Spring ’16 Group Show continues to June 25th

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'Sunlight on Poppies' by Niagara Artist, Bev Alldridge

At the height of spring, a visit to TAG Art Gallery will be an enjoyable break from your  busy gardening season. Wander through our 'gate' and be delighted  by how our 'garden' has burst into bloom.  Come and see eye-catching florals by Larissa Svinoukhova, George Nachkov, Brian Wyers, Everist Prokofiev, Luigia Zilli, Claudette Losier, and Prudence Smith.  There are 25 wonderful floral paintings, with selection and styles to create a Spring look for any home or office - including pieces that are ideal for larger walls. In addition, there are new figurative works by Catherine Brassard and Laura Peturson, and new abstracts by Bev Alldridge and MABO. Niagara artists include Baxo, Christopher Peet, Brita Housez, Rachel Hélène Amram, Francie McGlynn, Robin Nisbet, and Bev Barber. Join us Wednesday to Saturday, noon to 6 p.m., 214 King St., St. Catharines. Welcome, visitors to St. Catharines & Niagara. Make your stay more memorable with a visit to TAG Art Gallery, conveniently located in downtown St. Catharines.
 
Tom and Frank Goldspink
TAG Art Gallery
905.682.5072 Toll free: 1.877.682.5072
info@tagartgallery.ca www.tagartgallery.ca

Late Winter/Early Spring ’16 Group Show

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Late Winter/Early Spring ’16 GROUP SHOW Mar. 9th to Apr. 30th.   Join us at the Gallery, Wednesday to Saturday, noon to 6 pm.   Thank you for your ongoing interest and support.   Tom and Frank Goldspink, TAG Art Gallery

Winter ’16 Group Show, Jan. 13th to Mar. 5th

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Pictured is 'Snow Shadows' by Niagara artist Robert Amirault. Other excellent winter landscapes in the Group Show are by Scott White, and Wenyun Hua. Prudence Smith is exhibiting a new selection of her well-known, whimsical still lifes. And we welcome back Francie McGlynn, Pauline Giguère, and Hugo Frones. Among the Niagara artists in the show are Paul Tyson, Beverly Sneath, Bev Alldridge, Paul Reslinski, Brita Housez, Beverley Barber, Rachel Hélène Amram, Regan Verdun, and Fran Selinger. Join us Wednesday to Saturday, noon to 6 p.m., 214 King St., St. Catharines. Welcome, visitors to St. Catharines & Niagara. Make your stay more memorable with a visit to TAG Art Gallery, conveniently located in downtown St. Catharines.
 
Tom and Frank Goldspink
TAG Art Gallery
905.682.5072 Toll free: 1.877.682.5072
info@tagartgallery.ca www.tagartgallery.ca

Fall ’15 Group Show to December 23rd

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Pictured is 'Untitled (fall foliage)' by Manly E. MacDonald RCA, OCA, OIC (1889-1971). At TAG Art Gallery for the first time are Rachel Montemurro, Paul Tyson, Kirk Shepherd, and Sheldon Goldman. And we welcome back Francie McGlynn and Hugo Frones. Among the Niagara artists in the show are Beverly Sneath, Bev Alldridge, Paul Reslinski, Brita Housez, Beverley Barber, Rachel Hélène Amram, Regan Verdun, and Fran Selinger. Join us Wednesday to Saturday, noon to 6 p.m., 214 King St., St. Catharines.
 
Tom and Frank Goldspink
TAG Art Gallery
905.682.5072 Toll free: 1.877.682.5072
info@tagartgallery.ca www.tagartgallery.ca

Historical Prints, Unique Lithographs, Aquatints

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Fascinating historical prints, featuring 19th century scenes of Niagara Pencil drawings from the 1820s! Unique lithographs of Niagara Falls, some hand-coloured, widely published in Europe, mid-1700s to 1800s. Trace the illustrations’ histories, from 16th century (Hennepin) through the 18th (Popple) and beyond. Niagara Falls featured in Canadian & U.S. pictorial, travel and lifestyle publications. Early survey & tourist maps of Niagara Falls and environs. ‘Horseshoe Falls’, oil on panel of mysterious origin. Aquatint etchings of LANDMARKS  of Niagara. Commemorating the original Brock’s Monument & Battle of Queenston Heights. Portraits of allies, General Isaac Brock & Chief Thyandenega (Jospeh Brant); depiction... View Article

Repulsed

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The subject of violence against women is certainly uncomfortable and not one I would choose to spend any time thinking about. I certainly did not think much of Marco Bertuzzo’s work, “Accident Prone” when I first looked at it. This is not a comment on the artist or piece itself. This is an admission of my personal unwillingness to give the piece a moment to penetrate. As a woman, mother and wife I do recognize the importance of security in my life. Feeling safe allows me to shine and live in the light. Art can do many things and this... View Article

Spring Group Show continues to June 25th

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Spring ’16 GROUP SHOW Until Jun. 25th.   Join us at the Gallery, Wednesday to Saturday, noon to 6 pm.   Thank you for your ongoing interest and support.   Tom and Frank Goldspink, TAG Art Gallery