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This is the view as one enters this large garden of the Glenhyrst Art Gallery. The art piece at the centre, called Mag's Pause, was made from scrap steel by David Hind, a young local artist, and was donated to the Art Gallery in 2007. The property is on the banks of Grand river, a two-storey red brick mansion is in the middle of a 16 acre (6.5 hectare) garden.. It was donated to the city of Brantford in 1956, and began operating as the Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant in 1986. There are several works of art and beautiful flower beds in garden, and hundreds of pictures in the gallery. The garden is named Glenhyrst, after the former owner's family home in Scotland.

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