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Kevin P. Comeau – Artist Profile

Kevin Comeau is a professional sculptor from Meteghan River, Nova Scotia. He’s an Acadian-Métis, using his surroundings and natural material as inspirations for his sculptures. To date his works have been exhibited locally and regionally, and purchased by private collectors. … Continue reading

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Sara Roth – Artist Profile

Sara Roth is a multidisciplinary artist, whose work bridges illustration, installation and sculpture. She holds a BFA from NSCAD University and a Diploma in Fine Craft from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. She previously worked as part … Continue reading

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Marla Benton – Artist Profile

Marla Benton earned her education through the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University, the Ontario College of Art and Design and Nipissing University. From growing up in a small town, traveling to 41 different countries, building a home … 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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( empty sets ) – Jocelyn Li

Emerging Halifax based artist Jocelyn Li exhibits graphite and charcoal drawings rendered in plaster and jewellery to explore ideas surrounding the ellipse as zero, on view in the corridor gallery March 6 – 25, 2015. Continue reading

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Talks With Sweet – Erin Jaeger-Freeborn

Emerging Halifax based artist Erin Jaeger-Freeborn exhibits a series of tactile landscapes narrating the pastimes of suburban life in the corridor gallery from August 6 – 29. Continue reading

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Barbara Schmeisser – July Featured Artist

Past mentee Barbara Schmeisser began her full-time practice after graduating from NSCAD in 2005. Working largely in steel, Schmeisser reveals familiar things about and around us that are not always visible. Ironic contrasts, humour and visual metaphor are common elements. Continue reading

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Janet Larkman – April Featured Artist

While I prefer not to be limited by media or genre, I mostly work as a painter with a 3-D sensibility, incorporating materials such as metal, stone, glass, wood and clay. I have always done installation art and often use paintings as elements of installation. Continue reading

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VANS in Residence at The Woodlawn Public Library

Visual Arts Nova Scotia and the Halifax Public Libraries are thrilled to announce that Sherry Lynn Jollymore has been selected as artist in residence for the program taking place at Woodlawn Public Library for the month of March.
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Dawn MacNutt – March Featured Artist

Dawn MacNutt is an artist and sculptor, from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. Dawn’s work is most often inspired by her lifelong love of the human condition. …what she describes as ‘the beauty of human frailty’. Continue reading

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Sherry Lynn Jollymore – December Artist Profile

Sherry Lynn Jollymore is a fan of the fantastic, awe inspiring and funny and tries to reflect these qualities in anything she makes. 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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Andrew Maize – July 2013 Artist Profile

Andrew Maize is an emerging artist, art educator, and coordinator of the White Rabbit Residency and Festival. He is curious about the transference of energies, the obscenity of obsolescence and consumption, and inspired by craftsmanship and the possibilities and processes of working with materials. 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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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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Near Earth Objects – Anne Macmillan

Giving members of Visual Arts Nova Scotia an opportunity to create an exhibition of their work. Near Earth Objects Anne Macmillan January 9 – 28, 2013 Emerging Nova Scotian artist and former VANS Mentorship Program participant Anne Macmillan exhibits a … Continue reading

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Kirk Mitchell – You’d know her to see her

November 12 – December 7, 2007 You’d know her to see her Kirk Mitchell Abstract sketches in clay of the human figure.

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