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The sculptures outside are so original and fascinating. Inside, the art gallery has two floors. The shop has various objects (jewelry, clothes, books, things related to art). Every employe was very nice. We ate there and it was good and we saw the sea from...More
This site. right on the St. Lawrence seaway, is just a few kilometers from the end of Highway 20 east (at Mont Joli). Many people miss this beautiful town with its main art gallery (Marcel Gagnon).
We typically stop here to eat at the restaurant...More
What a great little stop. Have fun taking tons of pictures outside but take a few minutes to look at the house and boat of the artist and to visit the gallery. Other artists also show their art. There a restaurant but we didn’t eat...More
Marcel Gagnon’s cement figures, standing in a long row stretching from the parking lot out into the river are strange and wonderful, and must be seen close up and from different angles to be fully appreciated. Note, too, the quirky, extravagant decoration of the two...More
First intrigued by the fabulous sculptures "walking" in from the river. At high tide some are underwater, but as the tide goes out, about 100 of the figures seem to move from the river up onto the shore. Each is unique and seems to have...More
My wife and I were staying in Sainte-Flavie and we happened upon the Centre d'Art Marcel Gagnon. What caught our eye were the concrete statues rising out of the sea at low tide. Very creative! The interior of this B&B/art gallery/restaurant was rustic and welcoming....More
Stopped by on the way back from Ste-Flavie from Jardins de Métis because... well we had to. The house with its gallery and restaurant stands out on the scenic coastal drive. The statues in the river are an engaging work of art. We decided to...More
If you are driving by, it is a great place to stop by and stretch your legs. There is a lot to see and explore at the gallery - even if you are not a fan of the arts. They offer accommodations for sleeping and...More
We like the gallery (free of charge) and the little souvenir shop. The outside of the building was also quite interesting. Didn't really know what to make of all the clay figures along the beach and in the water, though. But still a pretty interesting...More