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Current Exhibition


Graphic Chats is a large series of collaged mix media drawings and paintings which mimic the ubiquitous wireless world of internet chats, browsing, tweeting and information seeking, packaged in the style of a graphic novel. The sheer volume of material "out there" conjured up an array of visually stimulating pictograms, which , although unrelated, can spin into imaginative short stories.

I travel through a wide range of random, often symbolic images inspired by current events and situations. The collective arrangement of each panel reads like quick little conversations that constantly bombard us on all levels of our media interactions. This form of brain congestion has turned into little visual vignettes of everything and nothing.

These Graphic Chats, started in 2017, start out as little paintings, with painted of stenciled images on various papers and assembled and adhered to a wood surface. The process is both spontaneous and calculated; the composition reveals itself gradually while the images are secured to the board surface. The work combined representational images with abstract markings, a recognizable characteristic throughout my work

Visit this exhibition in person, or click here to view this exhibition virtually.


Upcoming Exhibitions

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Past Exhibitions



Recent Acquisitions

March 21nd to April 1st 2022

As we welcome the Recent Acquisitions exhibition, we take a look back onto the last decade of acquisitions into the Temiskaming Art Galleries Permanent Collection. With this exhibition we are highlighting 10 years of stunning artworks we have welcomed into our collection, by many incredibly talented northeastern Ontario artists. Visit this exhibition in person, or click here to view this exhibition virtually.

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A Concerto in Three Parts: //
An concerto en trois parties:

Elaschuk, Knight & Venne

August 22nd to October 1st, 2021

This exhibition presents the viewer with a blend of styles and media. Working with abstract forms, the tapestries, paintings, and sculptures continuously offer the viewer new details to take in and new interpretations to extract from the colourful shapes. Beyond their shared creation energy-charged abstract artworks, Elaschuk, Knight, and Venne represent a microcosm of artistic community; they support, influence, and challenge each other both through their art and in their relationships.



Faye & Deb Digulla
Home and Other Findings // Ce qu'on peut retrouver chez soi

22 February – 6 August  2021

‘Home and Other Findings’ includes compelling works in both collage and mixed media that explore the private realm of ‘the home’,  with works like Grandma's Sewing Basket,  Our Town,  and Lockdown. These often intimate works share memories, glimpsing into the lives of the artists and their families. Coming out of a 'stay at home' order amidst a global pandemic  ‘Home and Other Findings’ is a refreshing experience. It’s timely subjects and delicate execution send the viewer into a reflective and thankful state of mind, the perfect dose of art therapy for our recovering and resilient souls. 


Check out this album of Debi Digulla’s fabric book "Threads..." here:

And an exhibition walkthrough here:

« Ce qu'on peut retrouver chez soi » comprend des œuvres fascinantes, sous forme de collages et de médias mixtes, qui explorent le domaine privé de la "maison", avec des œuvres comme Grandma's Sewing Basket, Our Town et Lockdown. Ces œuvres souvent intimes partagent des souvenirs, donnant un aperçu de la vie des artistes et de leurs familles. Inspiré par un « confinement à la maison" au milieu d'une pandémie mondiale, « Ce qu'on peut retrouver chez soi », est une expérience rafraîchissante. L’exécution délicate de ces sujets opportuns suscitent chez le spectateur un état de réflexion et d'appréciation, la dose parfaite de thérapie artistique pour nos âmes résiliantes  en voie de guérison. 


Regardez cet album du livre de tissus « Threads... » de Debi Digulla ici :

Nous vous invitons à regarder notre visite virtuelle de la galerie :

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Faye and Debi Digulla Home and Other Fin


Art from the Forest Floor//Nopiming Ojichigan Mochisag//l'Art du tapis forestir

November 18 - December 24 2020


Art from the Forest Floor | l’Art du tapis forestier | Nopiming Ojichigan Mochisag is a collaborative arts education project exploring climate change through visual and literary arts. Northern Ontario artists Taman Bradette, Felicity Buckell, and Brit Griffin worked with students from St Patrick School Cobalt, ÉSC Sainte-Marie, and Kiwetin Kikinamading.

Funding for this project was provided by the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario Northern Arts Program, as well as local support from the Rotary Club of Temiskaming Shores and Area, Cobalt Legion, the The Corporation of the City of Temiskaming Shores, and The Temiskaming Foundation.

The gallery show at TAG is the finale stage of the project and showcases some of the student work produced over the past year. To see more behind the scenes visit the Art from the Forest Floor Facebook page.

We invite you to watch our virtual gallery tour! Pause the video to read the artist's synopsis. Please don't forget to sign our virtual guest book. Thank you.


Art from the Forest Floor | l'Art du tapis forestier | Nopiming Ojichigan Mochisag est un projet éducatif artistique collaboratif qui explore le changement climatique à travers les arts visuels et littéraires. Taman Bradette, artiste du nord de l'Ontario,
Felicity Buckell, et Brit Griffin, qui ont travaillé avec les élèves de l'école St Patrick de Cobalt, de l'ÉSC Sainte-Marie et de Kiwetin Kikinamading.

Le financement de ce projet a été assuré par le Conseil des arts de l'Ontario - Programme des arts du Nord du Conseil des arts de l'Ontario, ainsi que le soutien local du Rotary Club of Temiskaming Shores and Area, de la Légion de Cobalt, de la Corporation de la ville de Temiskaming Shores et de la Fondation Temiskaming.

L'exposition de la galerie au GAT est la dernière étape du projet et présente une partie des travaux des étudiants réalisés au cours de l'année écoulée. Pour en savoir plus sur les coulisses, visitez la page Facebook "Art from the Forest Floor".

Nous vous invitons à regarder notre visite virtuelle de la galerie ! Mettez la vidéo en pause pour lire le synopsis de l'artiste. N'oubliez pas de signer notre livre d'or virtuel. Merci.


Group of Seven in Temiskaming: Reflections After 100 Years

September 28 - November 6 2020

Watch our virtual Gallery tour! To read the artist's synopsis, scroll down to the carousel album below and click on the image. And please don't forget to sign our virtual guest book. Thank you.


Expérimentez notre visite virtuelle de la galerie ! Pour lire le synopsis de l'artiste, faites défiler la page jusqu'à l'album du carrousel ci-dessous et cliquez sur l'image. Et n'oubliez pas de signer notre livre d'or virtuel. Merci.

Download the brochure here.  Téléchargez la brochure ici.

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, the Temiskaming Art Gallery invited artists of Northern Ontario (as defined by the NOAA) and NorthWestern Quebec to submit their own interpretations of Canadian identity. The Group of Seven was highly successful in presenting a unified image of Canadian identity rooted in the motif of the untamed North. TAG acknowledges that this identity was rooted within a singular viewpoint, and we feel that now it is time to diversify our conception of what it means to be Canadian, especially in the north.

To learn more about the accompanying self guided driving tour visit Lake Temiskaming Tour website by clicking here and select the Group of Seven in Temiskaming tab.

Pour en savoir plus sur la visite autoguidée en voiture, visitez le site Web Lake Temiskaming Tour en cliquant ici et sélectionnez l'onglet Groupe des sept au Temiskaming.

Original Group of Seven Artworks

Pour célébrer le 100e anniversaire de la première exposition du Groupe des Sept, la Galerie d'art du Temiskaming a invité des artistes du nord de l'Ontario (tel que défini par la NOAA) et du nord-ouest du Québec à soumettre leurs propres interprétations de l'identité canadienne. Le Groupe des Sept a remporté un vif succès en présentant une image unifiée de l'identité canadienne enracinée dans le motif du Nord indompté. Le GAT reconnaît que cette identité était ancrée dans un point de vue singulier, et nous pensons qu'il est temps maintenant de diversifier notre conception de ce que signifie être Canadien, en particulier dans le Nord.

Artist Interpretations of Canadian Identity

Click the image to enlarge and to read the artist synopses for each work.