What's New?


April 9 to 27, 2019: 

Separate Lenses: Shared Genes, Different Visions

Through separate lenses, mother and daughter duo, SHELLEY HUDSON and RACHEL SCHAFER, share their different artistic visions. Daughter, Rachel Schafer uses acrylics in the renaissance style to share in depth the beauty of the human body. Her mother, Shelley Hudson uses watercolors and ink to bring to life her realistic imaginative creatures and scenes. 

RECEPTION:  April 13, 2019, 2 to 5 pm 


May 1 to 29, 2019:

The Eclectic Art of Richard Thatcher

Rockin' in the Garden by Richard ThatcherBoreal Nightfall by Richard Thatcher



June 1 to 22, 2019:

'Sightlines' by Michael J. Martin


'The Spirit of Summer' by Ray Keighley

RECEPTION:   June 1, 2019, 2 to 4 pm


November 2 to November 30, 2019:

'The Spirit of Our Land'

As seen by Indigenous Artists, including: Clarence Keith Bird, Ray Keighley, Michael Lonechild, Kevin Pee-Ace, Jerry Whitehead

RECEPTION:  November 2, 2019, 2 to 4 pm


New and returning artists

We're pleased to welcome several new and returning artists.  In alphabetical order:

Clarence Keith Bird is a talented Cree sculptor, who specializes in carving bears and other subjects in alabaster or soapstone. 

Malaika Z Charbonneau has returned to the gallery with a number of abstract acrylic paintings on canvas, exploring the landscape of urban growth.


James M. Clow draws on his training as an artist and his experience as a potash miner to create unique mixed media landscapes, portraits or paintings of ravens.  He paints in acrylic, but also incorporates potash, beaten silver, gold or copper in some of his paintings.   At the moment, we have two original landscapes and several limited edition prints. 


Mother and daughter duo, Shelley Hudson and Rachel Schafer, have joined us, bringing totally different styles.  Shelley paints from nature and her extremely creative imagination, mostly in watercolour.  Rachel paints very sensual images of the human body and nature, mostly in acrylic on canvas. 


Diane Larouche-Ellard, fresh from a show called 'Topophilia' at The Gallery at the Frances Morrison Library, has a selection of mixed media landscapes and gardenscapes in our gallery.



Richard Thatcher brings his eclectic art.  He enjoys creating both expressionist and representational art in acrylic and mixed media.  At the moment, we have two expressionist pieces.


We currently have seven of Cree artist Jerry Whitehead's brightly coloured surreal scenes of powwow dancers or elders, in acrylic on canvas.  Six are small 24" x 18" scenes that may be purchased separately or as diptychs.   



Other Recent or Recently Returned Artists

Michael J. Martin has a selection of acrylics showing unusual perspectives of Saskatoon landmarks

 Ray Keighley is showing a selection of landscapes or mystical paintings. 


Bears and other animals

by Mark Totan or Dave Riome 


In addition to bears by Clarence Keith Bird, we have

Mark Totan's serpentine polar bears, diving or climbing wet out of the  water



and Dave Riome's abstract, powerful bears

or his owls or gyrfalcons 

Or his hand sculptures 

Buffalo Stones

They can sit on a shelf or be held in your hand 





Annual January Framing & Art Sale 

January 8 to 26, 2019


  • 25% discount on custom framing, including EVERYTHING required to mount, mat, frame and protect your artwork, medals or memorabilia. Orders must be prepaid.
  • Huge discounts on precut mats, any ready made frames, selected lengths of mouldings and mirrors

As well:

  • 25% discount on all gallery owned limited edition prints, 50% off all open edition prints, and a clearance price of $10.00 each on posters.
  • Instead of a silent auction this year, a selection of consigned art work with a discounted ‘buy now’ price. Lower offers may be made, but will be subject to acceptance by the consignor





















New artwork has arrived!

Paintings by: Laurel Schenstead-Smith

Sculptures by: Vance Theoret

Special Consignments:  Mary Masters