Grey Highlands Public Library Digital Collections
Local Colour Art Gallery, Flesherton
Description
Creator
David Prentice, Photographer
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
After a brief visit to Flesherton Carol Wood, Doug Barret and daughter Zoe were compelled to purchase the commercial building at 20 Collingwood St. Here they opened a shop called Local Colour that presented the work of local craftspeople. Keegan, Carol and David Turner’s son, joined the family and grew up in Flesherton. The store has been open for 20 years. When Flashtown , Clark Rogers gallery, closed Carol Wood and David Turner opened The Flesherton Art Gallery at 20 Collingwood St.
Date of Original
c.2008
Date Of Event
c.1980
Subject(s)
Local identifier
local-colour72.jpg
Collection
Split Rail Country Volume 2
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.2612 Longitude: -80.5497
Donor
David Prentice
Contact
Grey Highlands Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

101 Highland Drive

Box 280 Flesherton, ON

519-924-2241

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Local Colour Art Gallery, Flesherton


After a brief visit to Flesherton Carol Wood, Doug Barret and daughter Zoe were compelled to purchase the commercial building at 20 Collingwood St. Here they opened a shop called Local Colour that presented the work of local craftspeople. Keegan, Carol and David Turner’s son, joined the family and grew up in Flesherton. The store has been open for 20 years. When Flashtown , Clark Rogers gallery, closed Carol Wood and David Turner opened The Flesherton Art Gallery at 20 Collingwood St.