Artists & Designers

The Gallery Shop selects work by established and emerging artists and designers including:

Cherie Westmoreland | Regina, Sk. | Photography

Cherie Westmoreland is a visual artist working in the medium of photography. Her work has been exhibited in group and solo shows and has been published. Westmoreland’s work is deeply rooted in landscape. She uses a variety of techniques to interpret and explore beyond traditional boundaries in the medium.

Daryl Richardson | Saskatoon, Sk | Metalsmith

Daryl Richardson takes inspiration from nature when creating his organic forms. Daryl’s work borrows from the past, but with a modern flair, breaking down the lines to a suggestion of the idea. Daryl's work has been widely exhibited and collected throughout Saskatchewan.

Hillberg & Berk | Regina, Sk | Jewellery

Hillberg & Berk was established in 2007 by jewellery designer Rachel Mielke and has been winning awards and the hearts of women ever since. Rachel wanted to create an investment worthy jewellery line that was fashionable, beautiful and functional. The jewellery is artistically crafted using sterling silver, gold and high quality gem stones.

Megan. J. Hazel | Regina, Sk | Jewellery

A graduate from the Kootenay School of the Arts, jewellery artist Megan Hazel returned to Regina to establish her carrier as an artist, instructor and mentor. Inspired by nature, Megan produces a wide range of handcrafted silver jewellery.

Mel Bolen | Humbolt, Sk | Ceramics

Humbolt potter Mel Bolen has been working with clay for 40 years. With a strong reverence for traditional pottery, Mel uses a variety of glazing and firing techniques including salt and wood firing. Internationally exhibited and collected, Mel was the 2007 recipient of the Premier's Prize from the Saskatchewan Craft Council juried exhibition Dimensions.

Miles Anderson | Gordon First Nation, Sk | Antler Carving

A second generation carver, Miles Anderson is a member of the Gordon First Nation near Punnichy, Saskatchewan. Miles takes pleasure in carving antlers because of their strength and unique coloration. These exquisite carvings reflect Miles’ love of nature and his First Nations heritage. All antlers are either naturally shed or are given to him by hunters who use the meat.

Robert Held Art Glass | Vancouver, British Columbia | Hand Blown Glass

With over 40 years in the Canadian art glass industry, Robert Held’s collections range from classic to contemporary. From vases and bowls, to hearts and perfume bottles, his designs are inspired by the work of famous artists such as Monet, Klimt and Tiffany. Robert’s glasswork has also been chosen for many prestigious awards and collections.