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Opened in 2006, Gurevich Fine Art is a fabulous place for art connoisseurs. Divided into four different spaces, this beautiful gallery showcases stunning contemporary and fine artworks from reputed as well as emerging artists from all across the globe. Besides permanent exhibits, they also highlight the works of valuable art estates. This esteemed gallery also offers consultation, framing and appraisal services if required. Some of the popular artists represented by the gallery are Marie Doris Valois, Kae Sasaki, Robert Bruce and Eva Stubbs.
Established in 1979, Warehouse Artworks is among the esteemed art galleries in town. Showcasing Canadian and local artists, the gallery has displays of contemporary works, abstracts, paintings and photographs fascinating. They are also known for their customized picture framing. Get your artwork framed in innovative ways that will add to the beauty of your prized possession.
Established in 1972, Loch Gallery showcases fine art that is relevant both in a historic and cultural sense. The finest historical works of European and Canadian artists from 1800 to 2000 are exhibited here regularly. In addition, it also curates the works of select contemporary artists. In the fine art section, this gallery has exhibited art by Henry Eric Bergman, William Henry Clapp, Maurice Utrillo, Vincent Van Gogh and Eugene Boudin among other international legends. It has also represented contemporary artists Sheila McGraw and Valerie Palmer among other upcoming stars. Due to this blend of historic and modern art, visitors can view diverse art styles and genres ranging from impressionism to children's illustrations, old waterscapes to modern sculptural clocks.
Showcasing local art works, Pavilion Gallery Museum is located in the historical Assiniboine Park Pavilion building, nestled within the park of the same name. The pavilion was constructed in 1930; following an extensive renovation in 1998, a restaurant and this art gallery opened its doors to visitors. Pavilion Gallery Museum is home to the greatest set of creations by three artists from Manitoba: Walter J. Phillips, Ivan Eyre and Clarence Tillenius. Visitors can peruse thought-provoking contemporary art, pleasant landscapes, beautiful portraits and more.