Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery

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Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery

Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery is an art gallery in Town of Markham, Ontario. The art gallery is named after an artist from the Group of Seven, Frederick Varley. The gallery is located on Unionville Main St. The gallery features a frequent changing of displays of the artwork done by local, national, and international artists. The gallery offers group tours, school programs, studio courses and workshops, courses and lectures, and family activities.

The art gallery encompassed the historical figure Kathleen McKay's residence, built in the 1840s, and later became home to Frederick Varley.

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