Home  

| art supplies | framing | gallery |

| main | gallery | artists | exhibitions | location & hours | about us | connect

 

search by artist name:

Current Exhibitions

 

 

 JANE HARINGTON - Belonging
Reception: Saturday, March 7, 2PM
March 7 - April 16
>> click here for more information
Art Placement is pleased to present Jane Harington’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Harington is a Saskatoon-based painter known for her luscious and painterly style. She works in oils combining thick paint and fluid brush work with vibrant colour. Inspired by the natural world, Harington moves beyond the appearances of things to instead focus on the sensations and emotions associated with objects and places. Born on the Falkland Islands, Harington has lived in Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and England before she moved to Canada with her family in 1991. Her art education began in Saskatoon where she studied under several local artists before completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Saskatchewan in 2004. Her work has been shown in group and solo shows in cities across the province, and is included in private collections in Canada, the United States, Britain, and South Africa, as well as the collection of the University of Saskatchewan.

 

Upcoming Exhibitions

 

 

 LESLIE POTTER - RETROUVER: Future Landscapes & Artefacts
Reception: Saturday, April 18, 2PM
April 18 - May 28
>> click here for more information
Art Placement is pleased to present the first major exhibition of Leslie Potter’s work at the gallery since 2013. Best known for his largescale outdoor sculptures, which can be found throughout the city, this latest exhibition presents a lesser known side of Potter’s material practice. Exploring collage as a method and an aesthetic, the show brings together a selection of two- and three-dimensional works in a variety of media, all ongoing over the last several years. Intimate and introspective, each work is a meditation on Potter’s identity as an artist as well as larger social and environmental issues. Leslie Potter has been exhibiting his work since the early 1970s, including public commissions for the City of Saskatoon, City of Prince Albert, Town of Outlook, and the University of Saskatchewan. His work can also be found in numerous private and public collections locally and nationally.

 

Past Exhibitions

 

 

 The Musical Powers - Live Performance
Reception: CANCELLED
POSTPONED - stay tuned for details about a new date in the near future
>> click here for more information
In celebration of Saskatoon's Juno Week festivities, Art Placement is pleased to present an intimate musical performance by local ensemble, The Musical Powers: Paul Atkins, Paul Koopman, Oleg Pavuk, and Peter Stinson.

 

 

 like this and like that
Reception: Saturday, February 29, 2PM
February 20 - March 5
>> click here for more information
Recent work by the Staff & Sessional Lecturers in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Saskatchewan: Joseph Anderson, Terry Billings, Patrick Bulas, Ann Donald, Barbara Reimer, Xiao Han, Clint Hunker, Grant McConnell, Marcus Miller, Frances Robson, Jordan Schwab, Jacob Semko, Nik Semenoff, Laura St. Pierre, Shawn Zheng

 

 

 NEW YEAR GROUP SHOW
Reception: no reception
January 18 - February 13
>> click here for more information
New Year, New Works & Recent Arrivals: Catherine Perehudoff Fowler, Ernest Lindner, Heather M. Cline, Jon Vaughn, Jordan Danchilla, Rebecca Perehudoff, Robert Christie, Ruth Cuthand, and Steph Krawchuk.

 

 

 SMALL WORKS Holiday Show
Reception: no reception
December 10 - December 24
>> click here for more information
Art Placement is pleased to present an online exhibition of small works for the holiday season. Original art is the perfect one-of-a-kind gift. We've searched our inventory to provide this carefully curated selection of beautiful and unique art works for you to enjoy, all perfectly sized for gifting, and available now.

 

 

 LORENZO DUPUIS: Strands
Reception: Saturday, December 7, 2PM - 5PM
December 7 - January 16
>> click here for more information
Art Placement is pleased to present this latest exhibition by Lorenzo Dupuis, showcasing his most recent work in egg tempera. For more than a decade, Dupuis has explored egg tempera, interpreting the ancient medium through a modernist lens and abstract aesthetic vocabulary. Bringing together a range of recent works, the title of the exhibition can be read in multiple ways. In one sense, the nature of the medium itself necessitates short, quick strokes, creating a surface of overlapping and interlacing hatch marks that reference threads and woven textiles. In another sense, strands also refers to the variety of stylistic approaches Dupuis has pursued, ranging from representational realism to subtle, all-over fields, and high contrast geometric abstractions. These diverse approaches, all ongoing simultaneously, are the strands that weave together to form the tapestry of his recent production.

 

 

 Fine Arts Faculty from the University of Saskatchewan
Reception: Saturday, October 26, 2PM - 4PM
October 26 - December 5
>> click here for more information
Art Placement is pleased to once again host an exhibition of work by the Faculty members in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Saskatchewan. In addition to teaching and conducting research, the department faculty are also among the leading artists in the province, making work at the forefront of an ever-changing artistic landscape. Their work is diverse and often cross-disciplinary, merging new technologies with established genres, media, and forms. Individually, they have exhibited locally, nationally, and internationally, and their works have been collected by prestigious institutions across Canada and abroad. Featuring new and recent work by Lisa Birke, Jennifer Crane, Allyson Glenn, John Graham, Mary Longman, jake moore, Alison Norlen, Tim Nowlin, and Susan Shantz.

 

 

 ART NOW 2019
Reception: Thursday, September 19, 7PM - 10PM
September 19 - 22
>> click here for more information
The fourth annual Art Now Fine Art Fair will be held in Regina from September 19 to 22, 2019. Art Now is the only show of its kind on the prairies, celebrating the variety and quality of original fine art that Saskatchewan has to offer. Art Now provides an accessible and comfortable fine art experience while showcasing Saskatchewan's commercial galleries and the vibrant visual art industry.

 

 

 GREGORY HARDY: Landscape and Memory
Reception: Saturday, September 14, 2PM - 5PM
September 14 - October 24
>> click here for more information
Art Placement is pleased to present Gregory Hardy’s latest exhibition, 'Landscape & Memory'. Hardy shares the belief, expressed in Simon Schama’s book of the same title, “...that every landscape--forest, river, or mountain--is a work of the mind, a repository of memories and obsessions of the people who gaze upon it.” The exhibition unveils a selection of brand new paintings inspired by Hardy’s memories and experiences in landscapes near and far, highlighting the introspective and affective dimensions of his approach to the subject. One of the leading landscape painters of his generation, Hardy’s signature style has been exhibited throughout the country for more than forty years.

 

 

 Group Show: End of Summer Selections
Reception: no reception.
August 10 - September 12
>> click here for more information
Art Placement is pleased to present an end of summer group show to finish off the season. The exhibition offers a delightful and eclectic mix of works for your enjoyment. Featuring new arrivals, recent works, and select pieces by a broad range of gallery artists, including Donald Bird, Robert Christie, Heather Cline, Jordan Danchilla, Lorenzo Dupuis, Terry Fenton, Cameron Forbes, Jonathan Forrest, Greg Hardy, Jane Harington, Clint Hunker, Dorothy Knowles, Sandra Ledingham, Cam McKay, Alicia Popoff, William Perehudoff, Ian Rawlinson, Dawna Rose, Pat Service, and Laura St. Pierre.

 

 

 MARTIN BENNETT: When I Can No Longer Play For Time: Shift/Turn/Shuffle/1992-2019
Reception: Thursday, July 4, 5-7PM
July 4 - August 8
>> click here for more information
Art Placement is pleased to present “When I Can No Longer Play For Time: Shift/Turn/Shuffle/1992-2019”, Martin Bennett’s debut solo exhibition at the gallery. Bennett studied painting at the Alberta College of Art and Design in the late 1980s and early 1990s, establishing himself as a prominent artist in the Calgary scene. He has resided in Saskatoon for the last 12 years, though he divides much of his studio time between Canada and England. Art Placement is delighted to present this mid-career survey of Bennett’s work, highlighting major series drawn from several decades of his production as well as a selection of new paintings; mature works that are visually striking and introspective, expanding thematically, aesthetically, and conceptually upon the numerous threads woven throughout his past work.

 



The GALLERY / art placement inc.
238 - 3rd avenue south, saskatoon, SK, canada, S7K 1L9

p: 306.664.3385
f: 306.933.2521
e: gallery@artplacement.com

Art Dealers Association of Canada framingart supplies

© all images, text, and site design

SASK ART