Red Deer College presents Falls by James Trevelyan
This exhibition is from two residencies at the Leighton Colony, Banff Centre done in May 2015 and June 2016 and focuses on the Falls in the Banff area- done in various stylistic interpretations- from realism, expressionism, cubism and Deco styles. It includes large charcoal drawings, paintings on paper and works on canvas.
March 3 – April 23, 2017
Where: Welikoklad Event Centre | 4922 49 St, Red Deer, AB
Opening Reception: Friday, March 3, 7-9pm
James Trevelyan was born in Calgary and raised in Edmonton.
He completed his BFA in Drawing and Painting at the University of Calgary and received his MFA there in 1984. Since then he has taught art at Grande Prairie Regional College, Keyano College in Fort McMurray, The Extension Division of The University of Alberta and has taught Painting and Art History at Red Deer College from 1994 to the present day.
James calls himself a “creative naturalist”, exploring various aspects of the landscape, it’s flora and fauna in an ‘essential’ or expressive manner. His work is in major corporate and public collections across Canada, Britain, France, Japan and the USA.
James teaches Painting, Drawing & Design At Red Deer College, Alberta.