Thursday - Sunday
Noon - 5pm
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A Member's Exhibition by Ron Pitts
Exhibition: November 3 - 27, 2022
Opening: Thursday, November 3, 6-8pm
Artist talk: Sunday, November 13, 2pm
From 2004 beginnings to the present, from the Rockies to the Maritimes, from the minute to the magnificent, whether on land, water, or in the air, Ron Pitts’ wildlife will take you from awww to awe. Experience Ron’s first solo exhibition in Nova Scotia. Come and enjoy.
Saturday, November 5, 2022
10am to Noon
Print reviews are open to the public! Bring your prints (any size, framed or not) for a review led by a Gallery Member. If you've ever wondered what others think of your work but were too shy to ask or always received the dreaded "It's nice" response, this is your opportunity. We hope to see you there!
While masking is no longer required, all participants are encouraged to wear masks during the print review, for the safety of all participating.
ViewPoint Gallery and Lot Six Bar and Restaurant are collaborating to display work by ViewPoint artists beginning in August. Be sure to stop by Lot Six at 1685 Argyle Street in Halifax for a fine dining and fine art experience.
Exhibition: December 1-24, 2022
Opening: Thursday, December 1, 6-8pm
Be sure to drop by ViewPoint Gallery Thursday, Dec. 1 at 6 pm for the opening of the gallery's annual holiday MINI show and sale. Well over 100 beautiful, framed fine art photographs of many subjects, all 8"x10" or smaller and all priced at less than $100. Also available: a large selection of Art Cards at $5 each.
ViewPoint Gallery International Photography Competition Nov. 2022
Since 2013, ViewPoint Gallery has held a competition open to photographers located in any country around the world, with no restrictions on subject matter. The images are reviewed by an independent jury, and the winning 12 photographs are displayed through the year at ViewPoint Gallery.
Natasha Ganme (Brazil)
The image Bader is part of a series in which the artist investigates objects that belonged to her great grandmother. Bader portrays a woman through her belongings and fragments brought from Lebanon to Brazil as an immigrant.
Natasha Ganme was born in 1991 and raised in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Passionate about photography since the age of 13, Natasha later graduated in professional photography from the Panamerican School of Arts, and UNIP (Paulista University). She later took a post graduate 2 year course in visual poetry at the FAAP institution.
Natasha was discovered by curator Eder Chiodetto at an early age and has since been participating in multiple exhibitions across Brazil. Natasha published her first photography book in 2020. The book has travelled to countries all over the world and her work has been increasingly diffused outside Brazil.
Natasha’s main theme of research is the impermanence of the human body, the memory attached to objects and the inevitable decay that time brings upon every aspect of life.