The Artist Project is delighted to announce:
Nature’s Scene adds Yukoner to its artists roster
Nature’s Scene of Georgetown, Ont., has agreed to provide representation for Halin de Repentigny, a longtime Yukon artist, through its national and international network of galleries and art dealers.
“Nature’s Scene was at the leading edge of the popularization of wildlife art in the ’70s and ’80s, helping bring Robert Bateman to the world, and it’s continued to grow and expand its offerings ever since,” said Susan Stanley, the president of The Artist Project, with which de Repentigny is affiliated.
“Being represented by such a well-known and respected gallery is another significant step in bringing Halin to a wider audience, and we are thrilled to start this journey with Nature’s Scene.”
“The power and emotion evident in Halin’s work is not something you see every day,” said Phil Coles of Nature’s Scene.
“His connection to the land and people he portrays gives the rest of us a window into an incredibly beautiful part of the world that many of us will never experience firsthand.”
Securing representation with Nature’s Scene continues to increase de Repentigny’s exposure in new markets.
“Like any artist, I want my work to be seen and enjoyed by as many people as possible,” said de Repentigny.
“Being able to do that by working with a respected gallery like this is a great opportunity, and I’m looking forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with Nature’s Scene.”
The artist’s works can be seen at https://www.naturesscene.com
There will also be future announcements about de Repentigny’s upcoming solo show at The Old Fire Hall in Whitehorse. This will be his first local show in three years.
The Artist Project is a business representing northern visual artists.