Art and Artists

We offer one-on-one professional development for both visual and performing artists. Let our current market knowledge and experience work for you.

Artist Alexei Chunanchar, Nganasan, in Reykjavik, 2015.  photo Christopher Porter

Artist Alexei Chunanchar, Nganasan, in Reykjavik, 2015. photo Christopher Porter


Services include:
    •    Business planning
    •    strategic planning
    •    Marketing support
    •    Curatorial Support
    •    Product development
    •    Product placement
    •    Pricing strategies
    •    Grant writing




    Lynn Feasey “gets” art.  Her work has supported my career as a stone carver.  She takes organizing opportunities for artists very seriously and her eye for detail means not only that events runs smoothly but they are artistic in their own right.  Events such as Canada's Northern House allowed my art to be seen in a good light and that’s what sparked interest from galleries in Vancouver for me, that I otherwise I wouldn’t have been able to make." -  John Sabourin, Artist
    “Lynn has helped me to create marketing and promotion plans that have contributed largely to my business success. She is insightful, detailed and forward-thinking but she also comes with barrage of experience having promoted Northern Canadian art and it’s artists for the past 20 years. That’s passion and dedication and that’s someone you want working with you to grow what you, as an artist, are most passionate about… your art.” Jamie Look, Jewellery designer
    "When I first met Lynn I was showing art in the local coffee shop. Over the years she has given my invaluable advice that has played a big role in helping me grow my career. I now have gallery representation in three province/territories, I have done a solo touring show to public galleries and museums, group and solo gallery shows, exhibited at art festivals, international art fairs, cultural events at the National Art Centre in Ottawa, and the Vancouver Olympics. I am currently prepping my first international solo exhibit.” – Jennifer Walden, visual artist