Papier Montreal Art Fair

Papier Montreal Art Fair
19 - 22 April 2018

Eight of my works from the Iceland Series: Baer with Me and The Cloud and the Mountain, will be presented at Papier Montreal by Studio 21 Fine Art. If you are in Montreal between April 19 - 22, 2018, come and see all the work!

Papier Montreal is dedicated exclusively to the medium of paper and to the possibilities it offers. It is one of the largest fairs of its kind in North America.

372 Sainte-Catherine
West Street, suite 318
Montreal, QC H3B 1A2
514-7985010
info@papiermontreal.com
www.papiermontreal.com

Studio 21 Fine Art
1273 Hollis Street
Halifax, NS B3J 1T7
902-4201852
www.studio21.ca

Åland Archipelago Guest Residency

I will be working as an artist in residence during the full month of June at the Åland Archipelago Guest Residency on Kökar Island, Finland. I will be  working on two new projects, one of which will be the start of a five-year project on archipelagos.

Studio21, Halifax, Nova Scotia

65,44.8732N 18,54.567W
Baer with me/The cloud and the mountain

JUNE 9 - JULY 6, 2017

STUDIO 21
1273 Hollis Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3J 1T7 Canada
1 902 420 1852
studio21.ca

 

The Annual Group Show 2016 at Teichert Gallery

Night Cloud at Teichert Gallery

It’s the 10th year anniversary of the Teichert Gallery’s annual group show. The exhibition received over 200 submissions and a jury of six volunteers chose 62 original and local art pieces from 48 Nova Scotian artists.

“The diversity is incredible,” said Andrea Smith, the executive director of the Teichert Gallery. “We have works from emerging artists to established artists. It’s a great show to celebrate the diversity of Nova Scotian art.”

Teichert Gallery presents: The Annual Group Show 2016, a juried exhibition featuring forty-eight artists and sixty-two original artworks. (Contributed)
The exhibition will open on Oct. 13 and run until the end of the month. It’s open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday and Monday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.The event is free to attend and all the artwork is for sale during the show. If any pieces are not sold during the show, they will be available for rent starting Nov. 1.

“This event is a great way to get exposure to what’s happening in the Halifax art scene,” said Smith. “It’s a really exciting show.”

land as art

 

The Kingsburg Coastal Conservancy received a commissioning grant from Arts Nova Scotia this spring. The project is called Land as Art: A meeting of conservation and creation.

The KCC has commissioned three south shore artists to create land art. The artists are: Don Pentz, a well-known and accomplished painter; Andrew Maize, a conceptual artist currently working with the new Lunenburg School of the Arts; and, Mariëtte Roodenburg, a photographer whose luminous photographs are exhibited internationally. The artists will work directly on the beautiful Kingsburg peninsula to create art out of natural materials found in the landscape. Although the art will be temporary, the project will be documented by Mariëtte Roodenburg and shared online.

Kingsburg Coastal Conservancy
www.kccns.org

The Craig Gallery at Alderney Landing

NO PLACE LIKE HOME

Juried group show and first Swoon Pop-Up Show in 2015 by Brandt Eisner.
This show features the work of: Laura Kenney, Susan Malmstrom, Monika Wright, France Arruda, Maritza Miari Gutierrez, Sarah Jane Conklin, Anne Launcelott, Mariette Roodenberg, Shauna MacLeod, Lynn Johnson, Bob Morouney, Marilyn Smulders, Pam McDonald, Brandt Eisner, Curtis Botham, Lisa Wright, Nancy Roberts, Jack Ross, Rosemary Clarke Young, Lynette Richards, Kathy Seaboyer, Maria Doering, Carol Morrison, Jennifer Marlow, Pat Lindley

Please join us for the opening reception The Craig Gallery at Alderney Landing on April 29th, 7-9pm. The show will run April 30 - May 31.

The Craig is located at 2 Ochterloney Street, Dartmouth, NS
Gallery Hours
Sunday - 11:00am to 3:00pm
Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday to Friday - 12noon to 5:30pm
Saturday - 9:00am to 5:00pm
Gallery hours are subject to change
Tel.: 1 (902) 461 4698

 

Goodbye anderson

Ten years ago, I launched anderson, gallery of contemporary photography, in the old center of Lunenburg, a UNESCO Heritage Site on the east coast of Canada. Today is the end of my gallery. The building has been sold and will continue to be a gallery under a new name and ownership.

Launching and running a gallery of contemporary photography has been an interesting, inspiring and awarding journey. It started out as a fickle of my imagination and it developed into a beautiful gallery. A place dedicated to photography that received a warm welcome in Lunenburg, many returning visitors on a yearly basis, an astonishing number of loyal customers and collectors, and positive attention from the local, provincial, national and international press.

During its ten years of existence, the gallery represented thirty artists on an annual or bi-annual basis, organized an average of six exhibitions a year, including forty-three solo-shows, five book-launches tied in with a photography- or architectural exhibition and numerous one-day events. The gallery was featured in the series “Hot Shops” in the Saturday edition of the Globe and Mail (2007), it was recommended as a place to shop in the Travel Section of The New York Times (2009), it was recommended as a place to visit in EnRoute Magazine, Air Canada’s inflight travel magazine (2010), it was featured twice in The Nova Scotia 2011 and in The Nova Scotia 2012 Doers and Dreamers Travel Guide and it has received generous attention from The Chronicle Herald and LighthouseNow-Progress Enterprise throughout its existence.

It was a place where many interesting conversations took place, where constructive feed back and warm applause was given and received, where good friendships started and new ideas germinated. Thank you so very much friends and supporters of anderson, it was a super good trip!

Baer Art Center, Iceland

Very good, happy news! I have been offered an artist residency at the Baer Art Center in Iceland (www.baer.is). The Center is located in a very remote area, a 4-hour drive north of Reykjavik, on the eastern coast of Skagafjördur, a large fjord facing the Arctic Circle. Each year the Baer Art Center selects ten artists and architects for a one month residency at the Center and this summer I will be working there from June 8th until July 3rd. I am very excited and happy to be selected and look forward to the midnight sun and incredible light conditions. Thank you so very much Susan Hudson and Jed Dodds for your magic words and thank you Baer Art Center for this incredible opportunity!http://www.baer.is