Laureen Marchand’s artwork is available for purchase in these galleries.

Darrell Bell Gallery


Darrell Bell Gallery is a commercial gallery located on the fourth floor of the Canada Building in downtown Saskatoon. The gallery exhibits contemporary Canadian art with an emphasis on professional Saskatchewan artists. Media include painting, sculpture, textile, glass, ceramics and furniture. The gallery presents solo and group exhibitions year round. Gallery owner Darrell Bell has over 30 years experience as an artist and gallery owner in Saskatoon. The gallery can provide assistance in art sales, consulting and appraisals.

Backporch Gallery


Visit Laureen Marchand’s own studio gallery in Val Marie, Saskatchewan. Please drop by or call ahead to 306-298-7782. For advance viewing of art available, click here. The gallery’s story is here and its setting is here.

Field and Fable


Field and Fable offers fine craft, art, upcycled goods, quirky supplies and instruction in arts and crafts. Its physical space is in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada… smack dab in the middle of the Canadian Prairies…semi-rural where really rural is moments away. Finding crafty goodies, like-minded enthusiasts and a spot to work and buy in is tough sometimes. The internet is magic but sometimes you need it all in one little spot.

Lavelle Art Gallery


The Lavelle Art Gallery has been operating in Clifden, Co. Galway, Ireland since 1988. It was set up by Eoin Lavelle as a summer pursuit and has developed over the years into a full time venture that welcomes visitors all year round. Today the gallery maintains a longstanding reputation for the promotion of fine art painting of the highest quality in the west of Ireland.

Prairie Wind & Silver Sage


Prairie Wind & Silver Sage is located in Val Marie, Saskatchewan, a heartbeat from Grasslands National Park, in the Little Brick Schoolhouse heritage building, across from the Park Visitor Centre on Centre Street. Its mandate is to work in partnership with the local community and Grasslands National Park of Canada to promote the conservation of native prairie landscapes, while inviting the exploration and appreciation of prairie culture and natural history. PWSS is open seven days a week May to September.