For more than 30 years, annually, at Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, Montreal, we would host for two weeks non-selling exhibitions. They usually focused on one artist and occasionally on a group of artists. The objective was to offer a study of an artist and encourage anyone including art students, teachers, collectors and a general public to come to our gallery. This was our way of trying to be known as an approachable, user-friendly art gallery business where one was invited to come in whether or not one was a buyer or seller of fine art. With our limited resources it is a considerable amount of work to organize these shows and was followed by a commitment of two weeks during which the gallery was essentially a museum with nothing to sell, except perhaps good will. It is in that same spirit that we offer Fine Art & Hockey: A Point of View.

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