A Spotlight on Mino-bimaadiziwin and Bandolier for Water and Plant Life.
Heffel’s brand new website is currently under development (in a beta testing stage), but it is available for public viewing.
Heffel recently announced that they are representing Ace in British Columbia, and they are now moving forward and integrating his work into the new website. A detail of Ace’s Bandolier for Water and Plant Life is featured in the scrolling banner for the Private Sale section, where his work is featured alongside Heffel’s other notable artists in the gallery stable – David Blackwood and the estate of Joe Fafard. The new Heffel site also features a biographical page and thoughtfully written and well researched bilingual essays (French and English) on both Mino-bimaadiziwin (français) and Bandolier for Water and Plant Life (français).
It is important to note that this additional documentation and comprehensive research is imperative. For it offers collectors much needed insight into the works, so that they can garner a deeper understanding about the history, cultural context and artistic significance. Heffel also provide a detailed listing of the work’s exhibition history and a compendium of literature and critical essays. Each work is well documented with a selection of professional high resolution images. This level of attention-to-detail is absolute.
Heffel Gallery are also offering clients the opportunity to engage in on-line virtual gallery tours. Ace’s works Mino-biimaadiziwin and Bandolier for Water and Plant Life are now on view at Heffel Vancouver.
To enquire about Ace’s work, please contact Tania Poggione, Director of the Montreal Office and Senior Consignment Specialist.