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Mathew Reichertz – Artist Profile

Originally from Montreal, Mathew Reichertz completed his BFA at Concordia University and his MFA at NSCAD University. In 2005 Reichertz was the Eastern Canadian winner of the RBC Canadian Painting Competition and in 2006 was shortlisted for the Sobey Art … Continue reading

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Visual In Formation – Caitlin McGuire

Using a limited colour palette on birch boards, emerging artist Caitlin McGuire’s vibrant new series of drawings depicts signs and messages that pedestrians encounter when traversing the city on foot. Her exhibition, Visual In Formation, is on view in the … Continue reading

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Faces from Away – Elizabeth Sircom

Annapolis Valley artist Elizabeth Sircom exhibits a series of portrait drawings and terracotta busts inspired by people she met while living in France. Her exhibition, Faces from Away, is on view in the Corridor Gallery May 3 – 30, 2016. … Continue reading

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The Treasure Project – Hallie Watson

Artist Hallie Watson exhibits her work, which combines images and text to to present a portrait of the everyday objects in our lives. Continue reading

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Lynn Rotin – March Artist Profile

Lynn Rotin started her career as a photographer for choreographers and independent theater in Toronto. After moving to Halifax in 1989 she decided to enroll at NSCAD has been a practising artist since. She has received grants from the Canada Council, and her work is collected by the Nova Scotia Art Bank. Her drawings and paintings on paper use mixed media, building on layers of mark making. Continue reading

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Pamela Swainson – February Artist Profile

Born in Manitoba and currently living on a farm in the Cobequid Mountains, Pamela Swainson studied in the Fine Arts Program at Mount Allison in the early 70’s. She recently returned to her practice after several years on hold. Swainson is passionate about local living and sustainability, with caring for the earth is a subtext in her work. Continue reading

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Suzanne Gauthier was born in Lorette Manitoba and studied and taught at the University of Manitoba (BFA Honours 1969). In 1989 she relocated to Halifax to teach full time at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Her work is based in drawing, printmaking and collage, and has recently been engaged in photographs of moving water. See her studio exhibition Acquainted with Light, October 16-31, as part of Photopolis. Continue reading

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Artist Talks with Andrew Maize and Sera Senakovicz

Learn about the relationship between human marking making and architectural spaces in Senakovicz’s lithographs and print-based sculptures. Find out more about Andrew Maize’s process based works investigating time and sage advice. Continue reading

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M.E. Sparks – Image

Emerging New Glasgow based painter M.E. Sparks exhibits a series of drawings derived from Google Image searching a previous work, on view in the corridor gallery from June 5 – 26. Continue reading

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Karen Langlois – May Artist Profile

After a 20-year career in Early Childhood Education Karen Langlois walked through the doors of Toronto School of Art and never looked back. Three years later she left Ontario to pursue her other long-neglected dream: a house in the woods in Nova Scotia. For the past seven years she has been making art and gardening in Port Medway. Continue reading

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Routines to Rituals – curated by Maritza Miari

This group exhibition explores the inspiration found in traditions, routines, and rituals. Featuring artists Chris Brobeck, Lee Cripps, Anna Horsnell-Wade, Anne Launcelott, Maritza Miari, and Barbara Schmeisser. Continue reading

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Nancy Stevens – October Artist Profile

Nancy Stevens left a safe and successful career to explore ideas and methods which resulted in HORIZON PAINTINGS, a solo exhibition of abstract paintings at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. After a 15-year career of teaching drawing and painting, creative and critical thinking, Stevens now lives and works in Antigonish County where her studio overlooks her vineyard, Cote St. George. Continue reading

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Bonnie Baker – September Artist Profile

Bonnie Baker has always engaged in some form of cultural work. As a full time artist in Annapolis Royal, she explores the rich overlap between drawing, painting and printmaking while experimenting with the natural form. Continue reading

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LITTLE THINGS – Jack Wong

Emerging artist Jack Wong presents a series of lithographs depicting everyday objects of significant personal value. Continue reading

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Court Rooms – Duncan Ferguson

Court Rooms is a survey of drawings rendered while sitting in on a myriad of trials in Halifax and New York City from 2011-2013. They cover high and low profile cases from petty violence, larceny, military espionage, marital homicide, gang violence, subway attacks, etc. Continue reading

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January 2013 Featured Artist – Anne Macmillan

Anne Macmillan has lived in Halifax since earning a BFA in Intermedia from NSCAD University in 2009. She grew up in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with motorbikes, dairy farms and apple orchards. Anne has received grants from the Canada Council for … Continue reading

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Everything that you are reading, I have said before – Bonnie Baker

October 3 – 30, 2009 Everything that you are reading, I have said before Bonnie Baker Bonnie Baker will exhibit two contiguous drawings that bind the walls of the gallery.  These drawings were culled from a previous installation/performance piece, called … Continue reading

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corridor gallery: Claudia Mannion

NOVEMBER 3 – DECEMBER 8, 2008 CLAUDIA MANNION NON-HUMAN PRIMATE BEHAVIOUR Pairing text with charcoal drawings alongside paintings of baboons, Claudia Mannion intersects history and observation with her most recent body of work. Mannion states: Non- Human Primate Behaviour is … Continue reading

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Claudia Mannion – Dear Diary: Selected Excerpts

October 8 – November 1, 2007 Dear Diary: Selected Excerpts Claudia Mannion Small pencil drawings on paper from Claudia Mannion’s daily sketch diary. The images vary from abstract to representational influenced by Mannion’s state of mind or events of the … Continue reading

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Suzanne Gauthier – Fox River Diaries

January 8 – February 2, 2007 Fox River Diaries Suzanne Gauthier A selection of graphite drawings made from notes and sketches written and executed over a one year period during sporadic stays in a 100 year old house in the … Continue reading

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