The Best Paintings of 2022 Voted by You, Artwork Of The Year.

Thirty-four original acrylic paintings on canvas, that is how many new works I created in 2022. We narrowed this down to four paintings that we thought were the best this year, and then asked you to narrow it down to one painting, selecting Artwork of The Year for 2022. In a year that included contemporary pop realism paintings of canoes on lakes, polar bears, elk, snowy landscapes and people enjoying many different outdoor activities, the stories I was writing on canvas emitted a joy and love for life. These paintings were filled with wonder and a lust for wandering. Some moments influenced by Canadian popular culture and some by the experiences I was having during my travels of the year. There was a nod to The Queen and Nanaimo Bars. Solidarity with Ukraine and the strength and spirit of men and women. I played with creating in place at the Banff Centre and in Maui, Hawaii. In my Victoria BC studio, I was dreaming up narrative’s about my past and future journeys.

Here are four paintings we narrowed the year down to, telling visual stories on canvas. Listed in order of votes received, the number one painting of 2022 as voted by you, is Dreaming Under Northern Lights.

1. Dreaming Under Northern Lights
Artwork of the year

Crisp northern air, standing under the aurora borealis. A girl in a fur trimmed parka gazes up at the northern sky and watches the dance of light. Dreaming under the night sky and the magical dance of the Northern lights. 

2. Golden Hour in the Heart of Canoeland
Artwork of the year

Two scarlet red canoes meet at sunset, on a lake in Canada. In the distance two snow peaked mountain ranges, and a swoosh of clouds. The tree line bordering the lake sparkles with shades of emerald and lime green. Reflections on a perfect moment shared in nature. Perhaps a skinny dip? where are those canoe lovers.

3. Ukraine Strong
Canadian Artist Brandy Saturley

Portrait of the artist in Ukrainian headdress, honouring her heritage and in support of Ukraine. She wears a blue collar flannel of red and black check, the quintessential Canadian business shirt. A Canadian Ukrainian with a pysanka egg of Ukraine flag yellow and blue resting between bicep and forearm. Against a background of wheat fields and blue sky.

4. Vermillion Canoes
artwork of the year

In the land of Vermillion Lakes, with mount Rundle with it’s distinctive slope outline in the distance. Two red canoes sit at sunset, the owners not to be seen. Perhaps an evening skinny dip or picnic. Filled with hues on sunset from red to orange and pink, a grassy fringe in the foreground frames the piece. Clouds like short brushstrokes sweep the sky. A piece meant for a large feature wall, it measures 3×5 feet. In a series that includes Sunset in the Heart of Canoeland, created in March 2022.

Thank you for reading and voting! See all the paintings Canadian Artist Brandy Saturley made in 2022.

12 SMALL WORKS SALE: Banff Paintings for Collecting

In November 2022, I spent two weeks painting at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. During my time in Banff I had some days to explore Banff National Park and capture photos and videos of awe-inspiring locations in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. From Banff Centre campus to Lake Minnewanka, Bow Lake, Vermillion Lakes, and North Saskatchewan River crossing I covered some ground. Banff paintings for collecting: these 12 small works of art are for sale and make an excellent opportunity to become a collector of the artworks of Brandy Saturley, small paintings to begin a collection, gift to a client or friend and even fill out an existing collection of Canadian Art. These paintings tell stories of Banff in the details, from the wildlife to the mountains, trees, lakes and snow, these are my interpretations of Banff in Winter.

Banff Paintings for Collecting

12 small paintings about Banff from Brandy Saturley

Banff Paintings for Collecting

Side view – paintings all have red edges, distinctly Canadian palettes

Banff Paintings for Collecting

A favourite piece in the Banff small paintings series – Snowbear, 12×12, acrylic on canvas, 2022

The beauty is mesmerizing in the Winter in Banff. Part magical wonderland and part natural wonder, it is a feast for the eyes that touches the soul. The palette of colours ranges from Ultramarine to teal blue-green, with light setting ice crystals ablaze throwing soft pastel hues across the landscapes. These 12 small paintings offer a starting point for larger works that will capture the magical stories contained within these locations.

Featuring locations within Banff National Park, these Canadian landscape paintings are small treasures. It is not often I paint small works, and this offers an opportunity for a whole new group of art collectors access to my work. These paintings are for landscape lovers, mountain lovers, nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Little gems from the North.

These 12 small paintings are now available to collect, view the collection now. 

The Art of Winter – at Adele Campbell Fine Art in Whistler, Canada

The 29th annual Art of Winter Exhibition starts this weekend in Whistler, BC showcasing a diverse range of new artworks by Canadian visual artists from across Canada. An eclectic range of new fine art arrivals from painting, to sculpture and photography. Available paintings will continue to be present in the gallery and online from November 26th-January 1st, 2023.

Works by Brandy Saturley featured in this art exhibition tell visual stories on canvas, set in winter landscapes. These paintings of love in the mountains, the northern lights and a surreal piece with a figure skater perched atop a tower of Nanaimo bars. Inspired by the snow and ‘winter wonderland’ feeling of being in bright snowy landscapes, these paintings offer collectors an exhilarating and uplifting escape from the everyday. With vivid and textured backgrounds that incorporate abstract elements, shapes and forms. The focal point of these pieces centers around figurative elements and central characters that tell the story of these familiar locations in the Canadian landscape. Winter themed paintings in time for Christmas art collecting and art giving season.

Art of Winter Whistler

The Kiss Acrylic on Gallery Canvas 36 x 48 in $7,500

Art of Winter Whistler

Dreaming Under The Northern Lights Acrylic on Gallery Canvas 36 x 36 in $5,500

Art of Winter Whistler

On Top of Nanaimo Bars Acrylic on Gallery Canvas 40 x 30 in $5,100

You’ll find Whistler in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia just two hours north of Vancouver. This legendary ski destination is an international mountain sports mecca and a down-to-earth mountain town with some of the best art galleries in Western Canada. Two side-by-side mountains spanned by the world-record-breaking Gondola give access to Whistler Blackcomb’s renowned alpine terrain, drawing hikers, skiers and mountain bikers in search of mind-blowing landscapes. Sparkling glacier-fed lakes, towering old-growth forests, waterfalls, beaches, parks and golf courses are linked by a network of paved valley trails. This place teems with life and it is reflected in the Art you will find in the town.

See more paintings by Victoria BC based painter, Brandy Saturley, available through Adele Campbell Fine Art.

Top 10 Best Paintings 2022 – Art in Canada

Every year we review the top 10 paintings of the year, highlighting the best artworks created by Brandy Saturley. This year was a year filled with figurative paintings reflecting Canadian culture, landscapes, outdoor pastimes and icons. There were many portraits painted in 2022, northern skies, wildlife and paintings with canoes. With realistic foregrounds and focal points, set against vividly vibrating abstract backgrounds of form and colour. These modern pop art style paintings, sometimes feature kitschy elements of Canadian culture. With hard edged compositions and representational elements, these paintings tell visual stories of the subjects contained within. Please enjoy these top 10 best paintings created in 2022.

Imagine Canoe: A spiritual landscape at Lake Louise. A Blackfoot tribal chief in regalia and headdress stands at the head vantage point of Lake Louise, towards the glacier. A canoe of red with name inscribed ‘Imagine’. A stack of rocks that resembles a person in the foreground, another red canoe in the distance. Two eagles fly high in the sky above the vortex point of the glacier. The lake is depicted in summer, with tropical turquoise colours and uncovered mountains and trees. Imagine Lake Louise, imagine Peace.

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Imagine Canoe, original acrylic painting on canvas, 48×60, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

Golden Hour in The Heart of Canoeland: Two scarlet red canoes meet at sunset, on a lake in Canada. In the distance two snow peaked mountain ranges, and a swoosh of clouds. The tree line bordering the lake sparkles with shades of emerald and lime green. Reflections on a perfect moment shared in nature. Perhaps a skinny dip? where are those canoe lovers.

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Canoeland, original acrylic on canvas, 36×60, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

Wanderlust: A family carry a canoe named ‘Wanderlust’ a grand portage across dried creek beds to a lake. On top of the canoe a polar bear and a snow goose accept the offer of carriage to a cooler locale. As with many of my polar bear pieces they are joyful visual stories but also carry deeper more serious meaning.

Paintings Confronting Global Warming

Wanderlust, original acrylic on canvas, 36×60, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

Dreaming Under Northern Lights: Crisp northern air, standing under the aurora borealis. A girl in a fur trimmed parka gazes up at the northern sky and watches the dance of light. Dreaming under the night sky and the magical dance of the Northern lights.

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Dreaming Under Northern Lights, original acrylic on canvas, 36×36, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

Modern Canadian Elk: A mystical elk. A dreamy modern pop art take on a Canadian nature paint. Can you feel the spirit of the elk? Abstract forms an colour, along with a Northern lights sky create a dreamy scene.

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Modern Canadian Elk, original acrylic on canvas, 36×36, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

On Top of Nanaimo Bars: all covered in winter. A figure skater wearing a toque and red sweater, blowing a bubble is perched on top of a stack of Nanaimo bars, with Candy colours below. She holds a string of ice that flows into a vase or vessel, from which daffodil flowers burst. An icy lake and bridge behind with sky of violet blue peering through the trees. Painted around the time of the 2022 Beijing Olympic Games. A dreamy confectionary Canadian landscape.

top 10 best paintings 2022

On Top of Nanaimo Bars, original acrylic on canvas, 40×30, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

Surfing Rainbows: A west coast beach under dramatic skies of golden hour, post rain shower and rainbow. Surfers and beachcombers explore the beach, looking for the next wave or beach treasure. Symbolic of a west coast Vancouver Island day on the beaches of Tofino.

Top Vancouver Island Artist

Surfing Rainbows, original acrylic on canvas, 30×48, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

A Handful of Polar Bear: This little handful of fluffy white polar bear, sleeping silently, is surrounded by modern flora and fauna. He is perched in a dreamy slumber, on a bed of ice and has a tiny heart in his paw. Has almost an art deco feel – pop art deco.

top 10 best paintings 2022

Handful of Polar Bear, original acrylic on canvas, 48×36, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

Ukraine Strong: Portrait of the artist in Ukrainian headdress, honouring her heritage and in support of Ukraine. She wears a blue collar flannel of red and black check, the quintessential Canadian business shirt. A Canadian Ukrainian with a pysanka egg of Ukraine flag yellow and blue resting between bicep and forearm. Against a background of wheat fields and blue sky.

top 10 best paintings 2022

Ukraine Strong, original acrylic on canvas, 40×30, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

Royal Gaze: “It has been women who have breathed gentleness and care into the harsh progress of mankind.”
Painted during the month of Queen Elizabeth II passing and funeral. I wanted to honour The Queen in a portrait that captured her gaze, her warmth and her strength. This painting of The Queen features an undulating Union Jack flag in the background, her majesty is wearing the Diamond Diadem crown.

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Royal Gaze, original acrylic on canvas, 48×36, 2022 – Brandy Saturley

There you have it, our top 10 picks for best paintings of 2022 by Canadian Artist, Brandy Saturley. See more artworks by this Canadian painter here. You can also purchase the annual art catalogue featuring these works and more.

These 5 Paintings Are Confronting Global Warming in a Subtle Way

In recent years, as wildfires ignite across the globe and ocean levels rise, artists have been faced with expressing their feelings in paint about the crisis of our times. We are seeing more Art and paintings confronting the global warming crisis, more than ever. We can feel the urgency in our bones to address social and political issues as we are vessels of society who soak it all in and pour it out onto the canvas. For me, I have felt the call and seen these issues subtly and subconsciously spill into in my art over the years. It is impossible to ignore, when you feel the heat and see the floods. Art can be a beacon of hope, lighting the way and compelling us to act. It most certainly compels me to paint, offering a beautiful and visual way to express my thoughts on the global conversation.

I decided to address global warming and climate change from the perspective of the polar bear. As these great white bears find their icy hunting grounds shrinking and they travel further afoot to search for food, they are adapting to new terrain in order to survive.

Here are 5 polar bear paintings confronting global warming;

Paintings Confronting Global Warming

1. Wanderlust – painting of polar bear and snow goose being carried by a family on a canoe.

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2. King of The Polar Bears – painting of a polar bear riding on top of a Jeep.

Paintings Confronting Global Warming

3. When Polar Bears Fly – painting of a polar bear jumping icebergs as they melt

Paintings Confronting Global Warming

4. Queen of The Polar Bears – painting of a female polar bear riding a Jeep through the prairies

Paintings Confronting Global Warming

5. Balance – painting of a polar bear balancing at the top of an iceberg raised by human hand on a platter

See more paintings addressing climate change and the Canadian experience.

From Vancouver Island to Maui; Five Paintings Inspired by Hawaii

Vancouver Island, off Canada’s Pacific Coast, is known for its mild climate and thriving arts community. Not unlike the Hawaiian Island of Maui, both islands inspire paintings of the ocean, the flora and fauna, and laid back vibes created by island life. While you could fit about 17 Maui’s into one Vancouver Island, there are a number of similarities between the islands and the culture. There is a vibrant surf community on both islands, and plentiful rainforest areas for exploring. While the ocean is colder and the sand grey on Vancouver Island, it doesn’t stop us from enjoying water sports of all kinds, just like on Maui. I haver always said that the perfect life would be splitting my time between painting and living in Canada and Hawaii. It is part of the reason I have explored Maui many times, each time coming home with photos, sketches and writing influenced by the time on the tropical Hawaiian gem. It is a place where many artists have escaped to over the years to recharge and immerse themselves in nature. One of my favourite historical painters, Georgia O’Keeffe – visited Maui, Kauai, Oahu, and the Island of Hawaii in 1939 and completed 20 paintings of flowers and landscapes in a span of nine weeks. Maui contemporary art first emerged in 1778 when the early Western explorers visited Hawaii and brought artists to document its striking landscape and unique people. This yielded paintings and drawings from contemporary artists like Jean Charlot, Joseph Sharp, and Robert Dampier. I recently returned again from Maui, with new ideas, birthing new paintings. Here are a five paintings inspired by Maui, surf, and Island Vibes.

Paintings Inspired by Hawaii

I Ukulele You, acrylic on canvas, 2022, Brandy Saturley

Paintings Inspired by Hawaii

Blue Crush, acrylic on canvas, 2022, Brandy Saturley

Jumping Pineapple, acrylic on canvas, 2022, Brandy Saturley

Paintings Inspired by Hawaii

Surfing Rainbows, acrylic on canvas, 2022, Brandy Saturley

Paintings Inspired by Hawaii

Allure of Maui, acrylic on canvas, 2018, Brandy Saturley

Battle of Alberta, depicted on canvas.

There are a couple iconic and classic NHL hockey rivalries between cities in Canada. There is the East Coast rivalry between Toronto’s Maple Leafs and Montreal’s Canadiens and then there is the Battle of Alberta, the classic hockey rivalry between the Edmonton Oilers and the Calgary Flames. Over the years there have been many famous paintings celebrating Canada’s game of hockey. From paintings of hockey on the ice to paintings of the iconic and legendary players of the game, the game of ice hockey has inspired many artists and paintings over the years. For myself as a Canadian Visual Artist, the game of hockey has figured in my work of the past 15 years approximately 25 times, making it 17% of the time in my work. In 2013 I presented my first solo exhibition in Edmonton, in the show there were four paintings celebrating the game of hockey in a city that has a significant hockey history in the Stanley Cup winning Edmonton Oilers. Since 1980 The Battle of Alberta has been an intense and passionate rivalry between the most populous city of Calgary, against the capital city, Edmonton.

The rivalry also extends outside of team sports to international events. Both cities have hosted numerous national and international championships and other tournaments, often in a spirit of one-upmanship: there is constant need for local politicians to prove that their city is “world class” or at least better than the other. The constant one-upmanship of the two cities in this field has receded in recent years, and they cooperated in a successful joint bid to host the 2012 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. The Edmonton Oilers of 1983–90 are recognized as one of the NHL’s last great dynasties, with line-ups through this period that featured Hockey Hall of Fame (HHOF) legends like Gretzky, Glenn AndersonPaul CoffeyGrant FuhrJari Kurri and Mark Messier, guided by HHOF coach Glen Sather.

When choosing to depict one of Canada’s greatest hockey teams on canvas, I looked to the Great One, a goalie, and the Battle of Alberta for inspiration. My journey began with goal tender Dave Dryden and his iconic goalie mask. In the painting I depict his iconic mask on a postage stamp that bares his jersey number, 28.

Battle of Alberta painting

Dave Dryden mask painting 2013, Brandy Saturley

For the second painting I would choose the challenge of depicting the earth moving trade of The Great One to the Los Angeles Kings and Wayne Gretzky’s marriage to LA actress Janet Jones.

Battle of Alberta Painting

Wayne Gretzky traded to LA Kings painting, 2013 Brandy Saturley

For the third painting about the Edmonton Oilers dynasty I chose the legendary Battle of Alberta, mixed with humour and art history. An ode to Steve Smith, in the style of Jacques Louis David, referencing The Death of Marat painting created in 1793. “Saturley’s Death of a Rookie, Rise of a Hero is a take on the political painting The Death of Marat by French painter Jacques-Louis David, 1793. In Death of a Rookie, Rise of a Hero we see Oilers #5 (Steve Smith) sitting up in a tub surrounded with empty beer bottles while holding a letter and a pen. The letter that Smith is holding states: “Dear Grant, I have no words…, I’m sorry. So very sorry…”
This letter is in response to Smith’s rookie year when he scored a critical goal on his own goalie in the divisional final that allowed the Calgary Flames to move forward to the Stanley Cup. Grant Fuhr was the Oilers goalie that Smith scored on. The French revolutionary leader Jean-Paul Marat in the painting The Death of Marat is found in the same position, but, unlike Smith, Marat has been murdered by political enemy Charlotte Corday. Corday blamed Marat for the September Massacre (a wave of killings in Paris and other cities in late summer 1792 during the French Revolution). The huge backlash received by Smith after scoring on his own team can be perceived as similar to the actions of Marat against his own people. But this is where the analogy ends; Smith recovered and went on to be a valued player by the Oilers and when they won the Stanley Cup the following year, Wayne Gretzky (opposite of Marat’s Charlotte Corday), handed him the cup to skate a lap at the arena. Death of a Rookie, Rise of a Hero is about perseverance and continuing on when the chips are down.”

Battle of Alberta painting

Steve Smith Edmonton Oilers painting 2012, Brandy Saturley

This painting was featured in the 2020 documentary film, “The Iconic Canuck” where the artist talks about the story behind the piece.

See more hockey paintings by Brandy Saturley.

Paintings for Mountain Lovers: Nine Paintings of Mountains

Driving from British Columbia to Alberta you must cross over through one of the world’s natural wonders, the giants of rock and snow, The Canadian Rocky Mountains. It is no wonder these landscapes have inspired artists for generations, creating paintings by mountain lovers for mountain lovers. The Rocky Mountains stretch 3,000 miles in a straight-line distance from the northernmost part of western Canada, to New Mexico. They are popular tourist destinations, especially for photographers, painters, hiking, camping, mountaineering, fishing, hunting, mountain biking, snowmobiling, skiing, and snowboarding. On this page you will find nine paintings for mountain lovers. From BC to Alberta, including Mount Robson the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies and Waterton Lakes. From glacial peaks in Banff National Park to Lake Louise. These nine paintings capture the exhilaration of the peaks they depict.

paintings for mountain lovers

Mt. Robson, 2011 Brandy Saturley – A pop art style painting of the most grand peak in the BC/Alberta rocky mountain range. This is Mt. Robson, after a trip through the Rockies in 2010.

paintings for mountain lovers

Babel, 2011 Brandy Saturley

Paintings for mountain lovers

Cascade Mountain, 2011 Brandy Saturley – Cascade mountain painted in a pop art palette with vivid realism against a dark background. Capturing the mysterious character of the mountain with supersaturated palette. From the ‘I See Mountains’ series of paintings about the Rocky Mountains. This painting was updated in 2022.

Paintings for mountain lovers

Crowfoot, 2011 Brandy Saturley

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Mt. Temple, 2011 Brandy Saturley

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Assiniboine, 2011 Brandy Saturley

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A Long and Winding Road, 2019 Brandy Saturley

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The Lake (Waterton Lakes) 2019 Brandy Saturley

From Sea to Sky, 2022 Brandy Saturley – A somewhat abstract and modern pop art painting from mountains to ocean. Featuring the Hudson’s Bay stripes in the lower half of the painting. Within the piece you can see mountains, ocean an perhaps even a canoe or two.

See more paintings with mountains by Canadian Visual Artist Brandy Saturley.

Lake Louise Paintings: Inspired by a Magical Location in The Rockies

Lake Louise is many things to many people. Tens of thousands of people every year are drawn to this place for its natural beauty, purity and amazing uplifting energy. Paintings of Lake Louise, I have created a few, it is hard not to be inspired by the natural beauty of this place. Like Stonehenge, it is one of the major vortex points or power spots on earth. In the winter the clear glacial ice attracts skaters of all kinds to this energizing vista. It is a magical place, and the quintessential Canadian Christmas Card. When you walk onto the frozen lake and walk, snowshoe, ski or skate down to the base of the glacier, you are reminded just how small we are in the face of the Canadian landscape. There is a silence, the echo of nature, you can hear the snow fall from the trees and their branches bend under the weight of the wet snow. You hear the laughter of tourists and the sounds of the snow crunching under your feet. You hear the swish of the skates, skis and the wind as it blows through the valley. In the summer months the tropical teal glacial lake offers canoe, kayakers and swimmers a place to dip into cool water. It is a place to gather, to marvel at and to hike around. Like the Bermuda triangle, the vortex created here slowly draws you in and you may never want to leave. Dreamy in Canada.

Here are six paintings of Lake Louise;

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Poppies For Louise, 2011 Brandy Saturley

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Poppies for Louise, 2013 Brandy Saturley

ice skating painting

Vortex, 2021 Brandy Saturley

lake louise HBC stripes pop art painting

Ride My Wake, 2014 Brandy Saturley

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Stare Time at Lake Louise, 2019 Brandy Saturley

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Lake Louise Swish, 2019 Brandy Saturley

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Imagine Lake Louise, 2022 Brandy Saturley

See more magical paintings by Canadian Visual Artist, Brandy Saturley.

Hockey Paintings – 25 Paintings Inspired by Hockey

It was 2011 when the sport of ice hockey began appearing in my work. Over the course of the next decade the influence of hockey and the game on my artwork found me painting 25 hockey paintings to date. These aren’t your typical figurative works about hockey, but there is narrative based on the storied sport and it’s characters and objects, or icons. From the Montreal Canadiens to the Edmonton Oilers, from stories of Steve Smith to Jacques Plante, hockey has held court in my artist brain. In these paintings you will see hockey fans, Lord Stanley’s Cup, Ken and Dave Dryden’s goal tender masks and even a Canucks jersey. You will also see influences of Olympic hockey, stories of Robert Luongo and even vulcanized rubber hockey pucks. Carey Price, the 2021 women’s Olympic hockey team and even legendary commentator Don Cherry. Carey Price in goal, the punch line and Wayne & Janet Gretzky. In more recent years I began exploring the childhood feelings of being on the ice and discovering hockey outdoors on ponds and great lakes. Enjoy these 25 paintings of hockey, they are sure to bring a smile. While many are sold, there are a few gems waiting to join collections. We ship worldwide.

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A Cup for Louise, 2013 Brandy Saturley

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On Guard, 2013 Brandy Saturley

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Plante Rises, 2012 Brandy Saturley

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Goalie’s Mask, red white and Dryden, 2011 Brandy Saturley

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Mask Over Mountains, 2012 Brandy Saturley

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On Target, 2014 Brandy Saturley

goalies mask painting

Habitant, 2021 Brandy Saturley

hockey puck art

What is a Canadien? 2015 Brandy Saturley

hockey puck art

Pysanka Pucks, 2015 Brandy Saturley

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Stamped in Goal, 2012 Brandy Saturley

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Death of A Rookie, 2012 Brandy Saturley

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The Number Nine, 2014 Brandy Saturley

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Lovers in A Dangerous Time, 2015 Brandy Saturley

hockey players painting

A Punch Line and An Unknown, 2013 Brandy Saturley

canucks painting

Dreaming in The Colours of Eh, 2014 Brandy Saturley

wayne gretzky painting

The Boy Who Would Be A King, 2013 Brandy Saturley

olympic hockey painting

Fear Before Glory, 2013 Brandy Saturley

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Rubber & Bone, 2013 Brandy Saturley

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The Climb, 2015 Brandy Saturley

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De-saturated Cherry, 2012 Brandy Saturley

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Canadiens Gothic, 2014 Brandy Saturley

pond hockey painting

The Prodigy, 2021 Brandy Saturley

pond hockey painting

Pond Hockey Days, 2021 Brandy Saturley

girls hockey painting

We Dream, 2022 Brandy Saturley

ice hockey painting

Vortex, 2021 Brandy Saturley

Watch the documentary film, The Iconic Canuck, in the film Brandy Saturley talks about some of the hockey paintings on this page.