The Chapel Gallery is a public gallery with special emphases on contemporary, regional and Aboriginal art in all media. It facilitates workshops, mentorship programs and supports the thoughtful reception of art. Proposals from artists, curators and collectives are accepted on an ongoing basis. Jun to Sept: daily noon - 4 pm; Sept to May: Wed to Sun noon - 4 pm.
1-891 99 St, North Battleford, Saskatchewan S9A 2Y6
Jun to Sept: daily noon - 4 pm; Sept to May: Wed to Sun noon - 4 pm.
Mentions in Galleries West
GEORGE CAMPBELL TINNING, "The Newfoundland Paintings," January 1 to February 28, 2012, Chapel Gallery, North Battleford
Inspired during his short visit to Newfoundland as a Canadian war artist, George Campbell Tinning returned to paint the island in 1949, just two months after the colony voted to join Confederation.
Dec 31, 2011
There’s a tactility in Leah Dorion’s work that mimics her subject — the expression of Metis women in dance and domestic activity.
Aug 31, 2011
Spanning 30 years, Terry Billings’ artistic career has always addressed the relationship between nature and culture, especially the boundaries between very public forms of understanding of nature and our individual subjective understanding.
Dec 31, 2010