About the Gallery
We proudly represent a variety of painters, sculptors, and printmakers whose work presents exceptional quality and value. Many of our artists are well-known, some are mid-career and others are notable up-and-comers. This interesting mix of talents ensures an exciting and wide-ranging selection of art in terms of both style and price.
Nothing beats the emotional reaction of seeing a piece of art that moves you. We are here to listen to your needs and finding the right piece of art that will do this.
From young couples decorating their first home to executives charged with building a corporate art collection, visitors to our gallery often look to us for advice and information. We look to develop long-term relationships with our clients for this reason.
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 5, 2019: 2-5PM So many incredible artists come from Saskatchewan or have developed a name while teaching there. Th...
Opening reception: Saturday, Oct 26, 2019 Artist in attendance from 2-5PM; Live Jazz with Andrea Petrity This exhibition has a dual focus. Having been...
News & Announcements
David Newkirk has published on-line a history in time of his work. It can bee seen HERE.
This eBook has a wide breadth of artworks produced over the years by David Newkirk. It illustrates the diversity and creativity of Newkirk. It also offers a brief window into the artists life with an artist statement and CV.
The University of Regina is celebrating Kenneth Lochhead! Recently the family has donated a large body of works by Lochhead from over the years. Kenneth Lochhead was head of the art department at the University of Regina at the young age of 24 in 1950. During the time at the university Lochhead helped bring about the infamous Emma Lake Workshops, and became one of the first living artists to exhibit at the National Gallery of Canada (in the 60’s) with his colleges, later to be known as the Regina Five.
We proudly represent Lochhead, and other members of the Regina Five, including; Ronald Langley Bloore, and Ted Godwin.
To Read more on the collection at the University of Regina, and about Lochhead and his contribution, click HERE.
“I would say the fundamental difference between completing a realist or figurative image and an abstract or non-figurative image is one of construction versus manifestation, problem solving versus running out of options,” says Mennie.
Galleries West Magazine recently interviewed Steve Mennie about this exhibition. The article can be read HERE.
Additionally, Mennie presented his thoughts and approach to us for the opening reception. The video can be seen HERE.