Aggie McCormack
January 9 – January 26, 2018
agnes McCormack #1 30-X30- acrylic on canvas 2017 500$
Aggie McCormack is currently completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art at the University of Guelph.
She has exhibited her work at a number of galleries and competitions in Ontario including Boarding House Gallery, Owen Sound Celebrates: The Banner Project, The Schomberg Village Street Gallery Juried Art Show, and River Gallery, Guelph.

Join us for the Opening Reception on January 18 from 7pm-9pm, with an artist’s talk at 7:30pm.

Dianne McCrimmon & Dixi le Roux
March 23 – April 19, 2018 

12x12 Acrylic Abstract 4 $150

 Living in downtown Guelph, Diane works mostly in acrylics with some mixed media. Her work has been featured in juried art shows such as Insights Art Show 2016 & 2015 as well as Wellington Artists Gallery 2015 & 2014. Diane attended Sheridan College for art fundamentals and graphic design.

Painting in an impressionist style, photo 1Dixi lets the paint and image guide her work, she enjoys exploring the possibilities and challenges of different mediums. Dixi was born into a family of artists and has been painting and drawing for as long as she can remember. However, life happened and it is only now in retirement that she has found the time and freedom to fulfil her passion for painting.

Join us for the Opening Reception on March 23 from 7pm-9pm.


Erik van Miltenburg
April 27 – May 18, 2018

6- Mandala - Shopping for Waste-1Erik, as a furniture design/maker, began the work by apprenticing with a European master cabinetmaker, and continues to be influenced by the Dutch design movement “de Stijl”. He was born in den Haag, Holland, and grew up in a multilingual household in about 18 locations in Quebec and Ontario, Canada. His furniture work is in daily use in Ireland, Greece, the United States, and Canada. All the craft “Playroom” pieces are made from diverted landfill, with the exception of necessary adhesives and the occasional use of hardboard or other backing materials. These ’Sunday afternoon’ diversions are generally themed by current issues which bug the maker, and the donations can perhaps reflect possible solution-providing organizations.

Join us for the opening reception on April 27 from 7pm – 9pm

Sona J. Mincoff                                                                                    May 25 – June 14, 2018

BuriedSona is a visual artist based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada exhibiting work for the past thirty years. Her self-taught technique is expressed through the media of oil paint and dry

pastels. She has a keen interest in spiritual and visionary encounters with landscape and aims to reveal the mystery of the land. Sona has had solo and collaborative exhibitions from 1984 to the present in Guelph at Renaan Isaacs Contemporary Art Gallery, Ed Video Media Arts Centre, The Kloepfer Gallery, in addition to the Flesherton Art Gallery and Elizabeth’s Art Gallery in Goderich. She has also been an artist in residence in Alkmaar, Netherlands (2007) as well as in Guelph (2002), and has been funded by the Ontario Arts Council (2012, 2013, 2016).

Sona’s aim is to further explore a way to find the underlying beauty in the seemingly mundane world and to develop a deeper connection to the otherworldly aspects of what surrounds us.

Join us for the opening reception on May 25 from 7-9pm.

Scott Drew
June 22 – July 21, 2018
Drew_Purple Dress_2016_20x20_oil on canvas
Scott’s on an expedition to capture the elusive and volatile Morning Music… or at least, it’s hands.  It’s many, varied, clever hands.