(204) 947-0700

535 Academy Road

Winnipeg Canada


What's New

Submissions Call
Seeking Manitoba Artists for SAP

We are seeking submissions for SAP, our Supplementary Artist Program!

To meet our client demand for local work from local artists, SAP aims to feature emerging artists from Manitoba¹ in our gallery for a limited engagement. This mutual experiment provides artists with gallery exposure and art business mentorship while building on our mandate to support Canadian artists.

TO SUBMIT, please e-mail us with your name, a link to your website² and a letter of intention outlining your interest in this program and why you think you would be a great fit. We will not review images or documents at this time.

If we are interested, we will contact you within six months of submission. Please be prepared with as much of the following information³ as you can: artist biography and résumé, artist statement, list of available works, high resolution images, contact information and a price list or a record of previous sales.

Woodlands Gallery will provide gallery curated real-estate for exhibition of your artwork as well as the promotion of your work to our established client base utilizing our web properties, email and social media in addition to marketing the works in the gallery and in private communication. The selected artist(s) will also receive art business mentorship, from gallery director Jennifer DeLury.

Any sales generated from the result of the exhibition will be divided between the gallery and artist. SAP is a mutually beneficial opportunity for possible sales and cross-promotion. It will be an experiment in relationship building and requires a limited commitment from you. Who knows what the future with Woodlands Gallery might bring?

Established in 1984, Woodlands Gallery is a commercial art gallery in Winnipeg, Manitoba; enthusiastic about the artwork and artists we represent and eager to help clients build collections of fine art. We represent an engaging selection of contemporary works by a talented group of emerging and established Canadian artists.

¹ For SAP we are only seeking submissions from artists that reside within Manitoba.

² If you do not have a website, please send a description of your style and process along with only TWO images of recent works.

³ Having all of the above information is not a requirement for acceptance, however it will give us a better idea of where you are in your artistic career and in what areas you may benefit from mentorship.

Jennifer DeLury
Woodlands Gallery
535 Academy Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3N 0E2
info@woodlandsgallery.com or (204) 947-0700


Meet our new Gallerist Hollande!
Please pop by the gallery and introduce yourself to our new Gallerist, Hollande!

Hollande Bezan is an interdisciplinary visual artist with a focus on drawing, collage, and painting. She graduated from the University of Manitoba's School of Art Honours program in 2015 and has over eight years of experience working in retail and teaching environments. She is delighted to work at Woodlands Gallery and looks forward to sharing her knowledge and expertise with you on collecting and framing artwork.

Fall 2018
Fall in love with all the new paintings!
If you have popped by the gallery recently you may have noticed an abundance of new paintings by Guy Roy, Steve Coffey, Melissa Jean, Tracey Kucheravy, Melan, and Rick Bond. There are so many beautiful pieces it is difficult not to fall in love with them all! Come in and see for yourself or contact us if you would like to view something specific.
New Gallery Artist Terry Ananny
Terry Ananny joins Woodlands Gallery!

Born in 1956 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Terry Ananny resides in Ottawa, Ontario. Terry Ananny's bright and colourful acrylic canvases of children at play and seasonal village scenes capture the spirt of Canadian life. Her early years spent in summers on Lake Muskoka and travelling to Quebec enriched the artist with lasting impressions of the splendid Canadian landscape and diverse Canadian culture. Her works are held in many Canadian and international corporate collections. Canadian Prime Ministers, Governor Generals and the Government of Canada have collected her work over the past two decades. Her work has been commissioned for a Canadian coin design and selected each year for a UNICEF Christmas card since 1998. Her work is also seen on Hallmark, Save the Children, Children's Wish Foundation, Canadian Greetings and Island Art greeting cards. Many fine art galleries in Canada and the United States represent the art of Terry Ananny.
New Works from Cameron Bird and Connie Geerts
Featured in Flora and Fauna
We got in quite a few new pieces for our exhibition Flora and Fauna (on now), including new works from Cameron Bird and Connie Geerts. Come in and see these pieces as well as many more!

Assiniboine Park Pavillion just painted...
... so new its still drying!!!
Weiming Zhao is known for his en plein air paintings and this is his most recent painting... it is so new that it is still wet and drying in the gallery!! His talent is inspiring, and this gorgeous painting is a prime example of his work. If you are looking for some inspiration this winter I suggest you come in a take a look at all his work!!
For the Holidays...
We have gotten in lots of fabulous new work from a variety of artists in time for the holidays!! Make sure to take some time out of your busy holiday season to come in and check them out.
New Work from Kimberly Kiel
New Arrivals
Check out our new arrivals!
We have brand new works from Melissa Jean, Gerard Lapointe and Carl Schlademan.
New Arrivals
New Arrivals - Closed July 30th, 2016
We hope you are enjoying your summer!

The gallery will be closed this Saturday, July 30th for the August long weekend. We will re-open Tuesday, August 2nd with our regularly posted hours- we are open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday, 10 AM to 5:30 PM, closing earlier on Saturdays at 5:00 PM. Note, there is still construction on Academy Road. Currently there is no turning left when south east-bound on Academy so exercise some caution and forethought before driving to the gallery.

Happily, we have received new oil paintings from Cameron Bird, who writes "Our family loves going to a farm nearly each fall to go and pick off the vine, pumpkins as well as different squashes. I decided it was time to try a painting of a field of ripe pumpkins and I love the abstract quality of the scene." See "Desert Hills Mornings" in the gallery today.

We have also received new oil paintings from Angela Morgan and they are as delightful as we expected! We are looking forward to her solo exhibition this October, 2016. If you're hoping to grow your collection, please reply to this e-mail or call the gallery to ensure you're on the list to preview the works as soon as they arrive for the show.
New Arrivals!
New paintings from Kimberly Kiel
We have received a new collection of paintings from Canadian artist Kimberly Kiel. We will be displaying some of her signature impastoed canvases through the summer alongside a selection of Woodlands Gallery artists like Hugh G. Rice and Steve Coffey. Kiel's thickly painted and deeply textured works feature bouquets or wooded landscapes and even includes a series which depicts abstracted figures dancing in front of collaged musical scores. A digital catalogue of available works from Kimberly Kiel is available by request.

Please note, the gallery will close Canada Day, Friday, July 1st and we will re-open Tuesday, July 12th. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Click here to view all available works by Kimberly Kiel
New Arrivals!
New Paintings by Rick Bond & Monique Fillion
New paintings have arrived by artists Rick Bond and Monique Fillion. Rick Bond is an accomplished painter and his latest works feature abstracted city-scapes and harbour scenes, rendered in his characteristically flat brushwork. Monique Fillion is an emerging artist who continues to refine her graphic and abstract compositions. Where she once sought to capture a landscape or memory, her latest works intensify her focus on the plane.

New by Claudette Castonguay
Paintings & Collages
Claudette Castonguay's paintings and collages 'depict whimsical scenes from daily life; cats, churches, cafés and bicycles are elevated by her joyful palette and magical treatment. The senior artist states "I am fascinated by the play activity of creation and I like to think that the canvas will bring as much joy to the person who will choose it as I am experiencing when I paint it"Do you have room for some joy in your home?

Please contact us for an appointment to view Castonguay's new work in person.
- Click here to view available paintings by Claudette Castonguay
- Click here to view available collages by Claudette Castonguay
Gifts $100 and under...
Carefully Selected Works Perfect for Gift Giving!
Consider these artworks for holiday gifts priced under $100.
Gifts $100 to $595
Carefully Considered Works Perfect for Gift Giving!
Consider these artworks for holiday gifts priced from $100 to $595.
Alex & Betty Suprowich
New Paintings Featured in the Holiday Show
The gallery has recently received 27 new pieces from Alex Suprowich and 11 new piece from his wife Betty Suprowich!

Alex and Betty paint in watercolour, acrylic and mixed media! They will be the feature artists in our Holiday Show starting on November 28th and running through the rest of November and December.

Please join us in the gallery on Saturday November 28th from 12:00 to 4:00 pm for our Holiday Open House to see a selection of Alex & Betty Suprowich's stunning new works shown below! Enjoy holiday cheer, refreshments and smaller works by several gallery artists.

Click here to view more works by Alex Suprowich.

Click here to view more works by Betty Suprowich.

November 2015
New works
New works have arrived by Marcel Cote, Melanie Simard and Virginie Schroeder!

View new works here and visit individual artist pages to view more available works!
New Gallery Artist Paul Reimer
Mixed media sculpture

We agree with Paul Reimer that art is about forging connections; connections between places, cultures, ideas, between the past, present and future and most importantly between people. We would like to welcome Paul Reimer to our gallery community. Reimer states, "In all the public art that I create I begin with the question – 'How can this art generate a greater sense of community in this place?' I love the power of art to strengthen the social and emotional importance of a place. Art can transform a physical location into a connection between people. This connection helps people to identify with each other and helps facilitate community growth... Art can lift up a community and energize the spirit of the individuals within it"

Paul was born in Calgary, Alberta on April 25, 1974. At the age of six, his family moved to the picturesque community of Crawford Bay, British Columbia. Growing up surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the Kootenay region's mountains and lakes instilled in Paul, a love of nature that inspires much of his art to this day.

At the age of 15, Paul began his blacksmithing apprenticeship at the Kootenay Forge under the mentorship of John Smith. When Paul was 20 years old, he became the head blacksmith at Fort Steele Heritage Town, just outside of Cranbrook, BC. In 2001, at the age of 26, Paul began his own blacksmithing business with six employees.

Today, Paul lives with his wife and two children in Cranbrook. Family and community involvement are the most important elements of Paul's life. Through his early public art projects he was able to facilitate substantial positive changes in the way that people in Cranbrook relate to their community and to each other. He has since, been able to bring that same spirit of community building with public art projects to many other cities.

New Spring Paintings
New Paintings from Rick Bond and Ewa Tarsia
We have SO many new paintings in the gallery this spring including these awesome new paintings from Rick Bond. His contemporary impressionistic style brings life and vibrancy to the gallery.

Also, back in the gallery we have work by Ewa Tarsia. Her mixed media paintings are created using retired and now recycled, plexi glass printing plates from Ewa's vast series of monoprints.

New Paintings by Lynn Garceau
Contemporary Florals
Are you looking for a splash of colour to brighten up your home? Do you love big, bright, and bold flowers? Well then you should come check out these brand new paintings from Lynn Garceau. Her spontaneous and bold use of acrylics will brighten up even the gloomiest of spring days.

Wearable Art by Cathy Sutton
New Jewellery!!!
Cathy Sutton just dropped off all new hand made jewellery! Come by the gallery to view and try these stunning new pieces of wearable ART! There are pieces in a range of prices perfect for unique Mother's Day gifts!
April 2015
New Paintings from Steve Coffey & Marlene Cowell
Brand new in the gallery we have many beautiful paintings that celebrate summer...which is just around the corner!

If you long for beautiful summer days with big prairie skies, then you will love these new atmospheric paintings by Steve Coffey. His highly textured paint technique beautifully captures the movement and feeling of big prairie skies in the summer.

From her soft birch trees to her golden canola fields Marlene Cowell's new paintings, on the other hand, capture the tranquility and peacefulness of Manitoba's summer days.

Lynn Garceau's new paintings are sure to brighten up your day.
Her spontaneous, bright and bold use of acrylics will make you think of long summer days to come and be sure to put a smile on your face.

Don't forget, we also have many beautiful paintings currently on display by Claudette Castonguay, Carl Schlademan and Melan still up in the gallery. Also a must see!

Hope to see you in the gallery soon!

Hearts & Flowers for Valentines!
New works from Berting Glass & Melan
We have some gorgeous new glass flutter bowls and heart ornaments in the gallery from Berting Glass. We just received new flower paintings from Melan with more on the way! Pop by the gallery to check them out!

Click here to view more artwork by Berting Glass.

Click here to view more artwork by Melan.

New Hugh G. Rice Paintings
We have new Hugh G. Rice paintings on display in the gallery and they are a must see this winter!

Hugh Rice is continuously exploring different painting techniques and his work is always evolving. White his last series of paintings are a contrast of bright colours and a soft application, the newest ones showcase the opposite; soft colours with an energetic application that create an interesting juxtaposition of calm and excitement. Make sure to step out of the cold and come in and see his new paintings.
New Paintings by Melissa Jean
We have some new, bright and colourful fall paintings from Melissa Jean. Her vivid colours and unique perspective reflect the beauty of the fall season and they will be featured throughout the season. They are a must see, so bring in your pumpkin spice latte and have a look!!
New Painings by Louise Larouche
We just recieved these two vibrant paintings from Louise Larouche. These rugged portrayals of the Canadian landscapes are a treat to see. Make sure you stop by and see them in person.

New Paintings by Claudette Castonguay
It feels like summer in the gallery with Claudette Castonguay's new paintings. Her paintings are bright, full of life with colorful flowers and are a joy to look at.
Come see them in person, as they will surely brighten up your day.
New Paintings by Melissa Jean
Tired of winter? Come and get a taste of summer with Melissa Jean's new paintings.

Melissa Jean's stunning Lake of the Woods paintings make you want to dive right into them. Her bold colours and unique perspectives are warming up the gallery as we speak.

They will be on display until April 18th so make sure you come by gallery to see them .
New February Display

Bring your loved ones out of the cold and into gallery full of warm and romantic colour in our new February display. Inspired by valentines day we have some beautiful paintings By Melan and Virginie Schroeder on display to try and keep us warm in this very cold February.
Something for Everyone
A vairety of new paintings
The gallery is full of colour and warmth so if you didn't get a chance to come in over the holidays and see all the beautiful new paintings we got, they are still on display!

Come and see new works by Peter Wyse, Angela Morgan, Virgine Schroder and many more.

It's Hockey Season
New Paintings by Rick Bons, Robert Roy & Peter Wyse
New hockey paintings by Rick Bond, Robert Roy are here!

Stay tuned for more hockey paintings coming from Peter Wyse!
Please contact us if you would like to among the first to be contacted about these new paintings.

New Paintings by Claudette Catonguay
Cats, Cats and more Cats :)
New whimsical paintings of cats by Claudette Castonguay!
New Paintings by Melissa Jean
On Display September 2013
We are excited to be featuring Melissa Jean in the gallery for the month of September. We just received 2 dozen new paintings from Melissa and have several framed and on display.

We are so proud of Melissa for how far she has come in such a short time. Some emerging artists take decades to get noticed by galleries and sometimes never establish a national following. Since the Fall of 2010 when we started representing Melissa, we have sold dozens of her paintings to collectors across Canada and she has been recognized and is now represented in 3 other established Canadian Galleries.

Please visit us to see the new work on display in the gallery!
Summer 2013 New Arrivals
Claudette Castonguay, Angela Morgan, Hugh Rice, Peter Wyse
New Artwork has arrived in the gallery by Claudette Castonguay, Angela Morgan, Hugh G. Rice and Peter Wyse.

Click the images to view these paintings or visit the gallery in person, we would love to see you!

View more collages by Claudette Castonguay

View more paintings by Angela Morgan

View more paintings by Hugh G Rice

View more paintings by Peter Wyse
Prairie Paintings
By Steve Coffey, Hugh G. Rice, Carl Schlademan
New Prairie Impressions and Abstractions!
Prairie Paintings by Carl Schlademan
Featured Artist May 2013
Eight gorgeous new prairie paintings by Carl Schlademan have arrived in the gallery! He captures the light and depth so perfectly and in person you can almost walk right into these dramatic landscapes. Come visit us in the gallery to see several paintings by Carl Schaldeman framed and on display starting Tuesday April 30th.

Click here to view many more available paintings by Carl Schaldeman.
April New Arirvals
New Paintings by Melan, Peter Wyse
New Paintings have arrived by Melan (Melanie Simard) and Peter Wyse.

Please click on the images for details.

Click here to view more available paintings by Melan

Click here to view more available paintings by Peter Wyse
March New Arrivals
Ceramics by Heather Dahl and Paintings by Gerard Lapointe & Claudette Castonguay
Bright and functional new ceramics by Heather Dahl have arrived! We are looking forward to a Meet & Greet with Heather in May - stay tuned or contact us to be notified with more details.

8 new paintings by Gerard Lapointe featuring rolling hills of Chalevoix, Quebec and 4 new colourful Spring inspired paintings by Claudette Castonguay!

Click here to view more ceramics by Heather Dahl

Click here to view more paintings by Gerard Lapointe

Click here to view more paintings by Claudette Castonguay
New Paintings by Melissa Jean & Hugh G. Rice
Visit the gallery to see new paintings on display by Melissa Jean and Hugh G. Rice!

Click here to view more available works by Melissa Jean.

Click here to view more available works by Hugh G. Rice

New Paintings by Connie Geerts
13 new paintings by Connie Geerts on display in the gallery!

Click here to view more available works by Connie Geerts.
Rod Charlesworth
New Gallery Artist
Visit the gallery to see paintings by our newest gallery artist Rod Charlesworth!

Rod Charlesworth is represented in several galleries across Canada and is collected worldwide. Rod is committed to painting images that have a strong Canadian cultural influence, expressed through his bold landscapes or his whimsical images of children at play.
Welcoming Heather Dahl
New Colourful Ceramics in the Gallery
Heather Braun-Dahl is a painter and ceramic artist working in Vancouver, Canada. After graduating with a BFA from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in 2001, life got busy- traveling, kids, teaching, and making art. In 2007, Heather decided the best things in life ought to come together under one roof. And so the concept of dahlhaus was formed- painting, ceramics, for the home, about connections in life, to be shared with friends, given as gifts, or kept for the utter enjoyment of art on the wall, or the mantle, or the table.

Dahlhaus is inspired by the concept of connection and community within an urban, modern setting. Rooted in an interest in abstract painting, combined with a nod to the Bauhaus art and architecture movement from the 1920's, dahlhaus strives to connect art to life in both a practical and conceptual way.

Heather throws pottery on the wheel, or hand-builds platters, mixes the glazes, and glazes each piece with multiple glazing processes. All ceramics are made with food-safe glazes. Fired to cone 6, these pieces can be used in the microwave, washed in the dishwasher, and warmed in the oven.

Click to view our new collection of ceramics by Heather Dahl

New Paintings by Guy Roy
Vibrant, Rich & Inviting
Using a palette knife to apply thick oil paints in vibrant colours, the texture in Guy Roy's paintings is incredibly rich and inviting. Three new large paintings on canvas arrived just arrived and will be on display in the gallery soon. Come by the gallery and see these vibrant new works in person.

Click here to view more available paintings by Guy Roy
New Paintings by Cameron Bird

We just received three amazing new paintings from BC artist Cameron Bird! These pieces are vibrant in colour and, as in all of his work, have incredible texture. Cameron's unique brush strokes and application of paint clearly identify his work from any others. These paintings look great in their photos on the website but I strongly encourage you to see these works in person. They are really something! View more available paintings by Cameron Bird here.
New Paintings by Lynn Garceau
Visit the gallery to be surrounded by Lynn Garceau's new bright over-sized floral paintings. These stunning pieces would make showstoppers to any space.

Click the images for details.
Click here to view more paintings by Lynn Garceau.
New Arrivals
Angela Morgan & Peter Wyse
Please visit the gallery to see these new paintings by Angela Morgan and Peter Wyse in person! Click the images for details.
New Prairie Paintings by Steve Coffey
Born in Portage la Prairie and raised in Winnipeg, Steve Coffey loves painting prairie skies. Now living in Alberta, he is also a well-known western Canadian singer-songwriter with a number of recordings that have received critical acclaim.

Below are 5 new oil paintings that just arrived in the gallery. We have them framed and featured on the gallery walls already! Please pop in the gallery to see the texture and movement in his dancing skies in person.

Click here to view more available work by Steve Coffey.
New Paintings by Melissa Jean
Please visit the gallery to view these new awe inspiring paintings in person.

Melissa was recently featured in Galleries West Magazine, Spring 2012 issue, in the Collectors section as on of "9 Artists to consider right now" by Richard White. click to read

Mark your calendars for September 2012. Woodlands Gallery is hosting a Solo Exhibition of New Paintings by Melissa Jean. We are expecting at least 20 brand new pieces for the show.

Prairie Skies Forever
New Paintings by Holly Ann Friesen
Come visit us to see these beautiful open prairie skies by Holly Ann Friesen!

Click the image to view more...
Hockey Paintings by Robert Roy
Featured Artist - Feb. 14th to March 3rd
We have 9 paintings framed and featured in the gallery now!
Come by and see all the action in person!

Click on the images for details or visit his artist page on the gallery website to view all available paintings.

For a sneak peak at some photos of the Robert Roy display in the gallery click here to visit our Facebook Page.

New Jewellery by Cathy Sutton
Unique Canadian Wearable Art
One of a kind wearable art by Cathy Sutton.

Click here to view all available pieces by Cathy Sutton.
New Paintings by Cameron Bird & Carl Schlademan

Welcome Virginie Schroeder
New Gallery Artist

New Arrivals
by Cameron Bird, Connie Geerts, Alex Suprowich, Weiming Zhao
New Arrivals by Connie Geerts and Weiming Zhao. Please click on the images for details.
New Arrivals August 2011
Paintings by Holly Ann Friesen, Connie Geerts, Carl Schlademan, Betty Suprowich
Please click on the images for details.
"Trailride" by Rick Bond
Welcome to Summer!
New Jewellery by Cathy Sutton
One of A Kind Wearable Art
There are some great new pieces featured in the gallery by Cathy Sutton. Cathy's wearable art pieces are each one of a kind. She forges and casts all her own metals including copper, silver and gold into unique fashionable designs. She also uses her own lamp-worked glass combined with gems, stones and crystals. Click on the images below for detailed views of these great new pieces. Please visit the gallery to see her beautiful designs in person.

To view more available pieces by Cathy Sutton please click here to visit her artist page.

Mono Prints by Ewa Tarsia
More mono-prints just added!
Several more monoprints by Ewa Tarsia just added!