Exhibits

rosberg gallery_0.JPGThe Rosberg Gallery is located at the Victoria Avenue Branch of the Niagara Falls Public Library. Dedicated to the memory of Harold David Rosberg and Joseph Lyon Rosberg, businessmen from the City of Niagara Falls, the gallery features a monthly exhibition of visual art from the Niagara Region, as well as, special traveling exhibits. If you are interested in having your work displayed in the Gallery please read the following links for further information.

 

Art Exhibit Policy    Application Form

 

Street Display

June Display - Niagara Falls Summer Trillium Recognition Program

The Niagara Falls Summer Trillium Recognition program recognizes beautiful local landscapes.

Nominate a property online HERE.
Nomination deadline: July 1, 2019

Trillium Landscape Recognition program plus bird figurine

Rosberg Gallery Exhibits

June Display - Métis Art & Culture by Brian Kon

The Métis are known as the "flower beadwork people" for their elaborately decorated clothing and possessions. Brian's style of visual art is "Dot Art", which is a modern version of traditional beadwork. Many of the designs in Brian's paintings can be traced to beadwork found on historic Métis clothing and possessions.

In addition to painting, Brian enjoys photography and sketching. He also makes traditional Métis clothing using materials and techniques once used by Métis fur traders from the 1700s and 1800s. Samples of his works can be seen when Brian attends both traditional and non-traditional indigenous ceremonies.

The Rosberg Gallery Exhibit runs June 1st - June 30th 
For more information, please visit Brian's website.
 

Forgotten dot art painting
FORGOTTEN - Acrylic on canvas - A tribute to the children who were sent to Indian Residential Schools.