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September 2020

Exhibition: Threads of Baker Lake

September 3 - September 26

For generations, women in the North have perfected the art of sewing and stitching, later translating their talent into large and small scale wall hangings. We are pleased to present an exhibition of exceptional wall hangings from Qamani’tuaq (Baker Lake). Featuring works by Martha Apsaq, Elizabeth Angrnaqquaq Qiayuq, Winnie Tatya, Annie Taipanik, and more.

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October 2020

Exhibition: Coral Harbour

October 3 - October 24
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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The small Arctic community of Coral Harbour—known as Salliq in Inuktitut—is home to a number of talented sculptors who transform unconventional materials in extraordinary ways. This selection of sculpture proves that there are no limits when it comes to media, whether it be whalebone, antler, stone, baleen, and sinew. Featuring works by Daniel Shimout, Henry Nakolak, Johnny Kataluk, Kupapik Ningeocheak, and more.

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Exhibition: Wild – Drawing by Quvianaqtuk Pudlat

October 24 - November 28
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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Kinngait-based artist Quvianaqtuk Pudlat only began his artistic career in 2017 and has already taken the art world by storm with his dynamic drawings. Feheley Fine Arts is pleased to present a solo-exhibition of both large and small-scale drawings by the artist that expand on his earlier depictions of Arctic wildlife. Agile foxes and contorted caribou are among a few of the spectacular subject matter that Pudlat explores in this new body of work.

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November 2020

Exhibition: Discovering Oscar Cahén

November 26 - December 4
Centre Space, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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In special collaboration with TrépanierBaer Gallery, Feheley Fine Arts is thrilled to present an exhibition of outstanding works by Canadian abstract painter and illustrator, Oscar Cahén. A major highlight includes Cahén’s monumental canvas Warrior, completed shortly before his sudden passing by automobile accident in 1956. Fittingly, Warrior’s legacy comes full circle in this exhibition at Feheley Fine Arts, as the piece was originally shown for the very first time at M.F. (Budd) Feheley’s Park Gallery in 1959.

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