Exhibits and Galleries

Painting the Ontario Landscape

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This art exhibition features painting by the late Jane Champagne, long-time resident of Southampton. Jane was a force of nature, Gaia personified! A fierce advocate for the soul’s expression, she found her Source in the spirit of the land, and found in the land, her spiritual home. Her voice, in the written word, and her […]

Anishnaabwe Endaat: Where we live and lived

The Anishnaabwe Gallery showcases Anishnaabwe culture in a broader environmental and cultural context, specifically the impacts that changing climate and landscape have had on a range of cultural expressions, including subsistence pursuits, material culture, settlement and the evolution into today’s culture. This exhibition is proudly presented by      

Roly Fenwick Pow Wow Emanations

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Roly Fenwick’s life-long quest to convey the intangible found in nature becomes rejuvenated as depicted in this series of watercolour and oil paintings. This work recounts his experience of many times spent on the shores along Lake Huron & Georgian Bay specifically at Saugeen and Cape Croker. “My project was to join and enter the […]

Victorian Hang Ups: Symbolism & Sentiment

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Did you know wreaths are more than a pretty way to decorate your door?  “Victorian Hang Ups: Symbolism & Sentiment” explores the history of wreaths, their rise in popularity during the Victorian Age, the symbolic meanings found within them and the different materials used to create them. “Victorian Hang ups: Symbolism & Sentiment” in the […]