SALE OF HISTORICAL PRINTS FROM EY CORPORATE COLLECTION EY has one of the largest private collections of historical prints in Canada. As EY has celebrated its sesquicentennial and now moves in a new direction of corporate collecting, TAG Art Gallery is pleased to have been selected to assist in the sale of the collection. This presents an exciting opportunity to acquire important pieces from this collection. Click http://taghistoricalprints.com to view the historical prints. Purchases from the EY Collection cannot be expedited through the ‘shop’ feature of our website. Rather, we request that you contact the Gallery. (Shipping is extra): 905.682.5072 1.877.682.5072 email@example.com
Our Historical Prints Exhibition was featured on Cogeco Niagara’s newsmagazine, ‘The Source’. Click here to view the broadcast.
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For more information, please call: 905.682.5072 or toll free 1.877.682.5072 TAG Art Gallery 214 King Street, St. Catharines ON L2R 3J9 Hours: Wed. to Sat., 12-6pm (By appointment outside regular hours)
Interested in displaying your art
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Find out how to submit your work . (Consignment Only.)
TAG Art Gallery is inviting established and emerging artists to our gallery. Artists are invited to submit JPEG images of available work in any medium by email to:
-A brief bio
-A list of the titles
-Medium (e.g. acrylic on canvas)
-Suggested retail prices of your works.
JPEG images – specifications:
Please make .jpg files 180 to 300 dots per inch, with a file size of 250kb to 500kb. For multiple, larger files, please ‘archive’ them in a .zip folder or e-mail them in two parts. ‘Dropbox’ is available: please contact the Gallery for details.
The Gallery provides standard Consignment Agreement forms, with any changes proposed by the Artist to be agreed to beforehand.
TAG Art Gallery is pleased to have hosted ‘Retrospect’, the year-end Exhibition and Graduation Celebration for the Graphic Design Program, School of Media Studies, Niagara College, April 21st to 24th, 2016. This is the seventh year that Tom and Frank Goldspink have welcomed the students, families and friends, and college personnel and alumni, to celebrate the students’ artistic and academic achievements – “the intertwining of the practical, the technical, and the imaginative”. (Image credits – Gail Taylor and ‘Inside Niagara’)
Click here to view the slide shows of the 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012 celebrations.