Bev Pike is a Winnipeg painter and satirist known for large landform paintings of playful and menacing architectural Utopias. Since graduating from the Alberta University of the Arts (formerly Alberta College of Art and Design), Pike’s work has exhibited across Canada in solo and group exhibitions.  She has received senior arts grants from the Winnipeg Arts Council, the Manitoba Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts.

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Grottesque at the Dunlop Art Gallery in 2018 (now touring)


Selected Collections

Canada Council Art Bank, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, the Manitoba Arts Council Art Bank, Winnipeg Art Gallery, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery, University of Manitoba School of Art Gallery as well as artist-book collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate Modern and numerous other special collections in North America and England.



Centre for Canadian Contemporary Art