Art Galleries


Grimsby Public Art Gallery
18 Carnegie Lane
Tel: 905-945-3246

The Grimsby Public Art Gallery is one of Niagara’s leading galleries which supports the work of local artists. Its permanent collection consists of over 1100 unique pieces. Established in 1975, the gallery is located within the community’s library, and features monthly exhibitions, tours and programs, as well as workshops for children and adults. Be sure to visit the gallery’s gift shop which offers an eclectic selection of handcrafted Canadian giftware.


Jordan Art Gallery
3836 Main Street
Tel: 905-562-6680

The Jordan Art Gallery is located in the heart of Jordan village and features an eclectic array of art work all created by local Niagara-based artists. Visitors will find a wide range of styles and media at this must see gallery including, blown glass, turned wood, clay, mosaic, mixed media, collage, painting, jewellery and wearable art. The gallery also holds monthly exhibitions by contemporary fine artists. Jordan Art Gallery is owned by a group of local artists who are on hand to talk about the featured works on display. All art work is available for purchase.

Ninavik Native Arts
3845 Main Street
Tel: 1-800-646-2848

Specializing in indigenous Canadian art the Ninavik Native Arts Gallery has been providing visitors the rare opportunity to experience the rich culture of Canada’s Aboriginal People for over 30 years. Ninavik Native Arts is one of Canada’s premiere native art gallery’s and visitors will find unique works from the Canadian Arctic as well as from First Nations artists from various regions across the country. The extensive gallery has an impressive collection of Inuit art and also features carvings by renowned sculptors, as well as pottery, prints and paintings.


Ochre Art Gallery
6039 Fallsview Boulevard
(Located in Doubletree Resorts)
Niagara Falls
Tel: 1-800-730-8609

Located inside the Doubltree Resort, the Ochre Art Gallery features the original works of prominent Canadian artists. The gallery’s collection showcases paintings, which highlight the beauty of nature in Canada. All artwork is available for purchase.


Angie Strauss Art Gallery
125 Queen Street
Tel: 1-888-510-0939

Located in the heart of picturesque Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Angie Strauss Art Gallery is one of the largest and most popular galleries in the area. The gallery features the work of renowned Canadian Impressionist artist Angie Strauss, who is well-known for her beautiful artwork, which portrays local scenes, vineyards, florals, and landscapes. The gallery is located in a lovingly restored 1850s Colonial home and features Strauss’ beautiful watercolour and oil paintings, as well as prints and cards.

The Artists’ Loft
188 Victoria Street
Tel: 905-688-4063

The Artists’ Loft features the whimsical work of artist Patricia Paquin, who creates delightful ceramic pieces. The gallery also showcases an eclectic array of fine oil and watercolour paintings and prints from several local distinguished artists. Visitors will also find many beautiful gift items including beautiful hand-painted glasses, metal-art, hand-crafted jewellery and carved wood art.

Doug Forsythe Gallery
92 Picton Street
Tel: 905-468-3659

The Doug Forsythe Gallery features the works of established Canadian artists Doug and Marsha Forsythe. The gallery showcases the artists’ eclectic array of works including: etchings, engravings, woodcuts, cancelled intaglio plates, original watercolours, oils, mixed media and prints. Many of the works feature landscapes, seascapes, and marine themes.

The King Street Gallery
153 King Street
Tel: 905-468-8923

This intimate gallery is housed in a beautiful historical home in Niagara-on-the-Lake and features the works of renowned Canadian artist Chantal Poulin. Poulin, who has won the award for Canadian artist of the year twice, has an incredible range in her work. Her beautiful works of art feature everything from portraits of children to landscapes, to still life and contemporary art. The King Street Gallery also features the works of other artists, including several from Quebec.

Pumphouse Visual Art Centre
247 Ricardo Street
Tel: 905-468-5455

The Pumphouse Visual Art Centre is located in a restored 1891 water pumping station on the shores of the Niagara River and offers exhibitions by contemporary visual artists working in a number mediums. The centre showcases a variety of visual art forms, from raku pottery and relief sculptures to etching, photography and paintings. The centre also offers classes, workshops, lectures and exhibitions in a wide range of mediums throughout the year.

Riverbrink- Samuel E. Weir Gallery
116 Queenston Street
Tel: 905-262-4510

The Riverbrink- Samuel E. Weir Gallery houses an eclectic collection and library of unique Canadian and international historical fine art. Specializing in works that capture the history of the Niagara Region, the gallery features portraits of the area’s founders, as well as Canadian paintings, old Quebec silver, Indian artifacts, War of 1812 pieces, and French Impressionist works. Of particular interest is the impressive collection of works by the famed Canadian artists The Group of Seven and Tom Thompson, who were the first artists that depicted the beauty of Northern Canada in their art. The Gallery was built to showcase the extensive collection of barrister Samuel E. Weir, who began collecting works of art in his twenties. The gallery overlooks the battlegrounds of the War of 1812, and offers impressive views of the Niagara River.

Romance Collection Gallery
177 King Street
Tel: 1-800-667-8525

Featuring the works of prominent Canadian artists Trisha Romance, the gallery offers an impressive collection of original art, limited edition reproductions and collectibles which are highly sought after around the world. The gallery is housed in a beautifully restored 19th-century Victorian home.


Rodman Hall
109 St. Paul Crescent
St. Catharines
Tel: 905-684-2925

Rodman Hall houses one of Niagara’s largest and finest visual arts collections, and features an impressive array of works by local, regional, national and international artists. The public art gallery houses a permanent collection of over 900 works of art, including paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture and outdoor installations. The centre is open year-round and is located in the historic Thomas Rodman Merritt House along the Twelve Mile Creek in St. Catharines.