CURVED SPACE Debra Kuzyk and Ray Mackie : June 11- July 14 Studio 21 Fine Art

Debra Kuzyk & Ray Mackie, Robin Jars, 2021, Porcelain with underglaze decoration, 15.75” x 8”


Debra Kuzyk and Ray Mackie

Dates: June 11- July 14

Studio 21 Fine Art

5431 Doyle St., Halifax NS

902 420 1852

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Debra Kuzyk and Ray Mackie have been making pottery together for close to 30 years. This exhibition will showcase works made together, as well made solo by each. The two artists collaborate by passing the work back and forth between them to produce a single unique piece of work, which transcends what either could achieve independently. Ray is the potter and kiln manager, and Debra is the decorator and sculptor.

Visual Voice Fine Art TWO Exciting Solo Shows and FREE Artist TALK on Jun 23

Visual Voice Fine Art is proud to reopen with two exciting solo shows: ‘Creatures from Somewhere’ sculptures by Nancy Roberts AND ‘The Turning Point’ paintings by Paulette Melanson.
The pandemic and social issues affect us all in different ways, from escapism to wanting to take control of our future. This is made evident in this exhibit were both artists had opposite reactions. Despite their different approaches, the resulting combined show is visually appealing and cohesive.

Paulette Melanson wants for things to change for the better and her aim with this new body of work was to inspire hope, encourage optimism and empower change. ‘The Turning Point’ is her first all abstract solo, bright, colorful, and as optimistic and happy as the artist intended.

Nancy Roberts lost her inspiration and will to create as galleries closed and exhibits cancelled during Covid. Forced to continue she began by gripping the clay and playing with her medium, which gave rise to creatures that seemed to come alive and were at home in these strange times we are living.
‘Creatures from Somewhere’ is dynamic, playful, and proves that any situation can breathe new life and creativity into us.

See the exhibits online here:

Join us online for a FREE Artist TALK on Jun 23, 7:00 PM

Drop by the Visual Voice Fine Art gallery to view these two concurrent shows and be inspired. The show starts June 14 and continues to July 10.

Visual Voice Fine Art is located at 128 King Street, in downtown Truro. Gallery hours are Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 12:30-5:00 pm or by appointment 902-843-9464. You can book for a private viewing.

Peter Salmon Art Co-op Exhibit ~ June 24th St. Martins, NB


Peter Salmon Art Co-op

Peter Salmon Art Co-op (@PSACoop) is a group of local artists painting and supporting each other while promoting visual art in the St Martins and surrounding areas. The group is named in the memory of Peter Salmon, a well known New Brunswick artist and teacher.
The group is under the guidance of Fred Harrison. Although there will be no formal classes over the summer, we will get together periodically to paint en plein air.

If you are interested in joining the group please send a message for more info to @PSACoop or email

We will hold a pop up exhibit Thursday, June 24th , 5 to 7pm, at 279 Main St, St Martins, NB. Join us for refreshments and to view a variety of artwork, styles and mediums.

ART LAB featuring the work of two wonderful Nova Scotian painters Tom Forrestall and Susan Paterson

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Art 1274 Hollis Gallery – Nature’s Treasures Just Outside Our Door

Art 1274 Hollis Gallery is pleased to announce a new exhibition, featuring paintings by Beverley Kelly with Nature’s Treasures Just Outside our Door!

According to Bev, “A painting brings beauty into the world, and into our homes, ignites our senses, and creates a narrative. It has the power to spark reflection and shared conversations, often transcending barriers”

Bev’s work is inspired by post-impressionism masters, Van Gogh and Cezanne, and she uses a subjective approach to painting, choosing symbolic colours, bold gestural strokes, and optical effects to evoke an emotional response.

We’d love for you to drop by the Gallery on Hollis Street or check out our website – and get yourself some art.

Art 1274 Hollis Gallery, Halifax’s premiere Artists’ Co-op, features over 20 local artists and artisans. Fine art and fine craft with dynamic new work of original paintings, jewellery, pottery, ceramic art, folk art, rug hooking, fibre art and upcycled metal art.

Nature’s Treasures Just Outside our Door!”, an exhibition of paintings by Beverley Kelly showing now through June. 1274 Hollis St., Halifax 902-446-4077 . Open daily 11-5 (12-4 Sundays) or Shop online. Curbside pickup or free delivery in HRM – New art added daily at

AGNS Announcing new acquisitions and reopening date

New acquisitions

The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has recently acquired twenty-nine compelling art works for the Permanent Collection.

Among the 24 artists are Letitia Fraser, Ursula Johnson, Brendan Fernandes, and others. View the works and full press release here.


Reopening in Halifax

Effective Thursday, June 17, the Gallery will be open to visitors once again.

We can’t wait to welcome you back. View the Halifax hours and safety guidelines on our website.

Annual General Meeting

Save the date on Thursday, June 24 for the annual general meeting.

Click here for more information.

Visit us online for at-home activities and virtual tours of exhibitions by Ned Pratt, Walter Ostrom, and more.

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“Splendid Isolation” Eva McCauley extended to July 31st at ARTSPLACE Gallery ~ NOW OPEN to the public!

Exhibition extended at ARTSPLACE Gallery until July 31st!

ARTSPLACE Gallery is now open to the public (with COVID protocols in place) as of Thursday, June 17th.

Splendid Isolation
Eva McCauley

April 24 – July 31st, 2021

ARTSPLACE Gallery, Annapolis Royal, NS

Splendid Isolation is a series of new oil paintings exploring themes of isolation, uncertainty, and transience during the strange and surreal time of a global pandemic.

The paintings are mostly night scenes, both urban and rural, and inhabited by solitary figures that are dissolving, shifting, and not very tangible. Even the ground is shifting beneath their feet. They inhabit places that McCauley has been in the past. There is a loose narrative being created in the paintings, unresolved and open-ended. The narrative is deliberately unresolved, to convey the feeling of uncertainty and unpredictability, with everything in flux. The paintings are night paintings – a liminal and solitary time.

Supported by the Waterloo Regional Arts Fund,

and the Canada Council for the Arts.

396 St. George Street
Annapolis Royal, NS
B0S 1A0
902-532-7069 / FB@ARTSPLACEGallery / IG @arcac.artsplace


Antique Shows Canada – June 18-20, 2021

Gallery 18 will be taking part in the June 2021 Antique Shows Canada online event. G18’s virtual booth will feature items from its inventory, including Prince Edward Island art, antique maps, and books. See you at the show!