Welcome to the Art Gallery of Sudbury!
Drop by the Gallery Boutique and you'll enjoy our wonderful selection of pottery, books, jewellery, art and much, much more.
We have autographed copies of Jim and Sue Waddington's book 'In the Footsteps of the Group of Seven' that has received rave reviews since the October book launch at the Gallery.
Canadian Living has recommended the book for Season's Reading - "Fans will drool over the stunning comparisons of paintings with photos of the real-life counterparts"
The Toronto Star - "This splendid book is the result of a 36-year outdoor adventure. The enterprising Waddingtons set out to find and photograph the many vantage points — often accessible only by canoe or on foot — that were painted by the Group of Seven almost a century ago. (How surprising that no one has thought to do this wonderful journey before.) The Waddingtons used a range of sleuthing techniques, including a bounty of archival information from the seven artists themselves and the art historians who have followed.
You may order your book today, at our online boutique, for pick up at the Gallery or to have it mailed to your home.
Thank you for purchasing your book through our Boutique as 100% of our sales will go to the Art Gallery of Sudbury.
The Art Gallery of Sudbury is once again celebrating Northern Ontario artists with two exhibits, Emergence 2014 and the 57th Annual Northern Ontario Arts Association Exhibition.
The Emergence exhibition is composed of works from secondary school students of the Rainbow District School Board, the Sudbury District Catholic School Board, le conseil scolaire du Grand Nord de l'Ontario and le consiel scoliare du Nouvel-Ontario. Emergence was initiated in the 1970’s and has been an annual exhibition since.
This year fourteen secondary schools are participating. This exhibition represents a cross-section of artistic development from grades 9 through 12 in painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography and mixed media. Whether intuitive, expressive or conceptual, these works speak of the process of growth, exploration, maturation and the artistic nurturing of the soul. This exciting exhibition of student artwork is an opportunity for the students to share their vision with family, friends, and the public.
The NOAA exhibit represents 15 member clubs from Northern Ontario with works of art from 40 artists including Bonnie Brouzes, Elizabeth Holmes and Paulette Stewart of the Sudbury Art Club; Kerry Mitchell of the Walden Art Club; Sue Lampinen of the Walden Association of Fine Arts; Christie Best-Pearson and Beth Bouffard of the the Manitoulin Fine Arts Association.
This exhibition travels over a twelve-month period to galleries throughout the north, showcasing works juried from the submissions of over 200 of its members. The NOAA is an arts organization formed in 1949 with a specific goal of furthering art education within northern communities and to promote the appreciation of artists’ original artwork.
The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John Street. The Gallery is open Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.