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About the Gallery

Gallery owner, Beth McGloan Asimakos has been appointed Honorary Consul to Finland for New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
As we celebrate 21 years in business, we are so happy the Consulate of Finland is now located within Trinity Galleries!
Located in the Trinity Royal Preservation area of Uptown Saint John, New Brunswick, Trinity Galleries opened its doors in December of 1995. Our street level accessibility with large floor to ceiling front windows, makes Trinity Galleries a welcoming sight for visitors.

Featuring two levels of beautifully restored gallery space, we represent a wonderful array of Canadian artists and the Maritime provinces including Peter Gough, Angela Morgan, Jennifer Hornyak, Sophie Paquet, Mark Brennan, Kristina Boardman, Sarah Kidner, Heather Sayeau, Monika Wright, as well as new artists to the gallery - Peter Cunningham and Larry Horowitz, both from New York City, whose work features our beautiful Maritime Provinces.

Also, look for an extension of Trinity Galleries hanging exclusively at the Rossmount Inn, St. Andrew's, NB and Decimal 81, Princess St. Saint John.

Owner / President:   Beth McGloan Asimakos
  (BFA  NSCAD 1991)

Honorary Consul of Finland for
New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island

Additional Services

- Worldwide shipping

- Up to four - six month payment plan option

- Complimentary gift wrapping

- In-home trial period

- Delivery and professional hanging courtesy of Trinity Galleries.(Within southern NB)

- Private viewings

- please email for after hours appointments

- Professional hanging of existing collections,
either at home or office.

- Commissioning an artist

- Trinity Galleries gift certificates available in any amount.

- Gallery available for functions. Please call to inquire.

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...Barbara Pratt, (artist) left and Beth McGloan Asimakos, (Owner/Art Dealer) on the right.
Trinity Galleries - Atlantic Canadian Art