Thursday, April 22, 2021

EARTH DAY 2021, Celebrating the Natural World in Art!

For Earth Day we'd like to take a moment to share some of our favorite artworks that celebrate our amazing planet!

RJ Marchand's "Wave" Series was a big hit at this year's Pre-Shrunk exhibition. There's still time to grab some of RJ's remaining pieces like this little gem;

RJ Marchand, "The Swell", 4" x 5", acrylic on board. 

Mark Brennan has always been a big nature lover, and an advocate for preserving our provinces natural habitats. His paintings continue to capture the beauty of the Nova Scotia's unique Landscape. 

Mark Brennan, Evening Shoreline, Melopsesketch Lake, NS, Oil on birch, 2021 8" x 10"

To see more of Mark's work, follow the link HERE

Back by popular demand, James Darley's wooded bird sculptures have returned! The Gallery is proud to have these little guys on display for your viewing pleasure. With Mother's Day just around the corner, these sculptures are sure to be a winner!  

We've got an amazing selection to choose from, to see more of James' work, follow the link HERE

Danny Abriel's paintings remind us of the joys of being outdoors. From hiking trails to our never ending beaches, each landscape is portrayed with bright vibrant colors. There's an energy to Danny's work that delights the senses, and captures the imagination.        

Danny Abriel, "Wilderness Bluff Adoration", 18" x 36", acrylic on canvas

To see more of Danny's work follow the link HERE

If you're not familiar with the amazing works of Dusan Postolovic, you will be soon!  Relatively new to the gallery, Dusan's been delighting audiences with his realistic pencil drawings of local wildlife. Be on the look out for a NEW exhibition of works this summer!

Dusan Postolovic, Spanish Orange, Coloured Pencil on Watercolour Paper, 11" x 14

To see more of Dusan's work, follow the link HERE

Michelle SaintOnge's watercolors really need to be seen in person. Her wildlife paintings are always rich in color, and capture the natural beauty of the animals they portray. 

Michelle SaintOnge, "Intercoastal Waterway, Florida, Blue Beauty", 20" x 24",
watercolor on paper mounted on board.

To see more of Michelle's work, follow the link HERE

As you can see, there's lots of amazing artwork to discover at the gallery. Just because it may not be displayed on the walls, it doesn't mean it isn't hiding somewhere!  If something catches your eye online, and you want to see it in person, let us know...we'd love to show it to you!

Featured artworks are available for purchase, for details contact the gallery at (902) 425-9456 or via email at