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“Anguish and Rapture” – Hannah Genosko

Emerging artist Hannah Genosko exhibits a series of work exploring experiences of revelation through the perspective of invented outsider artist named Elevia Anne Mitchell. A portion of the work is made from Elevia’s perspective, imagining she used artwork to process … Continue reading

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“The Fine Print” – Nova Scotia Printmakers

The Nova Scotia Printmakers, VANS group members, promote original prints regionally, nationally & internationally through workshops, demonstrations & exhibitions. Their exhibition of small works, The Fine Print, runs from May 2 – 25 in the Corridor Gallery. The Nova Scotia … Continue reading

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“Contexture” – Julie Rosvall

Annapolis Valley artist Julie Rosvall skillfully combines handmade textiles and printmaking in her compelling new exhibition. Contexture shows the beginnings of Rosvall’s experiments in transferring textiles to paper, including her first soft ground etching, and the progress she has made … Continue reading

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Ericka Walker – Artist Profile

Walker received a BS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an MFA from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. She currently teaches studio coursework in printmaking as an assistant professor in the Fine Arts Division at the Nova Scotia College of Art … Continue reading

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Anna Syperek

Anna Syperek, born in England of Polish and English parents and raised in Oshawa, Ontario, moved to Antigonish, Nova Scotia in 1971. She graduated with a BFA in painting and printmaking at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design … Continue reading

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Nadine Belliveau

Nadine Belliveau is a visual artist from the Baie Sainte-Marie, Digby County, Nova Scotia where she has been creating professionally since 1971. A graduate of NSCAD, Université de Moncton & Université Sainte-Anne, her contribution to the arts has been as an artist, educator and organizer. Her paintings explore the essence of nature by means of abstraction and decorative expression and unveil the mysterious, immersive qualities of nature presenting their inviting and warm environments through textural, layered and large-format acrylic on canvas. Continue reading

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Sera Senakovicz – July Featured Artist

Sera Senakovicz grew up in British Columbia and moved to Nova Scotia in 2005. Since graduating from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design she has been making prints wherever and however she can. She has been a recipient of two creation grants from ARTS Nova Scotia to help her to attend a residency at Spark Box Studios and to make a new body of work for a solo exhibition at Parentheses Gallery this past February. She is interested in oral histories of neighbourhoods and buildings and how lives are lived within and around them. Continue reading

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Emerging Halifax based artist Kyle Martell exhibits a series of print-media works investigating the passive observer, on view in the corridor gallery November 5 – December 17. 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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What Was Here – Sera Senakovicz

Emerging Halifax based printmaker, Sera Senakovicz exhibits a series of silkscreens revealing people’s relationships with historic buildings, on view in the corridor gallery May 6 – 29. Continue reading

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Jay LeBlanc – February Featured Artist

Jay LeBlanc is a proponent of serious play who indulges in abstract art of varying kinds. Mostly known for her innovative stained glass hangings, she also experiments with painting, printmaking, mixed media, photography and poetry, along with a recent dabbling in installation. Her work “homing / vol de rentrée / de vuelta” is currently being shown at Gallerie Le Trécarré. Continue reading

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Charley Young – November Artist Profile

As an interdisciplinary artist, Charley Young is interested in drawing, printmaking, and public installation. To date, her work includes large-scale monoprints of historic building facades, that document a site’s appearance prior to its destruction. 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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Sky and Steel – VANS in the HUB

Visual Arts Nova Scotia presents Sky and Steel, the 5th edition of VANS in the HUB at The Hub Gallery. Continue reading

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March 2013 Featured Artist: Teena Marie Fancey

Teena Marie Fancey is a Nova Scotian artist working in mixed media and relief printmaking methods. Continue reading

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Shimmers/Vibrations – Hugh Mater

corridor gallery Shimmers/Vibrations Hugh Mater November 9 – December 13, 2012 Emerging interdisciplinary artist Hugh Mater shows prints of faith in his exhibition Shimmers/Vibrations, on view in the Corridor Gallery from November 8  – December 13, 2012.  Mater describes the … Continue reading

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