Art in Public Places


Bubbles by Grayce Perry, in the Window of Greg Oakes’ Office,
Geddes Street, Elora, opposite the Library. Exhibited for the month of July, 2021.


“2020” is the year that the word ”Bubble” took on a whole
new meaning. Time stood still in many ways as our worlds
became smaller even as we recognized the largeness of
the global pandemic we were witnessing. I have made “the
bubbles” colourful and varied even though our struggles
were at times bleak and lonely. I did this recognizing that
each one of us was doing our best, our very best, to
survive and thrive in these most challenging of times.
For this current series, “2020” I have used acrylic inks on
watercolour paper. The pieces are for sale.

If you are
interested please be in touch.
226 868 1727


Art in the Lobby of Groves Memorial Hospital

Rotating Art Displays at the newly opened Groves memorial Community Hospital will not resume till priorities allow.

Elora Fergus Art Talks

Regretfully our Art Talks for 2001 which were much anticipated,  were cancelled due to Covid-19 Pandemic but will be rescheduled as soon as it is once more possible to meet.

Art in the Municipal Council Chamber

Art Displays will resume when the Municipal Council Chamber opens to the pubic.


Three batiks by Salem Artist Linda Risacher Copp and Water colour paintings of old Elora and Fergus by Barbara Cook

Elora Mill
large beautiful Batik of The Elora Mill