What will you find at the Bearclaw Art Gallery?

Posted by on Friday, June 12th, 2015 at 10:09am.

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Located in the heart of the Gallery Walk district in Edmonton, Alberta stands an art gallery whose main focus is to celebrate the heritage of Canadian First Nations. Internationally known artists will be the detailed artwork you will view when visiting.

Celebrating 40 years as a fine Canadian First Nations art dealer, great relationships have been satisfied with First Nations artists across the country. They provide Canadian First Nations and Inuit Art to locals and internationally. Operating hours are Monday through Saturday 10 am-5:30 pm.

Inuit and West Coast Art

Bearclaw Art Gallery also offers astonishing arts and sophisticated crafts for your viewing and purchasing pleasure. Clients can purchase a Northwest Coast wood carving in all its glory, or a precious Inuit doll to share with that little someone on a special celebratory day or the collector in your life.

Inuit Art Soapstone Sculptures by a number of master artists are a favourite of the Bearclaw Art Gallery, or maybe your home would look better with a fabulous piece of West Coast art such as a native symbolic mask or a carefully formed sculpture or two.

Amazing Exhibitions

Each spring Bearclaw Art Gallery hosts a series of exhibitions including new pieces. This year is no exception. If you visit one of the exhibitions you will notice a diverse selection of paintings, sculptures, and crafts which are sure to be eye-catching. It is exciting to meet a new artist and learn more about the inspiration for specific pieces.

Whether you are someone who is new to the art community or have been an art enthusiast for many years, the Bearclaw Art Gallery is truly a culturally diverse experience. Come in and browse and you are sure to find yourself traveling back in time to feel the First Nation culture as portrayed by the gentle hand of a master.

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