Kingston’s largest commercial gallery with over 200 pieces of art on display. A friendly atmosphere featuring works by 15 talented local artists in oils, acrylics and encautics. Wine and cheese openings for artists’ shows every two months.
Originally the main gallery was a carriage way, a tall and narrow passage for horses to go through to their stables. Behind the shop is “The Mews,” a large limestone building that is a converted horse’s stable, now used for the framing workshop. In 2007, an area in the Mews became available and was turned into “The Warehouse Gallery.” It functions as an overflow gallery, displaying more work and larger pieces of Gallery Raymond’s regularly featured artists.
This section is open by appointment and during the bi-annual “Art After Dark” gallery tours sponsored by Kingston’s Downtown Business Association.