Ottawa Bagelshop and Deli – Where Gourmet Food, Community and Fine Art Go Hand-in-Hand


Over 300 customers pass through Ottawa’s bagel institution, Ottawa Bagelshop and Deli, every day. Along with enjoying their quality products and family friendly atmosphere, bagel lovers will now be able to enjoy original Canadian art from the Canada Council Art Bank collection.

IMG_4384Inspired by the family related St-Viateur Bagel in Montreal, Ottawa Bagelshop and Deli in Wellington Village was the first in Ontario to offer a hand rolled and wood-burning bagel.

 

The Bagelshop is using original Canadian artwork to offer clientele a deeper sense of their business and values beyond gourmet food – those of family and community.

Two works by Paul Sisetski in the dining room, Good Sportsman and Barber (1990), acrylic on paper Two works by Paul Sisetski in the dining room, Good Sportsmanship and Barber (1990), acrylic on paper

 

Octavian, CanadaOctavian, Canada (2005), by Ottawa photographer, Pedro Isztin

 

IMG_2390Young art appreciators captivated by Brenda Kennedy’s Old Woman with Baguette and Dog (1985),
graphite and coloured pencil on paper

 

Navigating by our GrandmothersNavigating by our Grandmothers (2000) by Winnipeg-born, Ottawa-based artist, Rosalie Favell

 

The Art Bank is a national, corporate, full-service art rental program. See how we have transformed workspaces. Contact us to today to book a free consultation with one of our expert Art Consultants.

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