Tony Urquhart was best known for his “box” sculptures and meticulous drawings influenced by religious art and architecture. In our middle gallery for the month of December we are exhibiting a small survey of his playful “box” sculptures dating from 1970-2007 accompanied by select drawings.Read More
PAPER '22 @ MGG will be a lively exhibition exploring the possibilities of works on paper. Prints, watercolours, drawings and photographs will be on exhibit by Anne Meredith Barry, Brian Jones, Howard Hodgkin, Henry Moore, Kin Nicol, Christopher Pratt and more.Read More
Magical and dream-like, Emerging London artist Angie Quick’s new paintings explore plush interior spaces that suggest both the absence and presence of a figure.Read More
Artists and Artwork
In the 1950s Clark McDougall would visit Drayton, Ontario, a village north of London, where his good friend Brock Davis lived. The open road was a common compositional device used by Clark. From the purple outlined trees to the glowing sky, this painting perfectly captures the early Spring day.
After visiting Newfoundland for the first time in 1971, Anne Meredith Barry fell in love with the power of the landscape. She purchased and restored St. Michael’s printshop, St. Michael’s NFLD in 1987 and remained there for the rest of her life. Her work, whether a painting, print or work on paper, always focused on the strength and beauty of the Newfoundland landscape.View More
Curnoe began a series of 12 x 9 in. self reflective self portraits in the early 1980s. Often portrayed in his cycling gear, the portraits, like this one are intensely coloured, painted in fresh "Curnoe" - like colours with a text-based ironic nod to his self-prescribed regionalism.View More
Joyce Wieland, known to work in various media, engaged herself in issues of nationalism, feminism and ecology. This small crest combines issues of the impact of pollution on the ecology of Canada and its relationship to our Canadian identity. This is an open variable edition of a sewn embroidered crest.View More
News & Events
Please join us on Saturday, December 10 from 1-4pm for a Holiday Open House. Come in from the cold for some holiday drinks and treats and a chance to toast to the season together! We would love to see you. Masks are welcome.
New VIDEO: Museum London sat down with the artists, writers, and gallerists who were here in London to create and witness the London Regionalism movement.
Inspired by our current exhibitions and recent arrivals, we have highlighted artworks that we feel would be great additions to any collection for the holiday's.
Susan Dobson has generously donated her photograph to Gallery TPW Photorama Fundraiser ending on Dec 3.
To bring to life Gathie Falk’s iconic Red Angel performance artwork, on view now at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the AGO’s conservation and curatorial team went to great lengths…and to eBay.
Seondary Market Sales
Since 1984, Michael Gibson Gallery has specialized in the acquisition and sale of artwork created by artists of significant Canadian and International cultural importance. By providing our clients with unparalleled service and unique opportunities, we continue our tradition of excellence in the brokering of Canadian and International art.
Michael Gibson Gallery has earned a nation-wide reputation specializing in the buying and selling of contemporary Canadian art. Housed in one of the finest exhibition spaces in Canada, the gallery offers superior service to its collectors.
Through our curated exhibitions, in-depth catalogues, and lively public events, we aim to promote the work of the best emerging and established regional and national artists in order to enrich the cultural life of our clientele. We also buy and sell works by key contemporary and historical artists and advise private and corporate collectors as well as artists’ estates.