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August 2020

Exhibition: Summer Select

August 6, 2020 - August 31, 2020
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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In Canada, summer is precious. It marks the few months a year we experience long days and an abundance of sun. In the Arctic, temperatures may be milder, but days are exceptionally longer. With them they bring various wildlife and ideal circumstances to spend extended periods of time out on the land. For Summer Select, we have brought together an excellent selection of our favourite works which speak to all aspects of the season – vibrance, animals, sun-led expeditions, and…

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September 2020

Exhibition: Threads of Baker Lake

September 3, 2020 - September 26, 2020

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, 2020 - October 24, 2020
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, 2020 - November 28, 2020
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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Art Fair: Art Toronto 2020

October 28, 2020 - November 8, 2020

Feheley Fine Arts is thrilled to participate in this year’s Art Toronto. Things will be a bit different as the fair will be going virtual with satellite events taking place at participating galleries during an extended period. As usual, we look forward to presenting outstanding works by artists including Michael Massie, Ningiukulu Teevee, Ooloosie Saila, Quvianaqtuk Pudlat, Saimaiyu Akesuk, and Shuvinai Ashoona.

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November 2020

Exhibition: Small Sculptures by Great Artists

November 28, 2020 - January 9, 2021
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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The tradition continues! We are pleased to announce the dates of our annual exhibition of small-scale sculptures by Inuit artists from across the Canadian Arctic. This year’s selection will feature works by artists from Kinngait (Cape Dorset), Qamani’tuaq (Baker Lake), Arviat, Coral Harbour, and more.

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January 2021

Exhibition: Sculpture by Maudie Okittuq

January 23 - February 20
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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Alongside new drawings by Shuvinai Ashoona, we are thrilled to present work by another cutting-edge woman artist, Maudie Okittuq. Based in Talurjuaq (Taloyoak), Okittuq began carving in the late-1960s and has enjoyed an over fifty-year-long artistic career creating remarkable sculpture primarily out of stone. The transformations, shamans, and spirit figures in this delightful selection of work highlights not only Okittuq’s extraordinarily unique vision, but also her exceptional ability to translate the spirit world into stone.

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Exhibition: Textiles by Annie Taipana

January 23 - February 20
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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Alongside Maudie Okittuq’s fantastical sculptures, we are pleased to introduce a new series of wall-hangings by textile artist, Annie Taipana. Taipana’s distinctive wall-hangings are defined by whirlwind compositions of arctic animals, executed in brightly coloured applique and intricately layered stitchwork. Originally from Qamani’tuaq, Taipana now resides in Rankin Inlet where she continues her artistic practice.

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March 2021

Exhibition: Life by the River – William Noah (1943-2020)

March 6 - March 27
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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Graphic artist William Noah led a prolific art career that lasted nearly five decades. Working in the media of acrylic paint and coloured pencil, Noah was best-known for depicting scenes of his community of Qamani’tuaq. Today, in addition to his renown as an artist, Noah’s legacy lives on as a prominent member of his community. This retrospective exhibition is the first since Noah’s passing in 2020, and will feature a selection of never-before-seen works by the artist.

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Exhibition: Land of Plenty – Gjoa Haven Sculpture

March 27 - April 17

Uqsuqtuuq, the Inuktitut name for Gjoa Haven, loosely means “plenty of blubber,” referring the many sea mammals that are local to the area. The community is also abundant in its artistic creativity. Uqsuqtuuq sculptures have always been renowned for their spiritual energy, characterized by eccentric facial expressions and exaggerated forms seen in depictions of shamans, hunters, and animals. Land of Plenty: Gjoa Haven Sculpture brings together a number of contemporary works that carry on the powerful tradition of the Uqsuqtuuq…

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Past Exhibitions


2020

Quvianaqtuk Pudlat

Wild
November

Group Show

Sculptures from Coral Harbour
October

Qavavau Manumie

Drawings
June

Pitseolak Qimirpik

Phantasmagoria
April

Group Show

Celebrating Kudluajuk Ashoona
March

Bill Nasogaluak

Shapeshifter
January

2019

Group Show

60/60
October

Group Show

The Co-op
September

Mathew Nuqingaq

Masquerade
June

Niap

Ivalu
May

Ooloosie Saila

Horizons
March

Shuvinai Ashoona

We End Up Dreaming
January

2018

Convergence North/South

A Collaboration
August

Ningeosiak Ashoona

Form & Balance
July

Group Show

Spectacular Beings
June

Pudlo Pudlat

Unseen
April

Ningiukulu Teevee

Portraits
March

Manumie Brothers

Fantastic Transformations
February

2017

John Hartman

Kinngait Memories
November

Padloo Samayualie

North & South
October

Abraham Anghik Ruben

Gathering of Spirits
September

Siassie Kenneally

All the Things That I Have Seen
June

Janet Kigusiuk

Colour
April

Shuvinai Ashoona

Curiosities
March

2016

Tim Pitsiulak

Ice
November

Ningeokuluk Teevee

Designing Myths
May

Barry Pottle

The Awareness Series
April

Pitaloosie Saila

A Print Retrospective
April

Jutai Toonoo

Life
March

Nicotye Samayualie
& Padloo Samayualie

January

2015

Tim Pitsiulak

South Baffin Way
November

Shuvinai Ashoona
& Shary Boyle

Universal Cobra
November

Kananginak Pootoogook

July

Aoudla Pudlat

Wildlife Drawings
June

Barry Pottle

Urban Inuit
May

Nicotye Samayualie

March

2014

A New Perspective

Siassie Kenneally, Olooreak Etungat, Saimaiyu Akesuk, Kudluajuk Ashoona
November

Shuvinai Ashoona

Woven Throughts
September

Kenojuak Ashevak

A Retrospective
June

Napachie Pootoogook

True North
May

Jutai Toonoo

Still Life
April

Daniel Shimout

In the Old Days
February

2013

Marcel Dzama

Waiting for the Man
December

Tim Pitsiulak

Looking Back – Looking Forward
November

Itee Pootoogook

Itee’s Kinngait
September

Germaine Arnaktauyok

June

Danny Osborne

Mile by Mile
May

Pudlo Pudlat

March