ART NOW exhibitors

Entering its third year, Art Now provides local, national, and international artists and galleries with opportunities to gain more exposure at a highly professional venue. The show includes an opening night reception, panels, artist talks, a show guide featuring galleries, and more. The event is open to all commercial galleries committed to showcasing the work of established and emerging artists and artisans from across Canada.



The Gallery / art placement inc. is a commercial art gallery that showcases contemporary, modern, and historical fine art by Saskatchewan and Western Canadian artists. Located in downtown Saskatoon, the gallery presents a year-round schedule of solo and group exhibitions, and are members of Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC) and the Saskatchewan Professional Art Galleries Association (SaskGalleries).

The Gallery / art placement inc.
238 - 3rd Avenue South
Saskatoon, SK   S7K 1L9




Established over 40 years ago in 1977, the Assiniboia Gallery showcases contemporary and traditional works of art by more than 40 established and emerging visual artists from across Canada. Assiniboia Gallery is located in Regina.

Assiniboia Gallery 
2266 Smith Street
Regina, SK S4P 2P4

Artwork shown: Whatever it Takes, Sheila Kernan, Mixed Media on Canvas, 30 x 40, 2018



Bohème Gallery represents 25 local, national and international artists. Bohème’s collection of art includes paintings, sculpture, bronze and unique gift items. Gallery owners, Stephen and Denyse Klette, have over 36 years of experience in the art industry and have carefully selected artists that fit into their gallery family. From emerging to master painters and sculptors, there is a wide variety of art to suit the taste and budget of any collector. Bohème Gallery is also the home of Denyse Klette paintings and bronzes. Denyse exhibits her work in three countries and her work is featured in the Wyland Galleries of Florida flagship location in Disney World Epcot.

Bohème Gallery
615 B Main Street
Saskatoon, SK  S7H 0J8

Artwork shown:  Love At First Sight, Denyse Klette, acrylic on aluminum, 24 x 48



Collector's Choice Art Gallery and Framing has been serving Saskatoon and area for almost 40 years.  Focused on accessible art by both established and upcoming Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and Canadian artists and sculptors, the gallery provides both originals and reproductions in a variety of media. It maintains an increasing selection of original works by indigenous artists, and is currently able to offer a variety of lovely crystalline porcelains by Saskatchewan's internationally acclaimed ceramic artists, Rod and Denyse Simair, secured on their recent retirement. In addition to selling artwork in its retail gallery and through its online space, Collector's Choice offers custom framing services for art and objects, including sports, military and personal memorabilia and medals.

Collector's Choice Art Gallery
625D 1st Avenue North
Saskatoon, SK  S7K 1X7



Nouveau Gallery, now in its thirteenth year, features a fresh contemporary mix of mediums, styles and subject matter. Nouveau offers a collection of artists from across Saskatchewan and neighbouring provinces, with individual and group shows throughout the year. Situated on a prominent street in Regina, the large and spacious light-filled gallery brushes the edge of both downtown and the historic Cathedral neighbourhood in Regina.

Nouveau Gallery
2146 Albert Street
Regina, SK   S4P 2T9



Sâkêwêwak is a Plains Cree word meaning, "they are emerging" or "they are coming into view". Incorporated in 1996, Sâkêwêwak has been supporting Indigenous artists in the Regina area for over two decades. All artists need a community of support, and members to engage with in order to succeed. Sâkêwêwak provides this support, giving artists a chance to create, grow, and reach audiences.

Regular programming includes an annual Storytellers Festival, annual residencies, workshops, performances and exibitions. 

Sâkêwêwak Artists' Collective Inc.
Unit 2C, 1440 Broadway Ave
Regina, SK   S7N 1B5



The Saskatchewan Craft Council (SCC) represents almost 400 Saskatchewan Fine Craft artists. We operate the Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery and Fine Craft Boutique on Broadway Avenue in the heart of Saskatoon, plus our Online Gallery Shop. Through our programs,  excellence in craft is nurtured, recognized and valued while Saskatchewan craftspeople flourish creatively and economically. Regular programming includes WinterGreen Fine Craft Market (Regina), HomeStyles Home Show (Saskatoon), and Art Now Fine Art Fair (Saskatoon), the biannual Emma Art Auction (Saskatoon) and the Dimensions 2018 tour of Fine Craft. The SCC operates with financial support from Creative Saskatchewan and the City of Saskatoon, as well as individual members, corporations, sponsors, and patrons.

Saskatchewan Craft Council
813 Broadway Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7N 1B5

Artwork shown: Lee Brady, “Mountain Shadows”, used, stained, kiln formed glass, 11cm X 41 cm, 2009



Representing over 32 artists, Slate Fine Art Gallery has become synonymous with contemporary artwork in a wide range of media making it a premiere destination for Saskatchewan and Canadian art. In addition to presenting over 10 unique exhibitions in each year, Slate Fine Art Gallery brings Saskatchewan art to the world through participation in national art fairs and assists first-time buyers, institutions, and collectors of all levels in acquiring art work that engages the mind and enhances the environment.

Slate Fine Art Gallery
2078 Halifax Street
Regina, SK   S4P 1T8



Void is a printmaking studio and art gallery focused on supporting artists and growing the local arts community. From 2012 to 2017 Void operated a commercial gallery, holding monthly exhibitions of work by local artists. Currently, Void is a non-profit, artist-run centre operating Saskatoon's only publicly-accessible printmaking studio, offering workshops for participants of all skill levels, public print nights like our T-Shirt of the Month Club and 24-hour studio access for member artists. Void has also recently purchased a Risograph and will soon be offering this unique (and cost effective) form of art-quality commercial printing. 

312 Avenue B South
Saskatoon, SK   S7M 1M6

Artwork shown: Obligatory Can-con, Chris Morin, Silkscreen, 2018



Art Calgary promotes Calgary and Alberta as an emerging contemporary art centre by exhibiting some of the most visually stimulating and engaging artwork being produced there today. Art Calgary's focus is to dismantle the preconceived notion that art created within Alberta is most often romanticized, rural and western imagery through representing artists whose work embodies concepts and processes outside of the stereotypical ‘western’ art genre. Art Calgary is committed to exhibiting new work by quality Alberta artists not represented by traditional bricks and mortar galleries.

Art Calgary
Calgary, Alberta   

Artwork shown: Descend, Billie Rae Busby, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 72, 2017



LANTERN is a contemporary art gallery in the historic china town district in downtown Winnipeg. At LANTERN, they program curated solo and group exhibitions of select emerging and established artists. LANTERN is a member of the Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC). 

211 Pacific Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba   R3B 0M5

Artwork show: The Proprietor and the Distorting Mirror, Dee Barsy, acrylic on paper, 23" x 30", 2018 (detail)


2017 Art Now Exhibitors