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Original textile art and wearable accessories, also traditional acrylic paintings reflecting our east coast scenery.
The Great Canadian North Art Gallery is a Canadiana Gallery of Fine Arts and Antiques featuring the work of Canadian artist Brian Allen Adams. The artist attempts to define the Spirit of Canada by using native Canadian folklore to tell his unique story. A ...
Visit this oceanfront gallery to see work created by local artists. Find folk art, painted furniture, jewelry, stained glass, and the largest selection of St. Andrews prints.
See the world at the corner of King and Montague Streets! Showcasing the collection of Henry Phipps and Sarah Juliette Ross, world travelers and eclectic collectors, in one of St. Andrews' most beautiful early 19th century houses.
Over the past 30 years, hundreds of students have learned to paint in 2 weeks or less, some instantly, with the revolutionary method and process of Tan. With your interest as a starting point, you can too. No previous experience is necessary.
Two exciting galleries promoting the fine art and craft of over 120 artisans. One gallery features talent from New Brunswick, the other a collection from the Maritimes and beyond. Come and celebrate the spirit of creation at Serendipin' Art.
The High Sheriff Elisha Andrews, son of a Loyalist Reverend, built this home in 1820 to reflect his position within the community. The house is an excellent example of the neo-classical style of architecture.
Fosters the performing arts by providing quality performances and opportunities for young people to learn from internationally renowned artists.
Established in 1964, Sunbury shores, “In accordance with our mandate to “explore the connections between art and Nature”, has played a key role in educating the community about the importance of the arts and our diverse natural environment. Our fac ...
specializing in oils, caricatures and cartooning. Works available on consignment and special order.
The Crocker Hill Store, the creation of renowned New Brunswick artist Steven Smith and his wife Gail, is an oasis for those with a passion for gardening, birding or art.
Tom is one of the most highly recognized potters in Canada and has exhibited widely across the country as well as in Australia, Japan, Europe and the USA. He has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors for his raku pottery and sculpture.