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Tag: art

  • Handmade Bright Colourful Walk

    Handmade Bright Colourful Walk

    (Illustration: Charles Weiss) LaHave Sunset Park, alongside highway 331 near Conquerall Bank, has a large colourful path of pencils that have a recognizable shape made by Rick Silas. The colours […]

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  • Sidewalk Creative Art Battle

    Sidewalk Creative Art Battle

    Creative people of all ages were invited to an Art Battle on Friday, September 1st at the Lunenburg Art Gallery. Who doesn’t love splashing paint on a wide open fresh […]

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  • Does This Painting Look Local?

    Does This Painting Look Local?

    (Illustration: Charles Weiss) I wanted to hit the road and find a Maritime scene where I could create my interpretation of it with  brush and paint on canvas. There are […]

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  • Emily Powers Opens Show on Impactful Women of Lunenburg to Full House

    Emily Powers Opens Show on Impactful Women of Lunenburg to Full House

    In a town that has praised the work and accomplishments of men for over 250 years and long put weight to your last name, Emily Powers asks us to consider the influential women in contemporary Lunenburg in her latest exhibition, “Friends & Neighbours: A Portrait Series of Impactful Women in our Community.”

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  • LaHave Craft Co-op re-opens for season

    LaHave Craft Co-op re-opens for season

    The LaHave Craft Co-op, a non-profit group of local crafters that started in 1993, operates out of LaHave Bakery from May until October each year.

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  • Spitting in class is encouraged

    Spitting in class is encouraged

    Imagine two-and-a-half hours on a Monday morning dedicated to knitting and felting, enjoying a leisurely cup of tea with fresh-baked cakes or cookies and the gentle instruction of the master milliner, Anna Shoub, the “Hat Junkie” of Lunenburg.

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