Feheley Fine Arts is proud to present a new solo exhibition of recent drawings by Shuvinai Ashoona. Curated by Nancy Campbell, Woven Thoughts is drawn in the artist’s characteristic style, and features images that combine the real and the imaginative worlds of Shuvinai Ashoona.The artist’s work is continuously gaining momentum and exposure; her artwork has been exhibited alongside the work … Read More
Be sure to check out Kenojuak Ashevak’s sculpture, prints, and drawings at Feheley Fine Arts before it’s too late! Her retrospective works will be on the walls until July 19, 2014. Additionally, you can view Kenojuak Ashevak’s available works on our website.
Soon to be released, the 2015 Cape Dorset Calendar features the theme of arctic wildlife, which has been central to Inuit life and art for centuries. The 2015 edition includes prints by Kenojuak Ashevak, Tim Pitsiulak, and Saimaiyu Akesuk. The Cape Dorset Calendar measures 14″ x 12″ and retails for $17.95. The calendar will be available for purchase later this … Read More
We are saddened to hear of the passing of Oviloo Tunnillie (1949 – 2014). Known for being one of the most prominent female Inuit sculptors, she passed away at home after a struggle with cancer. Our thoughts are with her friends and family. Oviloo Tunnillie (1949 – 2014), photo courtesy of John Reeves
Feheley Fine Arts is happy to present the long-awaited retrospective exhibition of Kenojuak Ashevak‘s works, including sculpture, prints and drawings, spanning her fifty year artistic career. Kenojuak Ashevak, ‘Two Fish and an Owl,’ 2006, Ink and Coloured Pencil, 20″ x 26″ Ashevak, who passed away in January 2013, was a well-loved member of the community; in fact, the new Cape … Read More
On the evening of May 20, 2014, Feheley Fine Arts was happy to host the launch of Tanya Tagaq’s latest CD, Animism. Six Shooter Records describes the album with the following: “Animism … was produced by west coast shape-shifter Jesse Zubot (Dan Mangan, Fond of Tigers). The record features Michael Red (Low Indigo), a sound sampler and DJ whose wild northern … Read More
Last weekend, Feheley Fine Arts hosted the launch of J. Fenwick Lansdowne, a book designed by the artist’s son, Tristram Lansdowne. The book contains over 160 of his works, in addition to numerous photographs of the Canadian painter. Pat Feheley wrote one of the essays in the publication, a contribution regarding Fenwick Lansdowne’s relationship with her father Budd Feheley. Budd, the … Read More
Napachie Pootoogook’s retrospective exhibition, True North, is under way! Last weekend, Feheley Fine Arts held a talk with curator Leslie Boyd, who discussed the impact of Napachie Pootoogook’s work on contemporary artists. She explained Napachie’s role as a storyteller and how she documented her personal experiences and memories in her artwork. Through her drawings and captions, we gain a unique insight … Read More