Selected Exhibitions


“VIVA!, in support of Equinox Vigil”, curated by Sharon Stevens, supported by Jarvis Hall Gallery, Calgary, August
24 – Sept 8

“Time Passes, Love Remains”, City Hall, Edmonton. May 8 – 22, Solo

“Lux & Umbra Calgary”, Historic Union Chapel, February 23 & 24, Calgary. Solo

“InFocus 2018”, The Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel, February 5 – March 2, Edmonton

“How to Say Goodbye: An Obituary for Canadian History”, Dec 10-Jan 20, Mile Zero Dance, Edmonton, Solo

“Over the Edge”, Dandi-Lines Gallery, Nov. 30 – Jan 7, Edmonton

“Ten Voices”, Calgary, August 31-Oct. 15. Edmonton: Oct. 18 – Nov. 26. Alcove Galleries, Jubilee Auditorium

“Meanderings”, The Works Art & Design Festival. Norquest College. June 13 – July 13. Edmonton. Solo

“In Focus 2017”, Feb 7 – 28. The Front Gallery, Edmonton, AB. Curated.

“L’hiver, Pipon, Zyma”, Dec. 1 – Jan 28. The Carrot Gallery, Edmonton, AB. Invitational.

“Between Here & There”, June 27 – October 21, CAFE, MacEwan University, Edmonton, AB. Invitational.

“In Focus 2016”, February 25-27, DC3 Art Projects, Edmonton, AB. Curated exhibition.

“Open Image 2015”, August 15 – November 15, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary and Northern Alberta Jubilee
Auditorium, Edmonton. Runner up Viewer’s Choice Award.

“In Focus 2015”, February 21-22, Harcourt House Annex, Edmonton, AB. Curated exhibition.

“Add + Subtract”, May 17 – July 13, McMullen Public Gallery, Edmonton, AB – 2 person exhibition with Ruth Anne French

“Engagements”, February 8 – March 7, Multicultural Centre Public Art Gallery, Stony Plain, AB – 2 person curated
exhibition with Ruth Anne French

“Fibre Optics”, Walterdale Theatre, Feb. 7 – 18 – 3 person exhibition.

“Instructors Salon”, SNAP Gallery, Feb 16 – March 17, invitational show

“Pulse”, curated by Mary-Beth Laviolette, July 7 – August 24. Art Gallery of Calgary

“The Forest Show”, Hinton Art Club, February 2 – 28 Edson Public Library, March 19 – May 24 McMullen Gallery Edmonton, June 6 – July 9 Leighton Art Centre Calgary

“Interpretive Visions”, EPCOR Centre of Performing Arts, Calgary, AB, May 7 – June 12 – juried group exhibition

“Rangefinders”, Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, Edmonton, AB, January 4 – 31, Group exhibition with work done from
the 4 month residency with the clients of the centre

“A Perfect State of Happiness”, Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton, AB, November 26 – December 19, Two person exhibition
with Ruth Anne French

“Memento”, Visual Arts Alberta Gallery, Edmonton, AB, January 8 – February 14, Two person exhibition

“The Home Show”, traveling exhibition through the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling exhibition program –
group exhibition

“Small is All”, juried traveling group exhibition; Leighton Art Centre, Spruce Grove Art Gallery, Crowsnest Pass
Allied Arts Council

“Open Photo 2008”, Curated Photography Exhibition, Visual Arts Alberta Gallery, Edmonton, AB, May 29 to June 14 (*1st
Honourable Mention)

“Generations III”, Spruce Grove Art Gallery, Spruce Grove, AB, February 20 to March 7 – solo exhibition

“Snapshots: Contemporary Edmonton Photo-based Artists”, Latitude 53 Gallery, Edmonton, April 7 – May 13 – curated by
Todd Janes

2003 -2005
“Ars Poetica”, traveling exhibtion through the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling exhibition program – curated
group exhibition

“Bridging a New Century”, traveling exhibtion through the Alberta Society of Artists ; Art Gallery of Calgary, Bowman Arts Centre Galleries, McMullen Public Gallery, Generations Public Gallery, Red Deer & District Museum

“It’s In the Cards: Alberta Artists Explore the Mystery of the Tarot”, The Works: A Visual Arts Celebration, Edmonton – group exhibition

“Symbols in Civilizations” – group travelling exhibition
The Medicine Hat Museum & Gallery, Pass Allied Arts Council, The Bowman Arts Centre, The Muttart Public Art Gallery, The Works: A Visual Arts Celebration, The Prarie Art Gallery

“Kaleidoscope”, McDougall Centre, Calgary, September 21-September 1, 1997 – curated exhibition from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts

“Photo Inspirations”, Art Gallery of St. Albert, St. Albert, AB, October 18 – November 4 – group juried

“Aperature: Beyond the Darkroom”, Studio Gallery, St. Albert, AB, October 4 – 28 – curated exhibition

“Urban Sites”, Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton, AB, February 16 – March 18 – 2 person exhibition

“Eclectic Art”, The Red Deer and District Museum, Red Deer, AB, January 19 – March 12 – group exhibition

“New Works/New Artists, Western Canada Artists”, Muttart Gallery, Calgary, June 14 – July 9 – 4 person curated exhibition

“Once Upon a Time” , McMullen Public Gallery, Edmonton, AB, March 13 – May 1 – group exhibition

“Western Art”, Oppertshauser Gallery, Stony Plain, AB, October 23 – November 23 – solo exhibition

“Multiple Visions”, Giordano Gallery, Edmonton, AB, The Works: A Visual Arts Celebration, June 25 – July 7 – solo exhibition

“Zones”, Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton, January 21 – February 20 – 3 person group exhibition

“Mistreatment: Window Installation”, Carousel Photographics, Edmonton, AB, The Works : A Visual Arts Celebration, June 4 September 19 – solo installation

“Time Frames”, Multicultural Centre, Stony Plain, AB, May 14 – June 15 – solo exhibition

“Four Now”, Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton, AB, February 20 – March 21 – 4 person exhibition

“Window to the Future”, McMullen Gallery, Edmonton, AB, August 22 – October 31 – group exhibition


2018 Visual Arts Mentorship Program, Visual Arts Alberta/CARFAC Alberta. Mentor Edmonton Artist.
2017 Artist in Residence, City of Edmonton Cemeteries, Edmonton Arts Council
2016 Project Grant, Alberta Foundation for the Arts
2015 Artist Project Grant, Edmonton Arts Council
2010 CFAC Research, Scholarship and Creative Achievement Funding, MacEwan University
2006 Project Grant, Alberta Foundation for the Arts
1994 Project Grant, Alberta Foundation for the Arts
1992 Project Grant, Alberta Foundation for the Arts

Art Instruction

1994 to Present
The Works Art & Design Festival, Edmonton, Alberta
McMullen Public Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta
Chrysallis, Edmonton, Alberta
MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta
Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, Edmonton, Alberta
SNAP Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta
City Arts Centre, Edmonton, Alberta
Visual Arts Alberta, Edmonton
Alberta Foundation for the Arts Artist in Residence School Program
Muttart Conservatory, Edmonton, Alberta
City of St. Albert, Alberta
Profiles Public Art Gallery, St. Albert, Alberta
Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta
Series – Red Deer College Summer Program, Alberta

Selected Bibliography

SNAPLine. Feature in May 2018 issue

Experiment 0. Feature in November 2017 issue.

Avenue Magazine. Feature in September 2017 issue.

Scott Hayes, St. Albert Gazette, Photographs of the Near and Beyond”. August 26, 2017

Kevin Malmann, Metro Edmonton, front page. Art among the dead: Edmonton photographer chosen as first artist-in-residence for cemeteries. May 2, 2017

Edmonton Arts Council, Candace Makowichuk named City of Edmonton Cemeteries first Artist In Residence, May 1, 2017

Mary-Beth Laviolette, Pulse, exhibition catalogue, 2011, pages 8 & 9, photo and text

Gilbert Bouchard, “Photos timeless in their depictions”, Edmonton Journal, January 9, 2009

Megan Kemshead, “Open Photo 2008 Winners” Legacy, Alberta’s Magazine for New Heritage, Arts & Culture, Winter 2008

Daniel Jungwirth, “Family theme focus of Generations collection”, Stony Plain Reporter/Grove Examiner, February 29, 2008

Agnieska Matejko, “On a Treasurer Hunt for SNAP Shots, Curator Janes Found Beautiful Gems”, VUE Magazine, [Edmonton], April 27, 2006

“Bridging a New Century”, a traveling exhibition catalogue, 2000, page 11 – photo

Kathy E. Zimon “Alberta Society of Artists: The First Seventy Years”, University of Calgary Press, 2000, page 148

Richard Cairney, “Photo Exhibit Goes the Extra Step”, The St. Albert Gazette, November 1, 1995

Russell Bingham, “Urban Renewal”, SEE Magazine, [Edmonton], February 16 – 22, 1995

Muttart Public Art Gallery, “New Artists/New Works ’94, catalogue, page 5 – photo and text

Charles Mandel, “Visual Arts Just Keeps Shining”, The Edmonton Journal, July 7, 1993

Elizabeth Beauchamp, “Ironing Day-Dreams An Art”, The Edmonton Journal, February 28, 1992

TV and Radio

CBC: Radio Active, May 10, 2018
CTV Prime 2 News: “Showcasing the Beauty of a Cemetery”, September 17, 2017
CTV News. Feature on residency. May 30, 2017
CBC: Cross Canada Checkup, May 16, 2017
CBC: Radio Active, May 9, 2017
Global News. Morning News. Jan 31, 2016
Global News. Visual Arts Preview. April 22, 2011


The City of Edmonton
MacEwan University
The Alberta Foundation for the Arts