Christmas Market at the Colborne Art Gallery

Start your Christmas shopping with us! The Christmas Market at the Colborne Art Gallery is a special exhibition and sale of jewellery, paintings, prints, unique gifts, ceramics and cards. November 16 to December 17, 2017 – Thursday thru Sunday, 12:00 – 4:00 PM. Opening Reception November 16, 7 to 9 PM

Welcome to the Other Side

by Bob ‘Omar’ Tunnoch October 5 to November 12 Thursday thru Sunday, 12:00 - 4:00 p.m Opening Reception Thursday, October 5, 7-9 pm Musician/songwriter/visual artist Bob “Omar” Tunnoch was born in Ottawa 1953. The natural world has been his life-long passion and is a...

A Conversation With Trees

My recent collection of work, “A Conversation With Trees” explores the ancient law of life (birth, decay, death, regeneration), the spirit of the forest, and our connection to trees. It’s the result of years of close observation of trees and the resulting discovery that we all have a place that is special to each of us – a secret place, where one feels their authentic self, protected and inspired – mine is a forest.

The Colborne Art Gallery’s 5th Annual Juried Exhibition

On a beautiful Saturday July 8th, the treasured heritage building of Cramahe Township that 20 years ago became the Colborne Art Gallery was host to the opening of the Annual Juried Show. The gallery was packed with over 130 people present to celebrate the 27 artists whose work was chosen from among 109 pieces submitted for jurying by Eileen Menzel.

20th Anniversary Exhibition

The work of 38 artists whose past participation has built the only professional co-operative gallery in the area will be on display from May 27 to July 2, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Colborne Art Gallery.

Women of a Certain Age

After middle age, women in our society can tend to feel invisible unless they do something dramatic or outlandish to draw attention to themselves. This show of paintings and drawings celebrates the natural vitality and beauty of older women as seen and captured by artists who are their contemporaries. It invites viewers to recalibrate how they measure attractiveness – and to look more closely at women of a certain age.