What is apparent at The Hand Wave Gallery is owner June Jacobs's enthusiasm about the quality of art objects made by Saskatchewan artists. It 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. They represent all media, including the clay work of Anita Rocamora, and fibre work that features June's apparel and sculpture.
Established in 1977, the Assiniboia Gallery showcases contemporary and traditional works of art by established and emerging visual artists from across Canada. The gallery's selection includes original watercolour, oil, and acrylic paintings as well as encaustic works (made using hot wax painting and coloured pigments), sterling silver jewellery, blown glass, ceramics, sculpture and photography. Artwork is exhibited in group and solo shows throughout the year.
Located in an extensively renovated and expanded circa 1905 house, the gallery is within easy walking distance of Regina's downtown hotels, shops and restaurants. It features over 2,000 square feet of exhibition space on the main floor and a full service, professional framing department on the lower level.
The Nouveau Gallery opened in October 2005 under new ownership and in a new location. Housed in a beautifully renovated storefront right on a main street in Regina, the gallery brushes the edge of both downtown and the historic Cathedral neighbourhood.
On April 4, 2013, Slate Fine Art Gallery opened in Regina’s Heritage neighbourhood. Owners Gina Fafard and Kimberley Fyfe present exciting monthly exhibitions from their roster of iconic Canadian artists which includes Joe Fafard, Victor Cicansky and David Thauberger. Slate Gallery works hard to ensure a new generation of Saskatchewan artists such as Heather Benning and Kyle Herranen receive the attention their art deserves. Slate’s mandate to be connected with their community as a whole has seen the gallery host music events, book launches and film screenings for local artists. Showcasing the many talented artists, both emerging and established, that Saskatchewan has to offer has given Slate a national reputation as a prime source for contemporary Prairie art.
Traditions Hand Craft Gallery is a creative retail and exhibition environment, whose product mix is equally exceptional and whose artists and customers are thankful for its existence. 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 unique gift. Currently boasting over 80 juried members of the Saskatchewan Craft Council. For almost twenty years, Traditions Hand Craft Gallery has served as an important venue for Saskatchewan artists to showcase their craft. This gallery has continued to flourish under new owners Kathleen, Jeff, and Cynthia Coleclough. Everything they do enhances their customer's experience and ensures they walk away with more than just a shopping bag.
The Gallery / art placement inc. is a commercial fine art gallery located in downtown Saskatoon. Established in 1978, it is now the longest operating commercial art gallery in the city. Focusing primarily on painting, drawing, and sculpture, the gallery showcases contemporary and historical fine art by mid-career and established Saskatchewan and Western Canadian artists. In addition to our membership in SaskGalleries, we are also proud members of the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC). We are open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm, presenting a year-round schedule of solo and group exhibitions.
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.
Collector's Choice Art Gallery prides itself on representing Saskatoon and Saskatchewan artists. They also maintain a small collection of Inuit sculpture and estate art. Ask them about their individual and group exhibitions held throughout the year as well as their limited edition reproductions, decorative prints and state-of-the-art framing service.
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 focussing on its printmaking studio on the second floor.