The GALLERY / art placement Saskatoon

If you're strolling down 3rd Avenue South in downtown Saskatoon, you're bound to see the beautiful and thought-provoking The GALLERY / art placement space. 

Established in 1978, the gallery is now the longest-operating commercial art gallery in Saskatoon. Run by manager Linda Stark and owner Levi Nicholat, the gallery is now the longest-operating commercial art gallery in Saskatoon, having been established in 1978 by previous owners. focuses primarily on painting, drawing, and sculpture and showcases contemporary and historical fine art by mid-career and established Saskatchewan and Western Canadian artists.

In addition to their membership in SaskGalleries, they are also proud members of the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC). The GALLERY / art placement is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm, presenting a year-round schedule of solo and group exhibitions. They are located at 238 - 3rd avenue south in Saskatoon. You can also find out more at their website or on  Facebook.

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Traditions Hand Craft Gallery: Regina

If there's a fine craft store to walk around and get wonderfully delighted in, it's Traditions Hand Craft Gallery in Regina. Traditions was started in the mid-nineties by Saskatchewan artists Sharon Harras, Carol Serediak and Cheryl Wolfenberg. They were weavers and they realized they all had the idea of setting up a shop on 13th Avenue in Regina's storied Cathedral area to sell their weaving and promote other Saskatchewan crafts. Today the gallery is owned by  Kathleen, Jeff, and Cynthia Coleclough and the tradition of showcasing Saskatchewan artists is flourishing. The gallery boasts more than 80 juried members of the Saskatchewan Craft Council. The width, breadth and quality of the work makes the gallery and store a definie must-see.

Traditions hosts regular exhibitions and a creative retail and exhibition environment. Located in the heart of Cathedral Village it is a resource for those who value and collect Saskatchewan fine craft and for those searching for a truly distinct gift. For almost twenty years, Traditions Hand Craft Gallery has served as an important venue for Saskatchewan artists to showcase their craft. The Colecloughs continue on in the tradition of providing quality Saskatchewan-made products. You can find out more about Traditions Hand Craft Gallery at their website or their Facebook page. And they are located at 2718 13 Avenue in Regina.

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