Closed due to Covid restrictions.

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Rosemary - Memories of a Dutch Family's Immigration to Canada.

See photos of the artwork currently in our physical gallery at the station. We also have on our YouTube channel the interview of Rosemary and her work by Jennifer Thorpe.
You can also see Rosemary’s work in our virtual gallery.

Upon the death of her mother, Rosemary’s family realizes that their mother regretted immigrating to Canada. To come to terms with what had transpired, Rosemary set about to tell their story on what immigration meant to the family. This collection of work took Rosemary Sloot 7 years to complete and still resonates with the artist today. The paintings are taken from “snapshots” of memories in occupied Holland. Moments capture leaving Holland, to disembarking from the Train in Canada, are superimposed on the environment of the new world.  
Cameron Porteous

Thank you to our sponsors!

To see all our supporters, see our Key Supporters page. We encourage everyone to thank them for their support especially when we can get out again. Check out our updated donor board and see our sponsors.

On Track

For over a year now the Station Gallery has been “side tracked” from producing a printed Bulletin magazine which highlights the work of artists who are exhibiting at the gallery. We have added a new menu for this and will be adding more bulletins as time passes. 

Our Fourth Online Exhibit Co-Vision

The 2020 pandemic has caused much of the season scheduled at the Station Gallery to be cancelled.

This Pop Up exhibit kicks off the 2021 season at the Gallery re-establishing exhibits cancelled due to the pandemic. CO-VISION, a virtual exhibition featuring local artists who have been creating works of art during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Many pieces are available at affordable prices. Check out the art! 

Cameron Porteous

Sylvie Verwaayen
Gallery Assistant

11 am to 4:30 pm Thursday to Saturday. Max 8 people. Masks required. 

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