Mona Lisa Art Salon
This contemporary and wonderfully designed events space is a perfect setting for expanding creative horizons at all levels.
Mona Lisa Art Salon is a venue for Artists’ looking for a space to showcase their work, teach art classes, run workshops and/or to participate in any of the classes, workshops, or special events that are available.
Mona Lisa Art Salon is located in the heart of 17th Ave. S.W. at 1510 7st. S.W. Calgary, Ab. Just three doors down from Mona Lisa Artists’ Materials our 60yr old family run art materials business.
Interested in Renting the space for Your Own Art Show
With over 1100 square feet, this beautiful and bright gallery space is just waiting for you.
This space has full scale gallery lighting, as well as a quick adjust hanging system that makes installing a show quick and easy.
Boasting a large front display area facing street level, the three large windows are perfect for advertising or art display. Whether you want to put on a pop-up art show, put-on a workshop, or use this affordable space for other events, you can’t beat its bustling inner-city 17th avenue location.
Events a Year
Events ’16 in Review
The real reason as to why we do not pick and choose or in any other way categorize and favor any specific genre on the modern art scene is for the sake of diversity.
In fact, over the course of a year we do host a range of personalized exhibits by the best modern artists, as a part of our events agenda.
Events a Year
While the abstract art scene is pretty big and diverse, some artists, like Isabelle, do stand out. With every single piece she does mingling the genres and breaking templates, this is…
As far as art installations are concerned, there’s no single winner or loser in this category. Most things that are categorized as installations are truly experimental by their…
While many people in the West may think that the age of warfare and misery was left behind in the times of WW2 or Vietnam, the reality is that even today dozens of armed…
There are many mediums an artist can use to paint (or draw) photorealistically. The most common are oils, acrylics (paintbrushed or airbrushed), watercolor, graphite, colored pencil…