“CELEBRATING CANADIAN ARTISTS”

 

The Gallery on the Lake is “Celebrating Canadian Artists ” with an exceptional season of amazing works in honour of CANADA 150!

The Gallery on the Lake is celebrating its 17th year of operation this year and will be showcasing an incredible line-up of world class art to help Canada celebrate its 150th birthday. We believe that acquiring exceptional art, only available at the Gallery on the Lake is one of the best ways to mark this significant milestone in Canada’s history.

The Gallery on the Lake, one of Canada’s largest retail galleries­, located on the outskirts of Buckhorn village, is noted for its impressive list of changing monthly exhibits and the 2017 season exceeds all expectations. These world class exhibits reinforce the Gallery’s status as a premier destination for Canadian Fine Art collectors.

Voted one of the most beautiful galleries in Ontario by Days Out Ontario, the Gallery on the Lake provides wonderful respite from life’s stresses. The gallery kicks off its 2017 season with an exhibit by renowned landscape painter Lucy Manley, a local artist from Keene, ON. The Manley exhibit opens on April 29th.  The opening reception and meet the artist will be Saturday April 29th from 1-4pm.

Algonquin Magic #2

The opening reception and Meet the Artist is always held on the Opening (first) day of each exhibit in the gallery rotunda. The Gallery on the Lake is located on County Road #36, 3 kms east of Buckhorn.  For more information call The Gallery on the Lake at 657-1108, toll-free 1-888-242-7475 or visit the gallery web site at www.galleryonthelake.com.  Admission is free.

Gallery on the Lake 2017 Exhibit Schedule:

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