May 6 - 28, 2022
Small Stuff: Nancy French and Basma Kavanagh
Nancy French is a papermaker, book artist and paper marbler. Originally from St. John's, Newfoundand, she currently resides in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia.
Visit lindenleapaper.etsy.com to buy marbled papers, other specialty papers from around the world, linen thread, cards, notebooks and more.
Basma Kavanagh is a Nova Scotia visual artist and poet, who has lived and worked across Canada, each place determining the nature of her work. Basma now lives and works in Nova Scotia, within Mi’kma’ki. For more information visit basmakavanagh.ca.
June 3 - 25, 2022
Small Stuff: Don Moore
Born in Montreal, Don graduated from the Montreal Graphic Arts Technical Foundation in 1979 and decided to move to Nova Scotia that same year. In 1994 he began studying and perfecting the art of fine woodturning. In the years following, he became a founding member, Vice President (1998) and then in 2010 President of the Nova Woodturners Guild. In 2001 Don won the very prestigious award "Nova Scotia Woodlot Owner of the Year". This important recognition was presented to Don by the forestry sector of Nova Scotia for the sustainable management of his personal woodlot and for his responsible stewardship of the land. Visit Don's website at tidesturning.ca for more information.
July 1 - 30:
August 5 - 27:
September 2 - 24:
Leaf Art/Metal Trees
Image Glass Art
October 7 - 29
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