Black Sheep Gallery Welcome to our last winter update. Hopefully we will see the end of the snow soon in Jeddore, Nova Scotia. We have added a very interesting artwork by Willie White (1908 – 2000) to our web site – a large colourful drawing of vibrant green winged horses. Willie worked on Mississippi riverboats and eventually ended up in New Orleans, where he worked at odd jobs and was influenced by the artists of the French Quarter. We have also added a very pretty blue jay by Barry Colpitts and also one of his whimsical bird ladies. Nova Scotia artist Alden Killen has been kind enough to share two new carvings, one depicting the first catch of the day and the other depicting the first duck of the season. Alden has been busy creating interpretative ink sketches for the historic Shubenacadie Canal project in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, which will open this summer. And finally we are pleased to offer a painting of an autumn scene at Belleisle Bay, New Brunswick, by Dale McLaughlin.

The Maud Lewis movie “Maudie” will be released in theatres in Canada in April, 2017, and in the U.S. in June, 2017.

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