Unique. Inspiring. Curated art you can buy.
Twelve local Saskatchewan art gallery experts combed through their vaults to present Art Now Online, a curated online exhibition of art for sale. Each gallery chose a selection original works, including an Artist to Watch in 2019. Browse more than 140 pieces of original Saskatchewan art by 128 professional artists; every piece listed is for sale.
Buy your favourite piece as a gift or for yourself. Just click on any artwork below and contact the gallery. It’s that easy.
SaskGalleries’ thanks Creative Saskatchewan for their support of Art Now Online.
Established in 2017, And Art Gallery is a wonderfully eclectic mix of Saskatchewan artists. The artwork is carefully curated by the owner, Gail Prpick.
The Gallery / art placement inc. is a commercial art gallery that showcases contemporary, modern, and historical fine art by Saskatchewan and Western Canadian artists.
Established in 1977, the Assiniboia Gallery showcases contemporary and traditional works of art by established and emerging visual artists from across Canada.
Bohème Art Gallery focuses on bringing bright, strong and vibrant art to Saskatoon. The gallery compliments the city's other galleries and supports local talent, along with introducing new artists that have never shown in Saskatchewan.
Collector’s Choice Art Gallery represents Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and western Canadian artists.
The Hand Wave Gallery continues its 36-year history of serving art patrons and tourists by presenting the work of 50 Saskatchewan artisans in its retail operation and in gallery exhibitions from May through December.
At Little Manitou Art Gallery over 100 artists display their works of art for sale in several gallery pavilions.
Nouveau Gallery, now in its thirteenth year, features a fresh contemporary mix of mediums, styles, and subject matter. Nouveau offers a collection of artists from across Saskatchewan and neighbouring provinces, with individual and group shows throughout the year.
Representing iconic Canadian artists including Joe Fafard and David Thauberger, Slate also brings a new generation of Saskatchewan artists such as Zachari Logan and Katherine Boyer to the national and international art community.
Located in the Cathedral area of Regina, Traditions Hand Craft Gallery has been celebrating the many talents of Saskatchewan artist since 1995.
What If? Gallery is an inviting, new, down-to-earth gallery that welcomes and invites artists and art lovers to experience the unique atmosphere of variety, acceptance, and the inclusive sharing of art.
Yvette Moore Gallery showcases the exclusive collection of award-winning Canadian Prairie Artist, Yvette Moore, along with over 40 Saskatchewan and Western Canadian fine artisans.