Teichert Gallery is pleased to present
“Water’s Edge” by Lynda Shalagan, a collection of paintings inspired by reflection and the reflective quality of water.
Sunlit Waters , 2020, oil on canvas
Pink Lily, 2020, oil on canvas
Works will be available for sale online and in the gallery during the exhibit. Rentals will begin on November 1st, 2020.
When I think about water – oceans, lakes, rivers, streams and ponds – I think of the reflective quality of the water but also the process of reflection. Most of these paintings were done during a period of self- isolation and self- reflection due to the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic. My vantage point in the pieces over time went from looking out across the water from the edge to a focus on the reflective surface and the depths appearing within. Lilies, various water plants, leaves and branches all inhabit the water’s edge and find a place in the work. Movement and surface, texture and colour all became the material of my inner process. My thoughts are that life is not as clearly visible as it might seem at times; surprises, shifts and distortions are everywhere…but beauty abounds consistently.
About Teichert Gallery
Teichert Gallery is Atlantic Canada’s largest non-profit art sales and rental gallery supporting more than 200 local artists. With a small team of staff and volunteers, Teichert offers over 1,000 works for sale or rent annually in the Gallery and online. For over 40 years, the Gallery has donated all profits to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia to buy art for the Permanent Collection. teichertgallery.ca
For more information, please contact:
Executive Director, Teichert Gallery
“Window Song”, an exhibition created by Colleen Underwood during the time of Covid, and bringing gorgeous vistas and glimpses of hope through her window views.
Underdood’s work is stunning in its portrayal of the world as she sees it. According to Underwood “While we’re stuck at home the view from our windows has never been more meaningful, so I’ve painted views I have known from places I have loved. I’ve painted the windows themselves – they form a natural frame – and I’ve painted the arrangements in my windows. My hope is that they will buoy the souls of those who see them.”
Colleen Underwood’s “Window Song” and our Art Hollis group show “Harvest Orange” are both showing through to November 3rd.
ART 1274 HOLLIS GALLERY, Halifax’s premiere Artists’ Co-op, features 23 local artists and artisans. Fine art and fine craft with ever-changing new work of original, affordable paintings, jewellery, pottery, ceramic art, folk art, rug hooking and upcycled metal art.
“The Saint John River is very present to many in western and southern New Brunswick. It guides us upriver to Grand Falls and downriver to Fredericton. Crossing over the Grafton Bridge in Woodstock, we take in the river views to the east and west. Frequent travel in these directions inspired us to capture the beauty and strength that the river carries, connecting us with the cities, towns and villages flanking its shores.”
In this exhibition, titled Linocuts and Lightscapes – Along the Saint John, artists Alice Sahagian and Suzan Carsley express their love of the river in stained glass and linocuts. Each image brings another dimension to the celebrated river.
The show continues through Saturday, November 14th.
Social distancing protocols to be observed
Creek Village Gallery & Cafe
119 Connell St, Woodstock, NB
E7M 1K7, Canada
Gallery 97 New Show – “Fall into Winter”
Starts Nov.10 th runs to Jan .05 ,2021
Gallery located at 11 GlendaleAve. Suite 4 ,Lower Sackville ,N.S.
Artist apply to email@example.com
Covid rules apply .
Registration deadlines are coming up soon and some workshops are already filling up so register today! All workshops are 2 hours and take place over Zoom so you can take them from anywhere.
In case they missed something (or their internet cuts out), all registered participants will be sent a link to a recording of the workshop that will be available for two weeks after the live presentation, but you need to register before the deadline.
VANS workshops are $30 for VANS Members and $45 for Non-members or you can bundle three workshops (using discount code: 3 Workshop Bundle at checkout) and save! It’s a good deal. Please register online securely using a credit card or PayPal. Need to pay a different way? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do you show the world your work, on your website, in your portfolio, and when applying for grants? This workshop will show artists how to photograph 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional work using a digital camera, along with a variety of lighting methods including professional and household lighting. The workshop will also provide basic instruction on how to download images from camera to computer, and how to resize images for web applications.
Instructor: Steve Farmer, Photographer and educator
Thursday, October 29, 6 – 8pm AT
Registration Deadline: October 26
This workshop will begin by reading through sample calls for submissions from public galleries and artist run centres to identify and decipher application criteria. Participants will learn how to research galleries and ARCs to see where they might best apply. This workshop will address formatting and content for resumes, artist statements, cover letters, letters of intent, and tips for choosing support material, including image files, size, and quantity. Questions are encouraged!
Instructor: Dr. Laurie Dalton, Director of Acadia University Art Gallery
Tuesday, November 3, 6 – 8pm AT
Registration Deadline: October 30
ONLY 7 SPOTS LEFT!
Technology gives artists powerful tools to build a professional presence. But knowing which tools are best, and how to use them effectively, can be a challenge. This workshop will provide an overview of the top website builders, email marketing and newsletter services, and social networks (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) that can help you build your brand. You’ll learn how you can use these tools in your own professional practice to enhance your online presence and boost your business.
We’ll also take a look at search engines, social media advertising, and online payment processors like Stripe, as well as the most reputable sites to sell your work, whether you sell from your own website or not. At the end of this session you’ll see how the tools discussed fit together to help you work smarter, and how to reach your goals within a sensible schedule and well within the leanest budget.
Instructor: Stacey Cornelius, Writer and Marketing Expert
Thursday, November 5, 6 – 8pm AT
Registration Deadline: November 1
This workshop is always gets excellent feedback from artists!
In this NEW online workshop, participants will be given an introduction to planning and teaching a visual arts workshop online. This workshop will discuss best practices and tips and tricks to make your online delivery as engaging, participatory and effective as possible. We will discuss various ways to build online lesson plans and teaching tools and review teaching strategies and resources. This workshop is ideal for arts educators, facilitators and coordinators.
Instructor: Charley Young, Artist and educator
Tuesday, November 10, 6 – 8pm AT
Registration Deadline: November 6
ONLY 3 SPOTS LEFT!
It’s more important than ever to have your own website to display and sell your art. But navigating the often confusing options to get started can be overwhelming. Kimberly Charron is here to help. In this workshop, you will learn the best platform choices for your website, how to purchase your domain, and how to choose a website host. You’ll also cover recommended themes & plugins for artists, important pages and elements your website needs, tools to sell your art on your website and how to do it all on a budget!
Instructor: Kimberley Charron, Website Developer and Online Business Manager
Tuesday, November 17, 6 – 8pm AT
Registration Deadline: November 13
ONLY 6 SPOTS LEFT!
Visual Arts Nova Scotia
1113 Marginal Rd
Halifax, NS B3H 4P7
Sea’spired Paint Escape with
Sharon Wadsworth-Smith: Oct 25-26, 2020
Our sea’spired art escape is designed to bring your painting skills to a new level or to introduce you to the world of acrylic painting. Work from the artist’s photos or from your own with an emphasis on the changing seas.
Sea’spired Paint Escape package includes:
- Accommodations for Sunday night (Monday night can be added for a special rate)
- Dinner on Sunday
- Snacks and a glass of wine/beer on Sunday during meet and greet with the instructor
- Breakfast and lunch in Elliot’s Dining Room or Founder’s Lounge on Monday
- Coffee/Tea breaks on Monday
- Access to all event workshops on Sunday and Monday
From $287 per person
For more information visit
For reservations call 1-800-565-5068
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Piles of Tiles: Decorative Ceramic Tile Making
There are only two spots left — don’t miss out!
‘Piles of Tiles: Decorative Ceramic Tile Making’ with Gillian Maradyn-Jowsey
Wednesdays, Nov. 4 – Dec. 9 / 5 sessions + pick up / 1pm – 5pm / $350
This workshop dives deep into the fascinating, colourful, patterned world of ceramic tiles.
Students will be introduced to the historical and contemporary application of tiles through short illustrated lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on experience. This experience will then be used to build a collection of hand-crafted, unique tiles that can be used in the home and garden as accents, such as a backsplash in a kitchen, or a tile entryway.
A wall without tile is like a face without a smile!
To learn more or to register please visit: lunenburgarts.org/workshops/tile-making-fall2020
To see our full Fall 2020 Schedule, please visit:
Our mailing address is:
Lunenburg School of the Arts
6 Prince St.
PO Box 610
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia B0J 2C0