The Bearclaw Gallery in Edmonton, Alberta carries a diverse selection of Canadian First Nations art including traditional Native and Inuit arts and crafts, original paintings and sculpture.

The gallery features works by internationally acclaimed First Nations artists Daphne Odjig, Norval Morrisseau, Alex Janvier (all of whom are recipients of the Order of Canada), Jane Ash Poitras,  Roy Thomas, Maxine Noel, Jim Logan, Aaron Paquette, Jason Carter, Linus Woods and many other Canadian native artists and Inuit artists.

Exhibitions

Fall Exhibition Schedule

The Bearclaw Gallery is pleased to announce our upcoming Fall Exhibition Schedule:

Linus Woods: September 23 – October 4

Maxine Noel: October 21 – November 2

Laird Goulet: November 18 – 29

Annual Christmas Show: December 2-23

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The Fall Gallery Walk will take place Saturday, September 23 and Sunday,September 24,2017.

News

Upcoming Exhibition

The Bearclaw Gallery is pleased to present “We Are One’, new acrylic on canvas works by Maxine Noel. Opening October 21, with the artist in attendance from 1-4 PM.

“There is a saying that any decision you make must be good for seven generations and then you will have a world for your children. There is a proper way to live, where all living things are of equal value. To view the world in the context that ‘We Are One’ not only ensures the well-being of each of us, but of this sacred planet.” -Maxine Noel

Maxine’s strong commitment to her culture has led to work with the Native Earth Performing Arts, the Canadian Native Arts Foundation and the Association for Native Development in the Performing and Visual Arts. She works actively as a board member, consultant, artistic director and artist; she has lectured and been a panel member at the Saskatchewan School of Fine Arts, the University of Western Ontario and the native program at the Ontario College of Art. Over the past thirty years, Maxine’s works have graced the walls of private and corporate collections around the world.

The exhibition continues to November 2.