blank10x10.jpgJunior Artists' Colony 2010

Junior Artists Colony posterClick to link to the larger poster.


The Temiskaming Art Gallery is now completing registration for the 2010 Junior Artists Colony summer arts camp for kids. The program runs from Monday August 16th- Friday August 20th, 9:00am- 12:00noon. 

To register please drop by the Gallery to request a registration form, or request one by email. Please return the forms to the Temiskaming Art Gallery with registration fee as soon as possible as the program is filling up quickly.  Cost of registration: $75 non-member $65 member

2010 Garden Tour

The Temiskaming Art Gallery hosted their annual garden tour in July featuring some of the most beautiful garden attractions in the Temiskaming area! Traditionally there are at least 9 gardens in total and over 150 visitors. As an added feature for this year's garden tour, TAG approached local florists and nurseries to design floral arrangements inspired by the artwork in the current art exhibition. During the garden tour, there are stunning floral arrangements on display in the gallery space.

We wish to thank the participating florists and garden specialists: Petals // Ambers // Aidee Creek Gardens // Kara's Touch // Amber's Florists // and, St. Cyr Florals.


Exhibition of Creative Needlework

November 1, 2010 to December 10, 2010

Marie Black (Englehart, Ont) "Clear Cut" 

Threadworks is a show of 49 sewn artworks from across Canada. Some pieces draw their inspiration directly from trees seen by the artists as close as their own back yards. Others take a more humourous or whimsical approach.

A signifigant number of these works combine intense beauty of technique with a moving examination of our relationship with trees and our troubling relationship with nature.







Diane Green, Myra McCarthy

and Susan Mancantelli

September 17, 2010 to October 22, 2010

Diane Green, Myra McCarthy and Susan Mancantelli have been painting together and admiring each others landscape paintings for many years. This exhibition brings these three friends together to show works that "Give the people of Temiskaming three visions of the beauty that surrounds us".