The Private Collection – Baker Lake Wall-hangings

On Saturday September 24th, we celebrated the launch of our new website as well as the opening of our Baker Lake Wall-hanging exhibition. Installed in the gallery are over 30 wall-hangings and one very special Amautiq.  To a full gallery, Ragilee and Morris Alorut performed a song and traditional drum dance. The exhibition will run until the 15th of October. … Read More

The Awareness Series by Barry Pottle

We were delighted to open The Awareness Series exhibition by Barry Pottle on April 30th, 2016.  The show features a series of 19 photographs split into two contrasting concepts depicting Inuit identity. ‘The Eskimo Identification Tag’ (Disc number) was issued by the Government of Canada, starting in the 1940’s, as a means of identifying Inuit for census purposes.  The series includes … Read More

Jutai Toonoo – Life: A Retrospective Exhibition

In late 2015, beloved artist Jutai Toonoo passed away at his home in Cape Dorset.We commemorated his life and work on March 5th with a special retrospective exhibition. Family from Cape Dorset, Iqaluit and Ottawa, along with friends and admirers of the artist attended the event at Feheley Fine Arts. Surrounded by a large body of Jutai’s work spanning the past 16 … Read More

The Samayualie Sisters at Feheley Fine Arts

We were delighted to host a bustling preview on Saturday January 9th of drawings by Nicotye and Padloo Samayualie.  The sisters were present at the gallery during their brief stop over en route to Banff. Nicotye (accompanied by her sister Padloo and 18 month nephew Norman) has been invited to participate in a residency in Banff as part of the … Read More

Tim Pitsiulak’s Solo Exibition at Feheley Fine Arts

It was with great enthusiasm that Feheley Fine Arts held the opening of Tim Pitsiulak’s latest drawings, marking the artist’s fourth solo show at the gallery. The bustling event included a talk from Andrew Hunter, Fredrik S. Eaton Curator, Canadian Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Andrew is also a friend of the artist, having visiting him in his … Read More

SakKijâjuk: Inuit Fine Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut

Pat was invited to attend SakKijâjuk: Inuit Fine Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut (November 19 – 22, 2015),  held in Goose Bay, Labrador. Rooted in Inuit principles of shared leadership and knowledge, collective decision making and inclusion, the event was the first of it’s kind and an important part in supporting Nunatsiavut artists. This touring exhibition will travel throughout Canada’s … Read More

Artist Talk with Samaiyu Akesuk and Papiara Tukiki

This year Feheley Fine Arts is pleased to be the Canadian Host Gallery for the 2015 Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection. Along with our preview of the first edition prints, we are delighted to be hosting a gallery talk on Friday, October 16, from 1-3 pm with two wonderful artists featured in this year’s collection, Papiara Tukiki and Saimaiyu Akesuk. Tukiki, … Read More

Piliriqatigiingniq Mural Project

Patrick Thompson and Alexa Hatanaka have collaborated with Cape Dorset artists Audi Qinnuayuaq, Latch Akesuk, Cie Taqiasaq and Parr Etidloie on the Piliriqatigiingniq Mural Project, an incredible outdoor public art project in downtown Toronto. After be forced to find a new wall at the last minute, the team has officially completed a colourful painting on the side of a youth … Read More

Nicotye Samayualie in Toronto

We are very fortunate to have Cape Dorset artist Nicotye Samayualie in Toronto for the opening reception of her first solo exhibition. While only in the city for less than a week due to weather conditions in the Arctic, Nicotye has been busy. Friday morning, the artist and Pat Feheley gave a tour of the gallery and exhibition to the … Read More

Lucy Tasseor Sculpture Show

We are pleased to present a rare collection of sculpture and drawings by renowned Arviat artist Lucy Tasseor, now at Feheley Fine Arts. This retrospective exhibition will feature works from the private collection of John Vincett. The collection spans Tasseor’s lifetime, exhibiting her early work from the 1960s until the decade before her death. Her identifiable and unique sculptural style – minimal, abstract … Read More