Victoria Park Gallery

707A Queen Street
Kincardine

Victoria Park Gallery

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Victoria Park Gallery is a non-profit incorporation established in 2001 by a small group of enthusiastic artists. It is located in Kincardine’s historic former Town Hall at 707A Queen Street.

There are many member artists and artisans creating work from a wide variety of mediums including - oils, watercolour, acrylic, wood, glass, silk, photography, jewellery and clay. There is a wonderful variety of original cards for every occasion and something for every budget. Special exhibits by guest artists are displayed throughout the year.
The Scougall Gallery displays photographs taken by John H. Scougall at the turn of the century. Reproductions of his work are available for sale at Victoria Park Gallery.

Victoria Park Gallery is wheelchair accessible, and is open all year and during theatre performances and special events being held in Kincardine.

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