The Maritime

Painted Saltbox Gallery

Maestro for brochure

ART

FURNITURE

 

Piano Bar, Artist Peter Blais, Painted Saltbox Gallery

Piano Bar, Artist Peter Blais

When the Painted Saltbox Gallery first opened in 1997, the mandate was not only to showcase the acrylic paintings of artists Tom Alway and Peter Blais, but also to design and build heritage reproduction furniture in the German tradition of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia

Peter attaching the doors to the cupboard

The design drawing for a Linen Press

Tom working on cupboard doors

The first pieces were largely architectural in nature, and included large corner cupboards and wardrobes.  Soon, there followed farm tables, dry sinks, lamp tables.  Reproduction folk art pieces were added to the repertoire, followed by lamps, games tables and benches.

A Selection of some of the Art Furniture we have created at the Maritime Painted Saltbox

In time, more and more gallery space was required for fine art and the emphasis on furniture diminished and transitioned from reproduction to modestly scaled contemporary, art furniture pieces, drawing heavily on the lively folk art tradition of rural Nova Scotia.

 

The Gallery continues to showcase a selection of contemporary, painted furniture pieces and handcrafted lamps as a colourful compliment to the bold acrylic paintings of artists Tom Alway and Peter Blais. 

The pieces exhibited here have been sold. Please check back with this page as we will be posting images of new pieces for 2018.

 

Folk Painted Passthrough Cupboard
Xylo Bar
Magic Cupboard

The Maritime Painted Saltbox

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The Maritime Painted Saltbox Fine Art Gallery

265 Petite Riviere Road, Petite Riviere, Nova Scotia B4V8W9 

www.painted saltbox.com 

saltbox@eastlink.ca

(902) 693-1544   or toll free: 1-877 624-4513