TAG Art Gallery is operated by Tom Goldspink and his brother, Frank, who grew up in Port Robinson, ON. They share they day-to-day responsibilities ensuring that the Gallery provides the Niagara Region with a constant flow of new and exciting art.

The 1700 square feet of exhibition space showcases a collection of Canadian fine art, contemporary art, sculpture, jewellery and historical lithographs. One of Tom’s best friends from his Brock University days is the owner of Ingram Gallery in Toronto. TAG’s relationship with Ingram Gallery, together with its constantly evolving relationship with artists in Niagara and beyond, provides a steady stream of new art for your enjoyment and consideration.

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To read a review of TAG Art Gallery, published by The SOUND Magazine, click here.

Come and experience a comfortable setting while viewing the many choices available from the following categories:

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Contemporary

Art of the late 20th and early 21st century, including oils, watercolours and photography.
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Sculpture

Includes Inuit carving and other Canadian contemporary sculptors.
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Fine Art

Landscapes and portraits in the historical Canadian tradition.
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Jewellery

All jewellery is hand-made and one-of-a-kind – it is created by Canadian artists using precious and unconventional materials.

Falls of Niagara, unknown artist, engraver CookeHistorical Works

A rich collection of framed and unframed lithographs, watercolours, drawings and maps of early Niagara Falls, the Niagara River, the two towers built in honour of General Isaac Brock, and views of the Niagara Region from many familiar artists including Nicholas Hornyansky, W.H. Bartlett, Lt. Col. Joseph Bouchette, James Pattison Cockburn, Guillaume-Abel Blouet, James Hamilton, Ferdinand Richardt and Isaac Weld.

Our Historical Prints of Niagara Exhibition, June 29th to August 27th, 2016, was featured on Cogeco Niagara’s newsmagazine, ‘The Source’.
Click here to view the broadcast.