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DAVID MCKAY, Ancestral Roots

JOANNE HUNT, A Walk in the Garden



France Pillière, Maritime

A beautiful new paper sculpture by FRANCE PILLIERE - this is a detail of "Maritime"

 

Barbara Safran de Niverville

"Frosted Stalks" in a very different, beautiful medium - layered and incised plexiglass by BARBARA SAFRAN DE NIVERVILLE

Stephen May, Christina's Frog, 2016, oil on canvas, 35.25 x 35.25 in.

STEPHEN MAY'S new collection of miniatures made large!

 

Amber Leger, Carry On, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36 in.

AMBER LEGER's contemplative homage to women in a body of new work...

 

 

Jason Nugent May slide show

JASON NUGENT presented a slide show and talk about his travels. Here are nine minutes of the talk, taken by Nikki from the yoga matte on the floor...

Daniel Porter

Very exciting news! DANIEL PORTER's "Jock Scott" oil painting, shown above will be featured on the cover of the July 2016 edition of Gray's Sporting Journal! Akin to a model getting a cover photograph on Vogue magazine, landing a Gray's Sporting Journal cover is incredibly prestigious for an artist! Congratulations Daniel!


 

 

Anna Cameron, untitled (Flower Garden), acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36 in.

ANNA CAMERON's most recent magical garden...

 

Feather on a Breeze, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 48 in.

MONICA MACDONALD's feather on a breeze...

 

Gerard Collins, Still Life with Simonds St, 2016, pastel, 22 x 30 in.

New pastels by GERRY COLLINS

 

Réjean Roy, La Cabane du peintre, 2016

RÉJEAN ROY has adapted his canvas tent to include a wood stove inside, and built a toboggan so he can haul his equipment.  
View two paintings that resulted after a winter camping and sketching trip.

Réjean has made a video - L'expérience du paysage hivernale - to document this trip... click here

Jason Nugent, Worlds Apart

The Travel Show

 

Glenn Halland Jonathan MacDonald

GLENN HALL and JONATHAN MACDONALD present new work in a duo exhibition entitled COMMON GROUND available to view on-line...

Welcome Spring!

WELCOME SPRING! is an exhibition of exuberance and colour to celebrate the new season. It is available to view on-line with
new work by artists ANNA CAMERON, ALEXANDRYA EATON, SUSAN PATERSON, DANIEL PORTER, CATHY ROSS
and COLIN HUGH SMITH


Isabelle LaFargue's most recent work

ISABELLE LAFARGUE's latest collection of gold and platinum
accented Limoge porcelain

 

 

Sarah Jones, Fire Escapes, 2016, oil on canvas, 36 x 24 in.

We are delighted to present the work of artist SARAH JONES

 

 

The Art of Printmaking

THE ART OF PRINTMAKING

 

RFM McInnis exhibition opening on March 5 at the Glenbow in Calgary

A panel from Robert McInnis's The Demise of Seventeenth Avenue. Courtesy Glenbow Museum / Swerve

RFM McINNIS painted 60 figures on 13 panels of his friends, acquaintances - some famous artists and some not so, from the Calgary art scene almost four decades ago and then they were gone. Their mysterious and interesting journey is chronicled by Taylor Lambert of Swerve and may be accessed here. The series The Demise of Seventeenth Avenue will be on display at the Glenbow Museum in Calgary from March 5 - May 22.


Ann Balch, Tenecia, 2002, watercolour, 29 x 21 in.

We are delighted to see Tenecia again by ANN BALCH.
A rare beauty from 2002 that is currently available...

 

Sophie admiring Lee's new pieces

New whiskey cups and a MIZUSASHI by LEE HORUS CLARK

Danielle Carla Hogan

Congratulations to DANIELLE HOGAN who has been invited to participate in a four person curated exhibition,
" Every Fiber of My Being" by the Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton, NJ. View more of her work and blog by clicking the image above...

 

The Upland Almanac Spring 2016

Four of DANIEL PORTER's charcoals, shown above are featured in the Spring 2016 edition of the US magazine Upland Almanac.

 

 



What great fun everyone had at our Family Art Exploration afternoon! Thank you to our fabulous volunteer Leslie...

 

 

Frostival

 



Daniel Porter explaining the pastel technique

Thank you to DAN PORTER for his guidance and Unison Colour Soft Pastels for their donation of pastels!

 

Thank you to DAVID MCKAY for letting everyone watch him paint and for the expert advice!

 

 

 

Thank you to KIM BENT who brought her loom and book marks were made by many...

 

 

Martin Jarman throwing pots

Lastly, a big thanks to MARTIN JARMAN who brought his wheel, threw a number of vessels and explained the process for many engaged particpants.

 

 


Nikki drawing a prize winner

Nikki Thériault draws the name of the winner of two lovely Karen Burk ceramic mugs following "A Time for Weddings" show at the Convention Centre -
Gallery 78 - the perfect venue for your intimate wedding....

 

Atlantic Salmon Journal

An essay by Suzanne Robicheau on PETER GOUGH's work is featured in the Winter 2015 edition of the Atlantic Salmon Journal with many beautiful images...

click here to read the article

 

 

Sonya Mahnic, George's Clothing Footwear, 2015, oil on canvas, 48 x 48 in.

A Fredericton landmark captured beautifully by SONYA MAHNIC

Christmas Choice - The Art of Giving

CHRISTMAS CHOICE - a group exhibition on the art of giving - click on the image above


Jennifer McInnis-Wharton 01

Congratulations to JENNIFER MCINNIS WHARTON who is the recipient of the 2015 Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation Scholarship! Ms. Wharton is studying ceramics in the Graduate Studies Program, specializing in Raku firing. NBCCD Director, Keith McAlpine said that the $2000 scholarship represents the largest and most prestigious scholarship given within the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. Awarded to a student in the Graduate Studies Program, the winner must demonstrate proven skills in craft or design and exemplify excellence in his or her field of study, coupled with a history of academic achievement.

 

Steven Rhude, Resurgent Light, 2015, oil on panel, 24 x 24 in.

A new addition to our glorious CHRISTMAS CHOICE exhibition is by STEVEN RHUDE. The exhibition has added several lovely new pieces since November 27. Enjoy!

 

 

Yolande and Lee Horus Clark

MATT BROWN and Bell Aliant Community TV1 Channel present LEE HORUS CLARK and YOLANDE CLARK in the most recent artists' studio episode.
It's a wonderful exploration into the artists' work and histories. Please click here or the image above...

Alexandrya Eaton - New Work

ALEXANDRYA EATON's New Work exhibition on-line now - click on the image above or here...
CONGRATULATIONS also to Drya for having another of her paintings recently added to the collection of the New Brunswick Art Bank and
for receiving a Creation Grant from artsNB!

Yvon Gallant, Célébration

Célébrez YVON GALLANT Celebrate - click on image above!

introducing Barbara Safran de Niverville

We are delighted to introduce Moncton artist BARBARA SAFRAN DE NIVERVILLE

Miller Gore Brittain, Female Head on Grey Background,1965, pastel, 18 x 11.75 in.framed

We are delighted to offer a beautiful MILLER GORE BRITTAIN pastel from 1965

 

New airport display

New hanging at the Fredericton International Airport courtesy of Gallery 78

Hunt, Joanne, 1, Night Owl, 21.5 x 13.5, watercolour, 2015

This piece was an award winner as part of the Annual Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour Exhibition 2015 . Congratulations to JOANNE HUNT!

Jessie Babin and the Kingston Prize!

CONGRATULATIONS to JESSIE BABIN for winning one of two honourable mentions for the 2015 Kingston Prize- Canada's Portrait Competition!
With Jessie are Terry Graff, Chief Curator and CEO of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery (left) and co-founder of the Kingston Prize, Julian Brown.
The exhibition featuring the thirty finalists' work will continue at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery until February 2016.

Guy Vézina, At the Crease - updated, 2013-2014, oil on canvas, 36 x 48 in.

GUY VÉZINA captures the spirit of the goalie..and it`s on display at the Fredericton International Airport departure lounge...

Guy Vézina

Making Things Matter

and upstairs in the gallery during November...

 

Nikki Thériault speaks with WILLIAM FORRESTALL about his art, its genesis and symbolism

William Forrestall - a Vision of Still Life: Favourite and New


 

 


Joanne Hunt, Cherry Tango, 2015, oil on canvas, 14 x 18 in.

The brilliance of light captured in cherries and wool by JOANNE HUNT and
ANN BALCH

 

Ann Balch, Two of a Kind, watercolour with acrylic archival varnish, 23.5 x 15 in.

Congratulations to Ann!

This painting "Two of a Kind" won the Antoinette Stevens Award for Best Painting in Show, $1,000 plus medallion, at the
Society of Canadian Artists national juried show
Gainsborough Gallery, Calgary Alberta
July 24 - Aug 8, 2015

Amber Lounder, Tournesols

 

 

 

Amber Lounder, Three Graces, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 40 in.

AMBER LOUNDER's latest - Tournesols, to the left & Three Graces, above

 

 

MATT BROWN and Bell Aliant Community TV1 Channel have teamed up again for a third season exploring the studios of East Coast artists.

This brilliant opening episode takes Matt to the North Shore of New Brunswick where he chats with JESSIE BABIN and FRANCIS WISHART.
Matt has provided a short preview, click above.

To access the full video- click here, then choose the "Lifestyle" tab and the "Studio Tour" tab

 

Francis Wishart CTV interview

To watch the CTV Live at 5 video of Francis Wishart discussing his exhibition, please click the image above or here...

 

Peter Gough

PETER GOUGH - CANOE

 

Nikki Thériault and PETER GOUGH chat about his exhibition CANOE

 

Francis Wishart

FRANCIS WISHART - A HYMN TO THE NORTH SHORE - HYMNE À LA CÔTE NORD

 

Nikki Thériault discusses "A Hymn to the North Shore" with FRANCIS WISHART

 

Spencer Corbett

SPENCER CORBETT - CHILDHOOD

 

SPENCER CORBETT and Nikki Thériault examine pieces from CHILDHOOD

 

Peggy Smith, Two Passions

Peggy Smith - TWO PASSIONS

 

Nikki speaks with PEGGY SMITH before the start of her exhibition - TWO PASSIONS

and

William A. Robinson - BODY TYPE

William Robinson, Body Type

 

Nikki Thériault chats with artist WILLIAM ROBINSON about his exhibition "Body Type" at Gallery 78


Eric Budovitch, Quilts Blue, oil on metal, 30 x 24 in.

 

 

 

Eric Budovitch, Waves Green, oil on canvas on board, 24 x 32 in.

 

 

ERIC BUDOVITCH`S latest work


Andrew Henderson, Preserved Heart, watercolour, 18 x 12 in.

 

 

 

 

Andrew Henderson, Jurassic Phone, watercolour, 12 x 18 in.

Memories preserved by ANDREW HENDERSON

 

Andrew Henderson, Preserved Pointe, watercolour, 18 x 12 in.

 

 

To have a little tour of the first floor of the gallery on Google Business View (by CS Photography), click, drag and play with the images in the link below.
The colour is more blue than in reality, but it's still a nice representation...

You can start the tour outside by clicking on this link...

 

Sonya Mahnic, The Three Graces of Rockwood Park, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 in.

SONYA MAHNIC's version of The Three Graces...:)

Canadian Spirit 2015, the Tom Thompson Gallery

PETER GOUGH'S exhibition "CANOE" in October is featured on the Tom Thompson Gallery website as part of the celebrations leading up to 2017.
An introduction from the gallery's site:

"Canadian Spirit continues through to Canadian Spirit 2017: Someday they will know what I mean… marking the 100th anniversary of Thomson’s death and the 150th anniversary of Canada and which will focus on ideas and issues around Canadian identity, its past and its evolution. The Canadian Spirit series will balance the honour owed to the past with the needs of the present, while always looking forward to the future."

 

Join us in August for OUT OF THE GARDEN, a group exhibition featuring a host of new work by many gallery artists

Out of the Garden, a group exhibition featuring the work of Amber Lounder and Réjean Roy, among others...

including RÉJEAN ROY, CATHY ROSS, AMBER LOUNDER, MOLLY LAMB BOBAK, BRUNO BOBAK, DANIEL PORTER, COLIN HUGH SMITH, KATH KORNELSEN RUTHERFORD, ANNA CAMERON, JESSIE BABIN and SUSAN PATERSON...


Pink Lenten Rose, oil on board, 9 x 9 in

 

Pink Rose Buds, oil on board, 8 x 8 in.

Bruno Bobak, River Breakup, serigraph, edition 13 of 100

 

Bruno Bobak, untited, the Old Arts Building, UNB

 

 

YVON GALLANT

OF PEOPLE AND PLACES features work by a host of gallery artists including this wonderful view of Fredericton by YVON GALLANT


 

 

Vase (Sentinel 11), raku, 13 x 7 in. dia

 

 

 

New shapes, colours and textures in raku by master potter PETER THOMAS

 



Raven Glass, "Frit"

 

 

Raven Glass Studio

 

 

Raven Glass Studio

 

 

New light refracting Bay of Fundy rock glass bowls and a striking utilitarian and also decorative piece by RAVEN GLASS STUDIO


 

 

France Pillière

Wonderful new paper sculptures by FRANCE PILLIÈRE


 

 

A stunning IGA firebox vase

 

 

Lee Horus Clark, Iga Firebox Vase

 

 

 

by LEE HORUS CLARK

Glenn Hall, Mather's Island Beach Rock, oil on board, 8 x 10 in.

 

 

Glenn Hall, St. Paul's Anglican Church, oil on board, 8 x 10 in.

 

Glenn Hall, Jon MacDonald's Cabin, oil on board, 8 x 10 in.

 

 

Visions of New Brunswick by GLENN HALL

A behind-the-scenes video of GLENN HALL's life and painting by Matt Brown may be viewed by clicking on Bell Aliant Community One here...


David McKay, Unused Door, 2015, watercolour, 14 x 21 in.

No one paints stone walls as beautifully as DAVID MCKAY

David McKay, Spring Crabapple Tree, 2015, watercolour, 10 x 14 in.

   

Margot Cormier Splane, Mixed Marriage

 

 

Margot Cormier Splane, Political Stripes

 

Margot Cormier Splane, Cat Burgler

 

 

MARGOT CORMIER SPLANE's brilliantly conceived and executed serigraphs


Robins over our doorway

Two little furry headed robins were hatched on June 7, 2015.

 

 

Parental watch

Parental monitoring...Come see the nest over the gallery's front door.

 

getting bigger

Growing up - June 10, 2015 and two more hatched. All successfully left the nest 9 days after hatching!

Réjean Roy, L'Expérience Nahanni

 

 

Réjean Roy's "l'expérience de la rivière Nahanni" is on-line

Harry Forestell's CBC interview with Réjean about his adventure may be viewed by clicking here

CBC's photos and story may be found here


 

 

Werner Arnold's "Out of the Box" sculptures are magical


Yolande Clark, Timbre

 

 

Yolande Clark, Sequelae, 8.5 in. tall x 5.25 in. wide x 3 in. deep

 

Yolande Clark, Meridian, 13.75 in. tall x 6.5 in. wide x 5.75 in. deep

 

 

A beautiful new collection of buddhas by YOLANDE CLARK


Steven Rhude, Company House, Inverness, 2015, oil on board, 24 x 24 in.

 

Steven Rhude, Company Houses, Cape Breton, 2015, oil on panel, 24 x 24 in.

 

 

Company houses from the mining era in Inverness, Cape Breton by STEVEN RHUDE

Experiencing the Nahanni from Réjean Roy on Vimeo.

Réjean has created a beautiful video of his 2014 Nahanni excursion. The paintings from his trip will be in his exhibition at Gallery 78 from May 22 - June 14

pour la version française, appuyez i

for a larger picture view of the English version - please click here


Isabelle LaFargue, Papillon candle holder

 

 

Isabelle LaFargue

 

Isabelle LaFargue, "Violon" hand painted porcelain with copper, 18 kt gold and bronze

 

 

Hand painted Limoges boxes and candle holders with precious metals by ISABELLE LAFARGUE

Colin Hugh Smith, East Coast Summer, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 24 in.

Spring has sprung with five new bouquets by COLIN HUGH SMITH


 

 


Daniel Porter, Chickadee and Stormy Sky

 

 

 

 

Daniel Porter, Chickadee in Late Afternoon Sky

Our favourite chickadees by DANIEL PORTER

 

 

 

The beauty of winter captured in organza, wool, paper, sequins and other treasures by DANIELLE HOGAN

Danielle Hogan, February (detail)

March 27 - April 19 ...

Stephanie WEIRATHMUELLER - Bedroom Paintings

Stephanie Weirathmueller, Bedroom Paintings

and

HOME - an exploration

Home - A group exhibition, March 27 - April 19, 2015

featuring many new pieces by Eric BUDOVITCH, Danielle HOGAN, Joanne HUNT,
Kath KORNELSEN RUTHERFORD, Molly LAMB BOBAK, Amber LOUNDER, Monica MACDONALD, Ann MANUEL, Stephen MAY,
David MCKAY, Robert RUTHERFORD, Cliff TURNER and Francis WISHART. Please click on the image above to view the exhibition...

Stephen May, Bench in Winter, oil on canvas, 46.5 x 67 in.

the solitude of winter captured by STEPHEN MAY

Amber Lounder, L'Insolite

AMBER LOUNDER's monumental faces

 

Marie-Hélène

photograph by Marie-Hélène Marmen Morell

To read a wonderful article about COLIN HUGH SMITH's creative process by Marie-Hélène Marmen Morell, please click on the image above...

 

Eric Budovitch, Study in Red (2013)

ERIC BUDOVITCH's Study in Red

February 13 - March 8 .... The Art of Printmaking

The art of printmaking


 

 

Stephen May, One Year

Stephen May ONE YEAR

 

Remembrance Day monring 2014

Remembrance Day morning looking from our side porch onto the Cenotaph and the walking bridge


 

Maritime Shino: Wood-fired vessels by LEE HORUS CLARK


 

 

Claude Monet, Water Lilies and Japanese Bridge, 1897-1899

In this exclusive video for "The Guardian", philosopher Alain de Botton gives his top five reasons why art is such a vital force for humanity.
Please click here to watch this wonderful video...


 

 

A multitude of new etchings by VICKI MACLEAN

The Colours of Love, poems by Carmelita McGrath, with original woodblock prints on Kizuki Hosho paper by Charlotte Jones

The Colours of Love

Poems by St. John’s writer, Carmelita McGrath
Five original colour woodblock prints on Kizuki Hosho paper by CHARLOTTE JONES


 

 

Charles Clark, Beneath the Bark, wood turnings and carvings

CHARLES CLARK's "Beneath the Bark" features silky smooth wood turnings and bas-relief carvings of Atlantic Salmon


 

 

Capture 2014 Nova Scotia Realism, by PLAN

Above excerpt from Summer 2014 Canadian Art Magazine
PLANS (Professional Living Artists of Nova Scotia), in association with the Dalhousie Art Gallery, Tom Smart and Peter Dykhuis have organized
CAPTURE 2014: Nova Scotia Realism.

To read Suzanne Robicheau's article in Saltscapes Magazine from September 2014 please click here for the .pdf


 

 

James Wilson, Jemseg Reflection #2, ed. 1 of 5, 23 x 71 in.

JAMES WILSON's photograph has created a buzz with its exquisite beauty...


 

 

Karen Burk, Narrow Oval Platter (yellow), 21.5 x 8 in.

Congratulations to KAREN BURK for having three pieces from her PARADISE series added to the collection of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada!Click on the image above to see her newest artwork just in at the gallery!

Very excited also that LEE HORUS CLARK had four pieces chosen for the collection of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada, including TSUBO below.

All of these pieces will be on permanent display at Canadian Diplomatic Missions abroad!


 

Lee Horus Clark, Tsubo, stoneware with natural ash glaze

 

Lee Horus Clark, Tsubo, stoneware with natural ash glaze

 

 

A video of RÉJEAN ROY as he explores, experiences and paints the landscape of the Kennedy Lakes Protected Area

Le Peintre, le canot et la forêt from Réjean Roy on Vimeo.

 

Stephen May in front of the official portrait of Hon. Herménégilde Chiasson

Congratulations to STEPHEN MAY on the occasion of the unveiling of the official portrait of the 29th Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick,
Herménégilde Chiasson. It's a beauty and worth a visit to the NB Legislature!


Michael Khoury, untitled (Cathedral), oil on board

 

 

 

Pegi Nicol MacLeod, Frowning Face, oil on board, 20 x 16 in.

 


 

 

works from the secondary market of the Christ Church Cathedral by MICHAEL KHOURY and a portrait by PEGI NICOL MACLEOD


Inge Pataki received the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal from Hon. Craig Leonard

Congratulations to Inge Pataki who received the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal from Hon. Craig Leonard
for Inge's significant contributions and achievements to the arts in Fredericton and New Brunswick.