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Our Third Online Exhibit

Although the VIA train station is closed due to COVID-19, we have assembled our third virtual gallery showcasing the paintings of Rosemary Sloot in “Rosemary – Memories of a Dutch Family’s Immigration to Canada” Also, you can go to our Youtube Channel and see all 6 interviews of Rosemary Sloot.

Rosemary Sloot
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See the article in the St. Marys Independent

Great coverage of our new exhibit in our local paper (pg 7). Thanks to Jennifer Thorpe for writing the article. 

Visitors to the Virtual Gallery will discover that the ‘Immigrant’ collection is a deeply personal homage to Sloot’s parents that deftly captures “the inescapable burden of the immigrant, forever to be pulled between two worlds.” It’s also a collection that represents an important seven-year creative journey for the artist, one that began when she learned that her dying mother’s one regret was leaving the Netherlands. Devastated by this revelation, Sloot began painting what would become her most successful collection to gain a deeper understanding of the sacrifice her parents had made.

We still have available our first and second online exhibits that can be found under the Exhibitions menu above. We hope you enjoy our efforts in keeping exhibits available.

Thank you to our 2020 sponsors!

In Jan. 2020 we will showcase in our gallery, local companies and groups who are supporting us for 2020. To see all our supporters, see our Key Supporters page. We encourage everyone to thank them for their support.  We are now on the Tourism Stratford  website. Check out our updated donor board and see our sponsors.

Cameron Porteous
Curator
416-523-8899
stmarysstationgallery@gmail.com
cameronporteous141@gmail.com

Sylvie Verwaayen
Gallery Assistant

Winter Hours
Gallery is closed until further notice.

Location
5 James St N, St. Marys ON N4X 1B1