Eight Virtual Exhibitions Now On Display

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Enjoy a diverse range of work from many New Brunswick artists by visiting these online exhibitions.

Kayla Dormer | Rue King St | Silver Gelatin Print | 24″ x 36″ | 2019 | Featured in Pigment of Your Imagination: Virtual Exhibition of Second Year NBCCD Photography Students.

As galleries across the province slowly start to reopen their doors after a few dark months, the concept of showcasing exhibitions in the virtual world will most likely become an accepted and expected means of interacting with content going forward.  At least for those still leery of venturing into public spaces for the foreseeable future.

Since the initial lockdown, several New Brunswick galleries have made online exhibition viewing an option, a move that serves to expand the reach of each new collection and bring greater attention to the gallery as well as each participating artist and their work.

There are currently several virtual exhibitions now on display at galleries across the province. Here are just a few of the options available to enjoy from the cozy confines of your isolation location.

Pigment of Your Imagination: Virtual Exhibition of Second Year NBCCD Photography Students. The photography department of the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design would like to invite you to view the online virtual exhibition Pigment of Your Imagination, featuring the work of second year photography students Blake Baxter, Kayla Dormer, Gabrielle Gionet, Korry Hill, and Katherine Murray. View this Exhibition.

Fredericton Society of Artists’ First Online Exhibition. The Fredericton Society of Artists has held its Annual Spring Exhibition since 1949 and, this year, they are very pleased and excited to welcome you to an online showcase of their work.  View this Exhibition.

Lowercase Capital: A Virtual Exhibition. The pitch for this project, presented at Connexion ARC’s 2019 Art Kitchen competition, focused on a desire to present Fredericton in a manner that avoided the city’s postcard potential and concentrated instead on quotidian sublime and strange snapshots that might not traditionally appear remarkable. View this exhibition.

Garry Sanipass’ Masks: Virtual Exhibition. Garry Sanipass is a valued contributor to the most recent print issue of CreatedHERE, Psyche. View the complete series, including excerpts from his article offering hints of meaning amidst deep visuals from within Garry’s mind. View this exhibition.

In Full Bloom at Gallery 78. In Full Bloom is a collection of paintings by Joanne Hunt and ceramics by Karen Burk. Inspired by the gradual unfurling of precious petals both in the light of day and the stillness of the night, visit online or step into the Gallery and let yourself be lost in their beauty. View this exhibition.

Momentum at Gallery on Queen. Gallery on Queen’s first virtual exhibition features the work of Moncton artist Jared Betts. Paintings by Jared Betts’ can be found the world over, in private collections from Paris to Los Angeles.  His work often features bright colours, deliberate drips and abstract imagery.  He completed his MFA at NSCAD in Halifax, Nova Scotia and had his first international exhibition (Iceland) the same year. Over the past ten years Betts has participated in dozens of exhibitions across New Brunswick, Canada and around the world. View this exhibition.

Several Exhibitions from the New Brunswick Museum. Explore a little New Brunswick history with these nine exhibitions. View these exhibitions.

Two Exhibitions from the Saint John Arts Centre. The SJAC is currently hosting a pair of online exhibitions of work by Dan Xu and Carol Taylor. View this exhibition.

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