Sunday hours until September 25:
10am – 2pm
(the same opening hours as the Farmers’ Market)

what-a-wonderful-world_tmbWHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD is the title of the Juried Art Show this year. You can download the brochure by clicking the image. Note the closing date for entries: Thursday November 24, 2016.

WampumTeachings1 Wampum Belts were used to mark agreements between peoples, and are of particular significance with regards to treaties and covenants made between Aboriginal peoples and European colonial powers. On Sep 11 Brian Charles (Georgina Island) gave an enthralling presentation to a large group of people, who were fascinated to see the different Wampum belts, to learn their history, and to begin to understand the significance of the symbols and the patterns.
This was a great event, and we were delighted to see such a large crowd in attendance! The event will be repeated, for sure. We will post information here. Check back regularly.

Tuesday LuncheonTuesday Luncheons are back!! Courtesy of Black River Coffee, the next luncheon is on Tuesday September 20, at noon. Click on the image for details!

Captain FantasticThe next Reel Gems show is on Thursday September 22.  Click the image to see the details!

KidzArt Exhibition 20161KidzArt Exhibition:
September 24 – October 16 2016
Opening reception: Sunday Sep. 25 at 1pm


Come and learn to speak Ojibwe! Ojibwe is one of the First Nations languages, and is the one that is spoken by the Chippewa of Georgina Island. This series of 8 classes introduces you to the basics, and will teach you to use many of the fundamental phrases of everyday life.

This (free) series runs on Friday evenings, from 6pm to 7pm, from October 7 to November 25.

Read all about it here.

Georgina-WhereWeLiveAndPlay2Show off your artistic talent! This exhibition is yours! If you live, work or play in Georgina, be a part of the exhibition GEORGINA – WHERE WE LIVE AND PLAY. Click the thumbnail for details. October 22 – November 27 2016.


You can download the catalogue of the First Nation exhibition BEMAUDIZIWIN here!

daphne2(1)Our gallery recently acquired 12 prints (limited editions) by the famous artist, Daphne Odjig.  Her art portrays  the culture of her Indigenous ancestors. Click on the image to read more.

Spotlight on the artist!

This is a new section of our web site. Each month one of the co-op artists whose work is displayed in the store will be featured here, with information about them and their work, together with images of their creations.

Thelma_SellersWe start with Thelma Sellers. Read all about her, look at the images, but then you must come in to the Gallery shop and see the real thing! Click the image to go to Thelma’s page.

IMG_4179SMALLChiarandini custom made prints for sale! Click the image for details and to order.

The WALL – Permanent Exhibition

TheWall1608THE WALL features four works from our Permanent Collection, all-year-round. There is written information to help you understand the works you are looking at. Click the image to find out more!

• All year, whenever the Gallery is open

palette_fall_2016-coverThe fall 2016 edition of The Palette is available at the Gallery (you can pick it up at the front desk), and it is also online. Look for The Palette in the menus at the top of the page, or click here!



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