Jason Carter – Canvas Print “Moose and Bear Enjoy Autumn’s Glory In A Glance” 16” x 12”

Winning Bid: $271.00

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Jason Carter – Canvas Print “Moose and Bear Enjoy Autumn’s Glory In A Glance” 16” x 12”

Jason Carter is an Indigenous sculptor, painter, illustrator and public artist from the Little Red River Cree Nation. He grew up in Edmonton and is a graduate of both NAIT and MacEwan University (where he was awarded a Distinguished Alumni in 2017), and was the only Alberta artist to have his own solo show at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. He has major permanent installations in both the Calgary & Edmonton International Airports, and both sculpture and canvas artwork in many public places (NAC, AFA, YWCA Calgary, Travel Alberta, Wood Buffalo Region, Stantec, Banff Caribou Properties, Canada Goose), and private collections globally.


Jason has illustrated 5 children’s books and created & installed The World Of Boo for the Art Gallery of Alberta in 2015.  He created permanent murals for the Amiskwaskahegan (Beaver Hills Park) in Edmonton and was one of three artists part of the LRT/SOUTH Extension beautification project. In February 2019, he was featured on Property Brothers on HGTV.  Many schools in and around Alberta and Canada are currently studying Jason Carter and his body of work and he could not be more humbled by this.


In 2019, Jason was commissioned by the Museum of Aboriginal Peoples’ Art and Artifacts of Canada to create a 2 x 79” x 29” & 58” x 29” painting permanently installed in the museum’s entrance, as well that same year, he installed ‘Dancing Bears’ into the new YW Calgary Hub Family Facility in Calgary.


In 2020, Jason was the lead sculpture artist for ‘In Search of Christmas Spirit’; an immersive sculpture exhibit where he created 12’ – 18’(H) sculptures of bears, wolves and bison that were lit from within like a lantern, an initiative he worked alongside Banff Lake Louise Tourism and Parks Canada on. Most recently, in March of 2021, another large scale in Edmonton, an immersive exhibit with over 8 10’ (H) lantern-like rabbit  sculptures called wâpos at Amiskwaskahegan Park – an exhibit intended to bring hope, humour and spirit to those who walked through the park.


Jason Carter is currently represented by The Bearclaw Gallery in Edmonton and The Town Square Gallery in Oakville Ontario. In 2012 he opened his own gallery – The Carter-Ryan Gallery – with Bridget Ryan in Canmore, and in 2017 he opened another Carter-Ryan Gallery in Banff, Alberta. Jason is a member of the Little Red River Cree Nation and he paints and/or carves seven days a week.


Value – $250.00

Item condition: New

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Date Bid User Auto
June 17, 2022 9:28 pm$271.00jason.taylor
June 17, 2022 9:26 pm$255.00cknippel
June 17, 2022 9:10 pm$245.00jason.taylor
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June 17, 2022 8:54 pm$225.00jason.taylor
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