Colville House

Photograph of exterior of Colville House

Photograph of Colville's studio

Photograph of exhibit space in Colville House

Colville House was the home of Canadian artist Alex Colville, his wife Rhoda, and their four children, from 1949 to 1973. In the modest attic studio of this house, Alex Colville painted many of his most renowned artworks including Horse and Train and Nude and Dummy. Today Colville House is open to the public as a site devoted to Colville and his art.

Colville House is a small house, with all exhibits featured on the first floor. These include the installation of the artist's studio as he left it at the time of his death in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Tours of Colville House are self-guided, and thematic cards provide context for objects on view. Visitors may spend as much or little time as desired.

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Hours

Daily 1-5 pm June to August
Closed Holidays

76 York Street
Sackville, New Brunswick

Admission is free

Accessibility
There are two steps to the entrance of Colville House which do not have a ramp or a handrail.
Our bathrooms, located on the second floor are not accessible. These bathrooms are gender neutral. One flights of stairs leads to the second floor.

The Colville House welcomes guide dogs and other service animals.

Large print copies of wall labels and thematic cards are available from the Colville House attendant for use in the exhibits.

For further information please contact the Owens front desk, 506-364-2574.

Parking

There are two reserved parking spaces in the Hillcrest Parking Lot, located next to the Colville House. See the Campus Map for Visitor Parking.

Photography

Photography, for personal use only, is permitted in the Colville House.

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