Trueman Macdonald’s work has been seen at many community art walk events, eateries and coffee shops in and around the Edmonton area since 2013. His work stands out because of his simplistic techniques, limited colour palette and subject matter. Best known for his powerline paintings, his subject matter to date includes traffic signs, wind turbines, landscapes and a re-occurring exploration of imagery from the West Indies. All of his canvases have been handmade using waste lumber from construction sites. He uses the lumber to make canvas stretcher bars and then stretches the canvas over the frame resulting in a painting completely crafted by the artist.
This year Trueman will be located on the sidewalk at 10430 82 Avenue.
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