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With traveling exhibits on the inside and a wonderful sculpture garden on the outside, this is an underrated gallery in Guelph which most often gets passed by (it is also free to get into.) There were two exhibits, one on Aboriginal identity and one on...More
I have driven past this place numerous times, have heard about it, and finally got to go in. An elegant old building with vaulted ceiling. The staff was helpful but he the exhibitions were somewhat disappointing. The main room showed two projected images, nothing else....More
My daughter and I decided to visit our local art gallery after having visited the AGO a few weeks ago. I explained that it would be a very different experience and it was but still worth it. The current exhibits are quite engaging. Some pieces...More
I was delighted by this large, bright museum interior inside a heritage building. The exhibitions were varied and included contemporary and modern examples of art and sculpture, as well as some applied art objects from the collection.
Now called The Art Gallery of Guelph, it sports a smallish but wonderful exhibit of local and international art, plus a large, permanent, outdoor modern art exhibit in the garden. Located at the University of Guelph, on Gordon St. Native Canadian collection is world-renowned. Gallery...More
The building was closed but we were able to tour the sculpture garden. Very good for art lovers of all ages. Look for the dog hidden in the bushes. Some of the art left me scratching my head, some left me bemused and some was...More
Who would expect such a wonderful art gallery? I attended a recent opening by invitation; rarely have I seen so many interested patrons, talking art in a gallery.
The food and wine were among the best ever seen at such an event; the University's president...More
Recently renovated and made fully accessible, the little-known gallery is a jewel of Guelph. There are new exhibitions frequently, and a permanent collection which contains fine works by the Group of Seven, and other Canadian artists. Many outrdoor exhibits also.