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Quite simply this Gallery has some of the best Canadian art you will find anywhere. We were greeted by the curator herself. Enjoyed every piece we saw. In awe of the Collection of Tom Thomson works here. No admission - just voluntary donation. Well worth...More
I was entranced by the jewel tones of some of the pieces, and I enjoyed seeing works I hadn't seen before. Loved learning about the mysterious life of Tom Thompson. The sculptures were magnificent. The temporary exhibit, Tim Whiten's "Mindful", was macabre but original, due...More
Being the kind of person who appreciates art in small quantities, this gallery was the perfect size for me. I appreciated their impressive collection of Tom Thomson... always best viewed from a distance. And though it wasn’t to my taste, I also appreciated the diversity...More
This museum is by donation only, and contains many pieces by Tom Thomson. Many find the gallery a bit confusing with how everything is organized, but is a pleasant way to spend an good chunk of an afternoon exploring (and discovering new artists). More pressure...More
Too bad this valuable Canadian collection is preserved at this relatively small municipally-owned facility - a plan to expand didn't receive much community support. Still, worth the visit for the collection and the rotating exhibits...
I enjoy the work of Tom Thomson so I was excited to check out this are gallery. Sadly, his work was all mixed in with other artist's work and when you added up the amount of pieces that were actually Tom Thomson's there were very...More
Tom's heirlooms loom large as his family donated his childhood treasures, photos and relics of his early life. Lucky for me his infamous "THE WEST WIND" of Georgian Bay was on loan from the Art Gallery of Toronto. A quaint little museum worth the drive...More
Until planning our trip to Ontario the work of Canadian artists had passed us by. On hearing of the Group of Seven, we wanted to know more. It was excellent to find our first gallery would be one of their inspirations, and we were very...More