Tim Pitsiulak: A Celebration of Life

Tim Pitisulak, talented artist and beloved community leader, passed away in late 2016. On Thursday, July 13 2017, we gathered at Feheley Fine Arts to celebrate his life. Family members from across the arctic, artists, curators, admirers and others joined to pay tribute and remember the late artist. Surrounded by a selection of Tim’s work, memories and remarks were shared … Read More

Tim Pitsiulak’s solo exhibition at Feheley Fine Arts

It was with great enthusiasm that Feheley Fine Arts held the opening of Kimmirut-born artist Tim Pitsiulak’s latest exhibition of drawings, marking the artist’s fourth solo show at the gallery.  The bustling event featured a talk from Andrew Hunter, Fredrik S. Eaton Curator of Canadian Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario. As a friend of the artist, Andrew has … Read More

Tim Pitsiulak: South Baffin Way

Exhibition opened November 15, 2015 Over the last decade, Tim Pitsiulak has become one of the most sought-after contemporary Inuit artists. Born in Kimmirut but now residing in Cape Dorset, he currently divides his time between drawing in Kinngait Studios and spending time on the land, which he refers to as ‘his office’. A skilled hunter, he provides food for … Read More

Tim Pitsiulak “Looking Back, Looking Forward” Opening Reception

Feheley Fine Arts opened the exhibition Tim Pitsiulak: Looking Back, Looking Forward in Fall 2013 which featured extraordinary large-scale drawings by Pitsiulak. The body of work provided an original perspective on Inuit stories while also representing the northern wildlife and environment. Sarah Milroy joined Pitsiulak at the opening reception where the two discussed Pitsiulak’s life as a hunter-artist and later … Read More

Tim Pitsiulak’s “Looking Back, Looking Forward”

Feheley Fine Arts was packed with attendees for the opening reception of Tim Pitsiulak‘s latest exhibition, “Looking Back, Looking Forward.” The highly successful opening was enhanced by having the artist’s warm presence in the gallery; the crowd was captivated by Tim Pitsiulak and Sarah Milroy’s thoughtful opening remarks, conversation, and entertaining question and answer period. Our illustrated catalogue “Looking Back, Looking Forward,” featuring Sarah Milroy’s … Read More

Tim Pitsiulak: Looking Back – Looking Forward

Exhibition opened November 2, 2013 A new exhibition of work by Cape Dorset artist Tim Pitsiulak is an occasion for learning: learning more about life in Canada’s high arctic, and learning more about the developing talent of one of the north’s finest artists.  His pictures of life in the arctic record the environment and the way of life he loves, … Read More

Tim Pitsiulak Exhibition Opening Saturday

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 … Read More

Drawing Attention: Recent works by Tim Pitsiulak

Feheley Fine Arts held the exhibition Drawing Attention: Recent work by Tim Pitsiulak from November 5 – 30, 2011 at 14 Hazelton Avenue, the gallery’s previous location. The exhibition featured new works by Tim Pitsiulak (1967–2016) completed in his preferred medium of coloured pencil and ink on paper. Many of the works were large scale depictions of Pitsiulak’s signature subjects … Read More

Drawing Attention: Recent Work by Tim Pitsiulak

Exhibition opened November 5, 2011 Tim Pitsiulak has come to represent the archetype of the contemporary Inuit artist. His style is highly individual, yet infused with influences from his culture’s traditional past and complex present-day life. Born and raised in Kimmirut, Nunavut, Tim moved to the community of Cape Dorset around 2001. His parents, Temela and Napatchie Pitsiulak were carvers. … Read More

Dorset Large: Large-scale Drawings from the Kinngait Studios

Exhibition opened June 10, 2011 The phenomenon of large scale drawings coming out of the community of Cape Dorset has attracted much interest by collectors and museums in the past few years. The initial offering of large format paper to the arctic community of Cape Dorset has been relatively recent. William (Bill) Ritchie, Studio Manager of the Kinngait Studios in … Read More

North Meets South

Exhibition opened June 11, 2010 Feheley Fine Arts is pleased to present an exhibition that focuses on the innovative ways that contemporary Inuit artists are approaching their work. This group of sculptures and graphics depicts both cutting-edge themes in Inuit art and original artistic techniques. Increasingly, many Inuit artists are living in urban centres. Living in the ‘south’ has opened … Read More

First Solo Show: Tim Pitsiulak

Exhibition opened August 18, 2009 Tim Pitsiulak proudly identifies himself as a hunter and an artist.  This same combination has informed works of art by generations of Inuit artists.  However, as all aspects of life in the Arctic, the face of both of these activities has changed greatly in recent times. Modern boats and motors, rifles, and skidoos are a … Read More