Florence McGillivray: Her Story and Influence on Canadian Art

Florence McGillivray, A Street in Killarney, 1914

Florence McGillivray: Her Story and Influence on Canadian Art

On display until May 26, 2024
Helson Gallery, Georgetown

Discover the journey of Canadian artist Florence Helena McGillivray (1864 – 1938), who was best known for her post-impressionist style capturing the Canadian landscape. With loans from notable private and public collections, this exhibition explores the influences McGillivray had as an artist, teacher and traveler during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This show is co-curated by researcher and author Bill Allen, who recently published his third book about the artist.

Curator Talk: April 11,  6:00 – 8:00 pm
Join Bill Allen in the Helson Gallery who will be sharing his research and taking questions.

Town of Halton Hills, Helson Gallery
The Helson gallery features rotating exhibitions of local art, private collections and traveling exhibitions. The gallery collaborates with the community and celebrates culturally significant works from a variety of artists. Located within the Cultural Centre in the Town of Halton Hills, visitors can also enjoy artwork in the Centre’s Sisnett Lobby.

For more information:
www.haltonhills.ca/gallery
helsongallery@haltonhills.ca
Tel: 905-877-7915 ext 2536

Gallery Hours:
Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday to Saturday: 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Helson Gallery
9 Church Street
Georgetown, ON
L7G 2A3