Bill Rogers – Seascapes & Landscapes LIVE ONLINE CLASS
Seascapes & Landscapes in Watercolor
This series of workshops has all new subject matter on the topics of seascapes and landscapes. Surf and rocks, rural landscapes and even some figures/boats/vehicles in the landscapes/seascapes.
WEEKLY 100% LIVE ONLINE CLASS
Thursday, April 22, 29, May 6 & 13
11 am – 12:15 pm EASTERN
*includes recording following live zoom sessions and attendance in weekly Open Studio sessions
Chesapeake Fine Art Studio
Chesapeake Fine Art Studio
Call for Submissions 2021
Friday, May 28-Wednesday, June 16
2021 marks the 40th year that the Northumberland Arts Council and The Fraser Art Gallery have been actively promoting and presenting art in Tatamagouche.
We are coming back from 2020 with a full exhibition roster this summer,
the Gallery Shop is reopening, and a great feeling is in the air!
This is our opportunity to celebrate this important anniversary with our community, highlight the wonderful work of our artist members,
and introduce new members to the gallery.
You may submit up to six pieces.
All media are welcome.
*Inventory form sent to the Gallery Committee by May 14—
this must include title, size, media and price.
*Art should be delivered to the Fraser, 362 Main Street, Tatamagouche
on Wednesday, May 26, 1:00-5:00.
Work must be picked up Wednesday, June 16, 10:00-5:00.
Please contact the Gallery Committee if you need to deliver or pick up
at an alternate time.
Preparation of work: The Gallery is equipped with a cable track hanging system.
Any work to be hung must be wired appropriately for installation AND labeled on the back.
Membership: Members can renew their membership online or at the Gallery when delivering work.
Contact: Gallery Committee—firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for Gallery Agreement & Inventory Forms
Jaime Lee Lightle B.A., CHRP, DTATI, Cand.
Gallery Director, Round Hill Studio
www.roundhillstudio.com | www.facebook.com/roundhillstudio
14 Bells Fine Art Gallery
5523B Young St, Halifax, NS
With what looks to be a safer summer approaching, we are re-envisioning how we can offer programming for this 2021 season at the Avon River Heritage Museum. Normally this time of year we’d be reaching out, extending a call to artists for the Great Little Art Show. We were unable to host the event in 2020, but we are optimistic with our plan to present a slightly different version of this beloved community event this summer.
In partnership with Avon River Arts we have decided to instead host this event from June until August. We will kick off the event with a virtual gallery tour. For the first while the gallery will be open by appointment only, until restrictions allow for us to once again gather. Instead of an opening reception we have decided to have a wrap party and are very hopeful that by the last weekend in August we can come together to celebrate as we normally would at an opening reception.
Throughout the summer we will provide regular updates on the artwork and artists included in this showcase via social media. We’ll share bios and interviews with the artists and links to the items in the online shop. Deadline to register is April 23rd. For more information please visit http://www.avonriverheritage.com/the-great-little-art-show.html
Avon River Heritage Society
Get off the beaten path… explore the Avon River!
Connections and Contrasts is a group show with an all female cast. Christene Sandeson, Deborah Maurer, Meryl Cook, Barbara Schemisser and Janet Doble will grace the gallery with a variety of mediums and subject matter.
Also joining us is featured potter Shauna MacLeod of Black Crow Pottery and guest jeweller Berkeley Brown of Berkeley Brown Jewellery.
Join us for an opening reception May 8th between 1:00-2:30pm.
We thank you in advance for wearing a mask while in the gallery, keeping a safe distance from one another and practising effective hand washing.
This is an all ages event.
Art2Sea Gallery, 41 Water St., Pictou, Nova Scotia
is excited to announce a new exhibition entitled
“Spring into Bloom”.
Art2Sea is open 11 to 3, Wednesday through Saturday, April and May.
The show features works from local artists;
St Clair Prest
“Being Human” portrait and abstract art exhibition on continues to May 28th. 2021.
This exhibition examines what it means to be human at a time of both change and retrospection. Perhaps now more than ever, we can find solace in what makes us human.
Art Zone Gallery
5755 Young street, 2nd floor
Halifax NS B3K 1Z9