Painting titled Things Put Aside by Larry Sherman, artist in Brockville Ontario

Kincaid Gallery

Larry Sherman wanted to feature his artwork exclusively after running a successful gallery and frame shop for 30 years.  Kincaid Gallery opened its doors just over 10 years ago, and houses Larry’s extensive collection of original artwork, as well as…


About Larry

Larry Sherman is an artist with a deep love for the Canadian rural landscape. Born and educated in Brockville, Ontario, Larry has spent more than four decades maintaining a gallery in Brockville’s commercial district. His first gallery located in Sheridan…


Original Artwork

Larry is best known for his deft composition and sensitive handling of colour and light complexities with strong attention to minute detail.  His recognized talents have led to exhibitions of Larry’s work in galleries in Toronto, Calgary, Ottawa and Kingston.…

Sunday At The Mill

The River Series prints, on sale now!

Click the link and view the series. Contact Kincaid Gallery for information on purchase and shipping.

River Series

" It is my mission to preserve whatever I can of our past so that others like myself, who appreciate heritage, may enjoy what precious little is left of this land of ours'."

- Larry M. Sherman


"Our community is especially lucky; this is a true artist and celebrity in our midst. Brockville can lay claim to so many accomplished artists; Larry Sherman is definitely the best kept secret we have in our city. In this age of uncertainty, Larry Sherman is able to give this community a 'reality check.' He records history with his artwork;he preserves our community's landscape for our children and is a true treasure for Brockville."

- - Jacqui Lysko of Living in Brockville magazine, 2009

"Mr. Sherman is more than a mere painter of pictures. He is an artist in the true sense of the word. As an artist he tries to convey a message with his pictures, pictures of a vanishing rural heritage he would like to see preserved...He is an artist because he has created a unique method of putting together his work."

- Don Earle of the Recorder and Times, 1977