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The following galleries represent Peter Allan Rice and his artwork, by carrying a selection of one of a kind originals by this Canadian artist.  Refer to the artwork page to view the gallery location of your favourite pieces.  Feel free to contact any of the galleries by phone or e-mail, and visit their web sites to learn more about what they have to offer. If you're in the area, be sure to take the time to drop in and view  Peter's work in person.  The interaction of glass and natural light combine to create an ever changing feast for the senses.
 

 
 

Algonquin Art Centre
Located at Km 20 on Hwy #60, Algonquin Park

phone: (705) 633-5555
toll free: 1-855-221-2278
e-mail: info@algonquinartcentre.com
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(Office Location)
1294 Limberlost Road, Huntsville, ON
P1H 2J6

The Algonquin Art Centre in Algonquin Park has come to life thanks to the Irwin family of Huntsville. Doug and Orla Irwin, owners of The Framing Place and Gallery in Huntsville, were encouraged by daughter Darla, son-in-law Matt, and sons Chad and Joel to bid on the provincial tender to run the park gallery for five years. The Irwins invited 14 of the finest Canadian wildlife artists, including Robert Bateman and Brent Townsend to display their work. The gallery also has a gift and souvenir boutique and outdoor art garden. A former café on the grounds houses children's art activities, and serves refreshments. 

Located at km 20 on Hwy. 60, the gallery is open daily from June through to October. (Check gallery website for specific dates of operation.)

     

     
 

The Auburn Gallery of Fine Art
260 Bay Street
Gravenhurst, Ontario
P1P 1H1

phone: (705) 812-0749
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email: auburninmuskoka@hotmail.com

Established in May 1st, 2005, the Auburn Gallery of Fine Art specializes in eclectic Canadian art work. Their collections include fine art paintings, photography, ceramics, sculpture, bronzes, fibre art and hand crafted jewelry. Their artists range from coast to coast, with a strong sampling of local talent. They host five shows a year from June to September, with specialty events in October and December. The gallery is situated in a historic home at the gateway to Muskoka in Gravenhurst, Ontario. The Auburn is an award winning gallery boasting a seasonal sculpture garden to enhance your experience. Owner, Teresa McLaughlin is very knowledgeable about how specific pieces would fit into your living environment, and would be glad to answer any questions you may have. Truly a destination when on your way to the cottage, or just visiting beautiful Muskoka, Auburn Gallery is not to be missed!

     

     
 
Cornerstone Canadian Art and Craft
255 Ontario Street
Kingston, Ontario
K7L 2Z4

phone: (613) 546-7967
click to view website
email: info@cornerstonecanadianart.com

Cornerstone began over thirty years ago as a local craft co-operative. Now, a gallery and online store, Cornerstone hosts the handmade work of over 150 artisans from all regions of Canada. Owner, Penny Knapp, brings a passion for craft, made with imagination and integrity, to Cornerstone's showcase of Canadian talent. Located in historic Macaulay house, (circa 1830) Cornerstone is an integral part of Kingston's vibrant waterfront and shopping district. Take a trip to Kingston for all the city has to offer, and while you are there be sure to drop by Cornerstone for its unique pieces for any budget, whether shopping for yourself, or for a gift. A visit to the gallery is rich in history and inspiration.

     

     
 

Gallery 212
Island 212-44, Temagami, Ontario
P0H 2H0


phone: (705) 237-8777
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It has been Reina Leudke's dream to add a local art gallery to her already established floral business. Her island gallery is located on beautiful Lake Temagami, in Northern Ontario. This unique gallery will be open to the public from mid-May to September. Come and see the varied collection of works by Canadian artists, and marvel at the beauty of Temagami at the same time.
   



     
 

The Framing Place & Gallery
33 King William St.,  Huntsville, Ontario Canada  P1H 2L4 
 
phone: (705) 789-3205
toll free: 1-800-863-0066

click to view website
e-mail: info@framingplace.net

The historic and recently restored swing bridge spans the river a few blocks west of the Framing Place and Gallery, reminding us of the days not so long ago when steamships used to ply these waters.  The new, spacious gallery offers a variety of Group of Seven reproductions, as well as original paintings and sculptures by Canadian artists.  After enjoying the beauty and serenity of the Muskoka landscape abounding in lakes and trees, take a walk down Huntsville's historic Main Street and be sure to visit the Framing Place and Gallery located in the east end of the town.

     

     
 

Perivale Gallery
1320 Perivale Road East,
Spring Bay, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
P0P 2B0

phone: (705) 377-4847
click to view website
email: perivalegallery@gmail.com

The Perivale Gallery on Manitoulin Island, is a must see destination for any art lover. The gallery offers a feast for the senses along the beautiful south-eastern shore of Lake Kagawong. Perivale has represented and promoted a diverse group of exceptional contemporary Canadian fine artists, sculptors, and artisans for over twenty-eight years. Owner, Shannon McMullan is very knowledgeable about the Canadian art scene, and is always happy to assist you. This eclectic exhibition of original work in a variety of media and styles, is ever-changing and evolving, and worth several visits over the season. Open weekends from the May holiday until mid-June; then daily (10-5) until mid-September. Shannon, and the friendly and knowledgeable staff, look forward to your visit. Let art enrich your life at the Perivale Gallery.

     

 

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