Homer Watson was a self-educated man who liked to do art. This museum is partially dedicated to his life and works, and partially supported by the art gallery in the other rooms. They sell the art and they also conduct classes. If I lived closer I'd be taking the lad there for some art instruction fun.
Anyways, Homer Watson was "the man who first saw Canada as Canada" painting landscape paintings in his own style not in the European manner. He loved Canada and painting scenes from around the Grand River.
Anyways, Three paintings there. The lad, Our Student and myself talked over which one we liked best.
The rest of the gallery was dedicated to works by other artists. Some of them are below.
Suggested donation is $5 to go in. There's plenty to see but it IS a small gallery. The staff are friendly and helpful, especially if you ask anything about Homer Watson. For more information see their website.