Highway 7 is becoming a mecca for artists and photographers
with workshops, studios and galleries springing up all along
Marine Drive. Is it any wonder, with all the beauty the Eastern
Shore has to offer?
Stone Crafts and Gallery - Guysborough
A relatively new gallery featuring Nova Scotian artists
and artisans. Part of the 'Authentic
Seacoast' group of companies that is revitalizing
Guysborough's accommodations, dining and shopping experience.
Seaside Exhibition of the Arts
- More than 65 Eastern Shore artists
will present their works and deliver workshops at the Seaside
Exhibition of the Arts, 2007 dates TBA. Read the Blog at:
Marlene York, known for her school art classes has a new
website for her Seaforth
Studio in Chezzetcook.
Rudnicki portrays the creative force in all life from
Lawrencetown with his sensitive drawings and even more sensitive
descriptions. Check Richard's 'Sketch of the Week'.
Katy Morris - Watercolours
Calgary's Katy Morris finds inspiration in the wonderful
spring colours on the Eastern Shore when she visits to create
her beautiful water colour florals. View the
work of Katy Morris.
From our selection of 'briny ocean tossed' posters and
fine art prints selected just for Highway 7 readers. All
things Nova Scotian... view
Title: "Leaving Halifax"
Artist: Murray Yorke
Type: Art Print
Size: 46 x 30 cm
Hutchinson, a versatile artist from Halifax,
Nova Scotia creates digital paintings with a Maritime flavour.
Her tastefully designed website (artfulsiren.com)
also offers digital and printed greeting cards.
Bridge Gap Between Prairies, Maritimes
Here's the 'other' side of musician Gordon Stobbe. He and
his partner Marlene York paint in a variety of mediums,
detailing life out west and the east coast. Marlene is known
locally for her school workshops and murals in schools,
and for teaching children's art classes in her Chezzetcook
Skeletons on the Shore
Do you have a photo of a discarded fishing boat? David Towns
is recording the passing of a way of life and he'd like
your help. Read
the article and view the
photo gallery of Caper relics. Maybe you have a photo
with a Marine Flavour
Barry Colpitt creates stunning wooden sculptures in Tangier,
Highway 7. His ever popular topless mermaids in strikingly
bright colours will always get lots of attention (What happened
to the one standing on Hwy #7?)