Art Displays

Curious about local art? We are too!

When it comes to the arts, Nova Scotia is spoiled for talent, and we're pleased to feature local art in many of our Library spaces.

From The Sunroom at Central Library to art displayed in our branches, we want to give local artists space to connect with our community and share their vision.


Current Exhibits

The Sunroom at Central Library

On display until August 29, 2020

Two Artists: One Art Show

Learn all about The Sunroom, its history, and how to apply to share your art in this space.


Alderney Gate Public Library

Information on next art display coming soon. 


Bedford Public Library

On permanent display

Sylvia Ireland

A long-time resident of Bedford, Sylvia Ireland is well known for beautifully showcasing the colours of nature.

Bedford School of Art

The individuality of these young artists jumps from page. Each line drawing finely expresses the imaginative perspectives of the artist, demonstrating the benefits of Bedford School of Art's fun and collaborative instructional style.

Janet Englehart

Capturing the fine elements of nature found in and around Bedford, Janet Englehart's collection of photographs has been a favourite for local residents for years.


Cole Harbour Public Library

Information on next art display coming soon. 


Keshen Goodman Public Library

Information on next art display coming soon. 


Musquodoboit Harbour Public Library

Information on next art display coming soon. 


Sackville Public Library

Information on next art display coming soon. 


Tantallon Public Library

On display July 2020

Art by Fabien Lutz-Barabé

Fabien Lutz-Barabé and his husband moved to Nova Scotia in 1997 when he started to paint with watercolours and then moved on to acrylics. As a member of the Peggy’s Cove Area Festival of the Arts, his love of Nova Scotia and its surroundings are the source of many of his inspired works. His imagination shows no bounds when it comes to materials he uses to create unique pieces. He had his first published cartoon strip “The Spice of Life” in two local Montreal papers from 1994 to 1996. Currently, he has returned to his first love of cartooning and has two cartoons on various social media platforms with an ever growing audience.

Click hereopens a new window to view more work by Fabien.  

 


Woodlawn Public Library

Information on next art display coming soon. 

 
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