Calgary showcases exellence in artistic designs in Chinook Centre’s Arts and Space Design Galleries


Chinook/Calgary/CMEDIA: Conveniently located at the intersection of Macleod Trail and Glenmore Trail, right in the heart of Calgary, only 15 minutes from downtown Calgary, CF Chinook Centre is situated at 6455 Macleod Trail SW, Calgary, AB T2H 0K8, and is easily accessible by car or public transportation.

Housed inside Calgary Chinook Centre is an exhibition of Arts and Space Design Galleries.

Some glimpses of the galleries with their art works are given below:

Entrance to the gallery
Art pieces at the Reception


Los Angeles-based artist Josh Mayhem became popular with his Blown Away aesthetic, transforming designer toys and iconic pop art figures into high-end contemporary gallery sculptures transporting the viewer to a world of wonder and curiosity. Having been featured in museums, major art fairs, and exhibitions, Mayhem has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the industry. With his mission to challenge perceptions and push the boundaries of creativity, Josh Mayhem  has transformed popular pop art figures and designer toys into unique, visually striking sculptures inspiring and bringing joy to people’s lives,  captivating and delighting viewers.

Based in Gothenburg, Sweden, Kicki Edgren had her first art exhibition at the age of 15 and since then had about 25 solo exhibitions in Sweden, and recently her paintings have been exhibited in Galleries in Europe – Monaco, Spain and Italy. 

​Getting her inspiration from human emotions and situations expressed in bodies and faces as well as patterns, abstract art and street art, using vibrant colors, rough lines and dynamic contrasts to exaggerate expressions, always experimenting with the meeting between the 3-dimensional and flat surfaces. 

Andrey Kazantsev was always attracted to the world of steel and iron, and in 2018, created his first metal sculpture — a cat. The process of turning a flat cold sheet into a three-dimensional “animated” animal with a special character always fascinated him. His hallmark was strict geometry, architecture of flat faces, and conciseness combined with elegance. New collections of “soulful” animals make Andrey Kazantsev a true master of modern art.

Few of the Popular art pieces in the gallery are as follows:

Rebell (Left) and Reed Straw (Right) by Kicki Edgern

Miscellaneous arist
Support by Kicki Edgern