Established in 1977, the Assiniboia Gallery showcases contemporary and traditional works of art by established and emerging visual artists. The main focus is professional Canadian artists including Sheila Kernan, Robert Genn, Kimberly Kiel, Rick Bond, Angela Morgan and many more. Tues to Fri 10 am - 5:30 pm, Sat 10 am - 5 pm.
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Tues to Fri 10 am - 5:30 pm, Sat 10 am - 5 pm.
Mentions in Galleries West
Rachelle Kearns doesn’t have a Texas drawl – yet. The artist moved several months ago from Toronto to Austin when her husband began work with a tech start-up. She continues to paint and ship her work back to Canadian galleries.
Dec 31, 2015
The cheery paintings of Angela Morgan, who lives in Fernie, B.C., play with whimsy and popular conventions, presenting women in the landscape in a loosely impressionistic style.
May 23, 2015
Mary and Jeremy Weimer at Assiniboia Gallery in Regina have embraced social media as a way of communicating with potential collectors and making sales.
Aug 31, 2011
Sodbusters share a fierce connection to the land. While some farm it and others experience it on snow-packed sled trails, Louise Cook prefers to paint it.
Apr 30, 2009
While Darlene Hay’s new body of acrylic paintings celebrates Saskatchewan’s wild grasslands and wetlands, they also bring forward some questions about our attachment to these spaces.
Aug 31, 2007
The sky and light of southeastern Saskatchewan are unending sources of wonder to Eltje Degenhart.
Aug 31, 2006
TED GODWIN, PHYLLIS GODWIN, and TEDDI RUTH DRIEDGER, Three Rivers, Apr 9–May 4, 2005 Assiniboia Gallery, Regina
Assiniboia Gallery’s April show of new work from Ted Godwin, his wife Phyllis Godwin and their daughter Teddi Ruth Driedger, marks the first time the three artists have exhibited their work together.
Dec 31, 2004
There aren’t many parks in Western Canada that Wee Lee hasn’t visited. From Riding Mountain in Manitoba to Jasper National Park in Alberta, he has spent much of his time as an artist travelling to places where nature inspires him.
Dec 31, 2003
Bob Boyer is a pow-wow dancer, a social activist, a professor and head of Fine Arts at the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College in Regina, a curator, and an internationally acclaimed painter and installation artist.
Dec 31, 2002