Voted one of the top 10 things to do in Saint John on Trip Advisor - Trinity Galleries is located on the beautiful Germain Street in the Trinity Royal Preservation area of Uptown Saint John, New Brunswick. Trinity Galleries opened its doors in December of 1995. Beth McGloan Asimakos, owner and president, graduated from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1991 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Since opening the gallery in 1995, Beth has represented some of the finest artists throughout Canada. Beth was appointed Honorary Consul of Finland for New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island in December 2015.
Featuring two levels of beautifully restored gallery space, we represent wonderful artists from the Maritimes, Canada and NYC, including Erika Toliusis, Larry Horowitz, Jennifer Hornyak, Peter Gough, Angela Morgan, Mark Brennan, Pierre Giroux, and many more.
Beth McGloan Asimakos
Owner & Curator
Beth McGloan-Asimakos graduated with a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1991. In 1995, Beth opened Trinity Galleries, and has represented some of the finest Canadian artists. In 2015, Beth was appointed Honorary Consul of Finland for New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
Trinity Gallery provides an array of services:
A three month payment plan
Complimentary gift wrapping
In-home trial period. Delivery, professional hanging and pick up (if it dosen’t suit you) courtesy of Trinity Galleries
(within Saint John, NB and surrounding area)
Professional hanging of existing collections, either at home or office.
Trinity Galleries gift certificates. Available in any amount.
Gallery available for functions.
Location In Saint John
Trinity Galleries is located in beautiful Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada a city on the Bay of Fundy. It’s known for the Reversing Rapids, a phenomenon caused by bay tides colliding with the Saint John River. Food and craft stalls fill the Saint John City Market, in an 1876 building in the city’s core. On a peninsula nearby, trails wind through Irving Nature Park’s salt marshes, volcanic rock and forests. The 1913 Imperial Theatre stages plays, concerts and dance.
Also, Saint John hosts the New Brunswick Museum which explores the province’s history and culture with exhibits on marine animals, shipbuilding and art. The Carleton Martello Tower National Historic Site includes a tower dating from the War of 1812, plus a restored powder magazine and barracks room. In the city’s north, Rockwood Park has trails, freshwater lakes and a manicured garden. Within the park, Cherry Brook Zoo houses a waterfowl habitat, reptile house and big cats. The park and other sites around the city make up the Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark, which showcases the area’s geology with opportunities for kayaking, rock climbing and zip-lining.