Learning to express through art is hard work. For Annette Resler, an artist who draws, paints, and writes, living a creative life helps to connect the dots.
As the owner/designer of Hekkal & Hyde, Heidi Klaassen shared this photo of one of her most important tools—her hands.
Calgary-based scribbler and scrawler Helen Hajnoczky shares a moving story along with her capture of a cracked, and repaired, sidewalk.
Community art facilitator Wendy Lees likes to use recycled or re-purposed materials as much as possible and can be found creating outside the Central Library.
Pursuing art for the last few years, David Youn is a local photographer who creates dynamic narratives in single frame two-dimensional images.
Rocio Graham uses organic materials that are methodically planned, planted, nursed, and harvested in her backyard for later use in her compositions.
A photographer, artist, and self-appointed explorer-in-residence, Julya Hajnoczky’s practice is inspired by tiny components that make up natural ecosystems.
For Calgary-based artist and photographer Maxwell Webber, if you are passionate about something, you can find the time to practice it.
Artist and painter Dayna Bordage rarely finds creativity, creativity finds her—and she must be present and available to be found.