Saturday, May 25, 2019

MOMONDAYS with Gord MacDonald, MAY 27, at The Carleton, 6-9 pm

Gord MacDonald will be a guest speaker at MOMONDAYS Halifax this coming Monday (May 27th), at The Carleton on Argyle Street from 6-9 pm.  Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online HERE .

What is MOMONDAYS?!?

MOMONDAYS is a sort of casual talk show/lecture series whereby invited guests are asked to speak about their personal experiences, by sharing insights and observations about life, the world, and everything.  The talks are often thought-provoking and designed to inspire and motivate their audiences.

"MOMONDAYS is for all kinds of people like you with a great story and life lessons to share, from people who have never set foot on stage, to professional speakers and everyone in-between!"

The shows encourages people to socialize in a fun and positive environment by sharing their personal stories with others and stimulating conversations on a variety of topics.  Gord will be speaking about the benefit of "DOING NOTHING", as he reveals the secret of his success as an artist living and working in Halifax. 

As Gord says "Don't just do something...stand there!"

TEASER IMAGE For Gord's Upcoming Exhibition, details coming soon!!!


Gord has been busy painting in the studio, preparing for his upcoming exhibition at Argyle Fine Art. This new body of work will be on display from July 19th - August 6th with fellow gallery artist Michelle SaintOnge. 

There are still spaces available for Gord's "Spot of Color" workshop which will be held on Sunday July 28 at Rainbow Haven beach (1:30 - 3:30 pm). For details, contact the gallery at (902) 425-9456. $65.


Gordon MacDonald was born and raised in Atlantic Canada, spending most of his childhood in New Brunswick and Newfoundland. He studied Art at the Toronto School of Art (1981), the Ontario College of Art and Design, and the Art Students’ League in New York City. 

Gord returned to the Maritimes in 1999, and has developed his artistic practice ever since. He works and lives in Halifax and exhibits regularly at Argyle fine art. MacDonald’s work can be found in permanent corporate and private collections across Canada, the US and internationally.

For artwork availability and purchase inquiries contact Argyle Fine Art; (902) 425-9456 or via email at