Friday, March 20, 2015

Plants VS Robots: Gallery Take-Over!

Well, we've seen our fair share of SNOW here in Halifax, Nova Scotia. But thankfully, our streets and sidewalks near our gallery are clear and free of the white stuff  and it's easy to get around! So take a walk on the wild side, and COME OUTSIDE! There will be lots of fun to be had here at the gallery for the whole family plus a new body of work is now on display by artist Sarah Jones called PORT, which is a must see too!


Drop by any time Saturday and buy a little ceramic vessel created especially for this occasion by local artist Bethany Butterworth. We'll provide the seeds and soil throughout the afternoon . 

Then leave your newly planted seeds  with us in their pots for a few weeks and check- in on them in our windows as they grow and grow and grow! Whenever you'd like, you can take your new plant home with it's new ceramic pot too!

We even have PEANUT excited to see things GROW! Your plants will literally become WORKS of ART.  


 Artist ED BEALS and WILLIAM RUDOLPH will be at Argyle Fine Art on  Saturday, March 21st, between 1-3pm.  Ed will be bringing an army of new Robots, in his latest creation MATCHBOTS game for you to buy and play, in addition to his popular FOLD-eds and William will be on-hand creating a work of art from old bike parts.

THE GAME MATCHBOTS is a super fun game created by Ed Beals,  that anyone can play- fun for ALL ages! The game packs only cost $20 each and will be for sale at the gallery that day. We'll have tables set up so you can try out the game before you buy!  Bring your friends and family! Let the tournaments begin!

FREE POSTERS for the first 20 purchasers of the game. 

Bicycle Lamp by William Rudolph