Enjoy a self-guided art tour through the village of Elora, Ontario. Take the opportunity to explore and experience the richness of visual art and culture in our community. We have a variety of public and private galleries, outdoor sculpture projects and public art displays. The Elora Centre for the Arts is the best place to start your tour where visitors are able to see current gallery exhibitions! Here are some other wonderful spaces to experience art in Elora:
Elora Centre for the Arts
Exhibitions, Adult & youth workshops, Special events, Studios.
Open Tue-Sat 10 to 5, Sun 12 to 4
Note: call ahead at (519) 846-9698 to check if the Gallery is open.
An eclectic mix of modern ethically sourced and crafted furniture, original art, Canadian and European designer clothing, jewellery and more.
Open seven days a week, 11 to 6 pm
Phone: 519-846-2921 email: email@example.com
A jewellery studio specializing in repurposing YOUR GOLD and diamonds. We also create alternative Engagement and Wedding bands.
Open Friday and Saturday 10 to 5 pm
Featuring hand-crafted metal art and wood furniture by owners Heather and John, along with a broad range of craft from over sixty North American artisans.
Open May to December daily 10 to 6 pm, January to April Thursday through Monday, 10 to 6pm.
Antiques, vintage finds, locally handmade goods, and repurposed home decor. Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and other DIY materials. Offering fun workshops weekly!
Open Summer Mon to Fri 11 to 5 pm, Sat & Sun 10 to 5 pm
Images Studio Gallery
Marquetry is an ancient art form of creating images in wood using the tones, textures and colours of different species.
Open Thu to Sun, 12 to 5pm, and by a phone call other days.
Over thirty years making really great windows, décor, jewellery and functional art – right here in Elora.
Open Mon to Sat, 10 to 5 pm, Sun 11 to 5 pm
Rio Bravo Iron Works
David Cross employs traditional blacksmith techniques, ancient methods of casting and modern fabrication to create both functional and artistic metal works.
Open Mon to Fri, 10 to 5 pm, Saturday and Sunday by chance or by appointment.
Specializes in vintage inspired giftware & home decor. Retailer of Dash & Albert rugs, Fushion Mineral Paint, FAT Chalk Based Paint, Miss Mustard Seed’s and Homestead House Milk Paint. Paint classes and on-site custom work.
Open daily, 10 to 5pm.
Welcome to the colourful world of Kreso’s paintings at the Gallery Studio Vernissage. Representation in Hong Kong, Mexico and in beautiful Elora…
Open seven days a week, 11 to 6 pm
A studio/showroom gallery/home for owner Staci Barron who offers semi-private classes as well as mug painting workshops for groups. Custom orders welcome.
Open: Call/text 519-846-0586/ or by chance.
Ancient Ways Native Arts
Ancient Ways is home to original art, crafts, music, clothing, and artifacts of the Algonquin and Iroquois nations. Experience the friendly atmosphere of a gallery and gift shop featuring well-known artists and exceptional artcrafts of the local nations.
Located across the street from #11 at 30 Church St. W.
Open Sat and Sun 1 to 5 pm
Ron Weilers’ rare stackwall studio adds the perfect must see backdrop for his one of a kind handcrafted wood items — bowls, cutting boards, vases, tables etc.
Open Fri to Sun 1 to 5 pm.
6498 Wellington Rd. 7
Phone: 519-846-2044 (please phone ahead)
Blown Away Glass Studio
Since 1999, creating the highest quality custom art glass pieces, jewellery and glass blowing workshops.
Open Tue to Fri 10 to 6 pm, Sat and Sun 10 to 5 pm
The Queen’s Fancy . Creative . Artistry
(formerly Old Soul ReSale Furniture & Art)
Featuring “Old Soul Originals” – contemporary metal and wood furnishings,
local artistry and artisans, home accents, mid-century to modern furnishings
Elora Sculpture Project
The Elora Sculpture Project is an outdoor exhibition running from May to October in the downtown BIA (Business Improvement Assoc.) area. An information plaque is presented with each piece and a separate walking tour flyer is available.
An outdoor installation on the side of the Elora Post Office building is the simple story of a letter written, sent and received, in three separate panels. The work, proposed by local artist Marilyn Koop was commissioned by the Post Office in the late 1990’s. Restored in 2013 by the Elora Arts Council as a memorial to Marilyn.
The Elora Portfolio, installed in the tourism office, was created by local artist Beverley Cairns. A.J. Casson, one of the Group of Seven, spent time in Elora from 1929 to 1931 creating a series of watercolours known as the “Elora Portfolio”. He referred to Elora as Ontario’s “most beautiful village”.
The Tall Man
This finger pointer created by Scott McNichol, actually titled “Who’s in Charge”, moved into the Elora Greenspace in 2012 to become of the most photographed art features of Elora.
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