It's Spring!

Jan grouping.jpgSpring is finally starting to peak out from the dirty snowbanks,we'll soon see the fresh green tints just waiting to burst forth. We're celebrating with a mini show on our mezzanine by Jan Corcoran, colour bursting from the canvas like so many spring bulbs and branches and blossoms.

WATER WORKS: We have a new show in our front gallery with works from our gallery artists that celebrate all matter connected to water. Streams, lakes, oceans, birds fishing and fish swimming.

Lots to see, drop by. . .

Our walls are full of wonderful paintings in many mediums, soapstone carvings and wood sculpted into magical shapes. Great examples of Saskatchewan contemporary art.


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Above: Waiting For The Bus - pastel on paper, 32 x 24, 2012, $3,000.00
Soft Light - pastel on paper, 11.25 x 14", $1000.00
Three - pastel on rag matboard, 10 x 19", 2017, $1,200.00

Beth Gaffney collage

Top: Reflections, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 22, 2012 - $1,400.00
2nd row: Gone Fishing acrylic on canvas, 20 x 24, 2016 - $950.00
Little Flowers acrylic on canvas, 6 x 6, 2015 - $200.00
Pretty Ladies I watercolour & ink, 5 x 7, 2017 -$275.00
Bottom: All in a Row, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 15, 2012, $675.00

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Gorgeous blooms and foliage to brighten your wintery day courtesy of Catherine Macaulay.
Spring Blossoms - watercolour on paper, 14 x 10", 2014
Postcards from Galloway: Castle Kennedy #3, watercolour on paper, 8 x 10", 2013
Waiting for Summer - watercolour on paper,15 x 22", 2015

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More Snow #101, pastel on paper, 10 x 14" framed by Gary Miller
Run Ragged, soapstone by Larry Trask
Twisted Horned Watcher, Manitoba maple and burl by Jamie Russell
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