Turners of Little Current

Turners of Little Current

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Turners of Little Current

Turners Store, in the heart of Little Current’s unique waterfront downtown area, has been filling the needs of local people and visitors for 140 years. Its upstairs art gallery is a relatively new addition to this historic family business but the many pieces, mostly paintings, on display and for sale are well chosen and representative of the talented artists who derive their inspiration from Manitoulin Island and the North Channel. Adjacent to the museum is a private museum, open to the public, where the Turner family artifacts, documents and photos demonstrate the history and early days of the Port of Little Current. Open daily in July and August (Sunday hours are 11 am to 3 pm.) Closed Sundays the rest of the year. 

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Ten Mile Point Trading Post

Ten Mile Point Trading Post

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Ten Mile Point Trading Post

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Neon Raven Art Gallery

Neon Raven Art Gallery

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Neon Raven Art Gallery

This unique gallery is located in the heart of M’Chigeeng at 53 Corbiere Road. It’s unique because of its construction: adobe bricks made by the owners from locally sourced clay, just like the large home adjacent. It is also unique because of the art (paintings, prints and sculpture) from three members of the Beam family: Ann, Anong and the late Carl. Some of the artwork is monumental; all of it makes you think. Ann Beam is a charming host and guide with a story to go with every piece. A visit to Neon Raven is a memorable experience. 53 Corbiere Road, M’Chigeeng, Ontario. Telephone 705-377-6088.

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Lillian’s Crafts

Lillian's Crafts

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Lillian's Crafts

A big room is arrayed from floor to ceiling in unique pieces of local Anishinaabe art dating back to the 1940s: rare ash baskets woven with consummate dexterity and intricate quill boxes with lifelike animals and plants tufted in quills by artists Anne Pangowish, Rose Williams, Josette Debassige, Mildred and Melanie Aguonie and many others whose work is preserved here for posterity.

The distinctive and highly collectable paintings of Wiikwemkoong artist Leland Bell line the back wall; ceramic bowls, beaded hide moccasins with fur trim and skillful carvings of antler and bone, going back many decades, line glass cases. Lillian’s collection is far reaching but intimate, inviting viewers to appreciate the age-old techniques, materials and designs used in the creation of these cultural treasures.

Lillian’s Museum: 5950 Hwy. 540, M’Chigeeng, Tel.: 705-377-4987. Hours: Monday to Friday, 9 am to 6 pm; Saturday 9 am to 5 pm; Sunday 10 am to 5 pm. Admission by donation. http://lilliansindiancrafts.com

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Perivale Gallery

Perivale Gallery

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Perivale Gallery

Stunning art, discerningly selected and impeccably presented. These are the reasons Perivale Gallery is the premier art destination of Manitoulin Island, and one of the most prestigious art galleries in all of northern Ontario. 

Founded more than 38 years ago, the exceptional gardens and grounds of Perivale Gallery showcase masterworks by Ivan Wheale, Jay Favot, Linda Finn, Judy Martin, Hadyn Butler, Lisa Free, Lauren Satok, Jamie Brick, Cathy Boyd, and others.

Come and see for yourself how this remarkable, carefully-curated art destination rivals any large city gallery in its stunning park-like setting overlooking the shimmering waters of Lake Kagawong.

Perivale Gallery showcases original work by a diverse group of exceptional Canadian contemporary fine artists, sculptors and artisans in a variety of media and styles. 

Open May 21 to September 26
Open Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10 am – 5 pm and open by appointment ONLY Monday to Thursday

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Edwards Art Studios

Edwards Art Studios

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Edwards Art Studios

Celebrating over 25 years in fine art!

Edwards Studios & Art Gallery is an independently owned and operated family art gallery located along the North Shore of Kagawong, Manitoulin Island. The Art Gallery was established in 1996 by Richard and Barbara Edwards. After moving to Kagawong in 1993, Richard and Barbara worked from their home studios until they transformed the upper story of the historical Old Mill into a working studio and art gallery.
The Art Gallery showcases many local artists work from Manitoulin Island and surrounding areas. The gallery is open to the public from May Long Weekend to Thanksgiving weekend.
All original handcrafted works of art, paintings, original serigraphs, etching, pottery, stained glass, hot glass, carving, batik on silk, jewelry, clothing, textile art and custom framing.

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