Apple Art Gallery presents The Full “Realisme” Exhibition

The Full “Realisme” Exhibition

Dennis A. Reid and Jon Fox


As we wrap up the “Realism” exhibition by Dennis A. Reid and Jon Fox, I’d like to share with you images of their work.

Both Dennis and Jon have created stunning works for their group show. Our favourites will remain in Gallery for the up coming months, some will go to their new homes.

to view the full exhibit:

FEBRUARY, Open by Appointment

We’re always available for safe and private viewings at any time.

We offer virtual appointments with videos, images and answers to all your questions during any colour phase.

Shipping and deliveries are always available

Our Website is updated daily

Gallery Hours

for the last week of January

Wednesday to Friday


Contact us to book an appointment


We Offer: Private Appointments, Free Local Delivery, Installations, Financing Options

*Original Artwork is Always Tax Deductible

333 St. George Street, Suite#200 – 2nd Floor, Moncton, NB, Canada



ARTSPLACE Launches ArtSeen a 3 Year Digital Project to Support Contemporary Art


ARTSPLACE Launches ArtSeen a 3 Year Digital Project to Support Contemporary Art

ARTSPLACE has embarked on a three-year project to build a digital platform to promote and share knowledge about contemporary art with a diverse, intergenerational audience.

ARTSPLACE has developed a province-wide and national reputation for being able to generate interesting activities and opportunities within the community,” stated Ted Lind, Project lead and Board Member. “This project, called ArtSeen, is an extension of that work and will be an online portal to share contemporary art and artists that have the highest standards of excellence with a regional, national and international community.”

The project is funded by the Digital Strategy Fund of the Canada Council for the Arts with a $300,000 grant, the largest ever received by the society. ArtSeen will showcase the work of contemporary Canadian artists through live interviews, studio and gallery visits, and virtual conversations. The all-digital content of ArtSeen, coordinated by ARTSPLACE, will be developed initially in partnership with arts organizations in the Atlantic provinces, and eventually move further west using a national network of artist-run centres.

Our venture into digital media to present arts and culture is not new. For several years, ARTSPLACE has used videoconferencing to conduct real-time programs with museums and galleries, most notably the Museum of Modern Art in NYC and the National Gallery of Art in Ottawa,” says Lind. “We also have and continue to use social media and other digital platforms to connect contemporary artists with a growing audience. During the COVID-19 era, digital learning is becoming more significant than it ever was.”

ARTSPLACE is a contemporary gallery and arts centre that is operated by the Annapolis Region Community Arts Council (ARCAC). ARCAC was founded as a society in 1982 by a group of artists who wanted to share their work and ideas with each other and their community. The society is a registered, non-profit charitable organization. In 1995, the society acquired its own building, with three galleries, artist residency space and a workshop/performance area. ARTSPLACE Gallery presents a year-round schedule of exhibits, workshops, film screenings, arts talks and special events.

ARTSPLACE Gallery presents a wide range of programming that showcases the role that arts and culture play in providing a good quality of life for people in the Annapolis Royal area and also serves to attract others to the region,” shares Lind. “The Annapolis Region is a centre for celebrating and supporting arts and culture. ARTSPLACE wants its home community to share in the excitement and innovation that ArtSeen represents.”

ARTSPLACE is a public Art Gallery that is operated by the Annapolis Region Community Arts Council, a registered non-profit, charitable, community organization dedicated to encouraging and promoting the arts. Supported through the Province of Nova Scotia and the Canada Council for the Arts. ARTSPLACE Gallery is located at 396 St. George Street in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia

For more information please contact: Sophie Paskins, , (902) 532-7069

Gallery 78 ~ Happy Holidays to You!

wishes you a happy holiday!

From our extended family, we wish you and yours a peaceful and safe holiday season. This year has been a great challenge for many. Our small staff and the many artists we represent are grateful for your continued support of fine Atlantic Canadian art.

The countdown is on: we are open until 2 pm on Christmas Eve, and we’re happy to assist with your shopping. You are sure to find a unique, timeless, and thoughtful gift that your loved ones will cherish for years to come.

Whether you’re treating yourself or buying for others, take advantage of our flexible, interest-free payment plans, for great art should be accessible to all.

Click here to view available pieces!

Ask us in person, by phone (506-454-5192) or email , for details.

Besides visual art, there are fine crafts from creators across the province that fit all budgets. Take your time and browse unique works in our pleasant and festive atmosphere. Enjoy a relaxing, hassle-free experience, and let us gift wrap your purchases for you!

We are fortunate to be back in the Yellow Phase in the Fredericton region, but we continue to upkeep a safe and clean environment. There is plenty of space to practice distancing, and no lines to get inside. Otherwise, we are happy to deliver to your front door!

Our holiday hours are as follows:

Open 10 am – 2 pm Dec. 24

Closed Dec. 25 – 29, and Jan. 1

Open 10 am – 4 pm Dec. 30, 10 am – 2 pm Dec. 31

Enjoy our current exhibitions:

Peggy Smith’s 85th Birthday Exhibition

The Nutcracker

Christmas Choice

New and Unseen by William Forrestall

Shopping for book lovers? We’ve recently added a new page online that shows available art book! Click here

Gallery 78

796 Queen St. (corner of Church and Queen Streets/coin des rues Church et Queen)

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

(506) 454-5192, 1-888-883-8322

We welcome your next visit. Bienvenue!


Apple Art Gallery ~This Saturday, Yule be Giving Local

Yule be Giving Local

It’s our Christmas Shopping Extravaganza!

We’ve teamed up with every boutique in the Arches of St. George to give you a fun and safe Christmas Shopping day!

We’ve prepared loads of surprises just for you!

A gift with every purchase, free gift wrapping and a chance to win a Huge Gift Basket from the Arches!

PLUS, we have special guests joining us on the first floor.

You’ll be able to purchase your coffee and a few sweets too!

Saturday, Dec 5th 10am – 4pm

Shop Now

We want to make shopping local convenient for you!

You can now order online or on social media.

We can deliver, ship or you can pick up in gallery or curb side.

As long as you’re safe, we’re happy!


On view until the end of Decembre

Holiday Hours

Wed 11-5:30

Thurs 11-5:30

Fri 11-5:30

Sat 10-4


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