Our gallery market shop features unique local, handmade and eco-friendly items for home and gifting. The shop is always transforming and adding new products! Right now, the shop features artisan designed crafted home decor, hand made home & beauty products & jewelery and sustainable / eco-friendly items and gifts. To compliment our current exhibition, we also have a selection of well-priced original prints and handmade cards. The gallery artisan shop is open 6 days a week all summer long!
Come see what is fresh, new and creative!
The Elora en Plein Air festival is coming soon! Artists and visitors are welcome to participate or observe this wonderful weekend event (May 16 – 19). The weekend wraps up with a Show & Sale at the Elora Centre for the Arts on Sunday May 19 from 1-5PM. For more information visit http://www.elorapleinair.ca
The Elora Centre for the Arts considers submissions from artists and curators for solo and group exhibitions. We accept proposals from emerging and established artists working in all styles and mediums and across disciplines.
To submit your work for consideration, please include the following information:
The Elora Centre for the Arts is honoured to feature a sample of work from all participating Studio Tour artists in the Minarovich gallery during the studio tour. Start your tour at the Centre and plan your route from there, using the self-guided map provided. This is a great opportunity to go behind the scenes and visit the studios of working artists in our community. The 2019 Studio Tour exhibition in the Minarovich gallery will kick off with an Opening Reception on Friday September 19 from 7 – 9 PM and then be open 6 days a week until October 6th. Please check our home page for gallery hours. Please note that the Elora Fergus Studio tour runs on two weekends ONLY: September 28-29 and October 5-6, 2019.
For artist and studio tour information please click here.
You are invited to this satellite studio show featuring local artist Tim Murton in the Harris gallery. The exhibition will feature some of Tim’s fresh and bright oil paintings from his new collection. Tim Murton’s painting style ranges from impressionism to photo-realism, but his work is always inspired by the qualities of light.
About the Artist
Tim spent over 18 years in the Toronto film industry, accumulating scenic art credits on more than 40 feature films in Canada, US, England and New Zealand. He is now living his life’s ambition as an independent fine artist. Tim’s paintings have been exhibited at Toronto’s Harbour front Gallery, Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, The Harbinger Gallery, MacDonald Stewart Guelph, Art Gallery of Windsor, Karger Gallery, Elora Centre for the Arts and Chimaera Gallery, UK among others. His work is in many private collections throughout Canada, England, Europe and the U.S
October 10 – November 17, 2019
Could it be that we’ve been conditioned to live unnatural lives?….Like boiled eggs?
Social commentary. Satire. Dark humour. Disconnection. Isolation. Abuse. Depression. Greed. Anxiety. Dystopia. Enslavement. Conflict.
The Minarovich gallery at the Elora Centre for the Arts is open 6 days a week. Admission is free. This exhibition is part of the Monster Month celebrations in Elora and Fergus during the month of October.
Opening reception is Thursday October 10th from 7-9PM
Tim Murton’s paintings have been exhibited at Toronto’s Harbour Front Gallery, Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, The Harbinger Gallery, MacDonald Stewart Gallery in Guelph, Art Gallery of Windsor, Karger Gallery, Elora Centre for the Arts and Chimaera Gallery in the UK, among others. His word is in many private collections throughout Canada, England, Europe and the USA.
Toronto-based artist James Ridyard uses images of Elora and its iconic surrounds as aides-mémoire to produce richly layered, atmospheric landscapes at once familiar and foreign. Curator Micaela Campbell
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