About Us


Crescent Hill Gallery proudly celebrates the works and talents of living Canadian artists. Exquisite works of art are offered in oil, acrylic and encaustic, and are further enhanced by Crescent Hill Gallery’s award-winning framing. For the past 35 plus years, the Gallery has been instrumental in introducing beauty into the homes of its discerning collectors. Satisfying a broad price spectrum, Crescent Hill Gallery offers a solid cross-section of work created by both mid-career and established Canadian artists.


A reputation for providing a professional, objective opinion and exceptional value has resulted in a fiercely loyal client base.  “Ours is a rewarding business that emanates from sharing the love of beautiful artistic creations. We counsel our collectors to purchase art simply because when they look at the piece, they feel good about it. We encourage them to take the art home to see how it feels in their own environment. We take pride in our consulting services which often involve visits to our clients’ homes to help determine fit or to offer advice on placement within a space or collection.”

Visiting art galleries can sometimes be intimidating – not so at Crescent Hill Gallery. “We don’t recommend that art be purchased solely as an investment”. “The decision to purchase art has to be for personal enjoyment and any appreciation in value should be considered an unexpected bonus.”

Artists and clients alike enjoy nurturing relationships with Crescent Hill. The Gallery’s annual Evening With The Artists brings patrons and artists together to celebrate the impact that art has on their lives. An enjoyable and sincere gallery experience will always be found at Crescent Hill Gallery.

-- excerpt from 2008 Profiles of Distinction Magazine


Crescent Hill Gallery In the Media...

West of the City Magazine "In the Crowd" Includes Snapshots from the Elizabeth Lennie: Solo Show 

July 2015, West of the City Magazine

Mississauga gallery brings in renowned artist for first ever public workshop

March 19, 2015, Misissauga.com



Down to a Fine Art

Spring 2015, OurHomes Mississauga Magazine 

Enthusiasts enjoy evening with artists

March 5, 2010, Mississauga News

Art lovers gathered in Erindale last night for the 12th annual Evening with the Artists at the Crescent Hill Gallery.

Guests were able to enjoy a glass of wine and talk to several renowned artists including Maya Eventov, Bill Saunders, Marie-Claude Boucher, Peter Panov, Dina Shubin, Miguel Freitas, Mila Kovac, Jordan Hicks, Bob Arrigo, Jacky MacDonald, Tom Kerwin, Cyril Cox, Vladan Ignaovic, Maureen McNeil, Heather Haynes, Michael Rozenvain, Henri Lobo, Eduard Gurevich, Ken Kirschm, Nemo and Irena Koulikov.

The gallery also introduced new pieces from emerging artists Carole Arnston, Harold Braul, Michael Foers, Mark Berens and David Thai.

Gallery hosts anticipated exhibition

November 16, 2010

Mississauga's Crescent Hill Gallery will open its new exhibition, featuring the works of artists Peter Panov and Harold Braul, this weekend.

Gallery director Megan Sinnett, a past winner of the MARTY Emerging Visual Arts award, said the work of the two artists naturally lent itself to the exhibit, Everybody's Got a Story to Tell.

"Their work deals with narrative and stories based on experience," said Sinnett. "There's a great deal of depth to their work, beyond the images they paint, and they're two of my favourite gallery artists."
Opening receptions are Friday, from 6-9 p.m., and Saturday, from n
oon-4 p.m. The artists will be in attendance.

The exhibition continues until the end of the month.
Crescent Hill has carried the art of Panov for a number of years. He typically works in acrylic, with some mixed-media pieces, and Sinnett described his style as drawing some of its inspiration from the Cubism movement.

Braul has been with the gallery for about a year. Sinnett said he works in oil and enjoys depicting the "urban landscape" with fluid brush strokes.
Sinnett said Panov doesn't release new paintings on a regular basis, so his fans are eager to see what he's created.
"We haven't even put photos of his new work on the website yet," said Sinnett. "It seems like people are eagerly waiting to see his new pieces and we've had a number of calls and people coming into the gallery early (to inquire)."