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Here you will find a selection of Newsletters in review about the gallery exhibitions, artists, community outreach and programs  presented by CAG.


in review

CAG newsletters & events




IN REVIEW: Spring 2022
by heather Roy

The fields surrounding the little village of Colborne are beginning to wake from their winter sleep, but the artwork is blooming!  Our first 2022 show,” Awakening”, is on from March 12 to May 1, and features the spirit of spring, as we all yearn for the earth to begin sending up those green shoots that explode in colour.

Many of the artworks in this show reflect the rural atmosphere as it comes back to life

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IN REVIEW: October 2021
by heather Roy

“autumn” is on, and the colours coming forward in nature are rivalled by the colours of the Colborne Gallery artists’ work, showing now till November 7.  The ten contributing artists have assembled a beautiful celebration of the natural world, with paintings, drawings and jewellery.

Highlights are Bob Omar Tunnoch’s award winning piece “Tadpoles at the Zen Wellness Retreat for Tadpoles”, which took first place in the last Art Gallery of Northumberland juried show; Charles Funnel‘s silver jewelry, a mix of fine stones, pearls and industrial elements  pairs elegantly with both formal wear and jeans;

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"christmas market"


IN REVIEW: December 2021
by heather Roy

The frost on the ground signals time for more cozy indoor activities, especially after a well-bundled walk in the woods or on the beach.  The village of Colborne is situated close to the beach and offers opportunities for beautiful walks down country lanes.  Choose and cut your own Christmas tree at one of the farms in the area!  Enjoy our rural landscape, and make a day of visiting, with just enough to see and do, that you will come home refreshed and happy!


This year’s Colborne Gallery Christmas Market is aglow with soft twinkle lights adorning natural greens, creating a magica l atmosphere to relax in the beauty of our landscape art, unique pottery, seasonal handcrafted woolens, Christmas ornaments and fine jewellery.  Our three guest artisans, Cathy Allen from Peterborough, Laurie Golduik (fabric arts) and Brenda Sullivan (potter)from Port Hope, bring a definite whimsy with their charming work.

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