Twelve by Twelve

Exhibition opened June 28, 2022 We are pleased to present the group exhibition Twelve by Twelve, featuring 12 stellar works by 12 great Inuit artists. Expertly selected by Pat Feheley herself, these works represent the breadth and diversity in style and subject presented by artists from the Canadian North. Artists in the show come primarily from Kinngait, Nunavut, with the … Read More

Thin Ice: Drawings by Qavavau Manumie

Exhibition opened April 9, 2022 Thin Ice, a solo exhibition of primarily new drawings by Qavavau Manumie, explores contemporary issues of climate change in the Arctic. Based in Kinngait, Nunavut, Manumie is a long-time observer of environmental shifts in his home community and how it increasingly affects the land, animals, and people of the circumpolar north. In keeping with his … Read More

Qavavau Manumie at the Biennale of Sydney

On view until June 13, 2022: the Biennale of Sydney in Australia, now in its 23rd iteration. Taking place every two years, the international art exhibition showcases work by compelling contemporary artists from around the world that speak to a selected theme. This year’s theme derives from the latin word rīvus, meaning small stream of water. It focuses on dynamic … Read More

Qavavau Manumie: Layers

Exhibition opened June 6, 2020 Born in Brandon, Manitoba, Qavavau Manumie (b. 1958) has lived in Kinngait (Cape Dorset) for most of his life. He is known for his intricate compositions in ink and coloured pencil, as well as his skills as a meticulous printmaker. Manumie’s work demonstrates a range of styles from the naturalistic, to the more illustrative, to … Read More

Fantastic Transformations: Artworks by Qavavau & Tukiki Manumie

On February 3, 2018, Feheley Fine Arts opened its latest exhibition titled Fantastic Transformations. The exhibition features drawings on paper by Qavavau Manumie alongside sculptures and drawings by his brother, Tukiki Manumie. Born six years apart to a family of artists, Qavavau (born 1958) and Tukiki (1952-2017) each developed distinct artistic styles. Tukiki is best known for his serpentinite sculptures and … Read More