Susan Paterson ~ New Work~ Emma Butler Gallery

My new show at Emma Butler Gallery in St. John’s is online now! I’ve had a very busy winter, now the fun part – showing everyone! If interested please contact the gallery. Enjoy! Here’s the link –
https://emmabutler.com/paterson_show.htm


Emma Butler Gallery

111 GEORGE ST W
ST. JOHN’S NL
CANADA A1C 6K2
709 739-7111

emmabutlergallery@nl.rogers.com

GALLERY HOURS

Mon-Sat
11am-5pm
or by appointment

Two Workshops, Two Weekends – July 27 & 28 and August 3 & 4 in Brigus, Newfoundland

The Landfall Trust oversees the 200 year-old Kent Cottage in Brigus, NL and provides seasonal artist, writer and musician-in-residence programs. When the cottage is not in use for the residencies, it is rented out as a creative and arts retreat. See www.landfalltrust.org.

This summer we are offering two workshops on two separate weekends and would love to see participants from across the Atlantic provinces.

Two Workshops, Two Weekends –

July 27 & 28, 2019 Architecture Drawing with Wallace Ryan

August 3 & 4, 2019 En Plein Air Painting

with Canadian Artist Sue A. Miller

These workshops will in part support the artist in residence programs.

 

For additional information please contact the Trust at:
admin@landfalltrust.org

The Landfall Trust
P.O. Box 21378
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
A1A 5G6 Canada

http://www.landfalltrust.org/

Landfall Trust Facebook

 

The Landfall Trust ~ Two Workshops, Two Weekends in Brigus, NL

The Landfall Trust oversees the 200 year-old Kent Cottage in Brigus, NL and provides seasonal artist, writer and musician-in-residence programs. When the cottage is not in use for the residencies, it is rented out as a creative and arts retreat. See www.landfalltrust.org.

This summer we are offering two workshops on two separate weekends and would love to see participants from across the Atlantic provinces.

These workshops will in part support the artist in residence programs.


 

Two Workshops, Two Weekends –

July 27 & 28, 2019 Architecture Drawing  with Wallace Ryan

August 3 & 4, 2019 En Plein Air Painting

with Canadian Artist Sue A. Miller

For additional information please contact the Trust at:
admin@landfalltrust.org

The Landfall Trust
P.O. Box 21378
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
A1A 5G6 Canada

 

http://www.landfalltrust.org/

Landfall Trust Facebook

The Association of Atlantic Area Artists invites New Members

New Members Always Welcome!
Click here for invitation

The Association of Atlantic Area Artists [AAAA] has been providing art instruction in Halifax since 1956.

We continue to offer several options for enhancing painting skills for artists with some experience, including: two weekly morning classes, for three terms of 10 weeks each; four workshops per year; two

shows where paintings may be sold and an occasional other event open to all members.

For information on classes, workshops or shows, see our web-site

All members are invited to participate in organizing and attending all activities, including the springtime Annual General Meeting.

A small annual membership fee is payable during the month of January.

To join us, contact Eleanor Surette-MacDonald at: eleanorsm@eastlink.ca

or, go to our website for more information, and contact us from there: atlanticareaartists.weebly.com

Happy Painting!

 

Register for Culture Days 2018!

Register for Culture Days 2018!

The 9th annual Culture Days celebration is taking place on September 28-30, 2018, and you are invited to join this collaborative, Canada-wide movement to raise the awareness, accessibility, participation, and engagement of all Canadians in the artistic and cultural lives of their communities. Culture Days features free, hands-on, interactive activities that invite the public to participate “behind-the-scenes” – and to discover the world of artists, creators, historians, architects, curators, and designers at work in their neighbourhoods.

Anyone can participate by organizing a free and participatory arts/culture activity for the public during the Culture Days weekend. Your activity could be as simple as offering a tour of your studio, a demonstration of your work, or a hands-on craft activity. A Culture Days event doesn’t need to be something new or innovative – if you already offer a program that fits the criteria, simply schedule it on the Culture Days weekend and register it online for increased promotion!

Participating in Culture Days is a great chance for artists to engage the public in their arts practice and to connect with new audiences. Above all, it’s an opportunity to join the national arts and culture sector in affirming the importance of the arts to vibrant communities.

For more information, check out our 2018 Participation Guide, or our list of 100 Culture Days Activity Ideas for some inspiration!

For more tips and ideas, you can visit www.culturedays.ca, or subscribe to our newsletter.

Contact:

Oriana Duinker

Nova Scotia Culture Days

nsculturedays@gmail.com

CALL to ARTISTS deadlines approaching

Download all 2018 exhibition overviews and calls to artists (pdf – 4 pages)

The Baccalieu Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery offering original works of art, all with a connection to water.

The gallery sits near the shores of Trinity Bay in historic Heart’s Content, Newfoundland and Labrador and embraces its rural location.  The work in the gallery reflects Newfoundland’s coast and aquatic environment through rich interpretations by visual artists and artisans.

​The gallery showcases the boats and water paintings of palette knife artist Jeanette Jobson, complemented by the work of a range of talented gallery artists.

Details and submission forms for 2018 exhibition opportunities available on the website  http://www.jeanettejobson.com/the-baccalieu-gallery.html

PAINT Heart’s Content NL this August

Download all 2018 exhibition overviews and calls to artists (pdf – 4 pages)

The Baccalieu Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery offering original works of art, all with a connection to water.

The gallery sits near the shores of Trinity Bay in historic Heart’s Content, Newfoundland and Labrador and embraces its rural location.  The work in the gallery reflects Newfoundland’s coast and aquatic environment through rich interpretations by visual artists and artisans.

​The gallery showcases the boats and water paintings of palette knife artist Jeanette Jobson, complemented by the work of a range of talented gallery artists.

Details and submission forms for 2018 exhibition opportunities available on the website  http://www.jeanettejobson.com/the-baccalieu-gallery.html