Celebrating the inaugural session at Art NOW! in Regina
Thank you to artists, makers and visitors to the 4th annual Art Now Fine Art Fair, the largest of its kind across the prairies. Following an incredible inaugural season, Black Spruce Gallery made a strong impact at the fair thanks to your appreciation for original, nature-themed art.
Ready for the July long weekend grand opening!
he construction phase complete and original fine art and craft in the gallery, Black Spruce is ready for the grand opening on July long weekend. Drop by as you stroll around town, conveniently located between the ice cream shops!
First sale of the season – Penny Gabor – An artist to watch!
enny Gabor creates rich, vibrant works of art using alcohol ink, a solution of dye dissolved in isopropyl alcohol, on a non-porous synthetic paper. The ink creates highly intense, translucent colours that form wonderfully organic lines. The paper is mounted on top of a panel and protected by a clear resin. Inspired by nature and with whimsical creativity, Penny’s art is captivating and engaging. She is a creative and pioneering spirit, determined to try new things. Her latest works available at Black Spruce Gallery are an example her innovation and creativity. Penny Gabor is a juried member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council and resides in Caronport, Saskatchewan with her family. Penny’s painting was our first sale in Waskesiu and we believe she is an artist to watch!
Check out Black Spruce Gallery on Art Now online.
Sask Galleries Art Now online, a curated online exhibition of Saskatchewan’s professional commercial art galleries. Buy your favourite piece as a gift or for yourself. You’re original. Buy original.heck us out on
Fine art and fine craft arriving in time for the soft opening on May long weekend.
s we prepare for the grand opening this spring, fine art and craft is arriving daily. Check out what’s in the box!
uilt in the early 1930s, this log building is one of the oldest in Waskesiu and boasts the rustic Tudor charm of the national park community. It housed different galleries over the decades and is undergoing some renovations in preparation for the Black Spruce Gallery grand opening. The stained logs are returned to their natural state to best showcase the fine art that will soon hang on its walls.