Herringbone welcomes Nova Scotia’s Raquel Roth

If you’re looking for the bright cheerfulness of a beautiful bouquet – that won’t wilt and have to be tossed in a week – then look no further than the work of Nova Scotia’s Raquel Roth.

‘Spring Vibes’ by Raquel Roth

Having grown up surrounded by the natural, tropical abundance of Trinidad, Raquel isn’t afraid of vibrant colour and bold composition.

‘Eye Candy’ by Raquel Roth

We love the unabashed prettiness of Raquel’s work and are so happy to welcome her to the Herringbone family!

‘In Twilight’ by Raquel Roth

Herringbone welcomes British Columbia’s Enda Bardell

Enda Bardell is living the creative dream. A self-described explorer, Enda studied at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design, worked in costume design for the motion picture industry, was the founder of the very successful Enda B. fashion shops in Vancouver, and is an accomplished painter, with countless group and solo exhibitions on her resumé.

‘Cape Split (Bay of Fundy, NS)’ by Enda Bardell

The watercolour pieces Enda is currently showing at Herringbone are a small selection from the work she created during a residency at Parrsboro Creative in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia in 2019.

‘Settling (Parrsboro, NS)’ by Enda Bardell

We love Enda’s fresh takes on our beloved Nova Scotian landscape and are delighted to welcome her to the Herringbone family!

‘Brothers (Brothers Islands, NS)’ by Enda Bardell

the two big COVID-19 questions

Can I still buy art from Herringbone Gallery during the pandemic?

Absolutely. Supporting artists by buying their work online (especially when they can’t exhibit anywhere else) is good for them and good for you, too. As a recent buyer wrote, “I thought, what better time for a little happiness.”

But is it safe to get art in the mail?

Yes. According to the Canada Post website:

The World Health Organization (WHO) and Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) have assured us it is safe to handle mail, including international mail.

According to the PHAC, there is no known risk of coronaviruses entering Canada on parcels or packages. In general, because of poor survivability of coronaviruses on surfaces, there is a low risk of spread from products or packaging shipped over a period of days or weeks. Currently, there is no evidence of COVID-19 being transmitted by imported goods or packages.

If an artist is feeling unwell, has any reason to suspect he or she might be carrying the virus, or has tested positive for it, that artist will let us know his or her work will be unavailable for a while.

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