Jason Carter, Aboriginal Artist
Release Date: December 3, 2012 NationTalk speaks to Aboriginal Artist Jason Carter. Celebrated for both his paintings and his carvings, he was the only artist in Alberta to have had a feature showing at Alberta House on Alberta Day at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. His work has been acquired into dozens of private collections, he has had several exciting public shows including the Royal Alberta Museum and the Indian and Northern Affairs Public Art Display in Ottawa, Ontario. Jason Carter is currently represented by The Bearclaw Gallery in Edmonton, The Town Square Gallery in Oakville Ontario and this past year, opened his own gallery, The Carter-Ryan Gallery in Canmore Alberta. Jason is member of the Little Red River Cree Nation and he paints and/or carves at least seven days a week. He talks about his career change from Cameraman to Artist and about his brand new sculpture series To Dream The Bear which opens at the Carter-Ryan Gallery in Canmore Alberta on Saturday 1st December.
For further information on Jason’s work please visit http://www.carter-ryan.com
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