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Art Sales and Rental Society (ASAR), which operates Teichert Gallery, is delighted to have contributed to the 2021 acquisitions announced this week by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
Our contribution has assisted in acquiring the spectacular sculpture CSDC 5-12 by John Macnab, which currently hangs in the foyer of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
ASAR is a non-profit organization with a dual purpose: supporting the careers of Atlantic Canadian artists and donating profits to the Acquisition Fund of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, through the success of Teichert Gallery.
Since its inception in 1976, ASAR/Teichert Gallery has donated over a million dollars to support acquisitions like Christopher Pratt’s Blue Boat, 1986, and Alex Colville’s Dog in Car, 1999.
View the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia’s 2021 acquisitions on this short YouTube video:
Thank you to all who support the work of Teichert Gallery and, by extension, the Acquisition Fund of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
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Please join us for our 9th Online Art Show and Sale on Facebook from Thursday, June 24 to Sunday, June 27 to see a selection of artwork by Adriane Jacquard Art, Chocolate Lake Studio, Green Monster Brushstrokes, On The Flip Side Artworks and Furnishings by Liz Cole, RRoth Art along with our guest artists Sharon Trickett Fine Arts and The Tangerine Cart.
Please RSVP to the Facebook Event: Brushstrokes of Nova Scotia 9th Online Art Show and Sale at https://www.facebook.com/events/538586490485784?acontext=%7B%22event_action_history%22%3A[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%7D]%7D.
For more information please contact Rose Adams
Dear Friends, Fellow Artists and Subscribers to Maritime Art List,
As of July the email subscription service we use to deliver updates to you will be discontinued. For the past 10 years Maritime Art List has provided a daily update to subscribers, but with this news we have decided it is time for us to also exit.
We will continue posting whatever you send us until June 30th as we are always happy to help get the word out. If you provide a similar service to this one we would be happy to list your contact info and help promote it. We still believe in the grassroots approach, so be kind and care, be happy for one another, encourage and build one another up!
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WELCOME TO THE START OF SUMMER – My Favourite Time of the Year
And our New Issue – ARABELLA JUNE 2021
Please click the link and enjoy another great issue of food, art, design and stories. Share this email with friends and family. It is a great read.
COVER – Raymond Quenneville
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 email@example.com.
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 Showcase Annapolis Valley… Wolfville’s Jack’s Gallery
The Evangeline Artists Cooperative will showcase a new collection of paintings at Jack’s Gallery, located at Just Us Coffee House, Main Street Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
The art show is a long-standing tradition, showcasing some of the finest artists from throughout the Annapolis Valley and beyond. Held for the first time in 2008 at the Grand-Pre National Historic Site, the Evangeline Artists’ Cooperative is a testament to the significant place the arts hold within the hearts and minds of the residents and visitors to the Annapolis Valley.
This show will run until July 3rd. The Jack’s Gallery hours are 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Paintings are for sale and credit cards are accepted.
You are invited to join us for a FREE online ARTIST TALK this Wednesday, June 23rd, at 7:00pm sharp.
Hear Nancy Roberts AND Paulette Melanson speak about the current exhibit.
Haven’t made it to see the show live yet? No worries, we will have a live video gallery tour during the talk OR click here to view it now.
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Do drop by the Visual Voice Fine Art gallery to view these two concurrent shows – they are more impressive in person and the show continues until 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. Or you can book for a private viewing.