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We started our gallery in March of 2016 with full intentions of helping promote local talent. We weren't disappointed.

News and Events

17" Poster paper is now available. You design it and we will print it. You know those posters you see in the windows and bulletin boards trying to get your attention for an upcoming event? We are now able to do those for you. Call, email or message us on Facebook for more details.

June 23, 2018 - Wetaskiwin Arts & Music Festival

Taking place at By The Lake Park in Wetaskiwin, this annual event  is quickly becoming a "must see". There are tons of artists and musicians on hand selling and performing live music and art demonstrations. As well, there are different kinds of food available, demonstrations by dancers, martial arts and more. this is a non-alcoholic fun filled family outing. 9:30am - 9:30pm.

We are proud to say that we have in our own way, been a supporter of this local hockey team, the Shooting Penguins. We may be a little biased because our daughter is the coach and our grandson plays on it :). If it's for the kids, we're all for it!

Starting in 2018, we are happy to announce that we will soon be able to put your images on metal. Because we are local, you don't have to pay for shipping & handling from other parts of the country or the USA. Call us for details or contact us here.

We now have Art Glass. What does this mean? Instead of buying the expensive Museum glass, you have another option at a cheaper price to have museum looking glass. Click here for details.

As a supporter of the Wetaskiwin Theatre Society, we are always proud to photograph any and all events happening at the theatre. Wether it be a play, musical or music event, we do our best to help promote as well. With that being said, we will be creating a page devoted to just that, but will also include other events in our region as we are able to get to them. 

We have items on sale. Check them out here
 

Passport photos and Firearms license photos are now available at a very reasonable price - $12.99 for a set of two photographs. If you are not happy with them or they are rejected for whatever reason, we will retake them for you at no charge.

This page is to help keep you informed of news, events, sales and more in store and within the Wetaskiwin arts community. Check back often as you never know what might be happening.

We have updated our Copyright page. Please take the time to read it carefully.

New arrivals in click here to see the art

 

We have a new process done right in our Gallery. We do not send away to have it done.

Dry mounting is now available. If you would like to have a photograph, a puzzle or other items (flat surfaces) mounted onto a dry mount foam board, we can now do that for you. Below is a picture of a sample puzzle (not for sale) we did for our little buddy. Example: 16"x20" (mounting only) is only $16.00. That's only $0.05 per sq/in.

The only background colors available are black and white at this time, however if you get it framed, and/or a matte you can choose from a multitude of colors as all frames and mattes can be custom built to your needs. The great part about this is that if you wanted to remove your art/photo, etc. from the foam board (why would you want to?), it's as simple as using a hair dryer and slowly removing it. Come down to our Gallery and see for yourself.

 (Marvel TM is a registered trademark) Item in photograph is not for sale

 

The Race for Kids event is in Wetaskiwin on June 4, 2016. Please get involved and help support the Boys and Girls Club.
 

The Special Olympics in Wetaskiwin and Alberta. (Contact Blain Fuller email)

Loverboy concert featuring Wetaskwin's own Dead End Drive as the opening act - June 18, 2016

Wetaskiwin Air Show - July 20, 2016

 

We are proud to have housed the items for a Silent Auction in May 2016 and helped raise funds ($1970.00) for the Canadian Red Cross helping those in need due to the fires in Alberta. Special thanks to Jody Napier for setting this all up.
(Photo credit Wetaskiwin Times)

 

 

Race for Kids 2016

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