Spring has sprung! Although the snow lingers in NB, we know that the colours of spring are just around the corner. Six of Gallery 78’s artists prepare us for the coming plethora of beauty with their floral imagery in an exhibition called Welcome Spring! See below for more details.
Glenn Hall and Jonathan MacDonald share Common Ground – in their off-the-grid lifestyles, in their painted depictions of rural homes, and in their shared history. Their new exhibition explores these commonalities.
Please join us at Gallery 78 in Fredericton this Friday, April 1st, from 5-7 pm for the opening reception of these two exhibitions. If you can’t make it to the reception, click here to visit online. Please visit the exhibition in person until Sunday, April 24th.
Glenn Hall and Jonathan MacDonald: Common Ground
Kindred spirits, Glenn Hall and Jonathan MacDonald both live, at least part of the time, in off-the-grid cabins in the woods of New Brunswick, and each loves to paint the rustic rural landscapes they have chosen to call home. Both artists are inspired by their surroundings, by the Canadian tradition of venturing into the immense landscape, by the non-conformity of artists who have gone before them. Like the members of the Group of Seven, these two artists capture the reality of nature, of a moment in time in the ever changing wilderness. Both conduct thoughtful lives in a search for truth and freedom. This exhibition continues until Sunday, April 24th. Click here to be directed to the artists’ web pages for more images.
Enjoy the vibrant creations of Anna Cameron, Alexandrya Eaton, Susan Paterson, Daniel Porter, Cathy Ross, and Colin Smith. Click here to view the full exhibition online.
Gallery 78 is located at 796 Queen Street on the corner of Church and Queen Streets in Fredericton. For more information telephone (506) 454-5192 or call toll free at 1-888-883-8322, email email@example.com or visit their website at www.gallery78.com The gallery is open Tuesday to Friday 10-5, Saturday 10-3, Sunday 1-4, and by appointment.
Two New Exhibitions Opening April 1st at Gallery 78 in Fredericton https://t.co/zeftcacLzD https://t.co/0lim7dxTWZ