Title: Very Story #1
Medium: Computer generated image
Still Art is a group of artists in Canada. Members Vera Gartley, Arlene Stamp, and Shannon Will collaboratively created the triptych Very Stories in Photoshop on a Power PC 7100.
Vera Gartley received her BFA in Printmaking and Painting from the University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada and her Ph.D. from Union Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio. Currently she is Tenured Faculty at Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary. Her selected solo exhibitions include: Interface, Artspeak Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1994; Stride Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, 1989; Institute for Creative Arts, Fairfield, Iowa, 1987; Unity Gallery, Fairfield, Iowa, 1982; and Off Centre Centre, Calgary, 1981.
Arlene Stamp received her BFA in Painting and has taken Post-Graduate Studies in Painting from the University of Calgary. She has repeatedly been awarded grants from the Canada Arts Council and the Ontario Arts Council, and her work is in many public collections. Her selected solo exhibitions include: Somewhere In-Between, Stride Gallery, Calgary, 1994; Laurentian University Museum and Art Centre, Sudbury, Ontario, 1994; Lynnwood Arts Centre, Simcoe, Ontario, 1994; Tilings, Wynick / Tuck Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, 1991; Power Plant, Toronto, 1991; and Visual Arts Ontario, Toronto, 1988.
Shannon Will was born in Ithaca, New York. Currently, she resides in both Calgary, Alberta, Canada and Albuquerque, New Mexico. She received her art education at the Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, Montana; the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque; and the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Her selected solo exhibitions include: Miriam Shiell Fine Art, Toronto, 1995; Paul Kuhn Fine Arts, Calgary, Alberta, 1995 and 1992; the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta, 1990; Rolando Castellon Contemporary Art, San Francisco, California, 1987; Stride Gallery, Calgary, 1987; and J. Furlong Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Menomonie, Wisconsin, 1986.