Currently Showing

In the Gallery:

Saskatchewan's internationally acclaimed ceramics artists Rod and Denyse Simair have unfortunately retired for health reasons, at the pinnacle of their craft.  We are fortunate to have secured a selection of their crystalline porcelains, in a variety of sizes, shapes and glazes, before they dismantled their own gallery. Come to admire this finite supply of heirloom quality art!      

Dancing in the Flowers, by Rod and Denyse Simair

Glacial Lake Teeny Top Vase by Rod and Denyse Simair LGO Vase by Rod and Denyse SimairCeladon Crystalline Ribbons, by Rod and Denyse Simair


Michael J. Martin has returned to the gallery, with a selection of realistic acrylic paintings of Saskatoon landmarks, from unusual angles.


Diane Larouche-Ellard has joined the artists showing at the gallery.  She has a B.F.A. from the University of Saskatchewan and specializes in landscapes and gardenscapes close to her home in a community outside Saskatoon.  She paints in oil and acrylic with mixed media.








We are pleased to present paintings by indigenous artist and educator Ray Keighley.



After the annual Travelling Trunk show by Jonn Einerssen and Vance Theoret, which took place on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, the two artists left a selection of new works. Come and pick one of Vance's playful bears, or Jonn's paintings of a proper prairie 'big sky'   


We remind you of our selection of sculptures by Inuit artist Mark Totan.  We have bears, bears, wolves, owls, Little People and....more bears.  Most are in a beautiful serpentine from Sicamous, B.C.