“The art I show in this gallery has to meet three criteria,” says Peter Bright, the owner of this Blue Mountain Village fine art emporium. “They have to have been shown nationally or internationally, they must be Canadian, and I have to like it.”
What’s not to like? The gallery itself is light and airy—a fireplace and seating area is hunkered down in one corner. And the work is superior.
They have a definite bias toward Quebec art—“the Quebecois love art and I love Quebecois art,” says Bright—but you also get a sense of geography.
Canada’s most famous artists, the Group of Seven, were inspired by the landscapes of nearby Georgian Bay, and you can still feel their spiritual presence when you stroll this gallery.