The gallery also has a fabulous collection of works by Tom Thompson and the Group of Seven. The exhibit featured, when we were there, was one by Kim Dorland. His work was influenced greatly by Tom Thompson and the juxtaposition of pieces by the two artists was spectacular.
The other artist that was featured at the gallery was a French Canadian woman, Karine Giboulo, who did some elaborate displays in Sculpy. I wasn't supposed to take pictures, but I snapped a few with my phone, so I could show my son, who does similar work in the same medium.
|Canadian Art - Snowman in Sculpy by Sandy Tomany|
Although, we couldn't take pictures inside the gallery, we were free to take pictures outside. Here, I think, is a quintessential example of Canadian Art.
|Canadian Art - Snow Marriage|
Actually, I don't want to make light of the exhibits that were there. They really represented a life's work for both artists and they were amazing!!
Have a wonderful day!!