Events

New for the Summer ’17 Group Show

As we continue the Early Summer ’17 Group Show, TAG Art Gallery is pleased to present new works by photographer Richard Sadowski and painter Greg Dow. Richard has created a spiritual depiction of a historic church in Fort Erie, St. Paul’s Anglican. The showstopper from Greg is ‘The Stationmaster’s Office’, with its countless fascinating details of a workaday life. And there are new and affordable floral watercolors by Carol Basciano. Featured artists include Prudence Smith, Marshal Foster, Dave Froude, Julie Himel, and Karen Rieger.

NOTE: The ‘Historical Prints of Niagara’ Exhibition at TAG Art Gallery has been postponed.

Early Summer ’17 Group Show

The luminous landscapes of Artist Karen Rieger radiate warmth and a welcoming atmosphere. Then, a longer look brings the discovery of fascinating details from the Artist’s skillful use of colour.  These larger but affordable works are ideal for spacious walls in your home or business. At our Early Summer ’17 Group Show, TAG Art Gallery also welcomes vibrant, new floral art by Carol Basciano, Barbara-Jean Lovell and Everist Prokofiev.  For abstract art lovers, new works are featured from Alena Plihal, Vasile Ghiiuta, Brita Housez and Ann Weiler.

Exclusive from TAG Art Gallery: Sale of Prints from the EY Collection TAG Art Gallery is pleased to have been selected to assist EY Canada with the de-accessioning of much of its superb collection of Historical and Contemporary art prints. Viewing of the EY Canada Collection is on-line only. Click http://taghistoricalprints.com to view 85 prints in EY Historical, and http://tagcontemporaryart.com for 115 prints in EY Contemporary. Purchases can be arranged by contacting the Gallery. info@tagartgallery.ca 1.877.682.5072

Niagara College Celebration is a huge success

About 200 people — graduates and their joyful families, faculty, alumni and dignitaries — packed TAG Art Gallery for ‘The Rad Behind Grad’, the 2017 Celebration, Exhibition and Awards Presentation for the Graduates of the Graphic Design Program in the School of Media Studies of the Media, Trades and Technology division of Niagara College on the evening of Apr. 21st. The Exhibition also included projects by students of Art and Design Foundation. Tom and Frank Goldspink of TAG Gallery are pleased to have hosted the event for eight years now, to help celebrate the graduates’ artistic and academic achievements – “the intertwining of the practical, the technical, and the imaginative”. The students held a successful Industry Event in the early afternoon, with an excellent turnout of potential employers. The Gallery welcomed the public to view the exhibition at a Preview on Thursday, Apr. 20th, and at the close of the event late on Saturday, Apr. 22nd. Click Here to view a slide show of the Celebration.

Niagara College Graphic Design Exhibition, 2017

For the 8th year, TAG Art Gallery is pleased to have been selected to host the year-end Exhibition and Graduation Celebration presented by the third-year students of Graphic Design, School of Media Studies, Niagara College. The graduating students’ Exhibition is open for Public Viewing: Thursday, April 20th, Noon to 6 P.M.,and Saturday, April 22nd, 4 P.M. to 7 P.M. TAG Art Gallery welcomes the students and their families and friends, and college personnel and alumni, to celebrate the graduates’ artistic and academic achievements – “the intertwining of the practical, the technical, and the imaginative”. The event also includes a presentation of juried art by students of Art and Design Foundation.

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Early Spring ’17 Group Show

In addition to the excellent art for sale in the Group Show, we offer our clients and guests the following:

Exclusive from TAG Art Gallery: Sale of Prints from the EY Collection
TAG Art Gallery is pleased to have been selected to assist EY Canada with the de-accessioning of much of its superb collection of Historical and Contemporary art prints. Viewing of the EY Canada Collection is on-line only. Click http://taghistoricalprints.com to view 140 prints in EY Historical, and http://tagcontemporaryart.com for 80 prints in EY Contemporary. Purchases can be arranged by contacting the Gallery:
 
 Tom and Frank Goldspink
TAG Art Gallery
905.682.5072 Toll free: 1.877.682.5072
info@tagartgallery.ca

Winter ’17 Group Show Continues Until Mar. 18th

Discovering the warm and welcoming atmosphere of TAG Art Gallery is perfect for an outing on a mid-winter’s day.  The Winter ’17 Group Show boasts wonderful landscapes by Greg Dow,  Robert AmiraultScott White and Brita Housez,  whimsical still lifes by Prudence Smith, and fine works in the traditional styles of Dave Froude and Kapil Harnal. In addition we have excellent work from many other Ontario and Quebec-based artists. And the Gallery offers an outstanding collection of art jewellery; glass and metal art; bronze, soapstone and limestone sculptures; and transfer art. There are also a number of the paintings ideal for larger-than-usual wall spaces.  Niagara artists in the Group Show include Rachel Hélène Amram, Lorenda Harder, MABO, Francie McGlynn, Baxo, and Danny Custodio.
 
Exclusive from TAG Art Gallery: Sale of Prints from the EY Collection
TAG Art Gallery is pleased to have been selected to assist EY Canada with the de-accessioning of much of its superb collection of Historical and Contemporary art prints. Viewing of the EY Canada Collection is on-line only. Click http://taghistoricalprints.com to view 140 prints in EY Historical, and http://tagcontemporaryart.com for 55 prints in EY Contemporary. Purchases can be arranged by contacting the Gallery:
 
 Tom and Frank Goldspink
TAG Art Gallery
905.682.5072 Toll free: 1.877.682.5072
info@tagartgallery.ca

Current Group Show continues to Jan. 14th

We are offering wonderful winter-time scenes from Kapil Harnal, Robert Amirault, Scott White and Brita Housez, and new whimsical still lifes by Prudence Smith. In addition we have excellent work from many other Ontario and Quebec-based artists. For unique gifts, we feature art jewellery; glass and metal art; bronze, soapstone and limestone sculptures; and transfer art. A number of the paintings are ideal for larger-than-usual wall spaces.

Exclusive from TAG Art Gallery: Sale of Prints from the EY Collection
TAG Art Gallery is pleased to have been selected to assist EY Canada with the de-accessioning of much of its superb collection of Historical and Contemporary art prints. Viewing of the EY Canada Collection is on-line only. Click http://taghistoricalprints.com to view 160 prints in EY Historical, and http://tagcontemporaryart.com for 60 prints in EY Contemporary. Purchases can be arranged by contacting the Gallery:

Tom and Frank Goldspink
TAG Art Gallery
905.682.5072 Toll free: 1.877.682.5072
info@tagartgallery.ca

Late Summer/Early Fall ’16 Show to Nov. 12th

TAG Art Gallery marks the arrival of autumn with an excellent selection of affordable art, including colourful representations of the season. The artists include: Robert Amirault, Lorenda Harder, Everist Prokofiev, Manly MacDonald, Greg Dow, Lisa Lambertus, Melody Madden, Gordon Wilson, Larissa Svinoukhova, and Marshal Foster.. We are also pleased to feature new and challenging abstracts from Quebec artist Alena Plihal and Jeff Sloan of Welland; and vibrant photo-transfers on tile by Danny Custodio of St.Catharines. Among the Niagara artists in the Group Show are: Ken Wallace, Catherine Brassard, George Nachkov, Rebecca Montemurro, Beverly Sneath, Francie McGlynn, Rachel Hélène Amram, MABO, Brita Housez, Christopher Peet, and Baxo. Wed. to Sat., 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

Historic Prints of Niagara, Jun. 29th to Aug. 27th

The Exhibition was feattured on Cogeco’s ‘The Source’. Click here to view the broadcast.
 
Niagara’s military history is at the forefront once again, with 2016 being the 150th anniversary of the successful defence of Canada during the Fenian Raids.  TAG Art Gallery’s current exhibition of Historic Prints of Niagara includes this watercolour (done at the time by a Fenian sympathizer) of troops  arriving at Port Dalhousie, on their way to fight the invaders in south Niagara.  The exhibition also features key events of the Rebellion of 1837 in Upper Canada, and of the War of 1812, including the Battle of Lake Erie, and the Battle of Queenston Heights; and original views of Fort George and Fort Niagara.
 
And Gallery visitors will be drawn by a 12-print display tracing the first hundred years of the evolution of illustrations of Niagara Falls, starting with Father Louis Hennepin in 1698.  Significant works include the second-ever engraving (c. 1700) of Niagara Falls, after the artist Sebastian Le Clerc; and an unusual hand-watercoloured version of a 1776 drawing by Swiss-born, English artist Henry Fuseli. Read more.

Spring ’16 Group Show – continues until June 25th

Welcome to the joys of spring at TAG Art Gallery.  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. Don’t miss eye-catching pieces by Bev Alldridge, Larissa Svinoukhova, George Nachkov, Brian Wyers, Everist Prokofiev, Luigia Zilli, Claudette Losier, and Prudence Smith.  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.
 
Tom and Frank Goldspink
TAG Art Gallery
905.682.5072 Toll free: 1.877.682.5072
info@tagartgallery.ca www.tagartgallery.ca