The Artist Ranch Project - Interpreting Western Heritage Through Compemporary Art.
2019 marks the 10th Anniversary of the Artist Ranch Project at the Calgary Stampede. To celebrate, 25 artists that have previously participated in the show between 2009 and 2018 have been welcomed back, join in on the 2019 event.
The Artist Ranch Project
The Western Oasis
Halls D & E
Where Do You Live Little Black Cat artwork has been donated by Pam Weber for the MEOW Foundation's online store. To check out the store, please visit meowfoundation.spreadshirt.com/shop/designs. Click on any of the designs to see the products available. Click on any individual item and you will see information about the artist in the "Details" section. Every item sold helps cats and kittens in-need.
The Calgary Project: A City Map in Verse and Visual (2014)
The anthology, featuring the work of more than 90 Calgary poets and visual artists.
Alberta Flood Rose Fundraiser
The Alberta Flood Rose Project invites all Calgary and area visual artists to create an original 4"x4" piece of wall art, depicting the provincial flower of Alberta, the wild rose. The finished pieces will be arranged in groups of 100, and framed as a larger piece. On public display in August, the framed art pieces will be up for auction at the end of August, 2013 with all proceeds to go to the Red Cross for flood relief.
Above: A Rose is a Rose, by Pam Weber, afca
Commission for Mazankowski Heart Institute (2011)
The Mazankowski Heart Institute in Edmonton, Alberta commissioned two works by Pam Weber for the Quiet Room.
Painting 65 Red Roses (2010)
On May 15th, the 65 Red Roses painting was unveiled and officially donated by the Federation of Canadian Artists to the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This one of a kind art project was created by 65 of the most prestigious Canadian artists in honour of Eva Markvoort, an incredible young woman who passed away on March 27, 2010 after a life long battle with Cystic Fibrosis.
Measuring 5.5' x 10’, this stunning piece of art is comprised of 65 (8x10") renditions of a single red rose, all put together to form 65 Red Roses, a direct tribute to Eva. Each rendition is signed by the artist.
The name of the project, ‘65 Red Roses’, symbolizes Eva’s online nickname. "65 Roses" is often used as a pseudonym for Cystic Fibrosis. Small children don't understand or cannot pronounce "cystic fibrosis" so they call it "65 roses". 65_RedRoses was Eva's nickname for her blog. She added RED, because it was her favourite colour.
The permanent home for this work is the main lobby of the B.C. Children's Hospital.
Painting 65 Red Roses (2010)
Alberta Health Services Commission (2009/2010)
Alberta Health Services commissioned Pam to produce 16 pieces for Level 2 Day Surgery for the Robins Pavilion Project, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta.
Commission work accepted, contact for prices. See Commissions.