Gallery

Please enjoy our gallery of Canadian Folk and Outsider Artists. If you are interested in purchasing any of these pieces, please contact us here.

Joyce McComisky

An early relief carving by Joyce McComisky of two Raccoon kits at play. It measures about 11 inches in diameter and is signed and dated 1992 on the reverse. It is carved and painted White Pine.     $125.00                                                                                                A primitive and naive artist, Joyce McComisky began carving in the third part of the last century. She carved birds and animals in relief carvings and eventually began painting, participating for some time in the Lunenburg festival of folk art. She lives in Charlesville, Nova Scotia.

Joyce McComisky. Charlesville, Nova Scotia. Relief carving of young Raccoons.

Joyce McComisky. Charlesville, Nova Scotia. Relief carving of young Raccoons.

Joyce McComisky. Detail of Young Raccoons.

Joyce McComisky. Detail of Young Raccoons.

 

 

Joe Winters

A carving of a Rooster by Joe Winters. Dressed for a night on the town, The Rooster stands about 17 inches tall and is signed on the base. It dates from the 1990’s.                                                                                         $250.00

 

Joe Winters. The Rooster. Sculptor. Liverpool, Nova Scotia.

Joe Winters. The Rooster. Sculptor. Liverpool, Nova Scotia.

 

Joe Winters. Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Carving of a Rooster.

Joe Winters. Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Carving of a Rooster.

Sam Amiro: A Seagull with it’s Catch.

Sam Amiro. Sculptor. Pubnico, Nova Scotia.

   A wood carving of a Seagull with it’s catch. Carved and painted Pine or Spruce. It is signed on the base. It measures about 16 inches by 12 inches over all and about 9 inches high.                                                                                                $125.00

Sam Amiro. Pubnico, Nova Scotia. Seagull with Catch.

Sam Amiro. Pubnico, Nova Scotia. Seagull with Catch.

Jean-Claude Labrecque

Jean-Claude Labrecque. Sculptor. Vallee-Jonction, Quebec. Active late 20th century.

A talented wood carver and sculptor. He carves wild and domestic birds and animals. And people in their situations. His sculptures are done in Pine and are always  painted with acrylic colors.

An earlier work by Labrecque.  The Camper and friends:       $175.00

Jean-Claude Labrecque. Vallee-Jonction, Beauce, Quebec. The Camper. 1998.

Jean-Claude Labrecque. Vallee-Jonction, Beauce, Quebec. The Camper. 1998.

A detail of the Camper:

Labrecque. The Camper. Detail.

Labrecque. The Camper. A Detail.

His Mark:

Labrecque. The Camper. His mark.

Labrecque. The Camper. His mark.

 

 

A carving of an Inuit Hunter by Labrecque:                                 $150.00

Jean-Claude Labrecque. Beauce. Quebec. Inuit Hunter. 2000.

Jean-Claude Labrecque. Beauce. Quebec. Inuit Hunter. 2000.

 

 

Honore Hunt

Honore Hunt. Sculptor. Pabos Mills, Gaspe, Quebec. Active 1990’s and on.

A sculptor who uses ‘as found’ materials, driftwood and forest found, to make animals, birds and people. Often very graceful and full of movement. He has a strong color pallet of bright primary colors.

A playful carving by Honore Hunt. Carved in 2005:                                              $90.00

Honore Hunt. Pabos Mills Quebec. Child's Play. 2005.

Honore Hunt. Pabos Mills Quebec. Child’s Play. 2005.