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Thu. January 1st 2015
Canada On Canvas Brandy Saturley @  Victoria Premium Automobiles (All Ages)
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Brandy Saturley

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Canadian Pop Realism from Victoria BC

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Brandy Saturley
art@brandysaturley.com
250-208-0025

Brandy Saturley is a multiple award-winning Canadian visual artist, living and working in Victoria, British Columbia.
Original fine art paintings and image licensing. Signature subjects include; Canadiana, Landscapes, Portraits and Canadian sport such as hockey.

Saturley is a contemporary Canadian artist whose practice includes painting, photography, installation, collage and writing. Her “Canadianisms” series has toured Canada-wide, garnering the Canadian artist notoriety as the voice of Canadian Pop Art. Notable public galleries, venues and corporate collections include; Colart Collection (Larry Rossy Trust), Gallery @501 - Edmonton, Okotoks Art Gallery – Calgary, Papermill Gallery – Toronto, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, TELUS Convention Centre at Glenbow Museum, Canadian Tire, Canadian Olympic Committee headquarters, billboards Times Square, NYC. Self-published works on file with ARTEXTE Montreal. Notable Press/Texts: University of New Brunswick (Unsettling Canadian Art) Whitehot Magazine NYC, Art Reveal UK, CBC Arts, Forbes, Galleries West Magazine, Visual Overture Magazine, Art Avenue Magazine, Victoria Times-Colonist, Okotoks Western Wheel, Sherwood Park News, Canmore Leader News, City Vancouver, SHAW TV, and Sportsnet. Recently served as juror on City of Saanich Canada150 Public Art Committee. Education: Royal College of Art London, Engalnd, BFA Emily Carr University, Associate Degree Visual Arts Camosun College, Associate Degree Film Production Victoria Motion Picture School. Before entering the traditional art world Saturley worked in the motion picture industry in Victoria and Vancouver Canada. Her time in the industry included working on a live broadcast documentary series produced by the Royal BC Museum in partnership with the Smithsonian Institute.

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