When 13th Street Winery opened the doors to its new retail facility on Fourth Avenue in St. Catharines in the fall of 2009, part of the owners’ vision for the new location was to provide visitors a unique experience that stimulates all the senses, not just taste. Over the years outdoor sculptures have been added to the property and most recently a new building was constructed to house a separate art gallery.
The John Mann Gallery (formerly the 13th Street Gallery) is dedicated to showcasing and selling Canadian art while providing a full range of services for art collectors. The John Mann Gallery is open daily Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm or by appointment. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website.
In November 2019, 13th Street Gallery, now the John Mann Gallery, opened its doors and now offers guests the opportunity to view and purchase a variety of paintings and sculptures that comprise the personal collection of John and June Mann. Exhibitions will change regularly with each drawing on the stories and the artists represented in their personal collection. Additional Canadian contemporary and historical art offerings will supplement the Mann’s private collection, offering something new to discover with each visit. Visit the John Mann Gallery website for further information.
Part of the vision for 13th Street Winery is to provide our guests with a unique experience that stimulates all the senses, not just taste. With this in mind, we designed the grounds surrounding the winery to feature a permanent exhibit of spectacular sculptures. We invite our guests to take a moment, perhaps with a glass of wine in hand, to explore our art collection featuring the works of Karoly Veress, Floyd Elzinga, Dan Solomon, Ken Hall, Ronald Boaks and Ilan Averbuch.
The Gallery Room Table in the Bakery Farmhouse
The focal point of the Gallery Room, located in the Bakery Farmhouse, is the majestic 18-foot, 1300 lb (half-ton) solid slab hardwood table made from Indonesian hardwood. The wood is a tropical hardwood known as Kayu Meh; Kayu means wood in Indonesia and Meh is the species of tree. It is not cut from the rainforest but rather grows very fast and is found on small farms and in villages much like a Maple tree in Canada. This impressive table seats 20 people comfortably and is ideal for a private dinner or corporate meeting.