The Pavilion Art Galleries in Assiniboine Park Winnipeg MB

The Pavilion has been a centre piece of Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg Manitoba for over a century. There are four art galleries inside the Pavilion, all of which are free to visit. There is the Community, the John P Crabb, Ivan Eyre galleries and...
The Pavilion has been a centre piece of Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg Manitoba for over a century. There are four art galleries inside the Pavilion, all of which are free to visit. There is the Community, the John P Crabb, Ivan Eyre galleries and even one dedicated to Winnie the Pooh. The Pavilion is home to the largest collection of works by Manitoba artists Ivan Eyre, Walter J Phillips and Clarence Tillenius.
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17 March 2024 at   Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N6, Canada
The Pavilion is a grand looking Tudor style building in the heart of Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg Manitoba. Originally built in 1908, the building was reconstructed in 1930 after a fire. Behind the Pavilion Galleries is a large greenspace which...
The Pavilion is a grand looking Tudor style building in the heart of Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg Manitoba. Originally built in 1908, the building was reconstructed in 1930 after a fire. Behind the Pavilion Galleries is a large greenspace which is home to the Lyric Theatre which hosts free shows, performances and concerts throughout the summer.
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17 March 2024 ·   1 week ago taken in   Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N6, Canada
The Winnipeg Art Club holds weekly practices and host an annual juried exhibition in the Community Gallery in the Pavilion Art Galleries in Assiniboine Park.
17 March 2024 ·   1 week ago taken in   Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N6, Canada
John P Crabb loved to collect Walter J. Phillips artwork. In 1999, he donated and sold his Walter J. Phillips colelction to the museum. As a result the museum owns the largest collection of Walter J. Phillips works anywhere.
17 March 2024 ·   1 week ago taken in   Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N6, Canada
I enjoyed Diana Thorneycroft's contemporary works on display in the John P Crabb Gallery at the Pavilion in Winnipeg. She has a series called the 'Group of Seven Awkward Moments.' This series looks at the relationship between Canadian Landscapes...
I enjoyed Diana Thorneycroft's contemporary works on display in the John P Crabb Gallery at the Pavilion in Winnipeg. She has a series called the 'Group of Seven Awkward Moments.' This series looks at the relationship between Canadian Landscapes and identity. Each diorama has a famous Canadian Group of Seven painting as the backdrop with Canadian pop culture and icons as the main character. This one features the iconic Canadian duo, Bob and Doug MacKenzie.
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17 March 2024 ·   1 week ago taken in   Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N6, Canada
In another series, Diana Thorneycroft created The Canadian Martyrdom of the Great One. This one merge iconic an Canadian landscape, like Peyto Lake in Banff, Alberta with Canadian icons like Wayne Gretzky and Canadian wildlife.
31 March 2024 ·   1 week ago taken in   Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N6, Canada
Ivan Eyre is one of Canada's most respected artists. He was also from Manitoba. The entire third floor of The Pavilions is dedicated to Ivan Eyre which houses the largest collections of his works. This landscape is called Summer Suite and was...
Ivan Eyre is one of Canada's most respected artists. He was also from Manitoba. The entire third floor of The Pavilions is dedicated to Ivan Eyre which houses the largest collections of his works. This landscape is called Summer Suite and was painted in 1979.
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17 March 2024 ·   1 week ago taken in   Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N6, Canada
The beloved character, Winnie the Pooh has a Winnipeg connection. Henry Colebourun, Canadian soldier and veterinarian had a pet bear that he named Winnipeg Bear. He named the bear after his hometown of Winnipeg which was eventually shortened to...
The beloved character, Winnie the Pooh has a Winnipeg connection. Henry Colebourun, Canadian soldier and veterinarian had a pet bear that he named Winnipeg Bear. He named the bear after his hometown of Winnipeg which was eventually shortened to Winnie.
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17 March 2024 ·   1 week ago taken in   Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N6, Canada
The Winnie the Pooh Gallery at the Pavilion in Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg, Manitoba. The exhibit features objects, archival photos and works of art.
17 March 2024 ·   1 week ago taken in   Assiniboine Park, 55 Pavilion Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2N6, Canada
The Leaf in Winnipeg, Manitoba is the city’s newest major attraction. Like the Pavilion, it is also located in Assiniboine Park. It is an award-winning, world-class attraction known as Canada's Diversity Gardens. We visited both The Leaf and The...
The Leaf in Winnipeg, Manitoba is the city’s newest major attraction. Like the Pavilion, it is also located in Assiniboine Park. It is an award-winning, world-class attraction known as Canada's Diversity Gardens. We visited both The Leaf and The Pavilion art Galleries during our visit to Assiniboine Park.
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17 March 2024 ·   1 week ago taken in   The Leaf Wy., Winnipeg, MB R3P, Canada
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