Tom Hjorleifson Wanted for Purchase or Consignment

Born in Winnipeg, currently residing in Canmore Alberta, Tom Hjorleifson has always been fascinated by wilderness and wildlife. His early recollections are of time spent observing wild places and animals. Canoeing, trekking, climbing and skiing became a means for the highlight of the adventure, wildlife viewing. Everything changed after Tom gave his young children a box of clay for Christmas in 1990. A passion for wildlife became wildlife art. Self taught, working in his home studio, Tom joined the Canmore Artists and Artisans Guild in 1992. He has been creating and selling his sculpture since then. Tom’s original hand painted, fired clay sculpture on stone is found in collections from across the street to around the world. In the autumn of 2006 Tom produced his first sculpture in Bronze. He has recently brought his eleventh limited edition bronze into production. His current project, a large abstract sculpture in steel is a departure from his usual work.
Tom resides in Canmore with his wife and assistant Patricia. He continues to be inspired by the natural wonders this region offers.

Historical Sale Highlights

Following is a random selection of collectible works we have previously sold. Refresh this page to see more items.

Untitled - The Red Barn
Alexander Young Jackson
Silkscreen (24x30 in) circa 1962
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Vimy Mountain, Waterton Park
Alexander Young Jackson
oil (10.5x13.5 in) circa 1944
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Going Into Town
Maud Lewis
Oil on Board (9x12 in) 1956
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Old House, Humber Valley
John William Beatty
Oil on Canvas (20x24 in) circa 1918
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Red and Grey, Gloucester Harbour
Adrian Dingle
oil on panel (8x15 inch) 1965
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Stooks Near Snowflake Manitoba
Lionel LeMoine Fitzgerald
oil (15x19 in) 1923
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Sans Titre, 1969
Jean Paul Riopelle
Oil on panel (10.5x6.75 in) 1969
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Blackfoot Indian Woman
Nicholas de Grandmaison
oil on canvas (12.5x12.5 in) 1930
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Hemp Combs
William Kurelek
pen & ink (14.5x25 in) 1977
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A Laurentian Wayside Inn
Paul A. Caron
oil on canvas (20x26 in) 1937
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