KM 20, Highway 60 Algonquin Provincial Park
Next to Found Lake, there sits a giant, hollow sculpture made of stone. Created in 1953, this work of art was the original Park Museum. In 2005, new life was breathed into its earthly presence – as the Algonquin Art Centre! The Algonquin Art Centre has an indoor gallery, consisting of three wings and a boutique; an outdoor gallery; and a “Green” Gazebo where you can treat yourself to various tasty treats, teas and coffees, or participate in one of the many scheduled art activities for both adults and children.
67 Main Street East, Huntsville
Artisans of Muskoka began as a project for a woodworker, painter, leather worker, textile artist, and potter and a stained glass artist. Combining their talents they opened their doors to exhibit their art along with the works of other Muskoka artists and artisans.
Huntsville, Lake of Bays, Algonquin Park
A unique outdoor trail that features over 90 incredible mural replicas showcasing the works of the Group of Seven painters and the gentleman who inspired them, Tom Thomson.
170 Breisacher Road, Huntsville
Nestled in the woods just 10 kms from Downtown Huntsville, The Shutterbug Gallery will stir your senses. In addition to a wedding portfolio that will make you want to get married all over again, the walls of the Gallery are filled with intriguing landscapes from Muskoka and beyond.
320 Lindgren Road East, Huntsville
Handmade stoneware pottery made locally since 1975. Featuring special individual pieces as well as a line of functional pots, including square dinnerware, pots for the kitchen, table, and garden. Many sizes and types of vases and planters are always in stock, and stoneware bathroom sinks in three sizes and many glaze combinations are either in stock or ready to be fired.
83 Morgan’s Road, Huntsville
705.789.1727 or 1.866.311.1727
Pam Carnochan’s Watercolours with Wool are inspired by the natural beauty that surrounds her in Muskoka. She takes wool from her sheep, dyes it and creates truly original landscapes. She intuitively paints the landscapes that help shape her life in the woods. She also offers workshops in this medium for groups of 5 or more. It is fun for all ages and is also excellent art therapy in the truest form, where everyone can achieve a work art in only 1 ½ hours.
1811 Aspdin Road, Utterson
Think Muskoka Studio exhibits the fine work of artisan Ted Tiemessen. Many of Ted’s stained-glass pieces incorporate glass, quartz and wood…the three are blended together to create individual and unique gifts.
78 Main Street East, Huntsville
Two Horse Gallery is located in the heart of Huntsville, Muskoka, Ontario, at the intersection of Main & Brunel Streets, and showcases a stable of resident artists, including a watercolour painter, a potter, a jeweller and a photographer.