Come in and see the newly arrived collection of moccasins & vintage mukluks we have for sale at the gallery. These beautiful and very practical accessories are all handmade by regional Indigenous craftspeople from moose or deer hide, and trimmed with real fur in… Continue Reading “Moccasins & Mukluks”
Did you know that we have hundreds of journals, notebooks, and sketchbooks in stock at Darlington Gallery? If writing is your passion we are now offering you two ways to see our selection. If you can’t make it into our brick & mortar in… Continue Reading “Tell your story!”
This beautiful 11 x 8.5 inch coffee table book has been several years in the making. Master Photographer Mike Grandmaison and I first talked about the idea at Word on the Water, an annual book festival that used to be held in Kenora. Mike… Continue Reading “Lake of the Woods: Gem of the Canadian Shield”
Darlington Gallery is now offering for sale the beadwork of various regional Indigenous artists. Keep scrolling down to view by artist or category. Just click on an image for a more detailed view!Looking for Mocassins and Mukluks? See our selection of regionally handcrafted footwear… Continue Reading “The Indigenous Beadwork Gallery”
Beading supplies back in stock at new, lower prices!
We have the most diverse collection of jigsaw puzzles in the city! Most of our stock is made up of (very challenging) 500 to 3000 piece puzzles, but we also have some for children, “pocket” puzzles (100 or fewer pieces), and are always adding… Continue Reading “New Jigsaw Puzzles!”
Drop by Wednesday, 31 July between 1:00 p.m., – 2:30 p.m. for a visit and signing by Jamie Benidickson, author of the latest book out on Lake of the Woods. This is a free, come and go event, so come as you are and… Continue Reading “Levelling the Lake – Author Visit!”
We have a very strong collection of First Nations related books, including the full line of Mazinaate’s Ojibway language texts and references. Come in and examine the collection!
This photo just arrived in our in-box from Tracy Horvath. Rufus the Maine Coon Cat is busy making friends with Forrest the Hare (looks like they haven’t quite clicked yet, I think. Could just be the moment, though…), who came from Anderson Road Antiques’… Continue Reading “Another Happy Customer?”
This lady told us she was all dressed up and nowhere to go. We told her to den up in our window for a while.
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