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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Exhibition of Gallery Artists

Fibre & textile arts Indigenous Painting Sculpture & installation Visual arts
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Oakville, ON

Directions: Trias Gallery is located at the base of the Shores Condo, right across from the Bronte Harbour Boardwalk. Paid street parking on Friday & Saturday, free parking on Sunday.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Trias Gallery is pleased to showcase Canadian Art in Oakville. We will have an exhibition of new pieces by our gallery artists - paintings in a variety of themes, glass work, bronze and a special feature of Inuit carvings from the Dorset Co-Op of Baffin Island. Don't forget to browse through the unique textile and jewelry pieces created by local artisans. The gallery director will be available to answer any questions about the works on view.



Trias Gallery

The name ‘Trias’ is derived from the Greek number for three, representing the relationship between the artist, the dealer, and the collector. The Gallery started as a partnership between Indira Roy Choudhury and Doris Gillick. Indira holds a Honours Art & Art History Degree from the University of Toronto (1991) and an Education Degree from Queen’s (1994). Beyond staging successful exhibitions at the gallery space, Trias Gallery was featured at the Toronto International Art Fair / Art Toronto for 8 years. Many may also remember the Art presentations that would appear on the movie screens of the old Cumberland Theatre in Yorkville that ran through Trias for 5 years. The work by the gallery artists also featured prominently in the first X-Men movie throughout scenes featuring Professor Xavier’s School – actually filmed in Toronto’s Casa Loma.


Indira Roy Choudhury