|Englishtown Spill by Alison Cowitz (w27”xh54”)|
Location: 16080 Highway 19, Inverness Nova Scotia
Reception: 7-9pm, Saturday, November 6, music by
Cape Breton guitarist Brian Doyle.
Gallery hours: Tuesday – Sunday from 12-5pm.
Closing date: January 15, 2022.
|Man Plays Guitar While his Wife Dances in the Big Saskatchewan Prairies by Helene Blanchet (w36 “x h12”)|
|Moody Crush by Kristi Farrier|
FLOCK: Anne Morrell Robinson, Margaree Valley, CB
|O is for Ostritch by Anne Morrell Robinson|
AMR: Working in a series and exploring fabric collage allow me to just have fun playing with nature’s shapes and colours. Fun is something we all need in our lives as we adapt to the current changes in the world and our daily lives. Do the birds realize they are adapting to the changes or is it just instinct? Let’s find our place with as much joy as a bird soaring on the wind currents.
A Sense of Place: Regina Marzlin, Antigonish NS
RM: In these works, I try to capture the beauty of the nature around me by using actual plant material to print on fabric. My colour choices, placement and paint layering are my responses to the astonishing beauty of even the humblest weed. These works convey a sense of place and an awe of the details in nature in a tactile medium that shows the hand of the maker.
|Dandelion Dreams by Regina Marzlin (w21”xh18”)|
The Inverness County Centre for the Arts requires masking and proof of Covid-19 vaccination for all events.