Southwestern art comes to Canada with River Coyote Gallery – gallery News

Southwestern art comes to Canada with River Coyote Gallery – gallery News – Brief Article

MISSASSAUGA, Ontario–A new art gallery, the River Coyote Gallery, recently opened its doors in a location 20 minutes west of Toronto. The 1,500-square-foot gallery was designed with a Southwestern motif and features work from artists from both Canada and the American Southwest.

Included in the gallery’s offerings are originals, limited-edition serigraphs and giclees and bronze sculptures by such American artists as Charles Pabst, Sue Krzyston, Bob Boomer, Don Hatfield and Marilyn Simandle. “I am a longtime admirer of Southwest art and believe its qualities transcend geographical borders,” said Don Bell, owner and director. “It’s great to be working with some of the best artists from the Southwest and introducing their art to a whole new market.”

Canadian artists featured at the gallery include Gaston Rebry, Jacques Poirier, Armand Tatossian, Elaine Mercier, Lise Lacaille, Claude Tremblay, Christian Maltais and Marjolyn van der Hart.

The gallery also showcases pottery from the Mata Ortiz section of Mexico and provides services, such as custom framing and corporate leasing.

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