Kiwanis Art Gallery


Works by Members of the Red Deer Art Club

Canyon Light
Oil, 2020
Joan Clement

Local art club members weigh their creative options for Scale exhibition

You’ll see Red Deer Art Club members zooming in and zooming out at their upcoming exhibition – even when nobody’s moving. The contributing artists took on the theme of “Scale” for the juried show, with many creating images that zoom in to magnify the tiny or pull back to view the landscape from a grander scale. Still others blended the two, creating unique perspectives with brain-teasing results.

Of course, large versus small isn’t the only concept of scale. Scales measure anything from a sack of sugar to tonal values, giving the artists the opportunity to work in two or three interpretations in a single piece. See how many examples of scale you can find in each work.

Red Deer Arts Council is pleased to present Scale: Works by Members of the Red Deer Art Club held in the Viewpoint Gallery at the Cultural Services Building (5205 48 Avenue) in partnership with the Red Deer Arts Council’s Kiwanis Gallery. As our gallery is closed until December, City of Red Deer Culture Services has kindly provided the Viewpoint Gallery space for this exhibit.

Dates for the exhibit are November 18 to December 23, 2020.

Open to the public, Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

First Friday Opening: December 4 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.Artists will be in attendance. Please practice social distancing and wear a mask.Low contact refreshments will be provided. Many works are available for purchase.


The Red Deer Art Club has been active in Red Deer since 1948. They promote and encourage two-dimensional art for adults. Their members number around forty. They welcome any who have the same urge to create art as well as follow their values of encouragement and diversity in art.

Full Moon
Watercolour/Ink, 2020
Margaret Downing