I’m also looking forward to working with the Creative Collab pop-up gallery in Saint John this weekend. Friday night will be one of the most magical evenings in the city and not to be missed! Check out this video to see a sneak peek on Uptown Sparkle!There will also be a raffle table that includes one of my favourite photographic prints from Sable Island titled “Steadfast”.
10% of profits from the artists participating in the Creative Collab will be donated to MindCare NB along with other great prizes to be won.
I hope to see you there!
Located in Fredericton’s historic downtown, Gallery on Queen houses an amazing collection of work from artists across Canada. From traditional to contemporary, the gallery has an ever-changing collection of mediums including paintings, drawings, sculptures, works on paper and ceramics.
Currently, Gallery on Queen is the only gallery that features photographic prints from my latest series “The Camargue Collection”.
Pictured above is “Horses of the Sea” from the Camargue Collection, it is printed on Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper, custom framed with museum grade glass and has a sleek black frame and narrow white matting.
Click here to find out more about the Gallery on Queen.
After taking part at the “Making Waves” auction this past summer, we discovered the Sunbury Shores “Deck the Walls” event where over 200 pieces of art are featured!
The “Deck the Walls” event ends December 15th, so be sure to visit and take a look at all of the fantastic artwork.
Framed work of “Stalwart” and “Herd” are currently available.
Learn more about Sunbury Shores here.
AX is a charitable organization that supports and promotes arts and culture in the region. Their building is located in the heart of Sussex and consists of a licensed restaurant called Knocks Café, a gallery, museum space, and artists’ and ceramics studios.
Featured in my hometown of Sussex, I have three photographic prints available: Steadfast, Embrace, and Untamed.
Being able to take part in this gallery show in Sussex has been such a great experience. I would like to give a special thanks to Bonny Hill, who was my art teachers in high school and who is one of the driving forces behind creating the Ax Gallery.
The Ax Art Centre’s gallery event ends December 21.
Check out the Ax Art Centre here.