"Natural Perspectives" a group exhibition

Bruno and Molly Lamb Bobak "Treasures"

New sterling silver jewellery creations by William Robinson

Marjory Donaldson's Retrospective Exhibition

"VALUES IN GOLD" by Amber Leger

Paintings by G. Horne Russell and Pegi Nicol MacLeod

Looking for inspiration for your walls? Below are images shared by clients of art in their homes, which provide stimulating and enriching moments of contemplation as we spend more of our time in the safety of our homes.

Here's a little assortment of images from the many, on-going renovations to our building.

Sottobosco: The Forest Floor by Barbara Safran de Niverville explores the fragile ecosystem of undisturbed Atlantic Canadian forest floors

In honour of International Women's Day, we presented "The Nine Muses" exhibition

New work inspired by actual places by Raymond Martin and Glenn Hall.

We are delighted to welcome Nova Scotia artist Matthew Collins to Gallery 78

Ann Manuel's latest exhibition features paintings and original multiples in "Sanctuary"

There are a host of charming small works in the 2019 Christmas Choice exhibition...

Cows and bear paper sculptures by France Pillière

"You Never Know" by Steven Rhude

New fall scenes by David McKay

Three by Three - An exhibition featuring Anna Cameron, Daniel Porter and Stephen May...

Ancient and current topography meet by Guy Vezina...

New work by Amber Leger

and France Pillière's Caribou family...

Karen Burk's funerary urns may be purchased on SHOPIFY - please click the link below...

Explore "Landscape Rediscovered" by Cliff Turner

New egg temperas and watercolours by David McKay...

"View from the East" by Christopher Harding...

Visit Northern Québec's Nunavik in Raymond Martin's exhibition "Kangiqsujuaq"

A spring exhibition "Where the Blossoming Branches Meet"...

An exhibition of pastels by Joseph Plaskett

"Intimate Views" by Bruno Bobak

"Working Hands" by Victoria Moon Joyce

and Stephen May

Kath Kornelsen Rutherford, Yvon Gallant, Monika Wright, Richard Montpetit and Stephen May

Monika Wright captures the brilliance of summer waves

To view Amber Leger's feature in the 2018 Arabella magazine, please click here...Arabella - Canadian Art, Architecture and Design Magazine

Borrowed works by Bruno and Molly Lamb Bobak graced the gallery walls in May 2018 for our non-selling exhibition:
"People and Places of New Brunswick".
Thank you to all the 21 collectors who allowed us to share their work with so many admirers. You can still view the exhibition by clicking "The Ball":

Francis Wishart's most recent exhibition may be viewed by clicking the image below:

Gerard Collins' exhibition "Self Portrait" may be viewed by clicking on the image below:

From our archives -

Nikki Thériault and Francis Wishart speak about his exhibition "Self Portrait" -

We are very pleased to welcome Richard Montpetit to the Gallery 78 family...

we are so happy to be representing the work of Richard Montpetit

Nikki Thériault and Andrew Henderson chat about his newest exhibition "Under Glass"

Réjean Roy and his work are featured in ARABELLA magazine


New artwork by Steven Rhude, Stephen May, Karen Burk, RFM McInnis and David McKay

Stephen May's latest paintings from his studio. a new collection of exquisite hand painted porcelain by Karen Burk New work by RFM McInnis Two egg temperas on David McKay's signature gessoed circular panels

Congratulations to Isabelle Lafargue! Swiss magazine "Flash" featured Isabelle and her work in November 2017, to view please click here...


Congratulations to David McKay on receiving a Senators 150 Anniversary Medal

Shown is David's son, Neill McKay, Sen. David Adams Richards, David McKay, RCA and his wife Sharon Tracy


Ann Balch, SCA, CSPWC

Ann Balch's painting "Jean at Eighty-Five"
winner of 2017 Sloan Award at Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour international juried exhibition in Toronto and now available at Gallery 78


Alexandrya Eaton's most recent project featured in the 2017 edition of Billie: Undercurrents in Atlantic Canadian Visual Culture

Have you seen Jessie Babin's video of her drawing - with a little speed? It is definitely worth a look (click on the baseball).
Also, to listen to Jessie's interview on Radio Canada International, click on Jessie's "Self Portrait" below...