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Wendy Tokaryk

is a visual artist dedicated to exploring and developing skills in a wide range of contemporary and historic printmaking mediums, and the craft of handmade paper. Wendy received an MFA (printmaking) from the University of Calgary, a Studio Art honours degree (BFA with distinction), and a BA Honours in Art History from the University of Saskatchewan. Her projects and exhibitions have been supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Canada Council for the Arts. Wendy is the Print & Paper Facilitator for Visual Arts Residencies at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity.


Print(ed) Word, writers & artists collaborative book project, Loft 112 / Calgary Central Library / Grand Forks Gallery 2, 2018-2019

Doilies the meaning of life, Society of Northern Alberta Print Artists, Edmonton, 2018

Points of Light installation, Stride Gallery, +15 Window space, Arts Commons, Calgary, 2015

Exempla, Alberta Printmakers Main Gallery, Calgary, 2012

Hemispheres: Views on Contemporary Printmaking from Alberta and Awaji, Embassy of Canada, Tokyo, Japan, 2010

Bubble and Swell, Wendy Tokaryk & Matthew Walker, Langham Cultural Center, Kaslo, BC, 2008