At Little Manitou Art Gallery over 100 artists display their works of art for sale in several gallery pavilions. Find a grand selection of artwork as you explore the little galleries pavilions, which are situated along paths of a Spiral Sculpture Garden. Guest artists are on-site to share their creativity with you throughout the summer. Performers and musicians frequently present on the outdoor stage. You are welcome to tour the private bronze foundry where Sarah McKen creates unique sculpture and the studio where Clayton Cave custom builds knives and hand-carves exquisite jewellery from bone, antler, and ivory.
Located on the North shore of Little Manitou Lake, Saskatchewan, the Little Manitou Art Gallery is open flexible hours, year round with extended hours throughout the summer. Visit them at 204 Elizabeth Ave. in the Resort Village of Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan. Drop in by chance, or call/text ahead to confirm 1 (306) 759-7889. Follow Little Manitou Art Gallery on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for updates.
serpentine, 16” x 8” x 9”, 2017, $3,400.00
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Keep an eye on Shane Junop, of Saskatoon. He has a natural instinct for expressive shape complimented with a diligent work ethic and dedication to excellence. While relatively new to the art scene, Shane Junop has been interested in art and especially sculpting his entire life. Junop was born and raised in Saskatchewan, to which he recently returned, to live in Saskatoon.
Junop primarily carves fieldstone. "I find stone in and around the prairie, seeing something in the stone and exploring that. Sometimes it takes me on a completely different path and chipping something off the stone reveals something that I didn't realize was there" One of Junop's proudest creations, is a female figure, he dubbed, Diamond Chin. "I initially wasn't going to create a female figure, but then when I was sculpting there was a vein of quartz that looked like diamond and it perfectly defined a chin and there was a nice little surprise."