Each year, Alberta Printmakers (A/P) holds a non-juried show, silent auction, and print exchange to showcase the work of local and international print artists, and to raise funds towards Alberta Printmakers’ artistic and educational programming.


RECEPTION and Sale: Sponsored by CADA, the AFA, Jameson Irish Whiskey, and Village Brewery. Featuring DJ Close to Modern.

Prizes: Sponsored by Christine Klassen Gallery, Tesera Systems, and Studio T Design.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Mahwish Ahmed, Alden Alfon, Gabrielle Arrizza, Kate Baillies, Scott Baird, Gilles Boenisch, Carole Bondaroff, Jennifer Byrnes, Tara Cooper, Claire Coutts, John Cox, Ainsley Dack, Lillianne Daigle, Bethany Drake, Oliver Dunbar, Kathryn Dutchak, Mark Eadie, Nicole Edmond, Ryan Ericksen, Randie Feil, Alison Frank, Brandon Giessmann, Max Gregory, Paul Hammacott, Michele James, Tim Knudsen, Tee Kundu, Jessica Lannigan, Margot van Lindenberg, Raegan Little, Marg McArdell, Andrew McKay, Shinobu Mitsuhashi, Lisa Molvig, Marzieh Mosavarzadeh, Sumi Perera, Anne Petrie, Carrie Phillips Kieser, Robert Pugh, Hannah Raper, Kaitlin Reckord, Melissa Roa Huapaya, Sofia Roy, Mitsuko Sakurada, Elmira Sarreshtehdari, Nadine Simec, Angela Smyth, Richard Steiner, Catherine Tam, Emily Thomas, Kale Vandenbroek, Jesse Wardell, Darby Womack.


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Alberta Printmakers
Alberta Printmakers
Alberta Printmakers

Alberta Printmakers

4025 4th St SE Calgary, AB


At this time, the A/P gallery is closed to all visitors. 

CURBSIDE PICK UP for online purchases is still available. Please contact us for details.


Regular Gallery hours when we can reopen safely:

Wednesday: 10am - 8pm

Thursday - Saturday: 10am-5pm

Robert Pugh (United Kingdom)

"Rain" Etching and aquatint People have been the subject of my etchings for the last 4 years. I have wanted to make images of people that makes you feel their experience. Etching is an ideal medium for this kind of work because of its scale and the intensity of the marks. It enables you to develop images of a range of human experience. The fact that it is a multiple and not a unique, precious, object makes its subject more accessible.