Below lists the galleries in Amherstburg.
| Gibson Gallery
A full season of exhibits by local artists, arts and crafts lessons for children and adults, three needle art guilds make this 112 year old building a vital center for the visual arts. Our designated historic building is renovated to its original glory and the attached Caboose museum highlights local railroad history.
For hours of operation, contact the Gibson Gallery at 519-736-2826 or visit http://www.gibsonartgallery.com/
140 Richmond Street Amherstburg Canada N9V 1G4
|General Amherst Murals|
Nine large outdoor panels, created in 1964 - 1967 and restored for the 2012 Bicentennial of the War of 1812.
A rare art form of granolux, each panel depicts a story or life in the 1800's. Riveting in size and composition! Not to be missed. Bring your camera!
For information, please call the Amherstburg Tourism Office at 519-730-1309.
Located on the back wall of General Amherst High School at 130 Sandwich, Amherstburg, Ontario, N9V 1Z8
The Mudpuppy Gallery is an artists' co-operative with the aim of fostering art and creativity in Amherstburg. The co-operative consists of six member artists and two collaborators, and a number of volunteers who may also be artists, or those who wish to support the arts. Exhibits change monthly and a wide variety of medium and artists are welcomed, so there is always something new to enjoy. The Mudpuppy Gallery looks forward to welcoming you this summer. A full calendar of creative and beautiful shows are planned. The gallery and receptions are free to enjoy. Artwork is available to purchase. Original art by local artists - what a wonderful souvenir of Amherstburg.
For hours of operation, contact the Mudpuppy Gallery at 519-890-6421 or visit www.mudpuppygallery.webs.com.
|Studio Gallery of Elio Del Col|
Featuring original works of art in a heritage setting. Oil paintings, watercolours, sculpture, engravings, woodcuts, linocuts, collographs and graphites are available for public viewing in an informal studio atmosphere.
For hours of operation, call 519-736-0063.
256 Dalhousie St