Exhibits & Events



SEPTEMBER

  Ambient Splendor:New Paintings by Danny Abriel

...here until September 22

Time and Tide, 30" x40", Acrylic on Canvas, Danny Abriel


PLEASE BE SEATED: Megan LeForte

Opening Saturday, September 19th, 2pm-4pm Meet the Artist!


ALSO New Paintings by Amy Ordoveza 

Opening on Saturday, September 19th as well. 

Meet Amy 2pm-4pm at the gallery

 

In Search of Meaning: New paintings by Paulette Melanson

Opening September 26th

 

OCTOBER

Studio on the Sea: Catherine Bagnell Styles

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 2pm-4pm

 We're taking ART to the garden and studio of Catherine Bagnell Styles in Ketch Harbour, Nova Scotia for a unique experience. Stroll around outside and inside her seaside studio and see the latest works available for sale. Meet the artist and snack on treats. Safe social distanced art enjoyment. 

10 people per each 30 min. Book your time slot today with us between 2pm-4pm. Email or Phone the Gallery to RSVP




NOCTURNE IS STILL HAPPENING THIS YEAR IN HALIFAX

COVID-19 brings some Changes and Challenges but Everything is going to be OK!

ENJOY MORE NOCTURNE!  Many Exhibits will be happening throughout the week of October 12th- 17th. Our gallery will be opened LATER these days. Times to be determined Soon

Illuminations: Anne Marie MacEachen

Illuminations is a suite of oil paintings by Anne MacEachen that highlight a perfect serenity that can exist in a simple moments such as when the tail lights reflect in the rain on the road or the street lamps light up the clouds.



 

Hey, I got an idea, Let’s play make Believe: Anna Whalen

  This collection of playful, spirited oil paintings take a stroll through nostalgic popular culture from 1960s to 1990s, each is titled with wise, and not so wise, quotes from greats
 



The Scene of the Crime: An Exhibition of Mystery and Suspense

Interactive and  Unusually Wonderful this show will loosely interpret the popular boardgame CLUE with paintings, sculptures created by a variety of artists that will be displayed in windows of storefronts along Barrington Street. There will be a silent play happening in our windows by a local theatre group, acting out the “scene of the crime” at select dates and times. Here's one example that will be included in the show by Isobel Hamilton.We are also still looking for artists to participate in this. CHECK OUT OUR SUBMISSIONS PAGE FOR MORE DETAILS HERE.



More Programming for November and December Coming Soon!