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Laurie Roos

                                                                                                       Many  of my watercolour paintings are of Lake of the Woods. I have lived most of my life surrounded by the beauty of the Lake. Nature is where I find peace and solitude, and when I paint I am able to return… Continue Reading “Laurie Roos”

Attention, Writers! 2020 Proverse Prize

So many things have changed in the past three months but the Proverse Prize for writers of poetry, fiction and non-fiction is not one of them. June 30 is coming up fast! Many of us have had extra time on our hands this Spring…… Continue Reading “Attention, Writers! 2020 Proverse Prize”

COVID-19 Update

UPDATE! We are now open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for in store shopping. Please wear a mask while you visit our brick and mortar location (129 Main St. S., Kenora, ON), and practice social distancing rules. We are trying to… Continue Reading “COVID-19 Update”

New Jigsaw Puzzles!

Just before Christmas, we had a large order of jigsaw puzzles come in. Most of our stock is made up of (very challenging) 1000 piece puzzles, but we will have some more for children, some “pocket” puzzles (100 or fewer pieces), and some new… Continue Reading “New Jigsaw Puzzles!”

New Newsletter Available!

We’ve decided to produce a monthly newsletter highlighting different aspects of Darlington Gallery’s holdings – books, antiques, art…. The first we will embark upon will be our Incoming Indigenous, which will focus on Woodlands Art; books for and about First Nations people, current events… Continue Reading “New Newsletter Available!”

Dianne Lund

Dianne Lund has a great eye for the land and nature of the Boreal Forest and Parkland of Southeastern Manitoba. She’s lived in Winnipeg, St. Martin, Gypsumville and in the shadow of Whiteshell Provincial Park since she began her career as an artist in… Continue Reading “Dianne Lund”

Kevin Belmore

Gull Bay artist Kevin Belmore’s Ojibway name is Minowewegebon, which means “standing free”. Kevin is a disciple of the late Roy Thomas, who in turn was inspired by Norval Morrisseau, one of the founders of the Woodland School of Ojibway art and a member… Continue Reading “Kevin Belmore”