Whetung Ojibwa Crafts and Art Gallery located on the Curve Lake First Nation Territory. I have visited their website a number of times in the past while researching First Nation authors, but didn't imagine that I would be able to visit.
I was amazed by the wide variety of arts to be found there. At first glance the building seemed a fair size, but once in the doors, it kept going and going. There is a large gallery on the main level with hundreds of painting and other works by dozens of artists. I could have spent hours gazing on them and then could have started at the beginning and looked again. I wanted to purchase a painting, but there were just too many that I loved to decide on only one. I did purchase a book The Bootlegger Blues: A Play by Drew hayden Taylor. Also bought a mug that features the art work of Norval Morrisseau, Man Changes into Thunderbird.
Petroglyph Site that is overseen by the Curve Lake members. A petroglyph is essentially a carving in rock. This picture of the glyphs is from Geology.com.