The Black Spruce Gallery at Northside HWY #2
“The Boreal Forest Through the Eyes of an Artist”
The Saskatchewan Lakeland region has a long history in fine art. The Black Spruce Gallery on Hwy #2 is a forest gem you will not want to miss. The gallery is open year round (note some restrictions on winter hours).
Conveniently located in the Northside Antiques building on Hwy # 2 20 minutes north of Prince Albert, on route to Waskesiu and the Prince Albert National Park, Elkridge, Christopher and Emma Lakes. The Black Spruce Gallery represents quality original art by a roster of Canadian Artists as well as quality gifts and Art Prints.
Inside the gallery is a variety of treasures to satisfy the senses: Paintings, Pottery, Sculpture, Handcrafted Jewelry, Carved and Turned Wood, Textiles and much more. New works are added weekly throughout the summer so visit often.
The Black Spruce Gallery was founded by Saskatchewan Artists Cheryl Tuck Tallon and Roger Trottier. Our desire is to provide the Lakeland region with original fine art by Saskatchewan and Canadian Artists. While the gallery represents established artists, we also have a mandate to provide opportunities and mentoring to emerging artists. This allows us to provide a range of price points so that all can enjoy fine art. The BSG also has a large collection of art prints, art themed giftware and unique souvenirs.
Gallery Artists: Cheryl Tuck Tallon, Roger Trottier, Cam Forrester, Paul Trottier, Greg Hargarten, Connie Schuler, Jacqueline Faye Miller, Mike Remando, Bridget Aitken, Paige Mortensen, Miranda Jones, Rolf Krohn, Jennifer Sparacino, Kathy Bradshaw, Pat Katz, Valerie Hinz, Paula Cooley, Ken Wilkinson, Connie Brewer, Dietrich Parsons, Melody Armstrong, Sheri Cole, Linda Breadner, Donna Stockdale, Bonny MacNab, Lisa Button-Rowe, Al and Joan Hiebert, Elizabeth and Robert Miller, Debra Boheom, Heike Fink, Don Pell.
The gallery is conveniently located 20 minutes north of Prince Albert on #2 Highway at Northside (2 km south of the Emma Lake/Christopher Lake turn off at Hwy 263. (Scenic Route to Waskesiu in Prince Albert National Park).