Culture, Arts & Heritage

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(450) 538-2563

7, Academy, Sutton QC J0E 2K0

Thu to Sun 11am to 5pm (summer hours)

Arts Sutton is a treasure trove of contemporary art. The gallery holds about 10 exhibitions per year, showing artists of the Eastern Townships as well as nationally and internationally recognized artists.

450 538-0800

548 Perkins, Sutton, QC

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(450) 538-5799

234 ch. Maple, Sutton, QC

Monday Pasta: 5pm-8pm | Friday & Saturday 6pm-8:30pm | Tue & Sun: 6pm - 8pm

Country setting 2 km from the village, 11 rooms with double beds and private bathroom, restaurant, Wifi, outdoor pool, and meeting room.

Coeur Du Village (1)

(450) 538-0486

4-C, rue Maple, Sutton (QC)

Le Coeur du Village, a not-for-profit art centre, first opened its doors to artists and audiences in December 2003.Our mission is to provide the community of Sutton with a place to reach the artist in all of us.

David James (1)

(450) 538-6665

1801, Alderbrooke, Sutton, QC

By appointment

David James is a sculptor who works in glass and stone. His sculptures have been designated as cultural objects of national importance by the federal ministry, Heritage Canada.

Ébénisterie Bingen

(450) 538-6843

131 Brookfall, Sutton, QC

May be visited by appointment

Refurbishment and reproduction of antique furniture

forgedoll04

(450) 538-0891

1057, Route de la Vallée, Sutton Junction QC

Week days: 9am to 5pm | Sat by appointement

Art from fire. Pieces inspired by their eventual location. Special orders accepted. All work based on actual specific and precise plans.

art_libre1s

(450) 538-6660

6C, Pine, Sutton QC

Thu to Sun 11 am to 5 pm

Art Libre specializes in contemporary art, showing the work of its founders: Myriam Bardoul, Francine Denault, Nicole Côté and Louise-Andrée Roberge. The space is taken up by art in all its forms: paintings, watercolors, pastels, sculptures…everything is elegant and original.

imagiers1s

(450) 538-1771

19, Principale Nord, Sutton QC J0E 2K0

Thu to Sun 11am to 5pm

Les Imagiers is more than just a gallery. Owner François Brisson paints on the premises almost every day. He welcomes questions from visitors and will even give a personal tour. The gallery also shows the work of about 10 other painters and sculptors, many of them local