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2022 Fall Chapter show 

November 27th to December 22, 2022 

Beaverlodge Area Cultural Centre

Beaverlodge, Alberta

PRFCA artists will define beauty as each of us sees it.  Beauty is defined as the quality present in a thing, place or person that gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind, whether arising from sensory manifestations as in shape, colour, sound or a meaningful design or pattern. For this show, artists are asked to share their personal views, inspired by and perhaps related to meaningful experiences, favourite memories or even uplifting colour, in their own unique styles and preferred media.  By drawing on the beauty of our northern surroundings, the people and places or feelings that inspire and bring joy to our lives, a close connection between artists and viewers through art are often elevated. This connection may even help us stay positive during challenging times.


Please contact the Beaverloge Area Cultural Centre to arrange for purchase (780) 354-3600

Virtual Opening and Awards Ceremony - Beauty Defined Juried Exhibition


Beauty Defined Show Catalogue


Sign up for a Workshop! Open to Members and Non-members!  


For more details and to register for these workshops, click on this link- 


Via Zoom

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9:00am - 11:00am Pacific Standard Time (PST)
10:00am - 12:00noon Mountain Standard Time (MST)
6:00pm - 8:00pm Central European Time (CET)
Via zoom - registrants will receive a zoom link the day before the workshop
 Registration Fee: $50
PRFCA Member Affiliate Fee- $40
(Members please log in when registering and choose PRFCA Member Discount)
 The Kitchen Lithography workshop will be recorded and available for 14 days (to participants only) after the workshop!  


For more details and to register click on this link-

Minimum registration must be met by December 20, 2023.   
This workshop is limited to 20 participants.
Join Valerie as she provides a demonstration on Kitchen Lithography that will include a printing demo, tools and materials used and time for questions.
This is a fantastic printmaking technique that draws from the principles of traditional lithography but uses items found in your kitchen along with a few standard printmaking items and allows you to print at home without a press.



Valerie Syposz (born in Ottawa, Canada) received a BFA in painting and drawing from Concordia University in 2008.  In 2010, she was selected as a MEXT Japanese Government Scholar recipient and moved to Japan.  She completed a MFA in printmaking from the Tokyo University of the Arts in 2013.  Her work is centred on traditional printmaking (lithography, woodcut, wood engraving, mono prints) often embellished with other techniques after printing.  Valerie frequently participates in international exhibitions and artist in residence programs.  She has held solo exhibitions in Canada, Japan, Korea, Australia and Norway.




Friday, March 24, 2023 Andrew McDermott

Demo in pastels; 6:00pm to 8:30pm

Location- Dawson Creek, BC. Venue TBD

Open to the Public, PRFCA Affiliates and Registered Urban Landscapes Workshop Attendees! 

Friday night pastel demo only:

PRFCA Member - $10

Non-member - $15 

 To learn more or to reserve your seat visit

For those wishing to attend the two-day workshop, the demo fee is included in the price of the workshop. 

To learn more or to register for the 2 day 'Urban Landscapes with Andrew McDermott' workshop see below.


Please join us in a special evening with Andrew McDermott as he demonstrates his Pastel techniques. This Art Talk/Demo is open to all art lovers! Come join us! 



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Andrew McDermottMarch 24 - 26, 2023

Location:  Dawson Creek, BC (venue to be determined)

Friday, March 24, 2023

Demo in pastels; 6:00pm to 8:30pm 

To register for the Pastel Demo only, please see information at this link-

Saturday and Sunday, March 25th and 26th, 2023

Two-day workshop in acrylic and water-soluble oils

  • Set-up - 9:30am
  • Workshop - 10:00 am - 4:00pm, daily

 Registration Fee - $300

For more details and to register click on this link- 

Minimum registration must be met by February 6, 2023.

Join Andrew McDermott for this in-person workshop that will develop the technical skills needed to create colourful and dynamic urban landscapes.   Working from photos, you will create a variety of quick studies throughout the weekend.  Emphasis will be placed on developing a painterly approach.  

Participants can paint in either acrylics or water-soluble oils.

Skill level:  all levels


Plein Air Workshop with Gaye Adams, SFCA!

The Peace River Chapter of the FCA hosted a Plein Air workshop led by instructor Gaye Adams July 16 and 17, 2022 at Charlies Lake near Ft.St. John, BC! Lots of excellent art instruction, camarderie and gorgeous plein air locations were had! 

A huge thank you to Linda Haugen and Mike Kroecher for providing some gorgeous locations to our attendees! Definitely paradise in the Peace Country! 

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