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A Gallery for all

The love of art is universal. The Sheila Boyd Gallery provides local artists to showcase their breathtaking pieces of art forever capturing a moment in history. 


Featured Artists in The Boyd Gallery​​​​:

All art exhibitions are on hold for the moment.

Check back for upcoming shows

Rental Fees


Artists $125.00/month

Daily/ $35.00


The Art Room holds approximately 40 people

Call 705-738-9482 for inquiries & bookings


​The Boyd Gallery is temporarily closed. If you would like to display your Art Work in The Gallery, we are now booking please reach out to us

April 2022 Featured Artist


Kelly Whyte

Artist Profile:

   As a young child, Kelly Whyte grew up surrounded by artistic influences in a rural community near Belleville, Ontario. Her father was a photographer and her mother a culinary master. Kelly experimented in art and engaged in painting as a young adult. She used her father’s photographs as inspiration and the lush countryside as her muse.


   A recently retired educator of 30 years, Kelly’s vision is to pursue her passion for painting local landscapes from the Kawartha Lakes and surrounding area. Her recently built studio, Rapley Fields Art Studio, is where Whyte creates bold, rich colourful oil paintings that invite the viewer into her story. Walk down a path, follow a creek or gaze at a sunset, the subject matter is familiar and comfortable.


   Kelly’s painting style leans towards realism but she also enjoys painting colourful, impressionist paintings, with oils being her main medium. She continues to experiment with a variety of mediums and learn from other local artists. Her main joy is walking, skiing and hiking, while taking copious photos for her landscape inspirations. You will find Kelly in her studio most days, painting and listening to jazz music. She lovingly refers to her studio as Shangri-la.


Kelly can be reached at

Instagram @originalsbykellywhyte or email

Original oil paintings by Kelly Whyte

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A. Sheila Boyd

Artist Profile:

The youngest child of lumber baron Mossom Martin Boyd and Ida Lillian de Grassi Boyd, ‘Miss Sheila’ - as she was known by many - spent her early years in Bobcaygeon, receiving her education firstly in the Boyd children’s school room - now the front room of the library - then Bishop Strachan in Toronto before heading overseas to Wycliffe College for Young Women in England. Excelling in mathematics, Miss Sheila preferred gardening and art; undoubtedly inherited from her mother.