Winnipeg All Galleries
A fine collection of Inuit sculpture, prints and wallhangings from all areas of the Canadian Arctic by leading Inuit artists -- stone carvings of polar bears, loons, seals, spirit pieces and much more. Also showing contemporary Canadian artists. Mon to Sat 9:30 am - 5:30 pm, Thur til 6:30 pm.
Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson is the culmination of art, intellect and culture. Specializing in smaller works by gifted artists, Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson curates a new exhibit each month. Mon to Sat, 9 am – 10 pm; Fri, Sat till 11 pm; Sun 10 am – 6 pm
Martha Street Studio is a community-based printmaking facility offering equipment, facilities and support to produce, exhibit, and disseminate cutting-edge, print-based works. There are classes in both traditional and digital printing processes, and ongoing outreach programs. The gallery facility offers visual artwork from emerging and master artists. Mon to Fri 10 am - 5 pm.
Urban Shaman Gallery is an aboriginal artist-run centre dedicated to meeting the needs of artists by providing a vehicle for artistic expression in all disciplines and at all levels by taking a leadership role in the cultivation of indigenous art. Tues to Sat noon 5 pm.
Showcasing contemporary work of Manitoba's finest francophone artists. Une galerie idéale pour apprécier les oeuvres d'artistes francophones de toutes disciplines. Winter/hiver Mon to Fri 9 am - 5 pm; Summer/été Mon to Sun 9 am - 5 pm.
Plug In ICA is a forerunner in the exhibition and commissioning of visual culture across media and disciplines. As an institute it fosters the production of art while expanding audiences. Exhibitions include work by international artists and by emerging local artists. Educational programs provide guided experiences of contemporary art and ask about the importance of art and artists in Canadian culture. Free admission. Tues to Fri noon - 6 pm; Thurs till 8 pm; Sat & Sun noon - 5 pm.
Soul Gallery features contemporary fine art in a unique gallery setting. Sculpture, paintings, photography and monoprints by local, national and international artists are showcased in well-appointed rooms of a HOME, creating a one-of-a-kind art gallery experience. Refer to website for solo and regular exhibition schedule. Daily by appointment and Sat noon - 4 pm.
Located in a historic area known for its restaurants and indie boutiques, Gallery Lacosse celebrates Manitoba Art and its place in the Canadian creative landscape. Always unique and original the art represented may be traditional, contemporary, decorative, abstract, representational, or functional. Up-to-date website highlights artists, events and promotions. Tues to Fri 11 am - 6 pm, Sat 10 am - 5 pm.
See RFM McInnis' Canadian art for yourself on his personal website. New figurative works in oil are featured along with related drawings and sketches and a showcase of new and earlier works, including portraits of noted Canadians and figurative drawings. Also includes links to representative galleries across Canada and complete biographical information.
Jeff Gasenzer and son Jeff Jr are the fifth and sixth generations in the family business of glass and picture framing. They also represent a variety of Manitoba artists showing a diversity of innovative artworks. Shows are rotated every few weeks. Mon to Sat 10 am - 5 pm.
Formerly a Trappist monastery, the stately guest house and extraordinary historical ruins in a park-like setting, inspire thousands of visitors and artists-in-residence to enjoy its programs every year. Visitors are welcome to view the art exhibitions and performances, or simply enjoy a relaxing day in a beautiful and serene location just 20 minutes south of Winnipeg.
This gallery represents a limited number of diverse Canadian and International artists. Consulting for artists and art lovers alike, Grollé Fine Art manages collections for both seasoned and burgeoning collectors. On Garry, just off Broadway, minutes from The Forks and the Canadian Museum of Human Rights. Artist submissions welcomed. Tue to Sat 11 am - 4 pm and by appointment.
Established in 1972, the Loch Gallery specializes in building collections of quality Canadian, American, British and European paintings and sculpture. It represents original 19th and 20th century artwork of collectable and historic interest, as well as a select group of gifted professional artists from across Canada including Ivan Eyre, Leo Mol, Peter Sawatzky, Anna Wiechec, Philip Craig and Carol Stewart. Wed to Fri 9 am - 5:30 pm, Sat 9 am - 5 pm.
The Edge is a key component to revitalize Winnipeg's North Main/Logan area using Arts, Culture and Heritage as catalysts for change. It offers eight live-work apartments as well as studio spaces, gallery rentals and workshop facilities. Next door, the beverage room of the former New Occidental Hotel has become Studio 631 housing a collective of artists and artist studios, contemporary dancers and a non-profit organization called The Bike Dump.
Specializing in Canadian aboriginal art, primarily of the Woodlands and Prairie styles, with limited edition prints, originals and art cards, carvings, handicraft and giftware. Appraisal services. Recently relocated to Johnston Terminal at The Forks. Mon to Sun 10 am - 6 pm.
Lisa Kehler Art + Projects is committed to the bigger picture. To the artists. To the collectors. To the community and the conversation that always surrounds great art. The gallery works with leading contemporary Canadian artists and is focused on increasing the awareness of Winnipeg’s artists, while fostering a new generation of collectors. Wed to Sat noon - 5 pm or by appointment.
Located in Winnipeg's historic Exchange District, Mayberry Fine Art represents a select group of gifted Canadian artists including Joe Fafard, Andrew Valko, and Robert Genn. With almost 40 years experience, the gallery also specializes in historic Canadian and European works of collectible interest. A second location was opened in Toronto in 2010. Regular exhibitions feature important early Canadian art as well as gallery artists. Tues to Fri 10 am - 6 pm, Sat 10 am - 5 pm.
Outworks gallery is an artist-run centre in the heart of the Exchange District featuring studio and exhibition space. Outworks formed as a collective of Winnipeg-based artists sharing ideas and working together in the spirit of collaboration and opportunity. May be rented for group or solo shows. New member applications available on request. Thurs to Sat noon - 4 pm.
Formerly Gallery One One One, the expanded School of Art Gallery exhibits and collects contemporary and historical art, maintaining, researching and developing collections in the School of Art’s Permanent Collection and the FitzGerald Study Centre collection. This fully equipped, state-of-the-art contemporary artspace, is wired to present all forms of contemporary and historical art, including work that makes use of newer technologies. Mon to Fri 9 am - 4 pm.
A non-profit public art gallery at the University of Winnipeg, exhibits work in diverse media by local, national and international artists from September through March. Mon to Fri noon - 4 pm, Sat 1 pm - 4 pm.
A Winnipeg fixture for more than 35 years, the gallery presents original art, in a variety of media, mainly from Manitoba artists. They also offer limited edition prints and reproductions along with a major framing facility. Mon to Fri 9 am - 5:30 pm, Sat to 5 pm.
Manitoba's premiere public gallery founded in 1912, has nine galleries of contemporary and historical art with an emphasis on work by Manitoba artists. Rooftop restaurant, gift shop. Tues to Sun 11 am - 5 pm, Fri til 9 pm.
Artist Wayne Arthur and wife Bev Morton opened the Wayne Arthur Sculpture & Craft Gallery in 1995. After Wayne passed away, Bev moved the gallery to Winnipeg and together with new husband, Robert MacLellan, has run the Wayne Arthur Gallery since 2002. Some of Wayne's drawings are available for purchase as well as the creations of more than 60 Manitoba artists, working in painting, print-making, mixed media, sculpture, pottery, jewellery, glass and photography. Tues to Sat 11 am - 5 pm.
Organized by Winnipeg artists who open their studios to the public twice per year. Check website for details.
Formerly known as the Floating Gallery this artist-run centre is devoted exclusively to the exhibition and study of photo-based art. Founded in 1981 as the Winnipeg Photographers Group, the gallery continues to recognize the tradition of the medium while encouraging innovation and the re-evaluation of contemporary photographic standards and practices. Wed to Sat noon - 5 pm.
McNally Robinson is an independent and innovative family-oriented bookseller. The bistro-style Prairie Ink Restaurant & Bakery opened in 1996 within the 24,000 square foot bookstore. It hosts monthly art exhibitions called the "Small Works Series" in addition to regular author events. Fri and Sat eve: free live entertainment. Mon to Sat 9 am - 10 pm, Fri, Sat till 11 pm, Sun 10 am - 6 pm.
Celebrating the visual arts since 1974 in the heart of Saint-Boniface. Hosts seven exhibitions a year, promoting professional francophone artists from Manitoba and the rest of Canada. 8 am - 10 pm weekdays, noon - 10 pm weekends except civic holidays.
Manitoba’s largest repository of heritage materials and supplier of heritage services, The Museum has collected and currently conserves more than 2,300,000 humanities artifacts and more than 200,000 natural history specimens. With interpretive Museum Galleries based on the collections, numerous travelling exhibitions, a Planetarium and a Science Gallery, the institution interprets the history of the province and the world, and explores concepts of science and astronomy. Tues to Fri 10 am – 4 pm, Wknds & Hol 10 am – 5 pm.
Located in the historic Johnston Terminal at the Forks Development in the heart of Winnipeg, Pulse Gallery showcases the diversity of Manitoba's talented artists -- with a modern twist. Colour is the star in this gallery. Art can stimulate; art can inspire; art can ignite. Daily 11 am - 6 pm.
An artist-run cooperative of potters founded in 1978. Its thirteen members create work in a wide variety of styles and techniques, making both decorative and functional clay objects. Many of the artists have received national and international recognition. Mon - Sat 10 am - 5:30 pm, Sun 1 pm - 4:30 pm. Thurs till 9 pm from May to December.
The museum collection contains about 9,000 artifacts, the library some 3,500 titles -- together a legacy of traditional handcrafts and tools from Manitoba in particular. Crafts include embroidery, beadwork, quillwork, basketry, crochet, knitting, quilting, weaving, spinning, dying, tatting, sewing, Inuit and Aboriginal stone sculpture, woodwork and pottery. Tues, Wed 10 am - 4 pm, Sat noon - 4pm; (Jun to Aug) Tues to Sat 10 am - 4 pm.
With a unique hospital location, the Buhler Gallery is welcoming to patients and families, visitors and to staff who work there. The gallery presents 3-4 exhibits per year and features artwork from professional artists along with public programs including music, readings, talks and panel discussions. Adjacent to the hospital main entrance. Mon to Fri 10 am - 8 pm, Sat, Sun noon - 4 pm.
Oseredok is the largest Ukrainian cultural institution of its kind. It features rotating exhibitions of Canadian and international Ukrainian artists, focusing on a variety of styles, media and artists. Mon to Sat 10 am - 4 pm (also Sun 1 pm - 5 pm, Jun to Aug).
This 79th Annual Open Competition and Exhibition of original artwork runs May 14 to June 12, 2011, at “THE BAY” – Portage & Memorial (6th flr), Winnipeg, Manitoba. Opening on Saturday, May 14 at 2:30 pm, the exhibition features some of Manitoba's finest creative visual art. A variety of media and styles are on display and most works are for sale.
Actual gallery is a dynamic art platform in a purpose-designed space of more than 2000 sq ft located at the edge of Winnipeg’s historic Exchange District. Their commitment to diverse art forms features selected professional emerging, mid-career and senior artists both in permanent or touring exhibitions, and temporary curated shows reflecting the vibrancy of the contemporary art scene. Tues to Sat noon - 5 pm, or by appointment.
Opened in September 2014, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. Creating inspiring encounters with human rights, the intention is to engage Canadians and international visitors in an immersive, interactive experience that offers both the inspiration and tools to make a difference in the lives of others. Off season Tues to Sun 10 am - 5 pm, Wed till 9 pm.
Nestled in the heart of Winnipeg's Arts District, cre8ery gallery is committed to the celebration of emerging and established artists. cre8ery takes pride in uncovering artistic gems of all media and genres and invites patrons of the arts to discover their next art treasure. Tues to Fri Noon - 6 pm; Sat noon - 5 pm or by appointment. May change for special events.
Fine Artist, Michel Saint Hilaire works in a variety of media, creating mainly with acrylic paint. Currently he enjoys exploring and painting the aesthetics of architecture upon landscapes. His works have been shown in diverse galleries, including the Maison des Artistes and the Winnipeg Art Gallery; and the Birchwood Art Gallery (Winnipeg), Diana Paul Galleries (Calgary) and ARTE funktional (Kelowna) where he is represented. Inquiries for representation are welcomed.
Built in 1907 and twice rescued from demolition, the 'old Post Office' is now the Selkirk Community Arts Centre and home to the Gwen Fox Gallery with over 100 members. The gallery exhibits the works of individual members monthly through the year with June and September reserved for member group shows. Tues to Sat 10 am - 4 pm.
Gurevich Fine Art represents contemporary painting, photography, prints and sculpture. They provide art consulting and framing services. Mon to Sat 11 am - 5 pm, Thurs, Fri till 6 pm or by appointment.
Graffiti Art Programming Inc. is a not-for-profit community youth art center dedicated to the creation of a safe and accepting environment for the development of all forms of artistic expression, using art as a tool for community development, social change, and individual growth. Mon, Tues 9 am - 5 pm; Wed, Thurs 9 am - 9 pm; Fri 9 am - 6:30 pm; Sat noon - 5 pm.
NEW LOCATION: Specializing in originals, prints, sculptures and bronzes, featuring a large selection of Manitoba and international artists. They also provide conservation custom framing, art restoration and cleaning, and home and office art consultation. Original commissions available on request. Mon to Fri 10 am - 6 pm, Sat 10 am - 5 pm or by appointment.
Art and ideas from Manitoba, across Canada and beyond -- including, in the recent past, from Germany, Ethiopia, Sudan, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Uganda and Cuba. Unique programming in an impressive, two level space. Mon to Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Sat noon - 5 pm.
An artist-run centre committed to the expression and exploration of Canadian contemporary art. Exhibitions cover a wide range of media from painting, sculpture and photography, to audio and kinetic work. Tues to Sat noon - 5 pm.
Representing select contemporary Canadian artists including Shirley Elias and Victoria Block.
Located among the boutiques and restaurants of Academy Road, Woodlands Gallery represents an engaging selection of contemporary works by emerging and established Canadian artists. In addition to original paintings, the gallery offers hand-made jewellery, ceramics, blown glass and mono-prints as well as professional custom framing. Tues to Fri 10 am - 5:30 pm, Sat 10 am - 5 pm.
A nonprofit, artist-run centre dedicated to independent video, audio and computer integrated multimedia production. Video Pool Media Arts Centre distributes the work of media artists, video artists, sound artists, and web-based artists, specializing in, but not exclusive to, those living in the Canadian prairie provinces. Mon to Fri 10 am - 5 pm, Sat noon - 4 pm.
With a focus on Manitoba artists, the Pavilion Gallery showcases the work of Ivan Eyre, Clarence Tillenius and Walter J. Philips. New temporary gallery highlights the artistic accomplishments of other Manitoba artists. Shows change every few weeks. In Assiniboine Park, near the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden. Daily 9 am - 5 pm.
Glitz, a Winnipeg gift store where artists from across Canada show off their incredible talents. Everything from glass and pottery to metal sculptures and jewellery, there is something unique to fit any budget. Shop the originality of Glitz, and see a Canada like never seen before.
Located within a beautiful lakeside setting, EAGLERIDGE ONE.FIVE.EXHIBITIONS is proud to feature the work of international and Candian fine artists including Lily Lim, Lin TingTing, Itzchak Tarkay, J.H. Thomas, Paul H. Toews, Jose Trinidad and James Corbett. Our artists can also undertake commissioned work in the customer's choice of style and medium. Please telephone or email for an appointment or more information.
Gallery 900 - The Art of Ludolf Grolle
This site currently displays mostly the Acrylic Originals on Paper - however there are many Framed and un-Framed canvas pieces available for sale ranging from $250 up.
Piano Nobile Gallery
This long-time, volunteer-operated sales and exhibition gallery has operated under the Piano Nobile Gallery name since 1990 in a charming space directly over the entry to the Centennial Concert Hall building. Specializes in local artists. Open during all events in the Concert Hall or by appointment.