Virtual Exhibition #03 – Inuit Drumsong
“Inuit Drumsong,” Houston North Gallery’s third virtual exhibition, is John Houston’s selection of 32 recently-acquired sculptures and original prints celebrating the world of the Inuit drum dance. The sculptures are current works, just out of Nunavut, by a mixture of seasoned Inuit sculptors and talented emerging artists. (Prices range from CAD$ 185. to $4,275.)
Virtual Exhibition #02 – Realm of the Polar Bear
Houston North Gallery’s second virtual exhibition presents a selection of 30 recent sculptures from Nunavut inspired by the magnificence of the polar bear. Do come in and have a look around! Also visit (or revisit) our first virtual exhibition, “The Spirit World,” which will continue through October.
New Release – The White Archer
The Houston North Gallery is pleased to present, The White Archer, John Houston’s recently released film inspired by the novel written by his late father, James Houston.
Wide Range of Artists
From Joe Norris to Eddie Mandaggio, if Folk art is what you seek, we have you covered! The gallery has a large Joe Norris collection and represents various Nova Scotia folk artists.
The Gallery also offers an appraisal service for your Inuit or Folk Art collection. Please visit our service section for further information.
James Houston Drawings
Released from John Houston’s private collection, Houston North is one of the only galleries featuring the original drawings and paintings by James Houston, the man who brought Inuit art to the world.
The gallery also carries a large selection of rare pottery and ceramic pieces from Rankin Inlet.
Houston North Gallery
The Houston North Gallery, opened in 1981, is located in historic Lunenburg, Nova Scotia and is almost exclusively devoted to showing, selling and educating the public on Inuit art and culture.