terrain - group landscape exhibition

June 9 - 16, 2018
shane norrie •73 albert street, stratford 

Paintings by Carol Finkbeiner Thomas, Peter Fischer, Pat Gibson, Craig Guthrie, Julie Himel, Jamie Jardine, Shane Norrie, Victoria Pearce and sculptures by Mary Philpott

'common ground' - an exhibition of landscape paintings by Shane Norrie

Exhibition Dates:  Saturday, March 3, 2018 10 am - 5 pm
                           Sunday, March 4, 2018 11 am - 4 pm

After almost two years of the gallery being open and producing many solo and group shows, we thought it was time to have a solo exhibition of Shane's landscapes.  Shane has been busy painting landscapes this winter to produce the show, 'common ground' for the final exhibition at 61 Albert Street, home to the Shane Norrie Contemporary gallery.

Thank you to all of you for your support of the gallery, and now we're thrilled to announce that in April 2018 we will be moving to a new location at 73 Albert Street, Stratford, just east of our present location.  We will keep you posted as to the opening day of the the new, bigger, brighter and better space on the corner of Waterloo and Albert.

Exhibition opens at 10 am at 61 Albert Street, Stratford on Saturday, March 3, 2018


Come and join us for our September 9, 2017 exhibition, 'storytellers' with Tony Clennell's ceramics,  Shane Norrie's paintings  and Mary Philpott's sculptures. Artists will be present from 12-2pm on Saturday.  The gallery will be open from 10-5 pm. 

cause & effect - an exhibition of 3 artists who embrace action/reaction

Opening Celebration: Saturday, April 8 from 7 - 9 pm

Exhibition continues April 8-22, 2017

An exhibition of three artists, Greg Benz, Michelle Mendlowitz and George Whitney.  These artists all work in mediums that allow some control in terms of colour and shape, but rely on the action/reaction of their materials to the process for the final outcome.

groundwork - an exhibition celebrating our clay artists

Opening Celebration: Saturday March 11 from 7 - 9 pm

Exhibition continues March 11-25, 2017

We are very proud to represent amazing Canadian ceramic artists in the gallery, many of whom have been working with clay for decades.  This exhibition celebrates the extraordinary talents of every one of them and will also introduce ceramic artists that are new to the gallery.