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Group of Seven pieces join Art Gallery of Sudbury

Click here to see and hear about these original paintings. 

 From the left: “Untitled” Franklin Carmichael, “Streamside Brooke, 1916” Arthur Lismer and a portrait of Franklin Carmichael, Fred S. Haines Karen Tait-Peacock (Director) , Josée Forest-Niesing (Board Vice Chair), Carol Rumball-Lesar (Board Member), and Tom Smart (Deputy Director, Curator)

                       From the left: “Untitled” Franklin Carmichael, “Streamside Brooke, 1916” Arthur Lismer and a portrait of Franklin Carmichael, Fred S. Haines
                                          Karen Tait-Peacock (Director) , Josée Forest-Niesing (Board Vice Chair), Carol Rumball-Lesar (Board Member), and Tom Smart (Deputy Director, Curator) 
 
Three untitled painting by Franklin Carmichael.
Josée Forest-Niesing (Board Vice Chair), Carol Rumball-Lesar (Board Member), Tom Smart (Deputy Director, Curator) and Karen Tait-Peacock (Director)       

About Festival of the Seven - 2014

The Art Gallery of Sudbury (AGS) presented the first summer long ‘Festival of the Seven’ to celebrate Franklin Carmichael and the Group of Seven’s importance to the Sudbury, Killarney and La Cloche areas in 2013. The festival featured special exhibitions, interactive excursions, musical performances, art, film, education workshops and the launch of the Waddington’s book ‘In the Footsteps of the Group of Seven’. The Festival of the Seven highlighted the significant impact the Sudbury, Killarney and La Cloche areas had on Franklin Carmichael , A.Y. Jackson, The Group of Seven and their contemporaries.

This new annual summer festival will enhance tourism offerings and provide significant economic benefits for the city through spending by the AGS and its partners and by their local and tourism visitors. The AGS invites Sudbury and area art groups, tourism partners and the business community to participate in this yearly celebration of local and Canadian art inspired by Franklin Carmichael and the Group of Seven.

”Franklin Carmichael was inspired by and celebrated the unique landscape and culture of Sudbury and district basin. We envision, as part of AGS’s initiative of renewal to create an exciting, sustainable art gallery, and launching Festival of the Seven is part of this, as it serves to celebrate this special part of Northern Ontario and its art.” - Karen Tait Peacock, AGS Director

We are now planning for 2014 and activities will be added so stay tuned online, on our Facebook page, or by calling the Gallery 705.675.4871.

If you are in the Sudbury, La Cloche, Manitoulin or Killarney area and have a Group of 7 inspired event give us a call at 705.675.4871. 

Click here for some of our 2014 events.