WELCOME BACK TO IN-STORE SHOPPING AT TAG ART GALLERYWe are pleased to be able to assist you in person again ! ! ! ! (With in-store sales resuming, the Gallery is adhering strictly to all provincial, regional and local regulations regarding the COVID-19 health emergency.) (Please click here for the complete details.)
Welcome to Niagara’s Premier Art Destination ! !TAG Art Gallery invites you, as a resident of the Niagara Region or a visitor thereto, to come in and browse our eclectic collection of original Canadian art in our beautiful gallery in downtown St. Catharines, Ontario. At the Gallery, our affordable art collection includes original contemporary art (abstract painting, landscape, floral, still life, photography), sculpture, one-of-a-kind jewellery, fine art (including Manly MacDonald and Barker Fairley) and historical prints of the Niagara Peninsula. The Gallery staff is eager to welcome you and share its knowledge of our artwork and our new artists. Or, if you are so inclined, make your choices online and use the Shop function to complete your purchase. 905.682.5072 1.877.682.5072 firstname.lastname@example.org
HISTORICAL SCENES OF NIAGARA AVAILABLE FROM TAG ART GALLERY
TAG Art Gallery is proud to have an excellent collection of lithographs, drawings, paintings and maps of diverse scenes throughout Niagara, particularly works produced from the mid-18th to the early-20th centuries. The collection is highlighted by historically-significant works showing that natural wonder, “the Falls of Niagara”. Drawings by on-the-spot visitors (from as early as 270 years ago) were in great demand by European (and, later, U.S. and Canadian) publishers to produce coloured illustrations for travel books and journals and for sets of frameable engravings. There are also fascinating depictions of Brock’s Monument at Queenston; views of Niagara-on-the-Lake and Fort Erie; and scenes of the Welland Canals at St. Catharines and Port Dalhousie.
The original artists were well-known visitors or residents in Niagara, including Charles Popple, R. Hancock, W.H. Bartlett, J.P. Cockburn, I.F. Bouchette, G.A. Blouet, Thomas Benecke, Isaac Weld and Fred Holloway. Later works are the aquatint etchings of Nicholas Hornyansky and watercolours by T.H. Wilkinson and Thomas Mower Martin. From this collection, there is a limited number of prints being offered for sale at our on-line store. Please click on the images above to make your selections.
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TAG Art Gallery 214 King Street, St. Catharines ON L2R 3J9
Hours: Wed. to Sat., 12-6pm
(By appointment outside regular hours)
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
at TAG Art Gallery?
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:
-An artist statement & 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.
Canvases unframed and with painted edges are preferred. Please consult the Gallery for further information.
Consignment of Art:
The Gallery provides standard Consignment Agreement forms, with any changes proposed by the Artist to be agreed to beforehand. Click here to view draft Consignment forms.
Tom and Frank Goldspink of TAG Art Gallery were pleased to host more than 175 people on the evening of April 19th, 2018, for the year-end Celebration by the 2018 Graduates of the Niagara College Graphic Design Program in the School of Media Studies. Joyful and proud family and friends of the celebrating students, along with College staff , packed the Gallery for the two-hour event. Each graduate had two large poster-boards on display, featuring a summary of their final thesis, and a portfolio of selected projects from their three years of study. Their artistic and academic achievements proved to be a wonderful intertwining of “the practical, the technical, and the imaginative.” In the afternoon, the Gallery was the locale for an Industry ‘Meet-and-Greet’ where the Graduates and prospective employers mingled for two hours. This is the 9th year that TAG Gallery has hosted Niagara College. ‘Thank you.’ from Tom and Frank to all those who made the event such a success. Below is a slide show of the evening and daytime activities. (Photo credits: @beccaphotography and TAG Art Gallery)