About Us

Since 2003, Oeno Gallery has been a recognized source for exceptional contemporary and fine art by mid-career and senior artists. Located on Huff Estates Winery in the heart of Prince Edward County, Ontario, the gallery and 3-acre sculpture garden is a destination for collectors, art consultants and designers. 

Milly Ristvedt, Shayne Dark, Jeremy Guy, Otto Rogers, Paul Fournier, Marcel Barbeau, Peter Hoffer, Pat Service, Fiona Ackerman, John Paul Robinson, Derya Ozparlak, Viktor Mitic, Charles Pachter, and Philippe Pallafray are just a few fine Canadian artists Oeno Gallery is honoured to represent.

Through a schedule of exhibitions at the gallery, our online presence, and participation in art fairs, Oeno is able to bring this work to an international audience. We have built relationships with art buyers around the world -- across Canada and the US, Europe, Hong Kong, Australia, and the Middle East.


We opened our Sculpture Garden in 2011, providing a unique outdoor gallery from which large-scale artwork has been acquired for private and corporate properties. On three acres of winding paths, sculptures by Canadian and American artists are framed by wild grasses and garden beds brimming with sage and lavender.

We acknowledge that we work, live, meet and create on the traditional territory of the Anishnaabeg, Wendat and Haudenosaunee Peoples and adjacent to the Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk) community of Tyendinaga. Oeno Gallery is committed to the support and advancement of Indigenous artists in Prince Edward County and beyond. Our work will be guided by the 94 Calls to Action proposed by the Truth & Reconciliation Commission of Canada. We also recognize the primacy of the 46 Articles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People and in particular, Articles 11 & 31 pertaining to Arts and Culture.


Community & Inclusivity

Oeno Gallery is committed to ensuring a safe, inclusive and inviting experience for ALL visitors! We are proud to be an 2SLGBTQI+ friendly business that celebrates individuality and is a space for inspiration, connection, and discovery. We are queer owned and operated company that is dedicated to our vibrant and growing community. We offer a unique outdoor sculpture garden experience, in addition to our ever-changing indoor gallery exhibitions, that are free to the public. We strive to be accessible in our space  - with wheelchair accessible entrance and bathroom -  and in our approach to welcoming all clients. 

We are proud sponsors of youth programs, having sponsored the County Clippers girls basketball team and County Dolphins, a program that helps subsidize cost and increase access to youth swimming lessons. In addition we sponsor an arts scholarship via the County Community Foundation and notably the Otto Rogers award for achievements in the arts. Most recently we assisted with raising funds for Save the Children in Ukraine, with a special exhibition of artist Noreen Taylor, who generously donated net proceeds of her art sales in aid of children made homeless in recent conflicts. We also have supported the Syrian PEC program, which helps Syrian refugee families re-locate to the area, and the upcoming fundraising Gala for the Picton library expansion.

We proudly sponsored the queer led cabaret festival 'We're Funny That Way' in their performance at Base31, featuring the talented work of comedians, musicians, and drag queens, all in celebration of 2SLGBTQI+ community. We are committed to hiring practices that reflect inclusion, and align to these practices through programs such as Career Edge, Inspire and Canada Summer Jobs.


Meet the Oeno Gallery Team

Carlyn Moulton - Curator and Secondary Market
Dana Charles - 
Manager, Gallery Communications, Operations and Logistics
Zachary Shunock - 
Client Services Manager and Sculpture Garden Coordinator
John Peter McDonald - 
Manager, Client Relationships
Laura Mather - Senior Sales Associate
Matthias Flynn - Digital Content Specialist 
Erika Whitley - Social Media and Content Marketing Manager
Rosalie Maheux - Graphic Design and French Communications
Harry Tammel - Art Preparator and Installation
Debra Mathews - Writer/Video Producer
Trevor Harris - Videographer and Photographer
Rachel Reid and Robin Ferguson - Finance
Adam Nogrady - Manager, Landscaping and Gardens

We look forward to working with you!

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Oeno Gallery was founded in 2003 by Carlyn Moulton and Barbara Basille. The gallery provided an opportunity to bring attention to artists they had collected over the years. Carlyn has had a lifelong engagement with the arts, first as a graduate student studying symbols and iconography, then as member of the Women’s Cultural Building Collective, a consultant with the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council, Nightwood Theatre board member, and freelance writer and editor with several Canadian publications and organizations.

The Gallery first opened in PEC on Old Orchard Road, and then moved to our current location in 2009. The sculpture garden was built in 2011. We will expand to include a second location in 2022.