Lap Quilt  - Heart Warmer

Edith Marshall - Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

A Quiet Marsh (22 x 26 oil)

Wilda Kaiser - Port Bickerton NS B0J1A0. View Artist's Gallery

Chickadee-ornament

Myrna and Ivan Walsh View Artist's Gallery

Sheet Harbour Falls in Winter

Betty MacDonald - Sheet Habour, Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

Ainslie

Bill Armsworthy - Sober Island, NS B0J 3B0 View Artist's Gallery

Fish Night Light

Marjorie Fulton View Artist's Gallery

Sue Lowe-Henry - Sheet Harbour View Artist's Gallery

Flower Garden

Rosalie Parsons - ​Spry Bay, Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

Jeannette Oickle - Port Dufferin, Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

Connie & Murray

Connie Publicover - Quoddy, Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

Sara Sheffield View Artist's Gallery

Doves

Devon Query View Artist's Gallery

Nova Scotia Art Bank invation

Debbie MacDonald - ​East Quoddy, NS View Artist's Gallery

George Child - Sheet Harbour Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

Ollie Douma - Moosehead N.S. View Artist's Gallery

Robert Moser - Sheet Habour, Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

A Tranquil Moment

Sandy Moser - Sheet Habour, Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

Crow

Barry Colpitts - East Ship Harbour Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

Gerri Frager - ​Spry Bay, Nova Scotia View Artist's Gallery

Path Through a Prairie Field                                             
oil on canvas 14 X 11

Ken Vaughan - East Petpeswick, Gallery in Musquodoboit Harbour View Artist's Gallery

ABOUT

Now re-named Artisans of the Eastern Shore, the Seacoast Trail Arts Association was founded in 2006. This group was formed from a desire to celebrate, foster and promote the artistic talent from our many & diverse artists & crafters living on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia. The Association meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Multi-purpose Room at Eastern Shore Memorial Hospital in Sheet Harbour at 2 PM.

Examples of members' art and fine crafts include:

  • Crocheted & knitted items
  • Dream catchers
  • Fabric art
  • Jewellery
  • Pottery
  • Painting – watercolour, oil, acrylic, silk, pastel, scratchboard
  • Photography
  • Rug hooking
  • Stained glass
  • Quilting – traditional, quilt art
  • Weaving
  • Wood sculpture, bowls, furniture
  • Wood carving

 



EVENTS


CATCH the WAVE! STUDIO TOUR

Sunday, September 29, 2019             10 AM-4 PM

 

1. Barry Colpitts #15359 Hwy 7, East Ship Harbour. Folk Artist

2.Gerri Frager #19746 Highway 7, Spry Bay. Pottery, Poetry & Ceramics

www.NaturalWhorldsPottery.com, email:gernwp@gmail.com

3. Devon Query #68 Winging Point Road, Spry Bay. Wooly Primitives & Rug Hooking email:devon.query@gmail.com

4. Sara Sheffield #95 Old Taylor's Head Road, Spry Bay. Painting, Mosaic, Driftwood Assemblages, Fused Glass jewelry, dishes and tiles

5. Rosalie Parsons #149 Maple Hill, Spry Bay, Taylor Head. Quilting

6. Edith Marshall #149 Maple Hill, Spry Bay. Quilting

7. Connie Publicover/ The Henley House, #22478 Hwy 7, Sheet Harbour. Snap Drop Photography

8. Robert Moser #20 Harbour Crescent, Sheet Harbour. Nature and Wildlife Photography, email:www.mosersartandphotography.com 

9. Sandy Moser #20 Harbour Crescent, Sheet Harbour. Wildlife and Nature Artist, silk scarves & Sea Glass Jewelry, Facebook/SandyMoserArt

10. Balcom Centre #25718 Hwy 7, Port Dufferin.

Painters:  Barbara Watt, Leila Burgoyne, Deborah MacDonald,

Myrna Walsh, email:ivan.walsh@ns.sympatico.ca,

Ollie Douma, email:mooseheadmemories@gmail.com, 902-800-2751

Elizabeth Barbour, rug hooking

Catherine MacNeil & Nathalie Ladouceur, Bayside Studio, Unique woodworking including bowls, plant stands, serving trays, walking sticks and more. email:cmacneil@bellaliant.net

11. Lee Leonard #115 Parker Hart Rd., Boylston. Oil painting and monotypes email:parkerhart.studio@gmail.com website:leeleonard.com

For MAP of OUR PARTICIPATING ARTISTS & STUDIOS - Click on "DETAILS" Or See EVENTS

details


Community Art Project for New Public Garden

Mark Krause bought & generously donated land on Behie Road (Sheet Harbour) for a Community/Public Garden.

Julie Adamson-Miller & Miro Davis did a wonderful job facilitating Part 2 - Community-based Art Workshop on May 16, 2019

We agreed to start with a community structure with a wonderful wall of recycled cycles! This space will provide a place to sit, create art (bird, bee, and bat houses as the 1st Art Project) to grace the garden, get out of the rain/sun. 

 

 



FEATURED ARTIST

Bill Armsworthy
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Bill Armsworthy