“Coming Together, Coming Apart: Images and Ideas” an exhibition featuring the work of artist Sean George, whose photo-based installations explore the aesthetic, narrative, philosophical, and logical possibilities of a changing world.
The exhibition, which will run for May 18 to July 1, 2023, demonstrates the power of art to explore issues and ideas and to reflect on the subtle power shifts in society over time. It is an opportunity for visitors to engage with themes of feminism, gender roles, liberalism, and the blurring of boundaries in the new media age.
OPEN THURSDAY-SATURDAY 10am-4pm
Free to Visit-Parking on Site
About the gallery
The opulent architecture of Cornwall’s historic Cline House provides the ideal backdrop for rotating exhibitions of visual art featuring the work of both local and visiting artists. Admission is free.
The gallery also offers rental space to host meetings, intimate cultural events and private gatherings.
The Cline House is currently operating as a pilot project to promote and support visual arts in the community. This new initiative is funded through the generosity and support of an anonymous donation and in partnership with the City of Cornwall.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10am – 4pm or by appointment.
204 Second St. East
Cornwall, ON K6H 1Y7
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.