Herringbone welcomes Nova Scotia’s Barbara Page

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For Barbara Page – artist, designer, gardener, reiki practitioner and self-described ‘creative potentialist’ – making art is about far more than creating pretty pictures.

‘Between Thought’ by Barbara Page

“The creation of art is a portal to the ever present now,” she writes, “losing one’s imagined self and expressing the truth of who we really are–inspiration, creativity, freedom, joy, peace and love.”

‘Paradox’ by Barbara Page

Art is a means of exploration – not just of materials and techniques, but of perceptions and emotions. Art is freedom.

‘Lost in the Dream’ by Barbara Page

We couldn’t be happier to welcome Barbara and her stunning work to the Herringbone family.

Featured Artist: Nova Scotia’s Robin Crouch

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Robin Crouch – painter and co-owner of Herringbone Gallery – took a twenty-year break from making art to work on building up a web and graphic design company while helping raise a family.

Digby Seafood Market by Robin Crouch

Now that the HerringBrats are all old enough to drive, Robin has returned to painting with a vengeance, finally putting that Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from York University to good use.

End of the Tourist Season by Robin Crouch

Determined to find the beauty in scenes others might not find beautiful, Robin is irresistibly drawn to back streets, abandoned buildings and desolated country lanes.

The Fish Market by Robin Crouch

With his son and painting-partner-in-crime, Foster, Robin roams the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia looking for the next underappreciated view. No hunk of rusty metal, storm-battered siding or curious architectural choice escapes their notice.

Cottage by the Sea by Robin Crouch

Featured Artist: Nova Scotia’s Foster Crouch

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Foster Crouch, currently Herringbone’s youngest artist at age 19, is a self-taught painter and photographer of rural landscapes.

Abandoned Tractor by Foster Crouch

Foster is also – full disclosure – our son and an integral part of the Herringbone team. The fact he is our best-selling artist, however, seems proof enough that it isn’t mere parental pride that got him onto our roster. The kid is good.

Low Tide at Halls Harbour (Study) by Foster Crouch

And getting better all the time.

Red Boat in Digby by Foster Crouch

 

 

Featured Artist: British Columbia’s Amy Baxter

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Amy Baxter of ‘cute but stupid by amy baxter’ has been a photographer for three decades and counting.

‘reflections of a plover…’ by ‘cute but stupid by amy baxter’

Using a technique called “texture-layering”, Amy digitally stacks several layers of interesting textures with the photograph’s main subject to produce hauntingly beautiful, delicate images.

‘prince charming…’ by ‘cute but stupid by amy baxter’

Amy’s work is in private collections across Canada, the US, Australia and the UK and we couldn’t be more pleased to offer some of her pieces here at Herringbone.

‘for crowing out loud…’ by ‘cute but stupid by amy baxter’

Featured Artist: Alberta’s Dee Poisson

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After years of producing stunningly detailed works in coloured pencil, Alberta’s Dee Poisson has more recently set her sights on mastering the medium of oil and cold wax.

Springs to Streams by Dee Poisson

Dee is a dedicated plein air painter – no mean feat in Alberta’s often challenging climate.

Be Still by Dee Poisson

With gorgeous colours, brilliant brushwork and beautiful textures, Dee’s work is the next best thing to being there.

Still Water by Dee Poisson

An Associate Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, Dee also leads art workshops and is one-third of the 3 Mountain View Painters group in Mountain View County, Alberta. We are so, so pleased to welcome Dee to the Herringbone family!

 

Featured Artist: Alberta’s Roberta Murray

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Pacific Beach Sunset by Roberta Murray

A self-described “poetic impressionist painter,” Roberta Murray draws on a lifelong love of nature and the land.

When Ravens Speak by Roberta Murray

With soft colours, loose brushstrokes and layered textures, she deftly conveys the spirit of a place, encouraging viewers to relate on an emotional level.

Where The Buffalo Roam by Roberta Murray

Widely exhibited, Roberta is also a juried member of the Federation Of Canadian Artists and the Oil Painters of America. Her works hang in private and public collections around the world and we could not be more delighted that she has chosen to offer some of her work here at Herringbone.