Maud Lewis – Open Now by Appointment Only!

by Shelby Smith


The Douglas Family Art Centre is now open for the Maud Lewis exhibition by appointment only!  

Each appointment will be 1 hour long, so be sure to factor in some time for the gift shop as we have some brand new Maud Lewis items including mugs, pins, keychains, socks, cards, and books!  Appointments can be booked Tuesday – Saturday for the following time slots:

  • 10am-11am
  • 11am-12pm
  • 1-2pm
  • 2-3pm
  • 3-4pm
  • 4-5pm

To book your time, please call the Art Centre at (807) 467-2201.  Regular admission fees apply.  Maximum 4 people per appointment.

The Lake of the Woods Museum remains closed at this time, but staff can be reached via email.

Image: Maud Lewis (1903 – 1970). UNTITLED (Black Cat with Tulips and Apple Blossoms). c. 1962. Oil on board. 34 × 37.5 cm (13 3/8 × 14 3/4 in.) Private Collection – Nova Scotia. Image © Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

Click here to read more about the MAUD LEWIS exhibition at the Douglas Family Art Centre.

Did you know?

Kenora was once claimed by Ontario and by Manitoba. Both provinces claimed the area between 1878 and 1884. The case was resolved in 1884 by Queen Victoria’s Privy Council, the highest court in the world at the time.

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