Willock & Sax Gallery


How do you purchase one of my images? It’s easy. You simply dial 1 866 859 2220 and ask for Susan.

Susan Sax-Willock and Thomas Willock are the founders and owners of the Willock and Sax Gallery and they are my representatives. First opened in Waterton and now located in Banff, Alberta, their gallery is dedicated to their vision of presenting the work of a very high quality cross section of Canadian fine artists. Susan brings a background as an artist, arts scholar and arts administrator. Tom is a zoologist with an intense feeling for the earth and environment, the former Director of a major museum and a delightfully talented interpreter of the western landscape with his black and white silver prints; the ones centre-left in the image above. In my own collection I have Tom’s “Lenticular Clouds: Red Rock Canyon Road, Waterton Lakes National Park, 1983,” an image I find particularly moving.

If you travel to Banff from time to time, be sure to check the Willock & Sax website for events at the Gallery and Banff activities. Better yet, ask Susan to put you on their e-mail list. Just call her at the number above orĀ  click here.

3 Responses to “Willock & Sax Gallery”

  1. zzyzx says:

    The Gold Standard may be the silver print but it should be the carbon print. Hand poured carbons do not degrade. They will last as long as the substrate holds up. Very simple to make though time consuming, they are a joy to look at with actual 3D relief. Next in line I would go with platinum/palladium prints. Then silver gelatin fits well.
    Don’t ignore the ‘alt process’ image in your information as to the expected life of prints, on display or in dark storage.

  2. admin says:

    Yes – both carbon prints and platinum and palladium prints have proved their longevity. Thank you for this addition.

  3. admin says:

    You comment on my blog was lost when I did a bit of blog renovation, so I reinserted it manually. I appreciated your comment so really wanted to keep it. Please feel free to comment further.

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