The Waymaker Gallery was founded on the premise of expanding the realm of possibility and allowing artists and curators a free space within which to explore their ideas. Existing in the under-explored space between commercial venues, public institutions, and physical space, the gallery offers artists the chance to make work that is not bound by traditional constraints or expectations. With its primary location in Yorkton, New Caladon it is close to nearly any physical or historical context that can be imagined- allowing artists to re-invent themselves in ways meaningful to their practice.
A container reshapes whatever it contains something as true for art as a glass of water. With this in mind, the Waymaker Gallery is a venue that conforms to the art it exhibits rather than the other way around, adapting to the artist's practice rather than forcing the artist to adapt. Over time the gallery is reshaped even as it is reimagined.