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T.O. Central
Toronto Islands
Ward's Island, Toronto
T: 416 203 2152
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www.rectorygallery.org
Rectory Gallery & Café share the same building and provide an excellent menu for Island visitors & gallery patrons. Visit the Rectory Gallery & Café by taking the Toronto Island Ferry to Ward's Island, walk west to a 2-storey white building on your left, opposite the Algonquin Island Bridge. For ferry schedule, call 416 392 8193 or visit http://bit.ly/1lLA2gw ... more
Showcasing the work of Island artists, the Rectory Gallery & Café share the same building and provide an excellent menu for Island visitors & gallery patrons. Visit the Rectory Gallery & Café by taking the Toronto Island Ferry to Ward's Island, walk west to a 2-storey white building on your left, opposite the Algonquin Island Bridge. For ferry schedule, call 416 392 8193 or visit http://bit.ly/1lLA2gw.
Apr 5-30, 2017 | opening reception Wed 5 Apr, 7-9pm:
Hot Knives by Lori Dell, an exhibition of new palette knife paintings consisting of small studies and large troweled abstracts ... more
Hot Knives by Lori Dell, an exhibition of new palette knife paintings consisting of small studies and large troweled abstracts.
May 3-Jun 4, 2017 | opening reception Wed 3 May, 7-9pm:
Still Playing by Irina Schestakowich explores whimsical points of view using clay, paint, threads and ink. Best Before, an exhibition of paintings by Gary Smith, explores the charm of homes "before the love of the condo" ... more
Still Playing by Irina Schestakowich explores whimsical points of view using clay, paint, threads and ink.
Best Before, an exhibition of paintings by Gary Smith, explores the charm of homes "before the love of the condo".
Jun 7-Jul 9, 2017 | opening reception Wed 7 Jun, 7-9pm:
Working with layers of encaustic wax and pigmentations on birch panels, Rosemary Parson creates a series of transparent abstractions titled Liquid Landscapes ... more
Working with layers of encaustic wax and pigmentations on birch panels, Rosemary Parson creates a series of transparent abstractions titled Liquid Landscapes.