Blair Atherholt Solo Show

Canary Gallery is pleased to announce the Solo Show of artist Blair Atherholt at Canary Gallery on Thursday, March 8 from 5-8 p.m. Blair's artistic focus is concentrated primarily on traditional still life painting, however, as you can see from the work below, contemporary, fantastic and imaginative elements find their way into each of his works.

  Ascension  by Blair Atherholt

Ascension by Blair Atherholt

Lots of activity at Canary Gallery in the Month of February

This is a busy month at Canary Gallery.

On Thursday, February 8, beginning at 7 p.m., writer Catenya McHenry will host a launch and book signing event for her book Married to a Narcissist Enduring the Struggle and Finding You Again. See for details. The event is open to the public; reservations are recommended.

On Friday and Saturday, February 9 and 10, Canary Gallery is closed for two private events. 

On Thursday, February 15, One Village Partners has reserved the Gallery for their nonprofit event.

And print maker Debra Riffe has been creating her magical prints which will be showcased on Tuesday, February 20 from 5-8 p.m. Stop by to meet Debra and see her new works!

 tug o war by print maker Debra Riffe

tug o war by print maker Debra Riffe

Happy Ground Hog Day!

Ground Hog Day is one of my favorite celebrations! And while Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow earlier this morning and predicts six more weeks of winter, I choose to await the prognostication of our own Birmingham Bill for the prediction of future weather.

At Canary Gallery we love celebrations. It is our privilege to be the chosen venue for events ranging from a Birthday event for a 2 year old and a 90 year old; Weddings; Engagement Parties; Political Fundraisers; Book signings and Corporate Events. Shared below are photographs of some of the amazing events hosted with us.

For information on renting Canary Gallery go to and click on the events link or call 205.224.5300. 


What are the chances . . .

What are the chances that young entrepreneur Ryan O'Hara of Big Spoon Creamery walks into Canary Gallery to serve his sammies as a wedding dessert only to find a painting of his employee scooper Hannah Weems?! Artist Amy Collins was taken with Hannah as a perfect resource for one of her paintings recently showcased as a work in her Art is Food for the Soul themed exhibit at the Gallery.

Ryan shared his discovery with Hannah and while taking a break from her studies, Hannah brought her Father into Canary Gallery to view the painting of her. Needless to say, the painting was a wonderful surprise Christmas gift for Hannah's Mother!


Painting by Amy P. Collins entitled One Scoop or Two?

Sarah Cook's article in StyleBlueprint Birmingham recommends Canary Gallery as a Top 10 place to take out-of-town guests during the Holidays!

Sarah Cook, writer for StyleBlueprint Birmingham, suggests a break in the holiday festivities, or perhaps in addition to those activities, by visiting Canary Gallery. Birmingham is such a wonderful surprise to out of town visitors and sometimes to those of us who have lived here for many years.

Follow this link to Sarah's article: 

Currently showcased at Canary are the works of abstract artist Isabelle Gautier. Isabelle's work is available to view and for sale until January 23, 2018. Contact the Gallery for details 205.224.5300.


   Less Is More #7   by  Isabelle Gautier

Less Is More #7 by Isabelle Gautier

What do you see in a painting?

Evalynn Ngamau, student at the Alabama School of Fine Arts and volunteer at the Birmingham Museum of Art, visited Canary Gallery and discovered a symbol in the works of artist Isabelle Gautier, namely: a scarf. A first generation in her family from Kenya, Evalynn was moved by the influence Africa held on Isabelle's paintings.


Isabelle's works will be on exhibit for 30 days; please visit Canary Gallery to view her incredible paintings.