December Art Sale & Events

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Hello December! …and with all this snow comes another new and exciting art exhibit in the Gallery. We are pleased to announce that we will be showcasing local artists in a group art sale for the month of December. The art sale starts this weekend and runs until December 31st. We hope that you will join […]

Martha Bull Feature Artist for November

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Martha Bull has been a watercolorist since the 1980’s when she attended OCAD, then OCA. For the past 10 years she has taught painting on canoe trips and two years ago decided to take up teaching full time, a passion she enjoys. She co-owns the Mill Street Art Studio with Sue Miller where they share […]

We welcome Gordon Leverton to the Gallery for September

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Gordon Leverton uses buildings (or their fragments) as a conduit to paint unique urban portraits with a tightly edited view. It is Hamilton, his home town that is key to his inspiration and subsequent success.Bold colours, light and shadow, geometric shapes and simple lines are essential elements in his impressive compositions executed in acrylic or […]

Welcome to Sarah Tacoma, our August Artist of the Month

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Award winning artist, Sarah Tacoma, photographs landscape and nature from a uniquely romantic perspective and uses the image as a backdrop for paint, pencil crayon and beeswax application. Tacoma’s creative process is quite elaborate. She mounts the photographic print on birch wood, and then she distresses the image with sandpaper, knives and other tools to impart […]

Our July Artist of the Month is Bev Morgan

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Bev Morgan’s art reflects her boundless energy and passion for watercolour. Her sources of inspiration come from her own backyard, the rural landscape of Grey Bruce,  historic buildings such as lighthouses, as well as sites she visited during her travels. Working en plein air or using photo references alongside emotional memory, Morgan’s delightful paintings blend […]

June Artist of the Month: Supria Karmakar

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We are so pleased to welcome Supria Karmakar to the Gallery as our June Artist of the Month. Vibrant colours and intriguing textures create first impressions that draw people to Supria Karmakar’s beautiful encaustic mixed-media work. In encaustic, coloured pigments are added to heated bees wax, and a layering process is used to sculpt unique levels of transparency […]

May Artist of the Month: Shannon Partridge

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Shannon Partridge’s art practice explores a wide range of ideas about human-animal relationships. Her vivid, playful paintings of fictional interior spaces merge the imagery of two curious worlds: Western zoo settings and the ideal home as captured in mid-century modern interior design photographs. The carefully executed paintings depict an environment that draws comparisons between the […]

Introducing our April Artist of the Month

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Michael Golland’s exquisite art is an exploration of space, colour and form, and witness to his spiritual journey and creative passion. At their essence his images are a visual diary that connects art and life. For Golland, art fills a void and he feels most connected when he is creating a painting or sculpture he […]

Our March Artist of the Month: Elizabeth Hardinge

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Have you had an opportunity to explore our March Artist of the Month? This month, we are pleased to welcome Elizabeth Hardinge to the gallery. A passion for life is evident in Elizabeth Hardinge’s striking paintings as she records fleeting moments in the world around us.  The combination of bold brushwork, a dramatic colour palette and […]

Welcome Bianca Perren!

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Bianca Perren paints landscapes with delightful simplicity. Her minimalist yet powerful painting style captures the character and mood of a particular area with a seasonal palette of colours, most recent the agricultural landscape surrounding Creemore and the Georgian Bay islands. Bianca moved to Creemore over a year ago. To her, the windswept winter agricultural landscape […]