Michael Gibson Gallery

Current Exhibit – Michael Pszczonak

Interested in the simple act of looking, Michael Pszczonak’s new paintings capture the perceptual phenomenon of light and image reflected in windows. Exhibit continues to June 29.

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Middle Gallery – Sharl G. Smith

In our middle gallery for the month of June we are excited to introduce the sculpture of Waterloo, ON artist Sharl G. Smith. Informed by her architectural background, her large-scale steel sculptures are comprised of woven stainless steel “beads” with industrial steel cables serving as thread.

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Upcoming Exhibit – Jack Cocker

For his 2nd solo exhibition at MGG, emerging artist Jack Cocker has created a groundbreaking suite of new paintings exploring his interest of “the figure in the landscape”. Opening Reception on Thursday, July 4th from 6-8pm.

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Michael Smith @ Beaverbrook

"Michael Smith: Sea of Change" @ the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton is now open. His "Sea of Change" series includes massive canvases exploding with colour and energy, inspired by a serendipitous encounter with a 19th-century painting of the Arctic expedition ship H.M.S. Terror.

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Artists and Artwork

Curated Artworks

Etienne Zack

Etienne Zack

Etienne Zack's paintings contemplate the remarkable endurance of the language of painting in synthesizing, translating and thinking through diverse realities. Painting here functions as a form of writing and reading technology intricately reflecting the depths of the human mind and its psychology.

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Susan Dobson

Susan Dobson

Susan Dobson’s recent series of photographs use landscape as a genre to explore our human relationship with the natural environment.

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Michael Smith

Michael Smith

Michael Smith's major retrospective at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, "Michael Smith: Sea of Change", continues to November 7. The show explores how Michael Smith’s paintings mix landscape with abstraction, creating fictional spaces that show how experience impacts the way we view the world.

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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.

  • Specializing in Post War Artists
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About Us

Established in 1984

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.

MGG is located on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee, Lūnaapéewak and Attawandaron.