Fredericton’s Gallery 78 kicks off 2021 with a pair of group exhibitions featuring work by artists from throughout Atlantic Canada.
Galley 78 invites you to take a break from the black and white landscape outside and step inside their Queen Street location to recharge and reinspire your creative energy.
The work of five Canadian artists is currently on display as part of the gallery’s first exhibition of the new year. January Colours includes work by Monica MacDonald, Werner Arnold, Jared Betts, Alexandrya Eaton, and Jessie Babin.
Other work currently on display includes the exhibition House and Home, a collection of work based around the theme of home with painting and sketches by Bruno Bobak, Anne Dunn, Joanne M. Hunt, Vicky Lentz, Stephen May, Joseph Plaskett, Ken Tolmie and Stephanie Weirathmueller.
William Forrestall’s New and Unseen, which opened in early December continues until the end of the month.
All three exhibitions will remain on display until January 30.
While nothing beats experiencing art up-close and in-person, all work featured in these three exhibitions can be viewed online by visiting gallery78.com.