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Gibson Gallery
Current Exhibit
Belle Vue and the Reynolds Sisters  
Selected works from the Windsor Community Museum and Fort Malden NHSC
March 26- April 19

​1815 saw the end of the War of 1812, and in 1816 construction was started on the largest and most beautiful home built in Canada at the time, Belle Vue. It was home to, and designed by, Catherine Reynolds, considered one of the earliest native born female artists in Canada and her sister Margaret. Belle Vue is one of two Palladian buildings declared nationally significant in Canada and is recognized as an important historic site federally, provincially, and municipally. Discover the history of this once grand mansion and the two artists that lived there. This exhibit is sponsored in part by a generous donation from Libro Credit Union.
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IN PURSUIT OF THE GOLDEN KEY
DENNIS WHITE & STEPHEN GIBB
April 23-May 17

A collection of 32 paintings by author/artist Dennis White and artist Stephen Gibb These encrypted art pieces are the heart of the real-life treasure hunt book which commemorates the bicentennial of the War of 1812. Through verse and illustrations, you are invited to come along on a journey into this War and decipher the clues which lead to a modern day treasure!
TALK BY BELLE VUE CULTURAL FOUNDATION DIRECTORS
Robert Honor and Debra Honor UE

Saturday, March 28 2-3pm


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"Gibson Girls" Needlework
Tuesdays, 10am-12pm

"Wednesday Group" Crochet and Knit
Wednesday, 1-3:30pm

"Artist Station" Drawing and Painting.
Thursdays, 1-4pm


ART BY THE RIVER
August 29 & 30, 10am - 5pm

For questions, application forms, or any other matters related to 
Art by the River, 
please call us at 519-736-2826.

You can also download the application form and map HERE.


Welcome to the Gibson Gallery / Fort Malden Guild of Arts & Crafts

The Gibson Gallery is located in South Western Ontario's historic town of Amherstburg.
This former Michigan Central Railroad Station, ca. 1896, is a quaint Art Gallery
renovated to its original Romanesque glory featuring towering ceilings, hardwood floors and bevelled glass windows.
A full season of exhibits by local artists and travelling exhibits from Ontario museums and galleries make this
heritage building a vital center for the visual arts, offering art and craft lessons, our unique Artisan Shoppe and three needle art guilds.
Our attached Caboose museum highlights local railroad history.
The Gallery is owned and operated by the Fort Malden Guild of Arts and Crafts,
a charitable organization incorporated in 1975 "to encourage and foster cultural development in the fields of fine arts and applied arts".
Admission to the Gallery is free-donations help support this heritage site.