Since 2004, Oeno Gallery has been a recognized source for high calibre and exceptional contemporary and historical fine art. Located on Huff Estates Winery in the heart of Prince Edward County, Ontario, the gallery is a destination for collectors, art consultants and designers. Oeno Gallery is a proud member of the Art Dealers Association of Canada.
Oeno Gallery assists private and corporate collectors acquire and sell historical Canadian and international artworks of significance. The gallery has brokered sales of work by Tom Thomson, Lawren Harris, Emily Carr, Pablo Picasso, Francis Bacon and many others.
The gallery is also proud to offer contemporary painting and sculpture by exceptional mid-career and senior artists from Canada and the US. Through a schedule of exhibitions at the gallery, online and at Art Toronto, 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.
Oeno Gallery opened its Sculpture Garden at Huff Estates 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. Designed in 2010, the garden is host to sculptures in steel, stone, bronze -- all made to withstand harsh weather.
Artwork from the Sculpture Garden now graces private gardens, golf courses, condominium plazas, malls, parks and botanical gardens. From Sarasota to Sri Lanka, the gallery has shipped work of all sizes and weights. Drone footage of the garden reveals the range of abstract and figurative work available.
Oeno is host to regular exhibition openings, performances and events including the July garden celebration with jazz, food and wine. Sign up for our monthly newsletter and plan your visit to Oeno Gallery.
We look forward to working with you.
Carlyn Moulton, Owner/Curator
Sandra Goldie, Director
John McDonald, Art Consultant
Dana Charles, Logistics and Communications Director
Heather Fraser, Writer/Arts Administrator
Zachary Shunock, Digital Media Editor
Sue Hyatt, Gardener
Adam Nogrady, Gardener
Lisa Carr, Gardener
Debi McGrath, Finance