This exhibition celebrates the influence of two prominent St. Catharines Architects, Arthur Edwin Nicholson (1881-1945) and Robert Ian MacBeth (1891-1978), on the built landscape of the Niagara Peninsula. Whether working together as the firm of Nicholson and Macbeth (circa 1918 to 1930) or independently, these two men were responsible for much of the region’s best architecture.
In the 1930s A.E. Nicholson was responsible for major alterations to Willowbank for the Bright family and for restoring the home of William Lyon Mackenzie, both in Queenston.
This exhibition will be open Monday - Saturday, 9 am til 4 pm from June 6th until August 27th.
For downloadable poster click here.