Daniel Shimout Closing Exhibition

Daniel Shimout’s first solo exhibition, In the Old Days, is coming to a close. Influenced by a family of carvers, this emerging artist is quickly gaining recognition for his original style and unique integration of various media.  Daniel Shimout’s sculptures provide a powerful insight into the history and spiritualism of traditional Inuit life. Daniel Shimout’s In the Old Days will … Read More

Daniel Shimout Show Starts Saturday

Beginning Saturday, February 15th, Daniel Shimout’s first solo exhibition, In the Old Days, will be at Feheley Fine Arts. Heavily influenced by Inuit legends and traditional ways of life, Shimout’s intricate sculptures often blend realism and fantasy. His original artworks involve multiple forms of media, including baleen, whalebone, caribou antler, muskox horn, stone and ivory. You can find Daniel Shimout’s In the … Read More

Shuvinai Ashoona and Ohotaq Mikkigak selected for SITElines 2014

Congratulations to Inuit artists Shuvinai Ashoona and Ohotaq Mikkigak who will be represented at SITElines 2014: Unsettled Landscapes. A combination of existing works and new commissions, SITE Santa Fe selected 45 promising contemporary artists to participate in the “reimagined biennial exhibition series“. SITElines will take place from July 20, 2014 – January 11, 2015.

Pat Feheley at the AGO discussing the art of Kenojuak Ashevak

As a part of the Close Encounters Series, Pat Feheley was invited to the Art Gallery of Ontario on January 29 to discuss the art and career of the late Kenojuak Ashevak. If you missed the talk, you can watch her on the AGO’s live stream below. Post by Feheley Fine Arts.

Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial

The internationally renowned Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevak passed away on January 8th, 2013. Pat Feheley, a good friend of the artist, hosted a memorial service to commemorate the anniversary of her passing. [singlepic=86] Kenojuak Ashevak’s signature style and bold, colourful artwork was well-awarded; she was appointed to the Order of Canada in 1967, elected a member of the Royal Canadian Academy … Read More

Happy Holidays from Feheley Fine Arts!

The staff of Feheley Fine Arts wishes all of our followers a wonderful holiday! The gallery will close for the holidays on December 21st and reopen on January 7th, 2014.

Feheley Fine Arts in Canadian Art Magazine

On the weekend of September 21st, 2013, Feheley Fine Arts participated in the Canadian Art Foundation‘s annual Gallery Hop, a cross-Toronto event involving free talks and tours for those interested in the visual arts.   Sarah Milroy was in the gallery to discuss Itee Pootoogook’s most recent exhibition of original drawings, “Itee’s Kinngait.” The Winter 2014 issue of Canadian Art … Read More

“Waiting for the Man” in The Globe and Mail

The Marcel Dzama exhibition at Feheley Fine Arts made the Globe and Mail‘s Critics’ Picks! Check out what James Adams had to say about “Waiting for the Man” below. [singlepic=78] The proceeds from “Waiting for the Man” are being donated to Winnipeg’s Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art. The exhibition will be at Feheley Fine Arts until December 21st, 2013.

Small Sculptures By Great Artists

[singlepic=74]Komoartuk Pootoogook’s BEAR, 2013 Feheley Fine Arts’ annual Christmas tradition has returned! For more than twenty years, the gallery has showcased “Small Sculptures by Great Artists,” an exhibition of small-scale works from across the Canadian Arctic. This year’s show will feature a variety of carvings by well-known established Inuit artists, such as Pauta Saila and Jamasie Pitseolak, as well as … Read More

Marcel Dzama’s Early Drawings Opens Tomorrow

[singlepic=73] Marcel Dzama Exhibition at Feheley Fine Arts Feheley Fine Arts has decided to finish the calendar year with an unusual exhibition.   In a change from our customary Inuit collections, we are excited to present “Waiting for the Man,” a rare exhibition of early figurative drawings by Marcel Dzama.   This collection of small-scale ink and watercolour drawings was donated … Read More