Painted Saltbox Gallery
THE MARITIME PAINTED SALTBOX FINE ART GALLERY
IS NOW OPEN by CHANCE OR APPOINTMENT
If you wish to visit, drop by, or call ahead (902) 693-1544, or email us when you wish to visit. We are more than happy to accommodate your schedule. We re-open for our 22nd season on May 1, 2020
265 Petite Riviere RoadPetite Riviere, Nova Scotia.
2020 will mark our 22nd Season
on the South Shore of Nova Scotia
Current Events 2020
Tom Alway & Peter Blais are featuring some of their work in a Group Show
at the Astor Theatre in Liverpool, Nova Scotia
Riding the Swells
from February 5-28, 2020.
See the poster and slide show below. Click on this link to take you to the website:
Tom Alway & Peter Blais are participating in another Group Show continuing the Celebration of the 2020 Lobster Crawl Festivities on the South Shore of Nova Scotia at the White Point Resort Hotel. The show's title is "Oh Buoy". Here are some of the images of our new work which will be on display at White Point from February 8th to February 14th. Click on the link for more information. https://www.whitepoint.com/events/crawl-aboard-nova-scotia-lobster-crawl/
OUR NEW 2020 MARITIME PAINTED SALTBOX CALENDAR is now available at our gallery. SORRY! SOLD OUT Cost is $20.00 plus tax. Click on the Cover Page to the right to download a pdf of the calendar to see what it looks like.
If interested, we will ship a copy to you via Canada Post expedited parcel to locations in continental US and Canada. Cost will be $20.00 plus cost of packaging & shipping and applicable taxes, depending on your location. For further details contact us and indicate your postal code and telephone number and we will get back to you with exact cost and details on how to pay.
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Maritime Painted Saltbox)
The Maritime Painted Saltbox (Artists, Tom Alway & Peter Blais) participated in the White Point Lobs'ART Show at White Point as part of the White Point Year of the Lobster and the Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl. The Show ran February 1-February 10, 2019. The poster featuresd Tom Alway's newest painting for 2019, 36" x 48" acrylic on gallery canvas "Dress Circle at the Crustacean Carnival." This painting was featured in the show.
Peter Blais created a whirligig for the Whirligig Festival in Shelburne, Nova Scotia, which took place September 15 & 16th 2018. Go to the website for more details: http://www.whirligigfestival.com/
Peter's whirligig was auctioned off. Go to this page for further details: http://www.whirligigfestival.com/artgigs/ and here is the link to the CTV morning show from Saturday September 8th, featuring Peter Blais' Transatlantic Cod https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1484716
Tom Alway & Peter Blais exhibited new paintings at the Old Town Gallery in Lunenburg in a show entitled "Art, I Love it...But Where Are We Going to Put It?. The Show ran from July 27th to Labour Day, September 3rd. Old Town Gallery is located upstairs at Comfort and Joy 248 Lincoln Street.
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 - 6, and Sunday 11 - 5. The paintings not sold are now on show in our gallery in Petite Rivire
Click on the arrow to play audio and the pause button to stop.
(from the YouTube Audio Library, Baroque Coffee House)
In the Summer of 2016 we introduced outdoor art for our summer show entitled Out the Door Art. We created over 30 acrylic paintings on plywood which we treated to be able to withstand the weather and to be displayed outside, during the warmer months, rain or shine. We displayed the art on easels and on the sides of gallery, house and studio. Clients were able to appreciate art in a garden setting.