LIFE DRAWING AT
THE CRAIG GALLERY
Come to The Craig for the next Blue Monday of the year on Monday, January 29th, 7-9pm. There really is nothing better than drawing from a live model. We have table easels and newsprint, bring your own mark-making materials. Limited spaces
PLEASE RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat.
$5.00 drop in. Doors close at 6:50pm!
Join us for two exhibits opening next Wednesday, January 31, 7-9pm:
Ceramic Sculpture by Nancy Roberts
In The Craig Main Gallery
Opening Wednesday, January 31, 7-9pm – Exhibit runs through February 24th, 2018
“…fish towers say something about exuberance and abundance. On encoun-ter and on a surface level, they seem to make people happy.The implied watery medium relates to the unconscious (in some schools of psy-chology), and gives us the idea of our teeming unconscious lives. A tower of dry, fossil-like fish speaks to past lives, busyness stilled.”
RELIQUARIES & ASSEMBLAGES BY Su Rogers
in The Craig Case Galleries
Opening Wednesday, January 31, 7-9pm- Exhibit runs through February 24th, 2018
“Fishermen on the East Coast of Canada inspired my work. Because I wanted to pay homage to them, using hand made artifacts from the fishing industry, I titled several pieces under the umbrella of Historia Atlantica. Each piece has a title from a vessel on the South Shore of NS tellingly indicating the different frames of mind of each captain. I decided to do a series …transforming vintage medicine cabinets – as discrete museums. These cabinets serve as cautionary environmental tales or parables if you will.”
– Su Rogers
The Craig Gallery, Alderney Landing, 2 Ochterloney Street, , Dartmouth, Nova Scotia