Exhibition: Quvianaqtuk Pudlat – Experimentals

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Deviating from his coloured pencil and ink drawings, this new series by Quvianaqtuk Pudlat transforms his naturalistic images of Arctic wildlife into bold and expressive compositions. Using experimental painting techniques on iridescent paper, the resulting works feature striking black ink compositions set against vibrant background colours, signalling an exciting possible new direction for the artist.

Twelve by Twelve

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 exception of Niap who was … Read More

Wild – Drawings by Quvianaqtuk Pudlat

Kinngait-based artist Quvianaqtuk Pudlat only began his artistic career in 2017 and has already taken the art world by storm. In 2018, Feheley Fine Arts introduced his dynamic drawings to great success. We are pleased to present his second solo featuring both large and small-scale drawings that expand on his earlier depictions of Arctic wildlife. Pudlat’s intimate knowledge of animals, … Read More

Quvianaqtuk Pudlat: Wild

As in nature, it is difficult to find a straight line in the drawings of Kinngait artist Quvianaqtuk Pudlat. Instead, his marks curve, twist and undulate across the page like slow rolling tides. Pudlat only took up drawing in 2017 but has quickly earned a reputation as a formidable artist with a unique approach to subjects. Through a deft hand, … Read More

Quvianaqtuk Pudlat – An emerging talent

His story is almost as compelling as his art. Quvianaqtuk Pudlat – Quvi to his friends – has broken through with his drawings and prints. And Inuit art lovers have certainly taken notice. Quvi’s talent and craft are on display in his striking compositions and impeccable drawing skills. What’s equally remarkable for a new graphic artist is that he’s only … Read More