Welcome to the Maritime Painted Saltbox
A Unique Artists' Studio Featuring Artwork by Tom Alway & Peter Blais
in Petite Riviere, Nova Scotia
The Maritime Painted Saltbox Fine Art Gallery
Fence at Blue Rocks by Peter Blais
Maybe Next Year by Tom Alway
Morning Fog by Peter Blais
Two Fixer Uppers on Offer, Ocean Views, Income Potential by Tom Alway
Living on the Edge by Tom Alway
Mid-Day Light by Peter Blais
Buoy-King of the Hill by Tom Alway
Living Precipitously by Tom Alway
Sunday Best by Peter Blais
Tom Alway & Peter Blais , Artists
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THE PAINTED SALTBOX FINE ART GALLERY
IS OPEN FOR OUR 24TH SEASON
HOURS OF OPERATION:
DAILY FROM 10-5 SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
Even though Covid Protocols have been rescinded in Nova Scotia, may we recommend that you continue to mask at the gallery, sanitize and maintain distancing to ensure your continued good health. We, ourselves, will mask when visitors arrive.
The Maritime Painted Saltbox is pleased to announce that Saltscapes Magazine has published a Feature Article (A Feast of Colour and Joy) on the Maritime Painted Saltbox and the two artists, Tom Alway and Peter Blais, written by Anne Calder. The article appears in the February/March 2022 Vol. 23 No.1 . Click on the image left to download the pdf of the article. Permission is by courtesy of Saltscapes Magazine. You may go to the magazine's website at: Saltscapes Magazine features the best of Atlantic Canada - Saltscapes Magazine
Find us on the map!
The Maritime Painted Saltbox Fine Art Gallery Calendar for 2023 has arrived.
Click on the image below to download a pdf of the calendar. You can pick up a copy at the gallery when you visit or you can go to the shopping page to order.
Find us on the map!
Below find the Map Guide for Petite Riviere, LaHave & Area for 2022. This will provide you with information on everything you can see and do in our area after you leave the Maritime Painted Saltbox. Click on the cover image below to bring up a pdf of the full map. (Then print it to help you get around and see and do everything.)