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Hello from Crescent Clay Studio in East Dover, NS With lots of changes in the past few months just letting you know my studio is now open by chance or by appointment. While in isolation I created some new work which will make you smile. I’m on instagram posting almost daily and facebook links below just message me for pricing etc. #crescentclay
I’m currently offering one day meditation and clay workshops. My limit is no more than 5 people. If you have 4 people you know who would like to come and create for a one day workshop let’s chat, I’m very flexible with time, dates etc.
This summer you can find my creations at these Gallerys/Shops most are offering online sales/curbside pickups and mail delivery.
-HarvestGallery, 462 Main St., Wolfville, NS http://www.harvestgallery.ca/searchresults.php?artistId=1737&start=1
-Made in the Maritimes, several locations, Halifax, Bayer’s Lake and Peggys Cove, https://madeinthemaritimes.com/
-Rhubarb Restaurant, 8650 Peggy’s Cove Rd., Indian Harbour, NS http://www.rhubarbrestaurant.ca/
-Harbour General Store and Restaurant, 8454 Peggy’s Cove Rd., Indian Harbour, https://harbourgeneralstore.ca/
-Details Fine Art Gallery, 166 Richmond St., Charlottetown, PEI
Come and visit me at this up coming show and sale, I’ll be working it July 13 and on July 18th I’ll be giving a demo from 12 to 2 pm
Friday 1pm to 8pm ~ Saturday & Sunday Noon to 5pm
~ Monday 1pm to 5pm
The St. Margaret’s Bay Community Enterprise Centre
5229 St. Margaret’s Bay Road, Unit 1, Upper Tantallon (Redmonds Plaza)
Have a safe and happy summer hope to see ya soon take care
Mary Jane Lundy
At Chester Art Centre, we want to continue to reassure you that we have been carefully following government rules and recommendations to manage the risks of COVID-19. We are working hard to ensure everyone at the centre is safe and healthy. That means when you come by, we recommend you wear a safe (but lovely) mask, sanitize your hands, and keep the fashionable 6-foot distance.
Doors Wide Open runs July 9-23. We’re so excited to share the wonderful collection that is coming in the doors!
If you couldn’t join us on opening day, not to worry – there’s plenty of opportunity to come in and see what everyone’s talking about!
In-person Exhibit hours are:
Monday to Friday: by chance, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday July 11 and July 18: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sunday July 12 and July 19: 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Virtual (Zoom) exhibit tours available. We know not everyone can be here in person, so if you want a virtual tour, drop us a line at email@example.com and we will set you up!
First Zoom Tour scheduled for Friday, July 10, 1 p.m. (AST)
Link is here:
Topic: Doors Wide Open Community Art Exhibit Virtual Tour
Time: Jul 10, 2020 01:00 PM Halifax
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 890 2137 5945
Yours in imagination,
THE NEW PEER GALLERY
PEER GALLERY HAS MOVED
ACROSS THE STREET!
YOU WILL FIND US AT
166 LINCOLN STREET, LUNENBURG
WE ARE NOW OPEN 12:30 – 4:30,
WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY
OPEN STUDIO and GARDEN TOUR
at my home:
Saturday July 11 and Sunday July 12
726 West Pennant Road
(a half hour from the Armdale Roundabout)
Noon to 5pm
Artwork in all sizes including a large selection of small Encaustics (paintings made with beeswax and pigment).
Lots of room to social distance.
Large perennial gardens front and back, Japanese Maples, Rhododendrons, flowering Dogwood trees, and a riot of Foxgloves everywhere. Plus several woods walks.
“I was born and grew up in Bermuda but now live permanently in Halifax, Nova Scotia. After a 28 year career as a professor of Biology, I turned my passion to painting in watercolour. My paintings are largely landscapes and/or waterscapes. My subjects include Bermuda scenes, Vermont farmsteads, lakes and rivers, and Nova Scotian marsh-lands, flood plains, and lakes. I also love painting Margaree River, and other Cape Breton scenes. In all my paintings, I attempt to capture the essence of the environment, especially in creating the energy and mood of the subject.” -TR
Due to COVID, we will be limiting those in the Gallery of the Grace with labels on the floor to accommodate social distancing. We thank you for your patience as we find our way through these ever changing times. Should you have a cough, fever, or not feel well, we ask that you refrain from attending. While facemasks are encouraged, they will not be mandatory. We do, however, ask that you maintain a social distance of 2 meters while in our facilities
You are invited to join us for our opening launch on 10 July 2020, at 10 a.m.
We are open from 10am-6pm
The opening will run as an all day event in Covid safe but friendly style . 5 people will have access to the shop at a time and there will be tables outside to sit and chat with other art lovers while you wait.
There is plenty of parking as well as cyclists stands available for travelers.
Our address is 9042 Highway 7, Head of Jeddore. (We are the mall next too the Sobeys Mall)
We are wheel-chair accessible, with plenty of parking and a food truck nearby
If anyone wants to come up for the day we’ll happily point you to some other places to visit and eat on the Eastern Shore. Its truly gorgeous out here right now.
We will give priority to visitor bookings over walk ins during the day. Everyone is welcome! Please feel free to message any booking requests, questions or suggestions.
Anthea Taljaard (Van Der Pluym)
Eastern Shores Gallery
9042 Highway 7, Head of Jeddore
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Tel: +1 (902) 414 6117
Visual Voice Fine Art is proud to showcase A Different Perspective a solo art exhibit with new artworks by Bob Hainstock.
Since graduating from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design 24 years ago, the artist has lived and maintained his studio on the southern edge of the province’s unique North Mountain, that 100 kilometre long ridge of struggling farmland and forest that separates the powerful Bay of Fundy from the fertile and productive Annapolis Valley. His perch sits more than 700 feet above a Valley floor of constantly changing textures and colors, which gives Hainstock a distinct aerial perspective of shifting pattern and shadow depending of the time of day and season. Skies look bigger from that place and there’s always a panoramic glimpse of distant weather systems approaching. Everything is simplified with the higher perspective; especially in the abstracted light patterns of nighttime on farms, towns and villages – nearly 35,000 people and their homes will almost disappear with the coming of morning light. And if the artist needs a dramatic change of visual language, a brisk 20 minute walk gives him the alternate colors, temperatures and textures of The Fundy.
See the exhibit from June 13th to July 11th at the Visual Voice Fine Art gallery as they reopen at their regular hours: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 12:30 to 5:00 pm. The gallery does not see many visitors in a regular day, but patrons may book the gallery for a PRIVATE viewing, see all the artwork on Facebook.com/VisualVoice.ca or have a virtual catalogue of pieces within their budget send directly to their email.
Contact the gallery at 902-VIEWING (843-9464) for more information.
Visual Voice is located at 128 King Street | Downtown Truro | NS
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Community Helping Community – We’re in this Together
The Peggy’s Cove Area Festival of the Arts Society is thrilled to be working in partnership with The St. Margaret’s Bay Community Enterprise Centre (CEC) and with the support of the Seniors Association of St. Margaret’s Bay, the St.Margaret’s Bay Stewardship Association, and Red Wagon Art Supplies to present an Art Show!