Inner Space Folk Art Raffle 2018
December 15| $5 - $10
Draw date December 15, 2018
is a Nova Scotian blacksmith/sculptor. John pursued a Master’s degree in psychology at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Since 1970 he has been a full-time blacksmith in East Dover, Nova Scotia and has exhibited locally, nationally and internationally, with works in private and public collections. For over 30 years John has been forging iron and steel into decorative and sculptural forms.
Mary Jane Lundy
has been a full time studio ceramic artist since graduating from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University, Halifax, NS in 2003 with a BFA major in Ceramics. Born in St. George, New Brunswick and her home today is in East Dover, Nova Scotia since 1985. Mary Jane works with Lantz Nova Scotia red earthenware clay; she is inspired by the sea life found in the Maritime waters of the Atlantic Ocean, and the birds and plant life that inhabit its shorelines.
is a self-taught artist residing in Shad Bay, Nova Scotia. For Sara, painting has always been part of her life Sara is inspired by beautiful blends of colour, and feminine aspects in nature while moving to capture and exaggerate the play of light in every painting.
Sarah Irwin of Hacketts Cove, Nova Scotia has always been a compulsive maker. She graduated from Georgian College’s Fine Art Program in Ontario and then NSCAD University with an Interdisciplinary degree. Since 2001 she has been living in Nova Scotia; salvaging, creating, teaching, writing, and reinventing objects
Holly Carr has gained national acclaim for her unique style of silk painting. She graduated from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design with a BFA and B.A.Ed. In recent years Holly has branched out in to performance art, where she paints large works live on stage.
Hugh Chisolm is a retired veterinarian with a passion for outdoor photography. IHe’s had photos of the late Tuxedo Stan published in National Geographic Kids books, on the cover of a veterinary textbook and in Tuxedo Stan’s memoir.
After a lifetime of admiring nature and the beauty of colour, interest in painting led her to learn from some of the best teachers in the region, including Carole Fraser, Jean Watson, Judy MacIntosh and Sandi Komst. Her work has appeared and sold in many local exhibitions. She works with various styles; most of her painting finishes are acrylic on canvas.