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.

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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.

Art: Food for the Soul

The Opening Reception at canary gallery for artist Amy P. Collins is Thursday, October 19 from 5-8 p.m. Amy has compiled a body of works in her impressionist style reflecting nourishment whether a chef in the kitchen, utensils from her own collection of unique salt and pepper shakers, or sumptuous vegetables. Amy believes art is food for the soul. Drop by to see what she's serving!


Why Blue Is the World's Favorite Color

Abigail Cain of the Artsy Editorial Staff writes a fantastically interesting article explaining why blue is the world's favorite color. The rationale is that most things blue are positive: a clear, blue sky, for example, or clean water. Enjoy the article which is found at and Billy Solitario's blue!

Fall Anvil by New Orleans artist Billy Solitario

Fall Anvil by New Orleans artist Billy Solitario