E X H I B I T I O N S: 2012


Cover by L. Mustard & Gretchen Roedde ~ Click to enlarge

Thank you to Dr. Roedde, who generously donated copies of her book, A Doctor's Quest, published by Dundern Press,to our Tastes &Treasures of Temiskaming Fundraising Auction. All proceeds went to TAG.

The cover painting "Madonna and Child" is by Linda Mustard and Gretchen Roedde, also a fundraiser for TAG. The The book is in its second printing, and has been profiled in both the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star.



Peter Sibbald: Elegy for a Stolen Land ~ Photographs

Teodoro Dragonieri: Carnival - the Spirit and the Soul


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Let's Face It: Community Exhibition (mixed media)

16 December 2011 - 27 January 2012
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Art Auction Poster 2012

Tastes and Treasures of Temiskaming Was a grand success!
Thanks to all!
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The Permanent Collection

Come and view a great selection of 29 artworks curated from our collection of some choice 200 works.

All artworks may be viewed on this website along with the artists' biographies. It truly is a remarkable collection reflecting some prudent jurors. Click here!

Of course nothing beats seeing the real thing, but you know this, don't you!

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Earth Series and Water Exhibition

Artists:  Jim Riley and Bruce Cull


October 19 to November 30 2012

Opening Friday October 19, 2012




Linda Mustard & Shirley Howard: New Paintings

September 7 - October 12, 2012




Caged Works: David Carlin & Lionel Venne

 Caged Works presents a new and contemporary way of looking at landscape. 


Junior Artists' Colony 2012


Spring Pulse Poetry Fest


Thank you, poets and participants of the Spring Pulse Poetry Fesitval, for visiting our gallery!  We know you enjoyed Karl Chevrier's exhibition.

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Karl Chevrier


May 4 to June 8 2012

Karl Chevrier is an Algonquin artist from Timiskaming First Nation, Notre Dame du Nord, Quebec. This new exhibition featured both sculpture and painting and centred on a full-size, hand-made canoe surrounded by paintings using natural forest materials. Central to Karl Chevrier's work always is respect for the land and a deep reverence for the heritage of the Algonquin people.



Hap Wilson: Photographs and Drawings


"Temagami" Print by Hap Wilson

March 23 to April 27 2012

Hap Wilson is an artist, photographer, author, guide and environmentalist who believes that harmonic bliss is a double shot of single malt in a hot chocolate, a dry pair of wool socks, a rapid, or a wicked tail wind. He says he interminably escapes responsibility by propping himself in a canoe or on a pair of snowshoes and sets off for points unknown.
To read more on Hap Wilson go to our biography section AND click here.



NOAA 55th Annual Juried Show

Jan Browning "Hitchen Hill Farm" Acrylic

Dec. 16, 2011 to Jan. 27, 2012

The 55th exhibition of the Northern Ontario Art Asociation (NOAA)
featured 40 works in a wide variety of media selected from some 240 entries by artists in north-east Ontario.



Brigitte Bere Woman in Transition


Two Figures 2011 Ceramic

Sept. 23 to Oct. 28, 2012 

Brigitte Bere makes paintings and ceramic works that explore the situation of women in our society.

It is rare to find one gifted in both painting and ceramic works who has such a command of colour in both mediums.

Birgitte Bere was selected as instructor for Cobalt Artists' Colony in 2012.