Celebrated Canadian Visual Artist known for her unconventional take on Canada.
Brandy Saturley has been making art for over 30 years. Saturley gained national recognition with her paintings of Canadiana including; goalie masks, Canadian athletes, the Canadian flag, the Montreal Canadiens, Alberta Rockies and wildlife.
Inspired by Canadian popular culture, iconography and sport. Featuring portraits and figurative landscapes of Canada. From hockey to poppies and maple leaves to Lake Louise.
The “Canadianisms” series has toured Canada-wide, and has garnered the Canadian artist notoriety as the voice of Canadian Pop Art.
“Saturley’s paintings not only have a sense of humour, but also reference famous works of art. The artworks found in Canadianisms: A Half Decade Inspired by Canada, create an open dialogue of what it means to be Canadian. They are informed by our iconography, our passion, our humour, our tolerance and kindness.” Brenda Barry Byrne MFA, BFA, Curator
Areas of Expertise
Contemporary Fine Art:
Society of Canadian Artists
WATWA Where Are the Women Artists