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Upcoming at A Gift of Art
Due to the current covid situation all in-studio classes are being postponed for the next three weeks. Start dates will be reviewed as we go through the coming days and we will be in contact with all students as we have new information. All Zoom classes will continue and more will be posted as they are scheduled. If you have any questions, please contact the gallery via email or phone at 905-987-2264.
Although we are closed to the public and working from home, there will be one person available to attend to business. Online shopping and curbside pick-up is still available. Thank you for your co-operation and understanding.
Praise for A Gift of Art
“I just wanted to send a quick email with my gratitude for what A Gift of Art has done for Hailey’s confidence. I have seen such an improvement… over the past two months as well as having friends and family tell me how much more out spoken and confident Hailey seems, it really is because of the opportunity you have given her this summer – THANK YOU!”
Thank you to our sponsors!
G P Harley
Mr. and Mrs. Northcott
The Edmond and Sylvia Vanhaverbeke Foundation
M.Mogford & T.Campbell
Durham Regional Police Services Board
R.Thake, Hans Collmorgen, F.Horvath, Karen Fischer, Janis Walker, Margo Davis, Kim Hope, Theresa Vanhaverbeke, J.Barrett & D.Hobson, Danielle Carroll, Helen Simpson, Ron Stuart, Dianne Starch, Tyler Smith Realtor, Royal Service Realtor, J.Smith & G.McAuley, Don Relihan, Barbara Collmorgan, Bob Goldberger
Give to A Gift of Art
As a charity, donations are always welcome. Thank you for your support of local art and artists.
A GIFT OF ART IS A REGISTERED CHARITY.
*All donations over $20 receive a CRA tax receipt.
Registered Charitable Number: 83872 7493 RR0001.
We want to recognize that we are on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe People who were on this wonderful land long before the rest of us. We wish to acknowledge the long history of the First Nations and Metis People in Ontario and show respect to the neighbouring community of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation.
Nous voulons reconnaitre que nous somme sur le territoire traditionnel des Peuples Anishinaabe. Je tiens a souligner la long histoire des Premieres nations et des Metis dans Ontario et de faire preuve de respect envers la communaute voisine de la Premiere nation de Mississauga de l’Isle Scugog.
“The principles of true art is not to portray, but to evoke”
~ Jerzy Kosinski