March 3-15: Join us Thursday, March 3, from 6 – 9 PM, for an evening reception of “Celebrating Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.“, new and collectible works by Alex Janvier, Joseph Sanchez, Daphne Odjig, Norval Morrisseau, Eddy Cobiness, Jackson Beardy … Continue reading
The staff at Bearclaw Gallery would like to wish everyone all the best this holiday season. Beginning this Saturday, December 12th, we will be featuring an exhibition of smaller works by our gallery artists. These pieces can be taken home … Continue reading
Join us Saturday, November 28 for the book launch for Who Is Boo? 3: The On-Going and Often Hilarious Tales of One Trickster Rabbit, illustrated by Jason Carter and written by Bridget Ryan. The opening will also include an exhibition … Continue reading
September 26 – October 9th- 40 Years of Celebrating First Nations Art Join us Saturday, September 26 from 1-4 PM to celebrate our 40th Anniversary! Six artists will be in attendance to speak about their work. The exhibition includes new … Continue reading
The Bearclaw Gallery is celebrating 40 years representing First Nations Art. Please join us on September 26th from 1-4 PM for an exhibition featuring works by Alex Janvier, Jane Ash Poitras, Aaron Paquette, Jason Carter, Jessica Desmoulin, Jim Logan, and … Continue reading
Mixed Media Works by Linus Woods Acrylic on Canvas by Jessica Desmoulin A wide assortment of gifts including North West Coast pewter giftware and jewellery. Coming Soon…North West Coast wood carvings, dreamcatchers, crystal candle holders and much more.
This summer we will be featuring our gallery artists: Jane Ash Poitras Alex Janvier Aaron Paquette Linus Woods Maxine Noel Jason Carter Jessica Desmoulin Michael Robinson Leo Arcand We also have a wide selection of Inuit soapstone carvings, North West … Continue reading
Please note that the gallery will be closed until June 18th for renovations. Feel free to email any inquiries during this time to email@example.com We apologize for the inconvenience.
Join us Saturday, May 23 for the opening exhibition “Aliens and Shamans”, an exhibition of new mixed media paintings. There are many similarities among the many pictographs and petroglyphs found on rock walls and in caves around the world. Some … Continue reading
The Bear is a strong and powerful symbol for Native Americans. There is a multitude of ways in which indigenous people honour the bear across North America. It’s seen as a symbol of motherhood, courage and strength; as a brave … Continue reading