Art reflects the spiritual and physical reliance of humanity on the natural world. The Willock & Sax Gallery is innovative and eclectic, rooted in the idea that art is about people, place, and community. They carry work by mainly Western Canadian contemporary and historic artists, who enjoy international, national, and regional reputations. Daily 10 am – 6 pm.
contemporary artists Peter von Tiesenhausen, Robert Sinclair, Maureen Enns, Garry Berteig, Douglas Haynes, Michael Sproule, Barbara Paterson, Darren Petersen, John Chalke, Bradley Keys, Barbara Tipton, Les Manning, Tom Willock, Amy Loewan, Brenda Malkinson, D. Helen Mackie, Jean Sheppard, R. Fern Langemann, Cathryn Jenkins, Carolyn Campbell, Yuriko Kitamura, Chris Stoffel-Overvoorde, Dennis Surrendi, Roger Olson, and Yael Krakowski amongst many others, who work in a wide variety of media, including original paintings, photography, prints and drawings, functional and fine art ceramics, art glass, sculpture, jewellery and woodturning.
Also represent the estates of Prof. Harry Wohlfarth, Irene McCaugherty, John Snow, Margaret Shelton, Jack Beder and George Weber.
First Nations art by Joane Cardinal-Schubert, George Littlechild and Aaron Paquette as well as
Inuit sculpture and drawings from Cape Dorset artists such as Kenojuak Ashevak, Omalluq Oshutsiaq, Kananginak Pootoogook, Mary Pudlat, Pudloo Pudlat, Shuvinai Ashoona and Sheojuk Etidlooie.