Engage. Inspire. Explore.

Supporting creative community connections through shared experiences with the visual arts.

Current Exhibition

Through ‘Woven Woods- A Journey through the Forest Floor”, Lorraine Roy explores the interconnectedness of art, science, and nature using
raw edge machine appliqué techniques and embroidery. With a B.Sc. in Horticultural Sciences
and decades of exploration in art textiles, the Dundas, Ontario artist spent five years realizing her
vision and approached the unique series with an eye toward what lies beneath the surface of the
forest floor. The results are beautiful, oversized, and infused with the symbolism of trees and
their communication patterns.

Roy’s exhibit will also be complemented by the work of esteemed artist Carmella Karijo Rother.
The Gatineau, Quebec artist has been creating simple and sophisticated organically shaped
vessels of rope and other textiles for more than two decades. Her Affinities exhibit will highlight
both previously produced and new works.



Visiting the Gallery is free. Parking is available.

Meet the Artists September 24 & 25

Featured this month in the

Creative Conservatory

Roger Mattiuz- Hoople Creek Woodcraft

Diane Bergeron- Acrylic Portraits

Call for Artists

The Cline House Gallery is excited to bring back the very popular “Merry Mini Holiday Show” offering small scale art at “gift giving” prices. November 10-December 23

Interested in submitting your work for consideration? Deadline to apply: August 20th

Merry Minis Holiday Show Application 2022


The Cline House Studio offers a variety of programs allowing artists of all ages and levels to explore and create. 

Workshops & Classes

Workshops are delivered by professional artists in various disciplines who are eager to help you get the most out of your arts experience.

Open Studio Sessions

Open Studio is a non-instructional drop-in program offering artists a chance to develop skills at their own pace in a supportive community environment. Artists bring their own materials and work at their own pace on their own projects. Individual critiques may be arranged during these sessions.

History of the Cline House

The Cline House, “one of the finest homes in all of Cornwall” was built in 1854 after the marriage of Samuel Cline to Margaret Dickenson. It remained in the Cline family until 1955 when it was purchased by the Cornwall Library Board.


For general inquiries or questions about volunteering, please contact us using the channels below.

If you’re interested in applying to exhibit or teach, please contact us here.