Cat Person. Dog Person:ONLINE HERE: https://www.flickr.com/photos/62710153@N03/sets/72157650731664499/
This show is becoming a bit of an annual affair. Our artists enjoy painting and drawing their furry family members so much that some of them have already begun preparing for the exhibit. We'll showcase a selection of works by local artists We'll be collecting food and cash donations for the animals in need in our community and will also have an artist doing PET PORTRAITS of your pets using images provided by you, for just $25! Show continues until March 11th
FOOD + ART Tour: Saturday, March 14th, 1-3pm, various galleries, tickets required*
Get tickets at this LINK: http://localtastingtours.com/food-art-afternoon-culinary-artwalk/
New Works by Sarah Jones
Saturday, March 14th we'll feature artist Sarah Jones and her latest body of works. Opening reception will be 2:30-4:30pm. Sarah is our newest edition to our artist family and her work is like none other- using a palette knife to create most of her scenes of harbour lines in from Halifax and her home town of Saint John, New Brunswick. The show will continue until April 4th.
|Artist Sarah Jones preparing for the show in March in her studio|
Also in March, we gearing up for some Family Fun over March Break!
Drop by Thursday, March 19th and Friday, March 20th (the first day of Spring) between 1-3pm and try out your green thumb! Buy a little ceramic vessel created especially for this occasion by artist Bethany Butterworth and we'll provide the seeds and soil. Then leave your works with us for a few weeks and check in on them in our windows as they grow and grow and grow! Prices will range from $20-$40 per vessel. Of course, the ceramic and plants you grow are yours anytime too.
Then on Saturday, March 21st, drop by the gallery between 1-3pm and meet artist Ed Beals and William Rudolph. Ed will have new Monster and Robot Games for you to buy and play, in addition to his popular FOLD-eds and William will be on-hand creating a work of art from old bike parts.
AprilThursday, April 16th- DOWNTOWN ARTWALK Free Self-Guided Tours of downtown galleries in Halifax and Dartmouth Find out more about this HERE
SHOW OPENINGS also on Thursday, April 16th, 6pm-8pm
We are happy to be presenting two bodies of works by emerging artists on the rise. New works by Andy MacDonald and Natasha Krzyzewksi. Stay tuned for more details soon and sneak peek images here! Both shows will continue until May 9th.
MAYArtist Gary Staple creates works of art out of wood. We are delighted to be presenting this unique show in in May. Stay tuned for a specific date which will be confirmed soon, along with the name of the artist that will be accompanying him on our walls.
|Cherry Blossom Tea Case by Gary Staple|
Opening Friday, June 5th, 7-9pm
New Works by Shelley Mitchell. Stay tuned for more details coming soon.
Opening Friday, July 24th, 7-9pm
New Works by Gordon MacDonald. Stay tuned for more details coming soon.
CAT AND DOG SHOW Submissions:
We're excited to announce we will host a special day for Cats and Dogs on Saturday, February 28th like past years! We are interested in hearing from you if you paint/create works of art/craft that feature dogs or cats- get in touch directly about your art at email@example.com or call 902-425-9456. We may be able to include your work in the show, which would continue until mid-March. Meooooooow! Bark!
GENERAL ART SUBMISSIONS:
Argyle Fine Art is not currently looking for new artists for this location, however we are always interested in seeing what you are doing for the future season. If interested in submitting your work via a portfolio please follow the submission recommendations below:
An exhibition proposal/ request to show a body of work at the gallery should include the following:
A professional resume/CV
An artist statement
A CD with images, a LINK to your blog or site, or NO MORE THAN 5 images (Jpegs, 300 dpi max)
Do Not Send Us The Physical Artwork or just SHOW UP with ARTWORK!
Please include information on each work: medium, size and date of completion
Reviews, catalogues, articles, history of sales if any.
SASE self addressed stamped envelope if mailing your submission.
You can email submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposal of work to be exhibited - optional
You can mail or drop off submissions addressed to:
Argyle Fine Art
Attention: Exhibitions Coordinator
1559 Barrington Street, Unit 102
Thank you for your interest in our gallery.