Last chance to enroll – starts Tuesday!

Visual Voice Fine Art is proud to offer Reimagining Composition with painter Barbara McLean to help you rejuvenate old paintings and try new compositional strategies. This two day workshop will help breakdown barriers to creativity by introducing new ways of working and some possibly unfamiliar tools. The goal is to work abstractly but may also help representational painters work in a freer way in their usual work.

Apr 20-Apr 27 Tuesdays 10-noon, $125 +tax per person
2 sessions ONLINE. Small class sizes = Limited space
Pre-registration required by calling: 902-843-9464

Visual Voice is located at 128 King St, Truro, NS

Visual Voice Fine Art gallery reopens for 2021 with “Hope”, a group art exhibit

Visual Voice Fine Art gallery reopens for 2021 with “Hope”, a group art exhibit with a positive theme to kick off the new season. Featuring a collection of artwork and accompanying text that describes and embodies what has kept the artists’ optimism up this past year. Participating artists: Gary Saunders, Joanne Gallant-Chilton, Diane Cote, Lynn Johnson, Bob Hainstock, Kit Clarke, Carol Morrison, Dorothea LeBlanc, Nora Gross, Kate Georgallas, Paulette Melanson, and Anna Syperek.

See this positive and bright show from Apr 5 to May 1 at our regular gallery hours: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 12:30 to 5:00 pm at Visual Voice Fine Art, 128 King Street, Downtown Truro.

There will be NO opening reception for this show. COVID-19 measures in effect. Private viewings arranged by appointment: 902-VIEWING (843-9464)

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“Beyond the Bubble” art show May 1st- 2nd

Less than 3 weeks to Kelly Mitchelmore’s 12th annual spring show- “ Beyond the Bubble. This year the series is a contemporary oil collection of florals that reflect on the last years journey during covid. Available online and private personal viewings by appointment :)
Saturday May 1st at 12 pm the show will be launched with a virtual tour ( posted on Kelly’s website and Facebook) and all the works will be avail for purchasing at her online shop ️. Shipping and curbside pick up is available and this year there is also the option for a 20 min viewing if your in the area!
The show runs for the weekend on May 1st and 2nd with appointments available each day – for more info or to book please go to – spots are limited to 8 each day. So enjoy the video or come and see the show and thank you for your do to support

AGNS: Hooked Rugs, Making Maquettes, New Honorary Governors


Playing with Scale

Carl Zimmerman’s photographs appear to capture the grandiosity of historic architecture. In fact, none of the buildings he photographs exist.

In this latest Studio from Home activity, make an architectural maquette inspired by the buildings Zimmerman created.

Hooked Rugs

Visit The Very Mention of Home and take away your own rug hooking kit.

Shop in person or online for Deanne Fitzpatrick’s beginner kits, including the design inspired by the exhibition.

Honorary Governors Appointed

The Board of Governors for the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has appointed Carol Dodds and Robbie Shaw as Honorary Governors.

We’re grateful to Carol and Robbie for their contributions as volunteers, supporters, and champions for the arts in Nova Scotia. Read the full release.


Making Space
The worlds of art and architecture intersect

The Very Mention of Home
Hooked rugs by Deanne Fitzpatrick

Jacques Hurtubise
30 works that trace the artist’s career

Click here to view the Gallery’s winter hours and plan your next visit. Not able to make it in person? Visit us online for at-home activities and virtual tours of exhibitions by Ned Pratt, Walter Ostrom, and more.

Please note the Gallery will be closed on Good Friday (April 2).

Apple Art Gallery “Staycation” starts April1


André Poirier “Staycation” travel photography exhibit, Chelsea Gauvin joins the Apple Art family and New Works from all of our artists.

Our first stop is California with a layover in Mexico followed by a tour of Europe and our final stop the Maritimes!

Leave your passport at home and make your way to Apple Art Gallery. Starting this Thursday, April 1st, view a series of photographs from around the world by André Poirier.

Chelsea Gauvin

We are thrilled to welcome Chelsea Gauvin to the Apple Art family!

In only one month, more than half of her artwork has already found forever homes. Chelsea is a NASCAD Graduate, she works in collage, oil paint and acrylic paint. Her application of colour is truly mesmerizing and each painting has a little story that accompanies it.

New Works

2nd Wave

by Cecil D. Long

Black Walnut

I attempted to defy logic by jutting curved shapes into open spaces.”

A balance #1

by Jon Fox

Acrylic on canvas



Wild Pea and Tea Cup

by Barbara Safran de Niverville

Pencil Crayon & Plexiglass on wood

“Wild Beach Pea thrives along the sandy edges of pebbled beaches in the Maritimes. This work was inspired in part by old shipwreck stories that describe household objects washed up on the shores of Grand Manan Island. It is easy to imagine fine china, intertwined with seaweed and partially submerged in sand.”


by Jared Betts

mixed media on canvas


Gallery Hours

Wednesday 11-5

Thursday 11-5

Friday 11-5

Saturday 12-4

also, book an appointment anytime


We are 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

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


Art 1274 Hollis Gallery – April Showers and new Artist Welcome

This month, Art 1274 Hollis Gallery welcomes the dynamic Sharon Trickett. To quote this painter, “When people look at my art, I want them to feel a sense of calm and happiness and awe, and to carry that feeling with them.”

Concurrently, our Gallery presents our first group show of the season “April Showers”. Expect bright and exuberant; windy and moody; whimsical and quirky – After this very long year of restriction, let the showers flow. Something for everyone!

Art 1274 Hollis Gallery, Halifax’s premiere Artists’ Co-op, features over 20 local artists and artisans. Fine art and fine craft with dynamic new work of original paintings, jewellery, pottery, ceramic art, folk art, rug hooking and upcycled metal art.

April Showers”, a group show showing now through April. 1274 Hollis St., Halifax 902-446-4077. Open daily 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Call to book a private viewing, or Shop online – New art added daily at