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Antoine Gaber
Her Honour, the Lieutenant Governor and Mr. Gaber will attend the Benefit RSVP dinner Saturday, April 5, 2003 6:30pm - 11:30 pm and Opening Reception on Sunday, April 6, 2003 3:00pm - 6:00 pm Exhibition continues until, August 30th, 2003 at The Dufferin Inn & Suites, Saint John, New Brunswick.
In collaboration with Artloggia, a fundraising event to benefit The Canadian Liver Foundation
Thursday, July 3rd, 2003 from 18h00 to 21h00 (opening reception)
Exhibition continues until, July 28th, 2003. Opening hours to the public from Monday to Fridays only from 9:30 AM- 5:30PM.The Ontario Club, 30 Wellington St., West, 5th floor, Toronto, Ontario

The artist Shirley deLang has following shows
Yorkville Public Library, 22 Yorkville
Avenue, Toronto - Feb.15 to Mar. 31, 2003, and
First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto, 175 St. Clair
Avenue West Toronto - April 1 to 30, 2003

picasso to pop
Argyle Fine Art invites you to join in celebration of Richard Weisman’s new book
Picasso to Pop: The Richard Weisman Collection. Meet the man and see the art: 4 original Andy Warhols will be here for one night only. We hope youcan be part of this exciting evening with us.
Thursday, April 17, 2003, 5:00 - 8:00 PM
1584 Argyle St., Halifax, Nova Scotia
(902) 425-9456

Two Jolly Men, Art and a Bus
Second Saturday Returns
Next Second Saturday Tour: December 14, 2002 1pm-4pm
-(HALIFAX)- Join gallery tour leaders Ian Muncaster; Zwickers, and Sandy Leim; ViewPoint Gallery on a joyful tour of four Halifax galleries during this holiday season. Come and see new and recent work by local artists, meet an artist or two, have a cookie and a cup of hot apple cider, of course. For the third time this year, Halifax galleries join forces to bring you Second Saturday guided gallery tours. The tours are open to everyone however a donation of $5 is suggested.Just jump on the bus on the Second Saturday of each month until May and enjoy an afternoon of art. Tours begin at 1pm and return at 4pm. First come, first serve.

The cooperation of local galleries has made the Second Saturday gallery tours a very exciting reality. The variety of work exhibited will include a full range of artistic possibilities. Our goal is to introduce galleries and their artists to the public in a fun and unpretentious atmosphere with an emphasis on raising art awareness and appreciation. Our hope is that Second Saturday will catch on and that it may become a family event – a nice way to spend a Saturday afternoon.

The next Second Saturday will be on December 14, 2002. The tour will begin at Pier 21 at 1pm and continue to ViewPoint Gallery, Argyle Fine Art, Zwickers, and Studio 21 and then returning to Pier 21 at 4pm.

Participating galleries are: Anna Leonowens Gallery, Argyle Fine Art, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Secord Gallery, Studio21 Fine Art, ViewPoint Gallery, and Zwickers Gallery and a new addition- Mary E. Black Gallery.

For further information please contact galleries listed above or:
Adriana Afford at (902) 425-9456

NEW WORK BY HOLLY CARR Opening Reception Saturday, October 5, 7:00 PM-(HALIFAX)- Argyle Fine Art and artist Holly Carr invite you to join the party at Holly's exciting new exhibition "The Art of the Cocktail Party" opening October 5. Holly celebrates life and shows us how to have fun with art, as she transforms the gallery space into a living room and kitchen complete with hand-painted love seats, cushions, glassware, tables, lampshades, her own trademark wall pieces and many more delightful objects that are sure to set the mood for a sophisticated soiree.
Carr has gained notoriety in Nova Scotia for her unique style of silk painting. The bright colours, bold outlines and Carr's delightful sense of humour make each piece a one of a kind creation. The subjects in her paintings are caricatures of people living ordinary and extraordinary lives – their lusty faces looming large in each scene or satirical setting. Carr's luscious silk paintings are in many private and corporate collections.
Sequins, boas, animal prints and smoking jackets are encouraged.Exhibition Runs: October 5th to 30th, 2002
Opening Reception Saturday, October 5, 7:00 PM
FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact:Adriana Afford or Svava Juliusson 902.425.9456 Argyle Fine Art


Roger Beaudry will be showing several of
his Cape Breton landscapes, and Lori Secouler-Beaudry will be showing her Maritime photography at Hands Dancing 2002, Inverness County Centre for the Arts, Cape Breton, NS (October 20, 2002)

TAN-WETTA-PEKSI - UP WHERE I BELONG
A Fine Art Exhibition By Dozay about
Her Story, and Her People
September 27 - October 31,2002
UCCB Art Gallery, Sydney, N.S.
Aboriginal fine arts exhibitions in Atlantic Canada are unique and rare. Not only do these exhibitions demonstrate a distinct style, but their messages are rooted in a culture and a history that can only be found along the East Coast of North America.
Traditionally, the Aboriginal Peoples of the East Coast identify themselves as the Wabanaki- The People of the Dawn. The Mik'maq, Maliseets, Passamaquoddy and, the Penobscot, also the Eastern and Western Abenaki, are all part of the Wabanaki Family.
The traditional territory of the Maliseets, or the Wolastoqiyik is along the St. John River of New Brunswick and Eastern Maine. (Wolastoqiyik means, "The People or the Shining River"). It is from these roots that Dozay presents the beauty and the uniqueness of the Wabanaki as a celebration of her culture, ancestors and family
Dozay has chosen to call her Exhibit 'Tan-Wetta-peksi'-Maliseet word meaning 'Up Where I Belong', or where I belong. Not only does she bring out the distinctiveness of her own family and people, but she also interweaves her work with the spirit of other wabanaki Peoples, especially the Mik'maq, with whom she has lived among for most of her life.
Dozay's Oil and Airbrush Originals display a seamless relationship between the two East Coast Peoples. In the same way, she brings together the past and the present,into a spiritual unity of love, strength and beauty: Her deep affection and devotion for her People is clearly evident. Dozay's earthy tones and colors are subtle, yet daring- powerfully expressing her closeness to Mother Earth.
In a Deeper sense, Dozay's work shows her intense longing for her original Wolastoqiyik roots. Her roots seem so distant to her at times because she has lived most to of her adult life away from the ways of her People.

Dozay is dedicating this exhibition to her family- the roots that anchor and nourish her life: She is also dedicating the proceeds from this unique exhibition to the advancement of Aboriginal Fine Art and Music, in Unama'ki or Cape Breton Island.
It is her dream that she can inspire and help others to touch their roots and bring out the beauty of their People.

The artist Joseph Cach will be having International art tour. His art can be seen at:
Utrecht, Holland - Holland Art Fair, Jaarbeurs Utrecht - Nov 14, 2002 to Nov 17, 2002

On July 19, 2002, Friday 5:30 to 11pm at Alcatraz Pub in the Brunswick Hotel, Katerina Fretwell is a co-organizer of a gala Poetry Bash 2002 with poets from Parry Sound, Toronto, and Sudbury.

Katerina Fretwell will be part of the Seguin Studio Art Tour around August 3rd and 4th, whatever the weekend dates will be, this summer, 2002, at her house, 10 am to 5pm, both days, Fire Route #400, Rankin Lake Road South, off Highway #69, Ontario, Canada.

For the fourth year, Katerina Fretwell's art will be part of the Ojibway Show on Ojibway Island, 20-minute boat ride north of Pointe au Baril, Ontario, August 9, 10, 11, and 12, 2002.

Katerina Fretwell will have art at the Festival of the Sound, July 19 to August 12, 2002, Parry Sound, Ontario at the Parry Sound High School on the corner of Joseph and Isabella Streets.

Katerina Fretwell will have art on display at the Buckhorn Art Show on August 19, 2002.

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