The Ethel Curry Gallery

The Ethel Curry Gallery is a privately owned art gallery located in the picturesque village of Haliburton. 

The gallery opened in 1996 and was named after Ethel Curry, a uniquely talented, groundbreaking artist born in 1902, raised in Haliburton and who taught art and sculpture in Toronto until the mid-1960’s. 

Ethel had a direct connection to some of the members of the Group of Seven, both as a student and as an established artist. She was also a close friend of Doris McCarthy.

The gallery is dedicated to supporting local and Canadian visual artists in the spirit of Ethel’s life work. Now in our 26th year, we feature some of Canada’s top artists including Brian Atyeo, John David Anderson, Charles Spratt and Eduard Gurevich, to name just a few. All our artists are featured on our web site. 

We have an extensive collection of original art by over 100 Canadian artists, primarily oil, acrylic and water colour landscapes and wildlife but with an occasional dab of abstract, sculpture (wood, soapstone and wire), woodwork, pottery and photography in the exciting mix.

It is well worth a visit to our friendly, exquisitely displayed, eclectic gallery surrounded by the natural beauty of the Haliburton Highlands. View and support our truly exceptional Canadian artists and perhaps take home an original treasure of your own.

The Ethel Curry Gallery

94 Maple Ave. beside CIBC  Phone 705-457-9687

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Wayne Hooks  Owner