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aRT GALLERIES

The beauty of Huron County has inspired countless visual artists working in all media and styles. Check out some of their creations along with the work of talented artisans working in traditional and contemporary crafts at Ontario’s West Coast galleries.      

Blyth Festival Art Gallery

Blyth Festival Art Gallery

431 Queen Street, Blyth

A vibrant and integral part of the Blyth Centre for the Arts, The Blyth Festival Art Gallery is housed in the Bainton Gallery attached to the Blyth Community Memorial Hall. The Gallery hosts five shows annually: one group student show, one group community show and three professional shows.

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Elizabeth's Art Gallery

54 Courthouse Square, Goderich

Elizabeth’s Art Gallery is located on the historic Courthouse Square in Goderich Ontario. Offering a wide range of services and products for all your art and framing needs. Come in and browse the gallery and enjoy the rich selection of original paintings, fine crafts and jewellery.

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Fashion Arts & Creative Textiles Studio (FACTS)

441 Queen Street, Blyth

FACTS is an is an educational and innovative hub for fibre, textile and apparel designers and artists. The gallery showcases work by both professional and emerging local fibre and textile artists. FACTS offers workshops for all levels of experience in a multitude of handcrafting arts.

 

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The Goderich Co-Op Gallery

54 Courthouse Square, Goderich

The Goderich Co-op Gallery displays the work of more than 35 artists with a plethora of award-winning members and consignees featuring paintings, photography, encaustics, stained glass, fibre arts, pottery and jewellery. Many pieces have Huron County themes. Guest artists and community projects displayed monthly. Artist on site.

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JMR Collections

9 Bayfield Main Street North, Bayfield

JMR Collections is a home shop/art studio in Bayfield with original artwork by J.M. Roth, handmade jewellery, loom weavings, paintings and more. A little something for everyone!

Main Street Gallery Bayfield

Main Street Gallery

4 Bayfield Main Street North, Bayfield

Main Street Gallery is located in Bayfield, the gallery exhibits the work of many award-winning artists including painters, potters, photographers, wood turners and carvers, sculptors, jewellers, textile, glass, metal and ceramic artists.

Marten Art Gallery

Marten Arts

17A Bayfield Main Street North, Bayfield

Marten Arts is a Canadian art gallery and Bayfield mainstay for over 20 years. The gallery is full of contemporary fine arts, crafts and jewellery.

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Patina Studios & Gallery

12B Main Street North, Bayfield

Patina Studios and Gallery artist/owners Joan Bailey (painter) and Tony Eyamie (potter) are often found working on the street in front of the gallery in Bayfield. A great representation of fine art and fine craft including paintings, pottery, wood, textiles, jewellery and more.

Reueben R. Sallows Gallery

The Reuben R. Sallows Gallery

52 Montreal Street, Goderich

The Reuben R. Sallows Gallery is home to the largest public collection of this renowned Goderich photographer’s work and offers changing exhibits two times a year. Located on the Mezzanine level of the Goderich Library.

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sunset arts gallery

63 River Road, Grand Bend

Bursting at the seams with original works of art, paintings, jewelry, wooden sculptures, and more from Grand Bend and London-based artists.

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Wild Goose Studio Canada

 432 Queen St, Blyth

 A studio space dedicated to releasing creativity, both through art and worship. Featuring the work of Cindy McKenna (painter) and Hans Veenvliet (creative wood craftsman). 

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WONKY FROG STUDIO

197 Westmoreland St, Blyth

Located in the ever growing arts & cultural centre of Blyth, Wonky Frog Studio offers a selection of local artist and artisan’s creations, as well as pottery and artwork from owners Cat and Scott. Get creative and register for one of their ‘Clay Date’ classes!