And Art Gallery is located in a century-old building transformed into an art gallery in the town of Davidson. It is centrally located, one hour from Saskatoon, Regina and Moose Jaw. The gallery represents many diverse emerging to established artists and have an exciting mix of the experimental and the masterful.
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In May of 2018, the Hansen-Ross House opened as a gallery and studio space showcasing the works of emerging and established Saskatchewan artists. The historic building had been original home to the Saskatchewan Arts Board and then later to the renowned Hansen-Ross Pottery for 45 years. A revolving selection of work by potters Folmer Hansen and David Ross is on display.
Studio space and accommodations are available to artists, writers and musicians on a short or long term basis. Various workshops are offered throughout the year. The Hansen-Ross House gallery is a comfortable space to view and purchase artists works in textile art, pottery, paintings, wood art and up-cycled jewelry.
Artworks shown: “Seeing Red” by Sharron Labatt, “Days End” by Sharron Labatt, “Solitude” by Sharron Labatt, Pottery by Wendy Parsons and Zach Dietrich, Wood box by Brian Baggette, Batik Rooster by Connie Chaplin, Batik by Connie Chaplin.
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Little Manitou Art Gallery is a welcoming space for everyone; customers and artists alike are encouraged to drop in anytime. The gallery is run by two artists, with cooperation of over forty others, and they pride themselves in the quality and variety of artwork available at their gallery. In addition to two small display galleries, the space features an outdoor perennial garden and two artist studios for visitors to explore.
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Yvette Moore Fine Art Inc. has been an incorporated business since 1992, with the gallery opening as the Yvette Moore Gallery in 1999.
The mission statement of the Yvette Moore Gallery is to preserve and promote the intricate beauty, history and wonder of the Canadian prairies through art, food and great people. By providing luxury art, gifts and décor, the Yvette Moore Gallery strives to be the best at what we do.
With continuous exhibitions, the gallery proudly shows work as it is created by many talented individuals. Due to the nature of our customers coming from around the world, we know that their visit to the gallery is very limited and strive to offer a vast array of visually stunning displays at all times. Locals enjoy the ever-changing dynamic of new works and creations and build collections.
If you want to see the intriguing and exciting next generation of artists, visit Void Gallery in Saskatoon. Since 2012, Void Gallery has shown the work of more than 70 local artists. Currently, Void Gallery is focusing on its printmaking studio on the second floor.
Donita Fichter, Owner
PO Box 648
210 Mountain Street
Strasbourg, SK S0G 4V0
T (306) 216-1392
In January 2018, What If? Gallery opened it's doors to the public in the town of Strasbourg. The gallery is committed to promoting and representing professional Saskatchewan artists who need and deserve exposure and an avenue to sell their original art works. The What If? Gallery greatly values and desires to support artists working within all visual art genres, and seeks to provide an opportunity for people who appreciate the unique talents and hard work of a professional artist, to purchase, and to collect.
Black Spruce Gallery represents the boreal forest through the eyes of established and emerging artists and makers. Located in the heart of Prince Albert National Park in the idyllic resort community of Waskesiu Lake, Black Spruce Gallery features original fine art and fine craft, opportunities to meet Saskatchewan and Canadian artists and makers, as well as events and educational immersive experiences.
Open daily mid June through early September.