Art in Banff, Canada – Willock & Sax Introduces Brandy Saturley

We are delighted to announce that The Art of Brandy Saturley is now available in Banff, Alberta through Willock and Sax Gallery. On the heels of an artist residency at the Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity, the artist is thrilled to have gained representation in Banff. For 24 years now art dealers Tom Willock and Susan-Sax Willock have been connecting people with art, helping art collectors find art they will love for the rest of their life. The Banff gallery located on Bear Street has an impressive and well curated selection of work encompassing many different media and genres by a strong roster of fine Western Canadian art and artists. Willock & Sax represents emerging and established artists and is dedicated to furthering the legacy of historical artists. Collectively they bring to the business over 60 years of experience from the cultural sector, commercial enterprises, and academic studies, including Director of a Public Museum and Art Gallery, Director of a Provincial Arts Service Organization for Visual Art, and academic background in the history of art, design, and visual culture.

Art in Banff Canada

Currently the gallery has four paintings on site by Brandy Saturley, showing themes of mountains, landscapes, canoes and even a polar bear riding a Jeep. A nice representation of the work this Canadian painter has become known for over the past two decades. Not only is Banff a stunning natural destination nestled into the Canadian Rocky Mountains, it is also a destination for art lovers with the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, numerous private and public art galleries such as the Walter Phillips Gallery and the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies.


Art in Banff Canada

Vermillion Canoes in the window of Willock & Sax Gallery, Bear Street, Banff, Alberta

It will be interesting to see where my recent experience making art at the Banff Centre and my time spent in Banff capturing locations through photography and video will feed new work to be made over the coming months.