Tag Archives: acrylic
In the exhibition, Colour Kerfuffle, artist Randy Engelberg, shows a small retrospective of her process-oriented abstract painting work from the last five years, including work from her current series. All the paintings in this collection are non-objective, hard edged, abstraction … Continue reading
This exhibition is a series of portraits of the people that artist kimmerT met while on residency in Parrsboro in September 2017. The first in the series were completed during the residency and are a study of realism and abstract … Continue reading
Flock is emerging artist Ben Mosher‘s exhibition featuring drawings of birds that will definitely make you smile. This delightful impromptu exhibition is only on for two weeks so catch it at the Corridor Gallery before it closes on January 30. … Continue reading
Emerging artist Krista Sheehan uses a combination of oil, acrylic and charcoal to create paintings focusing on emotionally charged landscapes, some of which carry personal meaning and others are from spaces that echo with a collective emotional weight. Her solo … Continue reading
Cape Breton artist Phyllis Adams was a photographer who decided, upon her retirement, to re-interpret her photographs in paint. The exhibition displays her recent landscapes and portraits, inspired by her photographs of Cape Breton. Serenity is at the Corridor Gallery … Continue reading
Established artist Zeqirja Rexhepi exhibits his colourful abstract paintings, which carry the message of everyday life through parallel symbols and metaphors. His exhibition, Retuned, is on view in the Corridor Gallery July 5 – 28, 2016. Describing the work on … Continue reading
Halifax based painter Randy Engelberg exhibits a series of non-objective paintings in the corridor gallery from January 9 -30. Continue reading
Halifax based emerging artist and recent grad Colin Canary exhibits a series of brightly coloured abstract paintings exploring spatial cues. Continue reading
In my current series of paintings, I project an amalgamation of iconography from seasonally touristic destinations and places I have lived. Neon signs function in my work as landmarks for a community while also representing a historic relic or tourist attraction. Continue reading
From my studio on the Shubenacadie River, I am a daily observer of the powerful Fundy tides, the change of the seasons and the cycles and rhythms of the land. Continue reading
Visual Arts Nova Scotia presents Sky and Steel, the 5th edition of VANS in the HUB at The Hub Gallery. Continue reading
February 1 – 27, 2010 Shelly Matthews, Pivotal Habitat This collection, comprising Pivotal Habitat, includes strong, simple, natural images in acrylics and watercolour as indicated by artist, Shelley Matthews. Matthews further states: I paint the images that hold my visual … Continue reading
February 5 – 29, 2008 Scapes René Laramee Laramee’s abstractions of her home in Blandford, Nova Scotia René Laramee is an artist living on the South Shore who loves to experiment and explore. She works in watercolour, acrylic and mixed … Continue reading
March 20 – April 13, 2007 Port and Starboard Tacks Catherine Poole Catherine’s work explores floral, nautical, landscape theme. This show has a variety of paintings in watercolours, acrylic and oil which focus on nautical subject matter.
July 1 – 31, 2005 Reading Between the Lines Sharon Hodgson Eight acrylic paintings.