St. John’s, Newfoundland ceramist Jane Ogilvie uses a range of techniques to create her ceramics. “I love making teapots,” she says. “There are so many different approaches you can take with them, limited only by the imagination.” For this white stoneware teapot, she built by hand the spout, handle, and knob, and used lace she… Read More»
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P.E.I. visual artist Ashley Anne Clark creates ink drawings with layered, mixed-media landscapes that portray animals in their natural habitats. She forages local forests and beaches for many of her materials, including seaweed, sand, leaves, and branches. Beach Fox #421 by Ashley Anne Clark ashleyanneclark.viewbook.com
Born and raised in Japan, artist Kumi Stoddart has called St. John’s, N.L. home since 2010. From her studio in the Quidi Vidi Village Plantation, she creates a range of mixed-media artworks that draw on elements of Japanese and Canadian culture. Inspired by the first birds of spring, this paper-cut artwork features acid-free Japanese paper. kumistoddart.com
Explore some of the local artwork displayed at 14 Bells, a new art gallery in Halifax’s Hydrostone Market.
The Hydrostone Market in North End Halifax gets its first art gallery, showcasing work from established and emerging local artists
Quilt melds modern design with traditional techniques
Check out this new pottery line by Fredericton artist Maria Guevara
Nowadays, generators are the go-to solution for homeowners, offering peace of mind during power failures, outages, and natural disasters. During uncertain times, these bad boys come in handy by converting gasoline, propane, or natural gas into much-needed electricity, keeping essential appliances running. When you lose power it’s not only the lights that go out. Food… Read More»
Artist Paulette Melanson creates evocative paintings inspired by her Acadian roots