Exhibiting contemporary Canadian art with an emphasis on professional Saskatchewan artists, including David Alexander, Darrell Bell, Eli Bornstein, Victor Cicansky, Joe Fafard, David Thauberger, and various Inuit artists. Media include painting, sculpture, textiles, jewellery, glass and ceramics. Rotating solo and group shows year-round. Thurs to Sat noon - 5 pm, Sun (except Jul/Aug) noon - 4 pm.
Darrell Bell Gallery
405-105 21 Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0B3
Thurs to Sat noon - 5 pm, Sun (except Jul/Aug) noon - 4 pm.
Mentions in Galleries West
Saskatoon artist Wally Dion admires artists who communicate the big picture about the impact of human technologies – people like Toronto photographer Edward Burtynsky and American digital-media artist Aaron Koblin.
May 14, 2013
Taras Polataiko is currently fascinated with the human body in motion. He has made a series of photographs based on the famous studies of 19th century photographer Edward Muybridge.
Aug 31, 2008
Landscape painter David Alexander might document the coast of Newfoundland or paint a volcanic wasteland in Iceland, but he keeps returning to a handful of archetypal Canadian vistas.
Dec 31, 2004
Already a master of traditional stained glass techniques, Lee Brady is now pushing the glass envelope in his production of contemporary vessels.
Apr 30, 2003
Saskatoon artist Ian Rawlinson explores a seemingly mundane subject in his paintings: suburban neighbourhoods at night. Rawlinson’s luminous paintings take us to backyard vantage points, from which we see the shadows of after-dark.
Aug 31, 2002