December 14 ~ One Day pop up show with Karen Wawer and Linda Wright

One Day pop up show with Karen Wawer, Jewelry, and Linda Wright, Big Hill Pottery.

December 14th, 10am – 4 pm., Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design, 322 Charlotte Street, Sydney, Nova Scotia

Linda will also have some of her recent cold wax and oil abstract paintings, for sale

Per order your Calendar by December 16th

Front Room Studio is please to present a unique 2020 Art Calendar of Nova Scotia Fresh Produce!

Fruits and vegetables are seemingly ordinary yet really quite extraordinary. It is my wish that this calendar reminds us of the extraordinary beauty that fruits and vegetables hold, a beauty especially present in their natural design. Each fruit and vegetable holds rich unique flavors so divine. This exceptional beauty is present in our everyday life. May it bring you joy and appreciation into every month of 2020.
Per order your Calendar by December 16th for $24C
See a Proof copy
At the Brewery Farmers Market
312-1496 Lower Water Street
Saturdays 7-1 pm
Payments accepted Credit Card/ Debit/Cash
Calendars will be ready Dec 20th!
Contact Odessa Spore at 902 943 3433 if you want to order one directly from the artist!
Yes willing to ship!
Here is a sneak preview of just 3 of the 12 images!

OLD TOWN CRAFT SHOW Sat. Dec.14

The Old Town Craft Show is back!

Saturday, December 14th from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

HOLIDAY SALE! Don’t miss this collection of talented local makers
selling their creative goods at the
Lunenburg School of the Arts.
Come Shop, Sip, & Play!

Lunenburg School of the Arts, 6 Prince Street, Lunenburg, NS

www.lunenburgarts.org
learn@lunenburgarts.org

Teichert Gallery Presents New Works

Listing of New Works

1723 Hollis St, Halifax NS
902-424-3087
www.teichertgallery.ca
On Display December 10th to January 7th
We are pleased to welcome artists Duane Van Meer and Alexa Vodicka to the gallery! This new selection brings us work from Andrea Pottyondy, Denise Soper, Geoffery Grantham and others.
Pictured works are from artists: Lynda Shalagan, Alexander Koltakov and Jacqueline Potvin-Boucher.

For more information please contact:
Paige White
Assistant Director, Teichert Gallery
902 424 3087
Twitter | Facebook | Web site
Open | Sun–Mon 12-5 | Tues–Sat 10-5
1723 Hollis Street, Halifax (at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia)

About Teichert Gallery

Teichert Gallery is Atlantic Canada’s largest non-profit art sales and rental gallery supporting more than 200 local artists. With a small team of staff and volunteers, Teichert offers over 1,000 works for sale or rent annually in the Gallery and online. For over 40 years, the Gallery has donated all profits to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia to buy art for the permanent collection. teichertgallery.ca

Toni Losey Artist Talk Sunday, December 15th, 2pm at The Craig Gallery

Toni Losey, “New Works” December 4th – January 5th

Artist Talk Sunday, December 15th, 2pm at The Craig Gallery

Join us Sunday, December 15, at 2pm at The Craig Gallery to hear Toni Losey wax poetic about her current group of ceramic work and the demanding process involved in creating the many components which make up each work.
Free event, all welcome

The Craig Gallery at Alderney Landing
in the Dartmouth Ferry Terminal Building
902-461-4698

Toni Losey, is a Ceramic Artist working in the city of Dartmouth, NS. She received her BFA from NSCAD in 2018. While there she drew upon her 15 years of experience as a studio potter to develop an exciting body of sculptural work. She had the opportunity to show this work at SOFA Chicago, NCECA, and in several private and public gallery spaces. She has been published in Ceramics Monthly and has taught workshops and classes at NSCAD, NSCCD and several other community studios.

“My work approaches the subtleties of living, defined by form, movement, colour and texture. The exploration of complexity of movement is evident in the contours of the body and the placement of the appendages. I reference growth patterns found in the natural world and explore the inherent movement found within these systems. Highly textural, seemingly organic surfaces invoke a belief we are experiencing a mimicry of life. In my attempt to fix a moment in time, I am interested in how we perceive and assign qualities of both the object and the organic to the work.”

 


Check out our website for info on upcoming exhibits: www.alderneylanding.com/gallery

Lee Cripps
Fine Arts Program Director
The Craig Gallery Curator
(902)461-4698
My Office Hours Are Monday – Friday 9:00am – 3:33pm
www.alderneylanding.com/gallery
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