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Celebrating several decades in art exhibitions and creativity, Gallery One is a prominent landmark showcasing the works of art by established Canadian and international artists. Besides established names, the gallery also stages the frameworks of young and budding artists. This large exhibition arena mainly houses paintings, prints, sculptures and works from the estate of William Goodridge Roberts. The featured collection includes works by Milton Avery, Brunswick, Stephen Lack, Clay Ellis and Harold Feist. Besides these, Inuit art and African tribal art also intrigue the art-lovers.
In existence since 1962, this gallery ranks as one of the largest in Canada, with three floors of exhibition space devoted to works by Canadian and international artists. The gallery prides itself on being able to satisfy the needs of both first-time buyers and experienced collectors; as well as its ability to match up prospective purchasers with just the right art work. Among the artists represented by the gallery are Paul-Emile Borduas, Alex Colville, Mary Pratt, Jean-Paul Riopelle and the estate of David Milne.
The Heliconian Hall exudes a Victorian charm and a laid-back elegance. This concert hall at the Toronto Heliconian Club boasts of beautiful rose windows, vaulted ceilings and intricately decorated entrances. It can house a decent crowd, and is used for music concerts, dramatics and other performing arts. The grand piano at the hall is truly a delightful sight. Impeccable lighting and flawless acoustics, make any event at the Heliconian Hall a delight to watch. Occasionally, corporate functions are also held here. Call for more information.
Contemporary architecture, an elegant facade and high-tech equipments.; Isabel Bader Theater has it all. Located within University of Toronto, this venue is known to host a mix of varied events, right from concerts to seminars for students. Marvelous acoustics that include special arrangements for the hearing impaired and a seating capacity of around 500, enables this venue to entertain a decently large crowd. Highly adaptable in terms of logistics, this theater proves to be multi-purpose in every sense.
The Annesley Hall takes pride in being the foremost residences that were for women in the entire nation. A part of the Victoria College, this structure is renowned for having differently styled rooms; female pupils also have access to the Tackaberry Library and Music Room.
Located in the Eglinton West Village, Liss Gallery specializes in personal and corporate art, as well as art consulting. Established in 1983, it is in the vanguard when it comes to the promotion of both Canadian and International art. Originally called Affairs of the Art, the gallery boasts an assortment of contemporary fine art, including original paintings, photography, sculpture and limited edition prints. It also offers custom framing, with a large selection of quality frames, as well as delivery and installation of art works.