FeralIn the summer of 2012, the Tom Thomson Art Gallery installed Feral made from found and discarded natural materials by artist Veronica Verkley. The sculpture was inspired by Eulalie, Thomson’s dog that stands with him at the end of a dock at Lake Scugog in a photo belonging to the Gallery’s archives. This Canadian Spirit Project was made possible with support from City of Owen Sound for installation expertise and assistance.
SSSpunSSSpun is to be installed offsite at Queen’s Park across from the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in late spring of 2017. Part of the TOM’s Canadian Spirit 2012-2017 Offsite Public Art Program A tree is planted within a city park. Not all that unusual; however, this tree performs outside of our assumptions as it suddenly begins to spin in one ... Read More
The Gallery produces exhibitions of contemporary artists based on curatorial research and thematic development around themes that explore Tom Thomson and his work or works that push conceptual or material boundaries that expand our understanding of land and identity. The Gallery does not actively solicit exhibition proposals and we are currently programmed into 2020. However, we very much welcome submissions from artists whose work might be considered for inclusion in future exhibition programming, for off-site Available Space Art Projects, or inclusion in the Gallery Shop.
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