current gallery exhibit
Debbie Richards - Saskatchewan and
Diane Stewart - Northern Ontario
Double Vision explores the shared bond between twins and the vast Canadian landscape that both separates them and through shared artistic vision, brings them closer.
August 26 - September 20
See 'Gallery Exhibits' for more information.
ARTIST LECTURE “DOUBLE VISION”
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
Please join The Lindsay Gallery on Monday September 22, 2014 at 11:45am for a special lecture by artist Diane Stewart.
Diane will speak to the creative process of her textile mosaics building depth and texture using hundreds of tiny fabric pieces. Diane has worked for over thirty years to perfect her skill experimenting with multimedia, adding layers of textile and beadwork to her watercolour paintings, leading to the development of her current technique
There is no admission for this lecture. Please bring your lunch. Tea and coffee will be supplied.
Please call the Gallery at 705-324-1780 or at email@example.com to register
current showcase artist
September 2 - October 4, 2014
See 'Showcase' for more information.
Welcome to the new Lindsay Gallery website! Please contact us and give us any feedback you may have on the site, as well as any errors etc that you might come across while navigating through it. New items will continue to be added, including Permanent Collection images, so check back again soon!
Thank you to the following for assisting with funding for this project:
Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport's Museum and Technology Fund
The Lindsay Gallery had its beginnings in the late 1960's, established as the "Kawartha Arts and Crafts Association". In 1976, The Lindsay Gallery was founded in a little house on Victoria Avenue North. It was in this location that The Gallery Board of Governors and members focused on the goals of presenting Art to the community through Art Classes, Exhibitions, Lectures and Workshops. Today, located in the Library Building on Kent Street, a volunteer Board of Governors and members work to maintain the spirit and dedication of its founders: to foster and promote the artistic interests of all citizens."...read more
People's Choice Award
Visitors to the Gallery selected 'Haliburton' by Julie Hale as the People's Choice Award Winner. Congratulations Julie!!
Information on Art Classes is now available! Click here for details.
Check out the Gallery Events Page for more information on the upcoming Fundraisers
Volunteer Application Form
Click here to download a copy of our volunteer application form. All forms should be returned to the Gallery!