SASKATCHEWAN ARTIST

James' work is part of corporate collections, such as those owned by Mosaic, North Atlantic Potash, and Canpotex Limited. His pieces are also held in private Canadian collections from Vancouver Island to Yellowknife to Montreal, as well as private collections in the United States and Mexico. Browse through the featured works of art, below. James' complete body of art can be viewed in his Pinterest library.

All images are © James M. Clow. Items that have been sold are marked with a red dot in the upper right corner.

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"Landing on Silver," by James M. Clow. Acrylic paint and genuine sterling silver on cradled birch board, 16x20, 2017. "The Other Side Of The Fence," by James M. Clow. Acrylic paint on stretched canvas, 24x30, 2017. "La Ronge Raven," by James M. Clow. Acrylic paint on stretched canvas, 48"x26", 2017. "Silver Buffalo," by James M. Clow. Mixed media including acrylic paint and sterling silver on cradled birch board, 40x30, 2016. Winner of the Peggy and Sandy Kerr Memorial Award, 41st Winter Festival Juried Art Exhibition, Mann Gallery, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. "East of Saskatoon," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic paint and potash on cradled birch board, 18x24, 2016. Part of a corporate collection. "Ripples," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic paint and potash on cradled birch board, 20x16, 2016. "The Watch," by James M. Clow. Acrylic paint on cradled birch board, 36x36, 2016. "Crop Circles 2," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic paint, genuine copper gilding on wheat and potash on cradled birch board, 20x16, 2016. Part of a corporate collection. "August," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic paint and potash on cradled birch board, 18x24, 2016.Part of a corporate collection. "Drifts," by James M. Clow. Acrylic paint on stretched canvas, 24x18, 2016.  Part of a corporate collection. "Winter Glide," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 48"x36", 2016. Awarded Blue Ribbon Best of Show, Blue Ribbon First in Division, and Blue Ribbon First in Category, 2016 Reflections of Nature Juried Art Exhibition, Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. "Wish List," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 36"x30", 2016. Awarded Red Ribbon Second in Division and Red Ribbon Second in Category, 2016 Reflections of Nature Juried Art Exhibition, Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. "Contemplating," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 10"x8" plus wood frame, 2016. Part of a private collection. "Preflight," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 14"x11" plus wood frame, 2016. Part of Bettina Corrin's private collection. "Easy Rider," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 36"x24", 2016. "Messenger," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on canvas, 60"x48", 2016. "January's Field," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on canvas, 36"x12", 2016. Part of a private  private collection. "Early Light," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on canvas, 14"x11" plus wood frame, 2016. "Yellow Stalks," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on canvas, 14"x11" plus wood frame, 2015.  Part of a private collection. "Gold Coast," by James M. Clow. Acrylic on canvas, 72"x36", 2015.  Part of a corporate collection. "Beneath the Storm," by James M. Clow, featuring 385 million year old potash from the Middle Devonian period of the Geological Time Scale. Mixed media including acrylic paint, oil paint, and potash on birch board, 40"x40" plus frame, 2014. "Anomalous," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic paint and potash on cradled birch board, 40”x40", 2015. "S19/E19," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic paint and potash, on cradled birch board, 48"x60", 2015. Part of corporate collection. "Blue and Gold," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic paint and potash on cradled birch board, 36”x60", 2015. "At the Face," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic paint and potash, on cradled birch board, 48”x24”, 2015. “Pillars of Salt," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic paint and potash, on five separate panels of canvas and cradled birch board, 60”x36", 2015. Part of a corporate collection. "Core," by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including acrylic and potash, on cradled birch board, 24”x18", 2015. "Tunnel Vision," by James M. Clow, revealing what only a few people see firsthand in Saskatchewan, this image is inspired by the cutting marks left in the mine face 3000 feet below the surface of the prairie. Potash and acrylic on birch board, 36"x36", 2014.  Part of a private collection. “Abrasion,” by James M. Clow. Mixed media, including potash, acrylic paint and chemically altered sterling silver leaf on birch board, 36"x36", 2015. "Groovin' on a Sunday Afternoon," by James M. Clow, showing the clay seams in the potash mine. Mixed media including acrylic paint, oil paint and 385 million year old potash on birch board, 60"x36," 2014. Part of a corporate collection. "For Carla," by James M. Clow, the smallest addition to the potash mining series. Mixed media including acrylic paint and potash ore on birch board, 14"X18", 2014. Part of a private collection. "Sunset Over Rocanville," by James M. Clow, with a view of the potash mine under Saskatchewan fields and sky. Mixed media including acrylic paint and potash ore from the Rocanville Mine, 24"x36", 2014. Painting #10. Part of a private collection. "Nyctophobia," by James M. Clow, reveals an abstracted cutting groove motif using various colours of potash ore. Mixed media including acrylic paint and potash ore on birch board, 48"x24, 2014. "Copperhead," by James M. Clow, showcasing Saskatchewan potash on a bed of patinated copper leaf. Mixed media including acrylic paint, copper leaf and potash on birch board, 36"x36", 2014. "Out of the Blue and Into the Black," by James M. Clow, inspired by a Neil Young song, this is another addition to the potash mining series. Mixed media including acrylic paint and potash ore on birch board, 48"x24", 2014. "Bruised Sky," by James M. Clow, capturing a stormy Saskatchewan sky. Acrylic on canvas, 60"X30", 2014.  Part of the Daryl Richardson collection. jquery lightbox photoby VisualLightBox.com v6.1