Red Door Gallery has reopened at 69 Main Street South, downtown Georgetown! On Saturday June 25, Ted Arnott, MPP, accompanied by Councillor Jane Fogal, Winston Uytenbogaart of the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF), cut the ribbon on our new location. A huge crowd gathered outside and over 200 visitors saw the opening show. Thanks to a grant of $74,800 from the OTF to relaunch a new model portable gallery, we are thrilled to be located here for up to one year before planning our next instalment. Join us for the opening show, and click here to be kept up to date on our new programs.
Thank you to everyone for your support and interest in Red Door Gallery!
“A Tribute to Northern Ontario”
Join RDG Juried Show winner Gordon Mitchell for the opening of his new show, featuring a new body of work from his travels across the northern reaches of our province. Enjoy a glass of wine and relax in this beautiful new community space!
RDG Juried Show winner Gordon Mitchell’s returns to open the new location at 69 Main Street South, Georgetown. His new show “A Tribute to Northern Ontario” features new, larger scale work from his extensive travels in Ontario, including Muskoka, Georgian Bay, Parry Sound, and the Lake Superior region of Algoma. He paints the scene with the emotion of the experience in vivid colours and with carefree brushstrokes that capture the natural and rugged beauty of Northern Ontario. Gordon’s style has been influenced by instructors at the Oakville Art Society, Loyalist College, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the McMichael Gallery and renowned artist Tony Bianco.