After a weekend of wonderful events involving Tim Pitsiulak, emerging as a major talent on the Canadian contemporary art landscape, at both Art Toronto and the VIP brunch in our gallery, we are now preparing for the opening this Saturday of our third major solo exhibition by this talented artist.
Tim Pitsiulak won new friends and admirers at Art Toronto who will join his loyal following this coming Saturday for the opening of “Looking Back, Looking Forward.” The opening reception will feature a talk by writer Sarah Milroy and the artist himself. This is Tim’s third solo exhibition at Feheley Fine Arts, the first and second being in 2009 and 2011.
Our illustrated catalogue “Looking Back, Looking Forward” (available on request), features an insightful essay by writer Sarah Milroy.
Tim Pitsiulak is a multi-disciplinary artist who has been involved in jewellery-making, carving, and print-making, but is most renowned for his epic large-scale drawings of the arctic land and wildlife.
Tim Pitsiulak’s work has been featured in the Art Gallery of Ontario’s publication (2010) and exhibition, “Inuit Modern: The Samuel and Esther Sarick Collection” (2011). He was also the subject of an in-depth article in The Walrus Magazine (July/August 2012 issue), and was featured in “Sakahan” at the National Gallery of Canada (2013).
His drawings can be found in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada Council Art Bank, and TD Bank Financial Group.
Feheley Fine Arts will have “Looking Back, Looking Forward” on the walls until November 22nd, 2013.