Gallery 78 is proud to be part of Atlantic Canada’s largest winter celebration, Fredericton’s own – FROSTival
with activities on January 19, 26 and February 2.

Friday, January 19, 3-6 pm

Mark your calendars for Gallery 78’s annual free Family Art Exploration on Friday, January 19 from 3-6 pm. This year’s hands-on activities will include creating sculptures and pottery out of clay with Matt Cripps, who is studying ceramics at NBCCD and making decorative art cards for Valentine’s Day with Nikki Thériault! We will also have an art history game and reading corner. Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies while exploring this historic building and be inspired by the beautiful art on display. Fun for the whole family!

Friday, January 26, 7-9 pm

Beat the post-holiday blues and socialize with friends at Gallery 78 as we explore the world of Port. This special tasting event, hosted by Opimian (Canada’s largest non-profit wine-buying club), will introduce you to the varieties of port, without the commitment of buying a bottle. We will serve a dry white port, tawny, reserve and crusted port. Learn how to appreciate these fortified wines and enjoy some of the best chocolate treats Fredericton has to offer! This is a ticketed event. More information may be found here at the FROSTival website.

Friday, February 2, 5-8 pm

Head downtown to the heart of the city and stroll from gallery to gallery to enjoy the pleasures of visual art at the Gallery on Queen, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the Charlotte Street Arts Centre, the College of Craft and Design and Gallery 78. Besides a feast for the eyes, there will also be live entertainment featured at each venue. More details soon.

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

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

Réjean Roy's most recent exhibition LIFE'S SEASONS may be viewed by clicking on the image above.


New artwork by David McKay, Molly Lamb Bobak, Amber Leger, Monica Macdonald and Barbara Safran deNiverville

David McKay, RCA Amber Leger Monica Macdonald Barbara Safran deNiverville's recent work

Sarah Jones most recent series of Saint John, NB

Sarah Jones' new series of Tin Can Beach, Saint John, NB

Jason Nugent's 2016-2017 expeditions are showcased in his exhibition - SEE, click above for all the photographs


"Painting and Drawing Realism" in the East and West Wings of the Fredericton Playhouse until the end of January 2018
click on the thumbnail below to view the exhibition...

New artwork by James Wilson, Monika Wright, Ann Balch, David McKay and Alan Grabelsky

Please click on the images to view details

James Wilson latest photographs from Mexico Monika Wright's new powerful waves! David McKay's iconic fall image Introducing Alan Grabelsky and his latest serigraphs

Yolande Clark's most recent buddhas

New work by Stephen May, Amber Leger, William Robinson, Peter Thompson and Kath Kornelsen Rutherford

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

Treats by Bruno Bobak, France Pillière, Lee Horus Clark, Gerard Collins and Jackie Doucette

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...


We have copies of the Spring/Summer 2017 Arabella - Canadian Art, Architecture and Design magazine available to purchase at the gallery. Featuring “Exuberant Roses” by Alexandrya Eaton on the cover and a number of wonderful Canadian artists including the work of Jessie Babin.
Click on the image for a peak at Jessie's feature -

Society of Canadian Artists

O Canada - Our Home and Native Land

As part of the Canada 150 celebrations, Gallery 78 was selected to host the Society of Canadian Artists 60th anniversary Elected Members’ exhibition “O Canada – Our Home & Native Land”. Recognised artists from across the country competed and were juried to participate in this national exhibition. The show featured 51 artworks by 40 artists from six provinces. Five artists were honoured with awards totalling $3,000 including the Mary Pratt Crystal Bowl, which went to Nova Scotia artist Monika Wright. The exhibition ran from June 16 to July 9, 2017.

New artwork by Anna Cameron, Kristen Cooper, Kristyn Bishop, Mary White and Daniel Porter

Please click on the images to view details.