The Lindsay Gallery

For the Art in Everyone

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People and Places – Susan Boswell and RoseMarie Condon (May 20- June 20, 2015)

May 20 to June 20, 2015

‘People & Places’

Susan Boswell & RoseMarie Condon

Susan Boswell’s gouache portraits of women explore the effect fashion has on individuals and how it allows them to express their inner beauty through their choice of costume.

RoseMarie Condon explores the beauty of wild and urban places focusing on the flora, fauna and people who dwell there.

Artist Talk & Reception: Saturday June 20, 2015 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm at the Gallery

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Heather Salzman – Kiln Formed Glass (Feb 4 – March 31, 2015)

Nature’s Glory Studios Heather Salzman – Kiln Formed Glass

February 4 – March 31, 2015

Fused glass artist, Heather Salzman is a self-taught artesian who discovered glass about 10 years ago. She works with window glass, tempered glass and special formulated glass that doesn’t break down at over 15000B0F. Her showcase exhibit will feature one-of-a-kind pieces that include bowls, platters, place settings, candle holders and more. Heather participates in many local shows throughout the spring and fall and has her studio/gallery open all year round by appointment. She is a member of The Lindsay Gallery and many other art groups throughout Ontario. Her work is found in 8 countries and she has been the recipient of many awards for her work.

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Peter Harris – New Canadian Landscapes ( – March 7, 2015)

Peter Harris

New Canadian Landscapes Exhibit


Artist Lecture & Reception

Please drop by and meet the artist, Peter Harris, on Saturday March 7, 2015 from 2 to 4pm

at The Lindsay Gallery. Hear Peter talk about his creative processes and perspectives.

Refreshments provided. Admission is free.

Click to view a video of Peter Harris speaking at the Artist Lecture and Reception:

Click below for information on the current exhibit:

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Ficklefrog Studios – Cindy Reynolds – September 2 -October 18, 2014

 I have been making things all my life ~
Aspirations to be a potter saw me digging clay out of the creek bed to make figurines when
I was a child.
Unfortunately I was derailed in my artistic path by parental beliefs that art doesn’t pay the
bills so after an unsatisfying year at university I enrolled in fashion design at Sheridan
College in the late 1970’s.
I then hit the craft circuit for many years with my assorted creations in fabric and leather.
Along the way I’ve also taught myself stained glass which I pursued for 20 years making
original nature inspired windows, lamps and 3D boxes.
~ My studio is named Ficklefrog to reflect my varied artistic interests ~
My first bear creation was a Christmas present for my sister that turned out so well I started
making them for other people.
I derive a lot of satisfaction from making teddy bears from fur coats that would otherwise
be left untouched and unloved in closets and cold storage. Each bear seems imbued with its
own unique spirit giving the fur a second life and becoming a treasured keepsake.

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