Art Exhibitors

South Shore Public Libraries  is pleased to provide space for art exhibits which reflect the diverse cultural interests of our communities. Currently exhibition space is offered at the Margaret Hennigar Branch in Bridgewater.

Applications are closed at this time. Please read the policies  below if you are interested in submitted an application for our next round.

Art Display Policy |  Application Form (docx) | Application Form (pdf)

Current Show

“Sculptures and Wearable Felt “

Dina de Wit, September  2017

Natural warmth and beauty. Textile arts representing sculptures and wearable felt. This exhibit is a visual representation of the ancient Mongolian nomadic technique of felt making – wool fibre, agitation, moisture, and pressure. Current applications for creating beauty in art, and avant-garde fashion and design are unlimited and constantly being developed. Felt gives us a natural connection to the earth.

Past Shows

“An Inside View “

Marilyn Congdon, August  2017

“Youth Art “

Human Rights in Nova Scotia, July  2017

“Marine and Aviation Moments

Wesley Lowe, June 2017

“South Shore Stories”

Bridgewater Photographic Society, May 2017

“Shipbuilders of Nova Scotia”

Peter Matyas, April 2017

“The Art of Learning – The Integration of Art in the Waldorf Curriculum”

South Shore Waldorf School,  March 2017

Rustworks

Beverley McInnes, February 2017

Colour Alchemy

Susan Lilley, January 2017

My Home Place

Tom Alway and Peter Blais, Petite Riviere, December 2016

Friends by Nature  

Faye Walters-Mossman and Janet Rimmington, November 2016

Off the Beaten Path

Kas Stone, October 2016