Featured Gallery Artists

ARTIST TO WATCH IN 2020;

RACHEL SCHAFER is our Artist to Watch in 2020.  She and her mother, Shelley Hudson,  held a joint Exhibition, Separate Lenses:  Shared Genes, Different Visions' with us in April, 2019.  Rachel paints very sensual images of the human body and nature, mostly in acrylic on canvas.  

 

 

NEW ARTISTS:   

ROLAND DAUM

brings a selection of misty mountainous, lakeside and forested landscapes in acrylic.  His Exhibition 'The Space In Between' took place during March, 2020.  As he does not wish to travel at present, the works are still available in the gallery.

 

Emerging artist, JON FARRELL, is showing some figurative expressionist paintings, with a high key colour palette that evokes an emotional or spiritual response. Jon graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2011 with a B.F.A, with great distinction, and currently lives in Swift Current.   

 

 

We are representing sculptor JAMES S. KORPAN in the Saskatoon area.  James has an international reputation for his sculptures in cast bronze and welded steel, often with a natural rust patina.  

 

 

 

MEHERUN NESSA, who trained at the University of Chittagong in Bangladesh before she immigrated to Canada in 2015, is showing some very bright abstract landscapes, in oil on canvas.

 

Emerging artist, CHRISTIE-ANNE OGILVIE, from Saskatoon, has started to show some mixed media images of natural subjects.   

 

 

KATHLEEN SLAVIN has recently joined our roster of artists.  Kathleen is a longtime member of the arts community in Saskatoon, with formal degrees in Art History and Education, other training in visual arts and close to two decades of experience in exhibiting her works in Saskatchewan.  She is inspired by the Canadian Landscape and her garden, and, as she says, 'uses a variety of mark-making techniques to hover between abstract and representational elements'.  She has both representational and abstract works in the gallery.

 

 SHAWN (SHU-CHENG) ZHENG

Chinese Canadian artist and instructor, is showing some contemporary Chinese brush and ink paintings, in rice paper mounted on raw canvas. 

 

ALSO FEATURED:

an exclusive, finite selection of heirloom quality crystalline porcelains by 

ROD AND DENYSE SIMAIR

Ruffled Turquoise Vase, crystalline porcelain by Rod and Denyse Simair

 

Compared and contrasted with sculptures of birds, bugs and beasts by CLARENCE KEITH BIRD, DON HEFNER, LLOYD PINAY, DAVID RIOME, MARK TOTAN 

Smiling bear by Clarence Keith Bird, soapstone sculptureBurrowing owls by Don Hefner, painted, twisted wire sculpturesBuffalo handstone by David RiomeOwl family by Mark Totan, chloriteLarge Ookpik by Mark TotanWet Polar Bear by Mark Totan, serpentine from Sicamous, B.C.