The general store was once the original big box retailer; only it came complete with gossip and a place to tie up your horse. In Grey County, the general store culture is still thriving today. They have reinvented themselves to be everything a modern retailer cannot be, which makes them so much fun, and delicious.
Guest curated by David G. Taylor, this exhibition shows how prints are made, and how to recognize the various techniques. It illustrates the differences between the types of original prints, (not to be confused with reproductions that are also commonly referred to as prints). The prints in this exhibition are a small selection chosen from the Tom Thomson Art Gallery's collection of over seven hundred prints by Canadian artists. David G. Taylor is a Gallery volunteer. He is a former Director/Curator of several galleries in Ontario.