2009 ‘Drawing,’ Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON
    Galerie D’Avignon, Montreal, QC
    2008 Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, Washington
    Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    ‘An Hour Before the Wind Blew the Colour Away’ (catalog), Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    2007 ‘New Pictures,’ Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON
    2006 Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, AB
    Galerie D’Avignon, Montreal, QC
    2005 Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
    Virginia Christopher Art Galleries, Calgary, AB
    2004 'New Paintings,’ Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON
    2003 Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    Wallack Gallery, Ottawa, ON
    University of Saskatchewan, Kenderline Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    Keyano College, Ft. McMurray, AB
    220 Third Avenue South, Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98104 206.622.2833 seattle@fosterwhite.com
    www.fosterwhite.com
    2002 Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
    Hafnarborg, Institute of Fine Arts, Iceland
    2001 Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    2000 ‘Improbable Possibilities,’ Feheley Fine Arts, Toronto, ON
    Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
    Wallack Gallery, Ottawa, ON
    Feheley Fine Arts (Drawings), Toronto, ON
    1999 Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    1998 Feheley Fine Arts (Drawings), Toronto, ON
    Wallack Gallery, Ottawa, ON
    1997 Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    Whyte Museum, Banff, AB
    Kootenay Art Museum, Castelgar, BC
    Grand Forks Art Gallery, Grand Forks, BC
    1996 Virginia Christopher Art Galleries, Calgary, AB
    Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC
    1995 Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK
    Traveling Exhibition: Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK; Kelowna, BC; Swift Current, SK
    1994 Costin & Klintworth, Toronto, ON
    Feheley Fine Arts (Drawings), Toronto, ON
    Wallack Gallery, Ottawa, ON
    1993 Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    Virginia Christopher Art Galleries, Calgary, AB
    1992 Costin & Clintworth, Toronto, ON
    Wallack Gallery, Ottawa, ON
    Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK
    1991 Feheley Fine Arts (Drawings), Toronto, ON
    Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
    Heffel Fine Art, Vancouver, BC
    1990 Wallack Gallery, Ottawa, ON
    1989 Feheley Fine Arts (Drawings), Toronto, ON
    Heffel Fine Art, Vancouver, BC
    1988 Elca London Art Gallery, Montréal, QC
    Waddington & Shiell Gallery, Toronto, ON
    1987 Waddington & Shiell Gallery, Toronto, ON
    Eva Cohen Gallery, Chicago, IL
    Elca London Art Gallery, Montréal, QC
    Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK
    1986-87 Traveling Exhibition: Hamilton, ON; Edmonton, AB; Lethbridge, AB; Regina, SK
    1986 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    1985 Heffel Fine Art, Vancouver, BC
    Waddington & Shiell Gallery, Toronto, ON
    1984 Elca London Art Gallery, Montréal, QC
    Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK
    1983 Heffel Fine Art, Vancouver, BC
    Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK
    1982 Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK
    Virginia Christopher Art Galleries, Calgary, AB
    1980 Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC
    1979 Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC
    1978 Notre Dame University, B.F.A., David Thompson University Centre, Nelson, BC
    1976 Worthington Art Gallery, Nelson, BC
    1975 Clockworks Gallery, Nelson, BC

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS
    2013 ‘The Great Outdoors’, Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, WA
    2012-13 Toronto Art Fair, Toronto, ON
    2010 ‘Olive Branch,’ Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, WA
    ‘Kelowna Collects’, Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC
    2009 ‘Variations on a Line’, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    ‘Point, Counterpoint,’ Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    2008 Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, WA
    Art Fair NYC, New York, NY
    Glenbow Museum, Calgary AB
    Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, AB
    Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta
    2002-07 Toronto Art Fair, Toronto, ON
    Chicago Art Fair, Chicago, IL
    2004 Faculty Exchange Exhibition, University of Washington
    Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA
    Galerie D’Avignon, Montreal, QC
    2003 ‘Waterscapes,’ Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON
    London Art Fair, London, England
    NYC Art Fair, New York, NY
    2002 Art Fair NYC, New York, NY
    2000 'About the Rock,’ Drawing exhibition, St. Johns, Ottawa & Edmonton
    Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    1997 Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX
    Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
    Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
    Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC
    1996 ‘Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas,’ Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC
    Kenderdine Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    Muttart Gallery, Calgary, AB
    Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
    1995 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK (traveling exhibition)
    1994 Waddington, Gorce Gallery, Montréal, QC
    Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    Musée d'art Comtemporain de Montréal, Montréal, QC
    Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS
    University of Lethbridge, AB
    1993 Galerie Pallas, Prague, Czechoslovakia
    1992 Art First, London, England
    Hope & Optimism Portfolio, (traveling prints) Oxford, England, Gibraltar, India
    1991 Editions, Basel, Switzerland
    Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB
    1990 Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON
    1989 Los Angeles Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA
    1988 Alberta College of Art, Calgary, AB
    1987 GH Dalsheimer Gallery, Baltimore, MD
    University of New Brunswick (traveling exhibition): Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, NB
    1986 Theo Waddington Art Gallery, London, England
    Los Angeles Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA
    Expo '86, Vancouver, BC
    1986 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    1985 Chicago Art Fair, Chicago, IL
    Edmonton Art Gallery, ‘Canadian Contemporary Art,’ Edmonton, AB
    ‘Fourteen Saskatchewan Painters,’ MacKenzie Gallery, Regina, SK
    1984 Mendel Art Gallery, ‘Saskatchewan Open,’ Saskatoon, SK
    Elca London Art Gallery, Montréal, QC
    Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK
    1983 Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK
    1982-83 Virginia Christopher Galleries, Calgary, AB
    1982 Elca London Art Gallery, Montréal, QC
    Kenneth G Heffel Fine Art, Vancouver, BC
    Chicago Art Fair, Chicago, IL
    Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK
    1981 Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK
    Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB, (traveling exhibition)
    University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK
    1980 Mount Royal College, Calgary, AB
    Queen Elizabeth Theatre Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK
    1978 Notre Dame University, Nelson, BC
    DeVooght Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    1977 Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC
    Topham Brown Gallery, Vernon, BC
    1966 Peter Ohler Gallery, Richmond, BC
    Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK

    EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
    2006-14 Arts Advisory Member, Lake Country, BC
    2012 Resident Artist in Taos, NM
    2011 Guest Artist, Emma Lake Workshop, Saskatchewan
    2010 Artist in Residence, San Rafael, Argentina, guest lecturer
    2008 Island Mountain Arts, painting mentor, Wells BC
    Guest Artist, ‘Nord 69,’ a sailing/global warming awareness expedition around North America, (filmed documentary)
    2007 Documentary ‘David Alexander,’ ‘Landscape as Muse’ on Bravo, Knowledge Network, SCN, Canadian television networks
    2006 Artist/Mentor, Slocan City, BC
    Guest artist in Residence, Morris Graves Foundation, Loleta, CA
    2005 Visiting Artist, Georgian College, Barrie, ON
    Guest Artist, Painting Workshop, Georgian College of Design & Visual Arts
    2003 Visiting Artist, Keyano College, AB
    Visiting Artist, Victoria School, Edmonton, AB
    2002 Visiting Artist in residence, Iceland
    Board Member, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    1999 Juror, Manitoba Arts Council, Winnipeg, MB
    Visiting Artist, Iceland Academy of Fine Arts, Reykjavik, Iceland
    Visiting Artist, Georgian College, Barrie, ON
    'About the Rock,’ Curator, Canadian Touring Exhibition
    Visiting Artist, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
    Guest Artist, Painting Workshop, Georgian College of Design & Visual Arts
    1998 Visiting Artist, Wilfred Grenfell, Cornerbrook, NF
    Visiting Artist, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON
    1997 Guest Artist, Painting Workshop, Georgian College of Design & Visual Arts
    'Residency in Newfoundland,’ Guest Artist, Painting Workshop, Pouch Cove, NF
    ‘Contemporary Canadian Landscape,’ Co-curator, Kenderine Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    Visiting Artist, Thompson Art Gallery, Owen Sound, ON
    Artist in Residence, Georgian College, Barrie, ON
    Visiting Artist, Okanagan University, Kelowna, BC
    1991-97 Instructor of drawing and painting, St. Peters College, SK
    1995-96 ‘Paintings on Paper of Emily Carr,’ Co-curator, traveling exhibition with John O’Brian of UBC, Art History Department, Vancouver, BC
    1996 Guest Artist, Painting Workshop ’Residency in Newfoundland,’ Pooch Cove, Newfoundland
    Co-curator, ’Contemporary Canadian Landscape’ Exhibition, 1996 Kenderdine Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    Visiting Artist, Tom Thomson Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario
    Artist in Residence, Georgian College, Barrie, Ontario
    Visiting Artist, Okanagan University, Kelowna, British Columbia
    1994 Arctic Institute of North America, Painting Workshop, Kluane, YT
    Juror, Saskatchewan Arts Board
    Instructor of Painting, Guest artist, Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, Halifax, NS
    1993 Visiting Artist, Portland College, Portland, OR
    1992 Visiting Artist, Grande Prairie College, Grande Prairie, AB
    1991-97 Drawing & Painting Instructor, St. Peter’s College, Saskatchewan
    1991 Visiting Artist, Keyano College, Fort McMurray, AB
    1990 Juror, Manitoba Arts Council
    Visiting Artist, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB
    1989 Visiting Artist, Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, Halifax, NS
    Visiting Artist, Prince George, BC
    1988 Juror, Manitoba Arts Council
    1987 Instructor of Painting, Guest artist, Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, Halifax, NS
    1986 Juror, Canada Council Art Bank
    Canada Council Visiting Artist, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
    Canada Council Visiting Artist, Dundas School of Art, Dundas, ON
    1985 Canada Council Visiting Artist, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC
    Instructor of Painting, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK
    1984 Participant, Emma Lake Workshop (V. Tatransky, critic/writer - New York;
    T. Scott, sculptor, London, England)
    1983 Workshop Coordinator, Emma Lake (L Zox, painter - New York; C. Millard, curator/critic, Hirshorn Museum Washington, DC)
    Guest Artist, Boston Museum School, Boston, MA
    Instructor of Drawing, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK
    1982 Workshop Coordinator, Emma Lake (S. Boxer, painter, New York; James Woolfe, sculptor, New York)
    'Emma Lake Now,’ Curator, Library Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    University of Saskatchewan, M.F.A. Exhibition, Saskatoon
    Graduate Research: London, Paris, Giverny, France, New York and Boston
    Guest Artist, Boston Museum School, Boston, MA
    Instructor of Drawing, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK
    1981 Curator, ’Emma Lake Now,’ Francis Morrison Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    1980-85 University of Saskatchewan, M.F.A. Exhibition, Saskatoon, Graduate Research: London, Paris, Giverny, New York and Boston
    1979 Emma Lake Artists Workshop Saskatchewan participant (Freidl Dzubas, painter, Boston) (John Elderfield, director of drawing and sculpture), Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
    Notre Dame University, B.F.A.
    Vancouver City College, Vancouver, BC
    Langara Art Department (painting, drawing), Vancouver, BC
    1975-78 Notre Dame University - B.F.A.,painting and sculpture
    1971-72 Vancouver City College, Langara Art Dept., painting
    1967-70 Vancouver Art School, Extension and Audit, photography & painting

    SCHOLARSHIPS/AWARDS
    2012 Helene Wurlitzer Foundation Award, Taos, NM
    1993 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance (High Arctic trip)
    1990 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance (drawing trip - Scotland)
    1988 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance (drawing trip - High Arctic)
    1984 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance
    1982 Saskatchewan Arts Board Individual Assistance
    Saskatchewan Open, Mendel Art Gallery (purchase)
    University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    1980 Canada Council (projects)
    University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    1978 Kootenay School of Art, Nelson, BC
    Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN
    1976 City of Nelson, Nelson, BC

    RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS
    2014 Iceland, Faroe Islands
    2013 New Mexico
    2011-12 Grand Canyon, South West Desert
    2008 ‘Around North America Expedition,’ High Arctic in Canada and USA
    ‘Nord 69,’ Argentina Oct/Nov. Nevada, Arizona
    California
    2006 Washington, Oregon, California
    2005 Utah and Nevada
    2002 Iceland
    Northern Ontario/ Quebec
    2000 Northern Ontario/ Quebec
    1999 Iceland/ Holland/Germany
    1996 New Mexico and Arizona
    Northern Ontario/ Quebec
    1994 Northern Ontario/ Quebec
    1993 Greenland
    1993 Baffin Island
    1990 Northern Scotland and England
    1989 Orkney Islands, Shetland Islands
    California
    1988 Ellesmere Island, (Canadian Arctic)
    1986 London, Paris, NYC, Boston
    1985 London, Paris, NYC, Boston
    1983 London, Paris, NYC, Boston
    1981 London, Paris, NYC, Boston

    REVIEWS/ARTICLES
    2014 Drawn into Taos,Hulse, Warman Gallery,Taos New Mexico
    Okanagan Artists in their studios,by Patricia Ainslie,published by Frontenac House,Calgary Ab.
    The Shape of Place,McGill Queens University Press,Montreal
    2012 ‘The Shape of Place’ published by Queens University Press, Montreal
    2008 ‘Landscape as Muse,’ March 13, TV film documentary
    2006 Harper’s Magazine, NYC, July
    2005 Galleries West, Spring Issue
    2004 Gary Michael Dault, The Globe & Mail, Toronto, May 8
    Edmonton Journal, Persistent Ideas from an Imperfect Land, November 30
    2002 Arts, Star Phoenix, June 1
    Morgunbladid, Reykjavik, July 17
    Menning, Reykjavik, July 6
    Postudagur, Reykjavik, July 5
    2001 Artweek, ‘This Rock is a Magnificent Muse,’ McLean’s Magazine
    2000 Gary Michael Dault, ‘The End of the Earth,’ Canadian Art
    1998 ‘Gathered Into Earth,’ Artweek, November
    Evening Telegraph, St. John's Newfoundland, February 13
    ‘Painters Newfoundland,’ Arts Atlantic
    1997 Whyte Museum, Banff, Alberta articles:
    1. One Step, Removed - Cairn
    2. Wonderful and Terrible Power
    ‘One Step Removed,’ Vanderleelie Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB, Catalogue
    Border Crossings, Summer Issue
    1997 Border Crossings, ‘Pride of Influence,’ Winnipeg, MN
    1996 ‘Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas,’ Santa Fe, NM; Museum of Tuscon, Tucson, AZ; Art Museum of S. Texas, Corpus Christi, TX; Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA; Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY; Gibbes Museum, Charleston, SC; Catalogue
    Border Crossings, Winter Issue
    1995 Encyclopedia of Acrylic Techniques, Harrison, London, England
    1994 ‘Continental Drift’, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, (Kelowna Art Gallery, Swift Current), Catalogue
    Greenland Drawings, St. Peters Press, Saskatchewan, Catalogue
    1992 Christopher Hume, The Toronto Star, September 17, Section E, pg. 5
    Kate Taylor, Canadian Art Reviews, Toronto, Winter, Volume 9 & 27, pg. 69
    Kate Taylor, The Globe & Mail, Toronto, September 18
    1991 Richard Jaques, The Scotsman, Edinburgh, Scotland, Tuesday, November12
    1991 Kerri Philpott, Fort McMurray News, Sunday, March 24, The Arts
    Christina Sabat, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Newspaper
    ‘Alexander Breaks out of West Coast Mould,’ Star Phoenix, Saskatoon
    John O'Brian, ‘The Flat Side of the Landscape,’ Mendel Gallery Publication, pg. 90
    1988 Christina Sabat, Arts Atlantic, Fall, pg. 3
    Contemporary 88, Olympic Arts, Calgary, January, pg. 33
    The Canadian Encyclopedia
    Canadian Painters Section, Hurtig Press, Edmonton, Alberta
    1987 Elizabeth Godley, Entertainment C5, Review, October 14, pg. 16
    John Dorsey, Baltimore Sun, Review
    Bennard Perlman, Baltimore Daily Record
    Terrance Heath, Border Crossings, Prairie Achdemonics, pg. 53
    1986 Ken Moffatt, Stamford, Connecticut, Vol 1, December, Newsletter (Arts)
    Edmonton Art Gallery, Update, Vol.7, pg. 67
    Joan Bornsa, Out of Saskatchewan, Expo 86, pg. 14
    1985-86 Alison Brannen, Canadian Print Portfolio, Winter and Spring V.2, #4, V.3 #1, pg 7
    Ken Carpenter, Vie des Arts, Vol.30 #1, December - Winter, pg. 36
    1985 Robert Enright, Canadian Art Review, Winter, pg. 84
    Peter Millard, ‘Expanding the Tradition,’ Canadian Art, Winter
    Clyde McConnel, The Art Post, Vol.1, August–September, pg. 26
    1984-85 Canadian Art, Winter, pg. 54
    1984 Lawrence Sabbath, Montreal Gazette, Review Arts, Saturday, May 31
    1983 Peter Millar, ‘At The Crossroads - Painting in Saskatoon,’ Winter, pg. 28
    Margaret Hyniuk, ‘Emerging Arts are on Display,’ Leader Post, Regina, March 31
    Beth Evans, ‘Rhythm and Colour,’ Vancouver Courier, April 27
    D. Burnett and M. Schiff, Contemporary Canadian Art, Hurtig Publishers
    1982 Carol Phillips, Arts Canada, pg. VI

    PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
    Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia
    Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, AB
    Museum London, London, ON
    Glenbow Museum, Calgary AB
    Grant MacEwan Community College, Edmonton, AB
    Canadian Embassy, Warsaw, Poland
    Canadian Embassy, Beijing, China
    Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ON
    Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN
    Belkin Art Gallery, University of B.C. Vancouver, BC
    University of British Columbia, Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC
    Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB
    Grant MacEwan Community College, Edmonton, AB
    Kelowna Art Gallery, BC
    Keyano College, Ft. McMurray, AB
    University of Lethbridge, AB
    Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC
    Dunlop Gallery, Regina, SK
    MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
    Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
    Saskatchewan Arts Board Collection, Regina, SK
    University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK
    Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ON
    Georgian College, Barrie, ON
    McLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON
    McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, ON
    Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON
    Tom Thompson Gallery, Owen Sound, ON
    University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
    Concordia University, Montréal, QC
    Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB
    Department of External Affairs, Manila, Philippines & Melbourne, Australia
    Institute of Art, Hafnarfjordur, Iceland
    Dept. of Foreign Affairs, Berlin, Germany; Warsaw, Poland; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    Grand Forks Art Gallery, BC
    Morris Graves Foundation, Loleta, CA
    Hart House,University of Toronto,Toronto
    Helene Wurlitzer Foundation,Taos New Mexico

    CORPORATE COLLECTIONS
    Stantec Inc., Edmonton, Alberta Metropolitan Towers, Vancouver, British Columbia B.C. Gas, Vancouver, British Columbia B.C. Lotteries Foundation, British Columbia First City Trust, Vancouver, British Columbia Esso Resources, Calgary, Alberta Husky Oil, Calgary, Alberta Imperial Oil, Calgary, Alberta Nova Corporation, Calgary, Alberta Pan-Oil, Calgary, Alberta Petro-Can, Calgary, Alberta Shell Resources, Calgary, Alberta Canadian Airlines International, Edmonton, Alberta McCarthy, Tetrault, Vancouver and Toronto Atelier Baraness&Cawker,Nice, France Cruickshank Karvellas, Barristers & Solicitors, Edmonton, Alberta Hughes Petroleum, Edmonton, Alberta Sterling Crane, Edmonton, AB Rick Arndt Architect, Edmonton, Alberta Stanley Technology Group, Edmonton, Alberta Syncrude Canada, Edmonton, Alberta TD Evergreen Investments, Edmonton, Alberta Wood Gundy, Edmonton Saskatchewan Potash Corporation, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Telecommunications, Regina, Saskatchewan Bank of Montreal, Winnipeg, Manitoba Armak Chemicals, Toronto, Ontario Burroughs Memorex Inc., Toronto, Ontario Canadian General Electric, Toronto, Ontario Dupont Canada, Toronto, Ontario Granite Club, Toronto, Ontario Guaranty Trust, Toronto, Ontario Hewlett Packard, Toronto, Ontario Hiram Walker, Toronto, Ontario McLean Hunter Publishers, Toronto, Ontario McMillan and Binch, Toronto, Ontario Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, Toronto, Ontario Suncor Inc., Toronto, Ontario Sunlife Assurance, Toronto, Ontario Toronto Dominion Bank, Toronto, Ontario Trimark Investments, Toronto, Ontario Air Canada, Montreal, Quebec Leopold Properties, Montreal, Quebec Pratt and Whitney, Montreal, Quebec Power Corp., Montreal, Quebec Royal Trust, Montreal, Quebec Teleglobe Canada, Montreal, Quebec Via Rail, Montreal, Quebec Westbourne Industries, Montreal, Quebec Hudson`s Bay Oil, Denver, Colorado Stikeman and Elliott, New York Korean Energy, Seoul, Korea Rothchilds Inc. CIBC – Montreal, Quebec Emaar Properties, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Capital Guardian (Canada) Inc., Toronto, Ontario Waterclub, Toronto, Ontario MGM – Communications TransAlta, Calgary, Alberta Koch Industries, Kansas
    Royal Bank, Canada

    Source: courtesy the artist