Galia Kwetny - a Canadian painter of abstracted landscapes whose recent research explores ways in which migration and displacement is reflected in visual arts. Galia works in oil, synthetic polymer, mixed media, and collage.

Public Art Commission: 

2012                Sky Train Richmond Station Artist Column, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


2005                Mural Painting of Scenes of Israeli Life for the Heritage Days
                       Israeli Pavilion, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 


Group Exhibitions:

2013              Female Artists in Canadian Landscape exhibition, Vorres Museum, Athens, Greece

 

2013              Water and Skies 3 artists show at Artribute Art School and Gallery, Red Deer, Alberta,, Canada


2012               Alberta New Contemporaries Recent Graduates
                      exhibition Esker Foundation Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada


2012               Here + There, MAA Graduate exhibition 2012
                      Charles Scott Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

2012               Unstable Natures, Recent International Graduates Exhibition, Latitude 53 Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta,

                      Canada

2011               Upon Occasion exhibition of 2012 MAA students
                      Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art+Design, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
           

2009               BFA Graduation Class juried show  

                      University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada


Solo Exhibitions:

2012               Connecting Places

                       Harris-Warke Gallery, Sunworks, Red Deer, Alberta

                      http://www.reddeeradvocate.com/entertainment/Making_a_connection_2012_184843191.html


2012               Terrains Vagues
                        The Little Gallery, Department of Art, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada        

                                                                                                                                                 
2009               Allusions                                                                                     
                        Front Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada