The Gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday from 12 noon - 5:00 p.m. We are closed on holiday weekends.
John Hartman
​​John Hartman was born in 1950 in Ontario. He had his first one man show in 1979, taught painting part-time at Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario and since then, has worked as an artist full-time.

 His work follows the great Canadian landscape tradition established by the Group of Seven and later by David Milne, as they all explored the Georgian Bay region and were profoundly influenced by its natural beauty. He has gained an international reputation for his compelling aerial urban landscapes. His panoramic exploration of cities brings our contemporary human footprint on the land into clear focus. His expressive paintings and prints are often narrative and push the boundaries of the medium in honest yet inventive ways. They also reveal a love of the land, which lies at the very essence of his work.


For more information, visit his website​

For information on available prints, please visit our AFK Editions​​​. 

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