Rebecca Caron offers some of our most unique art work in the gallery. Some pieces taking up to one year to create and perfect.
I seek to capture and portray beauty.
So many of my pieces are inspired by the people I speak with, read about, or hear about from others. I get to celebrate lives, and moments in time. This is why, or how, a piece 'comes alive' for me. People's names, their struggles or successes, their journey- so much of what some people do is happening next to or on a horse. Or told to a horse. I can't remember a time when I didn't love horses, I was born with it. I am so grateful to be able to explore 'The Horse' in this medium.
My life is unremarkable except for the people in it whom I love, and those who love me. I live on a farm that has been in 'our' family since 1892, and enjoy the fact that I am part of it.
Exhibitions/Shows include the following venues: Calgary Stampede Art Gallery, the Spruce Grove Public Art Gallery, The Stony Plain Multicultural Public Art Gallery, The Calgary Stampede Metal Art Showcase, Canada House, Vancouver (Winter Olympics)
Corporate Collectors include Parkland County (General collection and The First Nations collection), and the City of Spruce Grove.
Private collectors can be found in North America, and also in Japan, Norway, Ireland, and Korea.
Awards and Recognition
Allied Arts Open Art Competition- Placed in the Ribbons- 2003 to 2011
Juried into Calgary Stampede Silent Auction 2005, 2006, 2007
Juried into Calgary Stampede Live Auction 2008, 2009