Saturday, 25 November 2017

What's New This November?!

New Landscape Paintings by Ralph Temple!

The Annual Small Paintings Show - Just in Time for the Holiday Season!

 Check Out Our Current Sales! 

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Huge Selection of Inuit and Stone Sculpture 40% Off Retail!

All Unframed Prints 60% Off Retail!

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

"Inuit Art for the Collector" Show, Plus New paintings by Dan Varnals and J. Thomas Hinton

INUIT ART FOR THE COLLECTOR from May to September 2017
Thomas Webster and his brother John have been buying, collecting and selling Inuit Art for 50 years. They have seen many sculptural styles and dealt with many artists through the years. Webster Galleries Inc. has spent the last year collecting all these wonderful sculptures, many of them from nationaly acclaimed artists. Today, as opposed to 30 years ago these artists are being purchased by collectors from all over the world and appreciated for what they truly are, a unique canadian art form. This exhibition will be open from May to September 2017 at our main gallery, 812, 11th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta.

View the full collection here: Inuit Art for the Collector CATALOGUE Varnals Varnals Thomas Hinton

Come visit, be inspired.

Webster Galleries Inc.
812 11 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2R0E5
Ph: 403.263.6500

Hours: Tues-Wed 10-6, Thurs-Fri 10-8, Sat 10-6, Sun & Mon Closed

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

New Sculpture by Mark Totan, Plus paintings by Sheila Adams, Larry Rich, Real Fournier, Anita Skinner, and Jonathon Earl Bowser
Mark Totan was born November 11th, 1951 and originally from the small, Eastern Arctic community of Igloolik, Nunavut. Mark is a self taught artist who has been carving in a variety of stone and antler mediums since 1990. Each carving is original and depicts some feature of the lifestyle or history of his people.

Totan begins the carving process by roughing out a block of stone with a hammer, chisel and hand axe; he then uses files, rasps and sandpaper for finishing. The final touch consists of heating and rubbing the carving with wax or oil to accent the natural grain of the stone. His carvings are displayed and sold in various galleries throughout Canada and the American mid-west. In addition, his works form a part of numerous private and corporate collections throughout the world.