Chromophilia 16 Mar 2013 – 21 May 2013
Chromophilia is a neologism meaning love of colour. The aesthetic priority given to colour is the quality shared by the recent acquisitions in this exhibition.
New Work by Steve Higgins 20 Apr 2013 – 28 Jul 2013
By transposing his charcoal drawings into a wooden structure, Steve Higgins will create a temporary sculpture on an ambitious scale rarely seen in Halifax.
Halifax Harbour in War Time by Arthur Lismer 23 May 2013 – 11 Aug 2013
The exhibition contains five paintings and four lithographs completed during Lismer’s tenure as Principal of the Victoria School of Art and Design (now Nova Scotia College of Art and Design) in the period 1916-1919.
David Dahms Impromtu Residency 4 Jun 2009 – 12 Jun 2009
Impromptu exhibitions provide selected Nova Scotian artists with ample space and limited time to work on projects in the gallery. Visitors are welcome to watch the artist at work during weekday gallery hours.
Wall Painting by Stephen Fisher 17 May 2006 – 20 May 2006
In dialogue with landscape painting traditions and the current mediascape, Fisher appropriates place-related data, such as geological diagrams and weather maps, into vibrant, layered compositions.
Coffee Hour 21 Sep 2005 – 23 Nov 2005
Free coffee and muffins at the Art Gallery, on Wednesdays every month this fall: 21 September, 26 October and 23 November
Frances Dorsey: Rice Paddies / Vîet Nam 4 Aug 2004 – 8 Aug 2004
Rice Paddies / Vîet Nam is a textile work-in-progress by Frances Dorsey. It is being exhibited at MSVU Art Gallery as part of the "impromptu" series.
Peter Walker: Last Supper Dance 12 Jun 2004 – 27 Jun 2004
Nova Scotian artist Peter Walker is known for his mastery of trompe-loeil (fool-the-eye) illusionism and his skill with airbrush and stencil.