Marilyn McAvoy makes real things out of illusory worlds in paintings that are about illusion. The paintings are about illusion and reality as well as “fleetingness,” the fragmentary nature of our multi-media visual world and a pure, passionate love for fruit and flowers and for paint itself.

Marilyn McAvoy makes real things out of illusory worlds in paintings that are about illusion. The paintings are about illusion and reality as well as “fleetingness,” the fragmentary nature of our multi-media visual world and a pure, passionate love for fruit and flowers and for paint itself.

Sculpture - Jennifer Marlow Woodcarver

Canadian sculpture and woodcarving focusing on the whale and organic form.

Nova Scotian photographer and designer Jane Rover's prints are dreamy to say the least!

Nova Scotian photographer and designer Jane Rover's prints are dreamy to say the least!

Anna Stowe is a local screen printer who creates whimsical pieces inspired by nature

Anna Stowe is a local screen printer who creates whimsical pieces inspired by nature

Kelly Morehouse was born in Newfoundland and raised in both the USA and Canada. She studied art at NSCAD University and now works from her hobby farm in Nova Scotia where she lives with her husband and daughter. Her work, for which she has won several awards, has been added to a number of private collections. She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, Visual Arts Nova Scotia, CARFAC and the Hants County Arts Council.

Kelly Morehouse was born in Newfoundland and raised in both the USA and Canada. She studied art at NSCAD University and now works from her hobby farm in Nova Scotia where she lives with her husband and daughter. Her work, for which she has won several awards, has been added to a number of private collections. She is a member of the Portrait Society of Canada, Visual Arts Nova Scotia, CARFAC and the Hants County Arts Council.

Low Tide, Eastern Passage by Mary Garoutte of Nova Scotia

Low Tide, Eastern Passage by Mary Garoutte of Nova Scotia

Silent Eloquence by Sandra Aucoin. Sandra paints in pastels, acrylics, and pen & ink. Her primary subjects are pets & animals but she also does landscapes and seascapes. She is a self-taught artist and has won various art competitions in S.W. Ontario. You can find more information on her website.

Silent Eloquence by Sandra Aucoin. Sandra paints in pastels, acrylics, and pen & ink. Her primary subjects are pets & animals but she also does landscapes and seascapes. She is a self-taught artist and has won various art competitions in S.W. Ontario. You can find more information on her website.

Born in Cambridge Hants County N.S. 1944, the son of a cabinet maker, Ken Spearing completed his formal education in Ontario as a graduate chemical engineer. Art interest started at the early age of 6 yrs. and continues to be nourished in his historic studio/gallery in Summerville N.S. [Riverwind Gallery].

Born in Cambridge Hants County N.S. 1944, the son of a cabinet maker, Ken Spearing completed his formal education in Ontario as a graduate chemical engineer. Art interest started at the early age of 6 yrs. and continues to be nourished in his historic studio/gallery in Summerville N.S. [Riverwind Gallery].

Barbara Carter grew up on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. In the 1980’s she discovered quilting, and made necessary items for her home. Her desire to create her own images eventually led her to create her drawings in fabric.

Barbara Carter grew up on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. In the she discovered quilting, and made necessary items for her home. Her desire to create her own images eventually led her to create her drawings in fabric.

Although Kristie Sheehy's interests are Native and Acadian culture, her sculpture also depicts the interaction of people and animals-Man and his world.

Although Kristie Sheehy's interests are Native and Acadian culture, her sculpture also depicts the interaction of people and animals-Man and his world.

Elizabeth Robinson  finds total solace in painting, yet a wonderful sense of adventure in starting each new piece.

Elizabeth Robinson finds total solace in painting, yet a wonderful sense of adventure in starting each new piece.

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