The Lakeland region has strong roots in fine art. The Black Spruce Gallery, on Hwy #2, is a forest gem that you will not want to miss, now open year round.
Conveniently located in Northside Antiques, on route to Waskesiu, Elkridge, Christopher Lake, etc., The Black Spruce Gallery displays quality original creations by a roster of Canadian artists.
Inside the gallery is a variety of treasures to satisfy the senses: paintings, photography, pottery, crafted stone, sterling silver jewelry, handmade chocolates, carved and turned wood, and much, much more.
While the gallery has creations by established artists, we also have a mandate to provide opportunities for emerging artists.
Be sure to add The Black Spruce Gallery to your Lakeland plans, as it is open throughout the year. For more info, please see our Contact page.
The Black Spruce Gallery represents over 30 artists throughout the year. Many are internationally acclaimed while others are emerging artists. Most have a connection to the U of S Art and Design program as instructors or graduates, while others have strong histories with the Kenderdine Art Camp. BSG strives to present a spectrum of fine art that reflects the Boreal landscape and also strives to provide price points that make the art accessible for all to enjoy. Now in its 9th year, it is interesting to follow the journey the artists have embarked on.
Cheryl Tuck-Tallon, Cam Forrester, Greg Hargarten, Paul Trottier, Connie Schuler, Jacqueline Faye Miller, Mike Remando, Bridget Aitken, Paige Mortensen, Paula Cooley, Ken Wilkinson, Linda Breadner, Nicki Ault, Jennifer Sparacino, Chris Nakoneshny, Bonnie McNabb, Connie Brewer, Deitrick Parsons, Miranda Jones, Rolf Krohn, Melody Armstrong, Don Pell, Pat Katz, Sherri Cole, Kathy Bradshaw, Elizabeth and Robert Miller, Donna Stockdale, Lisa Button-Rowe, Al and Joan Hiebert, Debra Boheom.