Biography of Canadian Artist Audrey Mabee
Audrey Mabee is an alumnus of the Alberta College of Art and Design and a former Acting President of the institution. She has served on several boards, juries, committees and foundations, including a six year term as a member of the Board of Governors at the Alberta College of Art and Design.
Audrey taught art in Calgary for many years. Venues included the Calgary Creative School, Strathcona Boys School, ACAD, and the City of Calgary. In 1974, Audrey and her business partner, Betty Anne Graves, opened the Croft in Calgary, Alberta. For more than 23 years, they focused on the promotion and sale of Alberta pottery and other fine-quality handmade Canadian art.
The recipient of numerous awards, Audrey was named 'Woman of Distinction for the Arts' and also received the 'Pinnacle' award for excelling in business.
She has illustrated several books, and has created artwork for instructional videos for the University of Calgary and the Holy Cross Hospital in Calgary AB.
Audrey has done significant commissions for the private sector and for commercial corporations including A&W, Starbucks, the Alberta Children's Hospital and the Calgary Foundation. Her paintings have been purchased by collectors across Canada and internationally .
Audrey Mabee's work has been exhibited in both the United States and Canada. Her paintings have been exhibited in major cities such as San Francisco CA, Vancouver BC, and Calgary, AB with additional galleries in Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada.
For more infomation and to view Audrey's current work, please visit her web site at: audreymabee.com
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