Exhibitions

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Sacred Woods Leanne Baird | Gaia Orion
April 1, 2017 until May 25, 2017
All Day
Exhibition dates: April 1 until May 25 Saturday April 8  from 3 til 5 pm Meet the Artists Reception Rails End Gallery invites you to attend and hear the inspiration behind this exhibition and a bit about the Artists followed by Artist Chat with Q and A. Wine and Cheese | Refreshments  
Peace of Mine
May 27, 2017 until June 11, 2017
All Day
Haliburton Visual Arts Students' Exhibition Opening Reception Saturday May 27 from 2:30 until 4 pm "Peace of Mine" is the title of an exhibition of new work by Haliburton Highlands Secondary School Visual Arts Students at Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre  from  May 27 until June 11. This year the public art gallery, located in Haliburton's landmark rail station, welcomes artists from the grade...
Little Boshkung (Lake of many echoes): Andrew Lennox
June 24, 2017 until August 13, 2017
All Day
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Past Exhibitions

flag Annual Salon Exhibition "Oh Canada"
January 21, 2017 until March 19, 2017
All Day
January 21 until March 19 This year we celebrate the Nation's 150th Anniversary with an exhibition titled OH CANADA. 40 local Artists exhibit 68 works of art created for our annual themed Rails End Members Salon. As you leave the Main Gallery don't forget to cast a vote for coveted The Peoples' Choice Award. Opening Reception Saturday January 21 from 3 til 5 pm Honoured...
Art Heaven Nov 25 - December 23 2016 Art Heaven
November 25, 2016 until December 23, 2016
All Day
A fundraising event for Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre. Rails End Gallery is having an exhibition and sale called Art Heaven.  We are asking for donations of art and handcrafted items you no longer display.  The art angels at Rails End will curate donated art items and offer them for sale to new owners at excellent prices.Proceeds will go to support the gallery’s community programming....
Halibana Drum Drums from Kabwata Cultural Centre
August 3, 2016 until September 4, 2016
All Day
When Joe Truss, of Abbey North Drummers, visited Zambia he commissioned a selection of drums to be made to bring back to Canada. Rails End Curator, Laurie Jones, has chosen her favourites for this exhibition. They exemplify decorative patterns and drum making techniques used in the region. It is worth noting, however, that there are over 75 different languages in Zambia and to get agreement...
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