Champagne & Shortbread

On December 2nd we held our annual show of small sculptures, Small Sculptures by Great Artists, alongside Antler, Bone, Stone: Recent Sculpture from Igloolik. In these two exhibitions, small-scale works of art from master carvers such as Bart Hanna, Toonoo Sharky, and Kiakshuk, to name a few, are stunning. To celebrate the opening and the upcoming holidays, we themed the … Read More

Book Signing with Germaine Arnaktauyok

On November 25th Feheley Fine Arts had the privilege of hosting a book signing for Germaine Arnaktauyok’s new book, Inuit Spirit. Inhabit Media has worked collaboratively with Arnaktauyok to produce this adult colouring book with text explaining the traditional Inuit imagery. Accompanied by Neil Christopher, publisher and managing partner at Inhabit Media, this event included a discussion of the book … Read More

Kinngait Memories – John Hartman in Cape Dorset

On November 18th we opened our latest show, Kinngait Memories – John Hartman in Cape Dorset, a unique collaboration with Nicholas Metivier Gallery. Hartman, who was present, gave a talk about his experience working in Cape Dorset, to help elucidate some of the themes and ideas found in this show. The exhibition examines the work created by Hartman while he … Read More

Art Toronto 2017

This October marked 18 successful years of Feheley Fine Arts’ participation at Art Toronto. This year, our booth exhibited the works of seven talented Inuit artists: the late Annie Pootoogook, Tim Pitsiulak, and Janet Kigusiq; established artists Ningiukulu Teevee, and Shuvinai Ashoona; and emerging artists Padloo Samayualie and Ooloosie Saila. For the 6th time, a work from our booth was … Read More

Padloo Samayualie: North & South

On October 20th, Feheley Fine Arts opened Padloo Samayualie’s first solo exhibition, North & South. The artist was present at the well-attended reception for the exhibition, which features 31 drawings in coloured pencil and ink. After a short introduction by Patricia Feheley, Samayualie spoke about her work.  Many of the drawings in this show were inspired by her time in … Read More

Abraham Anghik Ruben – Gathering of Spirits

On September 14th Feheley Fine Arts opened Abraham Anghik Ruben’s latest show, Gathering of Spirits, which ran until October 14th. The opening reception was well attended. The artist was present, and gave a speech about his work, after an introduction by Patricia Feheley. Ruben stayed for the event to mingle with visitors and speak with them personally. The show features … Read More

Fall 2017 Newsletter

Along with so many, we mourn the death of Terry Ryan – artist, visionary, unceasing advocate for Inuit Art and a gentleman of impeccable taste. His unique leadership and insight guided generations of artists and residents in Cape Dorset. He enriched the lives of so many, particularly those of us who knew him well. Photo by: John Reeves A major … Read More

Tim Pitsiulak: A Celebration of Life

Tim Pitisulak, talented artist and beloved community leader, passed away in late 2016. On Thursday, July 13 2017, we gathered at Feheley Fine Arts to celebrate his life. Family members from across the arctic, artists, curators, admirers and others joined to pay tribute and remember the late artist. Surrounded by a selection of Tim’s work, memories and remarks were shared … Read More

Papier 17

Papier 17 Toronto Feheley Fine Arts Gallery

Over the weekend of April 22nd, Papier 17 was held at Montreal’s Arsenal, a contemporary work on paper fair. This year we highlighted work by Shuvinai Ashoona, Ningiukuluk Teevee and featured a special collaborative work by Harold Klunder and Kenojuak Ashevak. We also exhibited prints from the 1960s. We are especially proud the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts acquired two works by … Read More

Shuvinai Ashoona – Curiosities

On March 11th we opened Shuvinai Ashoona’s latest show Curiosities. Continuing with Shuvinai’s constant exploration of imaginary scenes, this show taps into her familiar themes of globes, monsters, and traditional scenes along with the introduction of bones. Shuvinai was present for the exhibition along with Joemie Takpaungai, who assisted the artist translating some of her ideas in Inuktitut. After a … Read More