Author: The Art of Brandy Saturley

Relentless explorer, full-time visual artist, painter, photographer, published writer and music lover. Film geek, Art geek and Music geek. Nature lover. Living in Canadaland.

13 Years of Art Making

red coat rocky mountains aerial view

A really BIG Art Show to ring in year 14! It is true that in some cultures, the number 13 is lucky. Last year I entered my 13th year of making my sole living off of making Art, full-time. July 1st every year, which coincidentally is Canada Day, always marks the anniversary of my Art business. […]

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Canada Day 2020 Art Show

Canadian artist Brandy Saturley

Celebrating a decade making Pop Canadianisms. It’s June 29, 2020 and the news keeps reminding us that ‘these are challenging times’ and they definitely are, but for artists and people that work in the Arts, we are always in challenging times, it goes with the job description. Art has the ability to uplift, create beauty, […]

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Symbolically Yours From Canada

Brandy Saturley Gallery Canadian Paintings

A Symbolic journey across Canada, through the eyes of a Canadian Artist I began life on an island on the western-most point in Canada, like a puzzle piece that was never placed in the final map of Canada. As a consequence, my preoccupation became everything that existed in my country, but not my island home. […]

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Artist and Intuition

painting by Brandy Saturley

“What I capture in spite of myself, interests me more than my own ideas.” ~ Pablo Picasso I have been thinking a lot lately about intuition and art, and how I have become more aware of how much I access the subliminal mind to communicate, where words fail to flow freely from my mouth. While I […]

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A Canadian Portrait Project

The People of Canada Gallery is now open! The Official Gallery of the People of Canada Portrait Project. Hundreds of photos, dozens of stories, 20 final portraits. You are invited to join us at the inaugural exhibition of the People of Canada Portrait Project. The paintings in this exhibition span six years. In 2014, I […]

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