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.
After 35 years in the art industry, it was natural to open up a gallery of artists that Denyse and Stephen had worked with over the years. They wanted to bring a gallery that focuses on bright, strong, vibrant art to Saskatoon. Bohème Art Gallery compliments the city's other galleries, and supports local talent along with introducing new artists that have never shown in Saskatchewan.
Conveniently located in Northside Antiques, on route to Waskesiu, Elkridge, Christopher Lake, etc., The Black Spruce Gallery displays quality original creations by a roster of Canadian artists. Inside the gallery is a variety of treasures to satisfy the senses: paintings, photography, pottery, crafted stone, sterling silver jewelry, handmade chocolates, handmade soaps and much, much more.
The Black Spruce Gallery was founded by Saskatchewan artists Cheryl Tuck-Tallon and Roger Trottier, with a desire to to provide Lakeland with original fine art by Saskatchewan and Canadian artists. While the gallery has creations by established artists, their mandate is to also provide opportunities for emerging artists.