Founded in 1961, Feheley Fine Arts is synonymous with excellence in the field of Inuit art. The gallery deals exclusively in fine quality original works of Canadian Inuit art, from traditional ‘first generation’ artworks to the works of contemporary and emerging artists. The gallery is at the forefront of promoting and encouraging established and emerging contemporary Inuit artists, and has been instrumental in the development of numerous private, public and corporate collections. In addition to having an active schedule of exhibitions, Feheley Fine Arts has an extensive inventory of prints, sculptures, wall hangings and drawings, representing the best of Inuit art from the 1950s to today. There is also a substantial library of books about Inuit art for sale.
Patricia Feheley, Director of Feheley Fine Arts, is the former President of the Art Dealer’s Association of Canada (ADAC). She also serves on the Board of the Inuit Art Foundation and the Canadian Cultural Properties Export Review Board.
Feheley Fine Arts, located in the historic St. Lawrence Market area of downtown Toronto, is a member of the Art Dealers Association of Canada and the Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC), based in Montreal.
Tuesday – Saturday
11:00am – 6:00pm EST