Michael Massie’s Artwork Process

How does a sketch become a sculpture? To create his piece Looking Out Over the Big White Hill, renowned artist and master sculptor Michael Massie started with a sketch. Through an extensive process of grinding, inlaying, and sanding, and polishing an extraordinary work of art was created. Watch the video below where the artist talks us through his sculpture making … Read More

Welcome Michael Massie

Feheley Fine Arts is thrilled to announce the exclusive representation of Michael Massie, after many successful years with Spirit Wrestler Gallery in Vancouver. This Happy Valley-Goose Bay NL mixed-media artist works from his base in the Town of Stephenville on the west coast of Newfoundland. An incredible silversmith, Massie has achieved international renown for his inventive sculptural works that skillfully … Read More

SOOTHED BY THE SHAMAN’S BRUSH

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Michael Massie
Goose Bay, 2020
Anhydrite, bone, ebony, mahogany, whalebone, lignum vitea, bloodwood, poplar, brass, sterling silver
10 1/2 x 12 1/5 x 7 1/2 in.

FEATLESS

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Michael Massie
Goose Bay, 2020
Anhydrite, bone, ebony, mahogany, lignum vitae and brass
6 1/2 x 9 1/2 x 5 1/2 in.

TIME FOR A CHANGE

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Michael Massie
Goose Bay, 2019
anhydrite, talc, bone, ebony, olive wood, moose hair and brass
18 x 10 x 8 in.

Our Twentieth Year at Art Toronto!

Art Toronto 2019 was one of Feheley’s most exciting yet! This year marked the fair’s twentieth anniversary and our own as an exhibitor, as we were recognized as one of six galleries that have participated since the fair’s inception in 1999. With excitement, we introduced work by two new artists at the fair. Labrador-based sculptor Michael Massie was one of … Read More