Louis Sheppard

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Terri Whetstone

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Studio 21: Carly Butler & Jason Holley

IOTA is pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. Studio 21 Fine Art has exhibited and sold some of the best contemporary Canadian art for over 30 years, to private and corporate collectors locally and internationally. The gallery represents established and emerging artists; Atlantic Canadians and others from the rest of Canada;

Cliff Eyland

Eyland began the ongoing installation File Card Works Hidden in Books at the Raymond Fogelman Library at 65 Fifth Avenue, New York, in 1997. The work was sponsored by the New School University (formerly the New School for Social Research). He was assisted by curator Kathleen Goncharov, who organized a reception, and Fogelman librarian Gail Persky,

Cliff Eyland

Cliff Eyland is a painter, writer and a curator. He studied at Holland College, Mount Allison University, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Since 1981, he has made paintings, drawings, and notes in an index card format — 3″x5″ (7.6×12.7 cm).

HERMES: Barbara Lounder

IOTA was pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. The Halifax-based HERMES was founded by Emily Jones in 2013, and formally became an artist co-operative in March 2015. Associate artists are Robert Bean, Katie Belcher, Barbara Berry, Thierry Delva, Peter Dykhuis, Eryn Foster, Leah Garnett, Sara Hartland-Rowe, Andrew Hunt, Adriana Kuiper + Ryan Suter, Barbara Lounder, Jamie Maclellan, Mathew Reichertz, Becky Welter-Nolan, and Ursula Johnson! For more

Louis Sheppard

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Terri Whetstone

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Studio 21: Carly Butler & Jason Holley

IOTA is pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. Studio 21 Fine Art has exhibited and sold some of the best contemporary Canadian art for over 30 years, to private and corporate collectors locally and internationally. The gallery represents established and emerging artists; Atlantic Canadians and others from the rest of Canada;

Cliff Eyland

Eyland began the ongoing installation File Card Works Hidden in Books at the Raymond Fogelman Library at 65 Fifth Avenue, New York, in 1997. The work was sponsored by the New School University (formerly the New School for Social Research). He was assisted by curator Kathleen Goncharov, who organized a reception, and Fogelman librarian Gail Persky,

Cliff Eyland

Cliff Eyland is a painter, writer and a curator. He studied at Holland College, Mount Allison University, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Since 1981, he has made paintings, drawings, and notes in an index card format — 3″x5″ (7.6×12.7 cm).

HERMES: Barbara Lounder

IOTA was pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. The Halifax-based HERMES was founded by Emily Jones in 2013, and formally became an artist co-operative in March 2015. Associate artists are Robert Bean, Katie Belcher, Barbara Berry, Thierry Delva, Peter Dykhuis, Eryn Foster, Leah Garnett, Sara Hartland-Rowe, Andrew Hunt, Adriana Kuiper + Ryan Suter, Barbara Lounder, Jamie Maclellan, Mathew Reichertz, Becky Welter-Nolan, and Ursula Johnson! For more

Louis Sheppard

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Terri Whetstone

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Studio 21: Carly Butler & Jason Holley

IOTA is pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. Studio 21 Fine Art has exhibited and sold some of the best contemporary Canadian art for over 30 years, to private and corporate collectors locally and internationally. The gallery represents established and emerging artists; Atlantic Canadians and others from the rest of Canada;

Cliff Eyland

Eyland began the ongoing installation File Card Works Hidden in Books at the Raymond Fogelman Library at 65 Fifth Avenue, New York, in 1997. The work was sponsored by the New School University (formerly the New School for Social Research). He was assisted by curator Kathleen Goncharov, who organized a reception, and Fogelman librarian Gail Persky,

Cliff Eyland

Cliff Eyland is a painter, writer and a curator. He studied at Holland College, Mount Allison University, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Since 1981, he has made paintings, drawings, and notes in an index card format — 3″x5″ (7.6×12.7 cm).

HERMES: Barbara Lounder

IOTA was pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. The Halifax-based HERMES was founded by Emily Jones in 2013, and formally became an artist co-operative in March 2015. Associate artists are Robert Bean, Katie Belcher, Barbara Berry, Thierry Delva, Peter Dykhuis, Eryn Foster, Leah Garnett, Sara Hartland-Rowe, Andrew Hunt, Adriana Kuiper + Ryan Suter, Barbara Lounder, Jamie Maclellan, Mathew Reichertz, Becky Welter-Nolan, and Ursula Johnson! For more

Louis Sheppard

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Terri Whetstone

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Studio 21: Carly Butler & Jason Holley

IOTA is pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. Studio 21 Fine Art has exhibited and sold some of the best contemporary Canadian art for over 30 years, to private and corporate collectors locally and internationally. The gallery represents established and emerging artists; Atlantic Canadians and others from the rest of Canada;

Cliff Eyland

Eyland began the ongoing installation File Card Works Hidden in Books at the Raymond Fogelman Library at 65 Fifth Avenue, New York, in 1997. The work was sponsored by the New School University (formerly the New School for Social Research). He was assisted by curator Kathleen Goncharov, who organized a reception, and Fogelman librarian Gail Persky,

Cliff Eyland

Cliff Eyland is a painter, writer and a curator. He studied at Holland College, Mount Allison University, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Since 1981, he has made paintings, drawings, and notes in an index card format — 3″x5″ (7.6×12.7 cm).

HERMES: Barbara Lounder

IOTA was pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. The Halifax-based HERMES was founded by Emily Jones in 2013, and formally became an artist co-operative in March 2015. Associate artists are Robert Bean, Katie Belcher, Barbara Berry, Thierry Delva, Peter Dykhuis, Eryn Foster, Leah Garnett, Sara Hartland-Rowe, Andrew Hunt, Adriana Kuiper + Ryan Suter, Barbara Lounder, Jamie Maclellan, Mathew Reichertz, Becky Welter-Nolan, and Ursula Johnson! For more

Louis Sheppard

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Terri Whetstone

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Studio 21: Carly Butler & Jason Holley

IOTA is pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. Studio 21 Fine Art has exhibited and sold some of the best contemporary Canadian art for over 30 years, to private and corporate collectors locally and internationally. The gallery represents established and emerging artists; Atlantic Canadians and others from the rest of Canada;

Cliff Eyland

Eyland began the ongoing installation File Card Works Hidden in Books at the Raymond Fogelman Library at 65 Fifth Avenue, New York, in 1997. The work was sponsored by the New School University (formerly the New School for Social Research). He was assisted by curator Kathleen Goncharov, who organized a reception, and Fogelman librarian Gail Persky,

Cliff Eyland

Cliff Eyland is a painter, writer and a curator. He studied at Holland College, Mount Allison University, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Since 1981, he has made paintings, drawings, and notes in an index card format — 3″x5″ (7.6×12.7 cm).

HERMES: Barbara Lounder

IOTA was pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. The Halifax-based HERMES was founded by Emily Jones in 2013, and formally became an artist co-operative in March 2015. Associate artists are Robert Bean, Katie Belcher, Barbara Berry, Thierry Delva, Peter Dykhuis, Eryn Foster, Leah Garnett, Sara Hartland-Rowe, Andrew Hunt, Adriana Kuiper + Ryan Suter, Barbara Lounder, Jamie Maclellan, Mathew Reichertz, Becky Welter-Nolan, and Ursula Johnson! For more

Louis Sheppard

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Terri Whetstone

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Studio 21: Carly Butler & Jason Holley

IOTA is pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. Studio 21 Fine Art has exhibited and sold some of the best contemporary Canadian art for over 30 years, to private and corporate collectors locally and internationally. The gallery represents established and emerging artists; Atlantic Canadians and others from the rest of Canada;

Cliff Eyland

Eyland began the ongoing installation File Card Works Hidden in Books at the Raymond Fogelman Library at 65 Fifth Avenue, New York, in 1997. The work was sponsored by the New School University (formerly the New School for Social Research). He was assisted by curator Kathleen Goncharov, who organized a reception, and Fogelman librarian Gail Persky,

Cliff Eyland

Cliff Eyland is a painter, writer and a curator. He studied at Holland College, Mount Allison University, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Since 1981, he has made paintings, drawings, and notes in an index card format — 3″x5″ (7.6×12.7 cm).

HERMES: Barbara Lounder

IOTA was pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. The Halifax-based HERMES was founded by Emily Jones in 2013, and formally became an artist co-operative in March 2015. Associate artists are Robert Bean, Katie Belcher, Barbara Berry, Thierry Delva, Peter Dykhuis, Eryn Foster, Leah Garnett, Sara Hartland-Rowe, Andrew Hunt, Adriana Kuiper + Ryan Suter, Barbara Lounder, Jamie Maclellan, Mathew Reichertz, Becky Welter-Nolan, and Ursula Johnson! For more

Louis Sheppard

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Terri Whetstone

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Studio 21: Carly Butler & Jason Holley

IOTA is pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. Studio 21 Fine Art has exhibited and sold some of the best contemporary Canadian art for over 30 years, to private and corporate collectors locally and internationally. The gallery represents established and emerging artists; Atlantic Canadians and others from the rest of Canada;

Cliff Eyland

Eyland began the ongoing installation File Card Works Hidden in Books at the Raymond Fogelman Library at 65 Fifth Avenue, New York, in 1997. The work was sponsored by the New School University (formerly the New School for Social Research). He was assisted by curator Kathleen Goncharov, who organized a reception, and Fogelman librarian Gail Persky,

Cliff Eyland

Cliff Eyland is a painter, writer and a curator. He studied at Holland College, Mount Allison University, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Since 1981, he has made paintings, drawings, and notes in an index card format — 3″x5″ (7.6×12.7 cm).

HERMES: Barbara Lounder

IOTA was pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. The Halifax-based HERMES was founded by Emily Jones in 2013, and formally became an artist co-operative in March 2015. Associate artists are Robert Bean, Katie Belcher, Barbara Berry, Thierry Delva, Peter Dykhuis, Eryn Foster, Leah Garnett, Sara Hartland-Rowe, Andrew Hunt, Adriana Kuiper + Ryan Suter, Barbara Lounder, Jamie Maclellan, Mathew Reichertz, Becky Welter-Nolan, and Ursula Johnson! For more

Louis Sheppard

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Terri Whetstone

IOTA: Gallery Pop Up (Deux) is a pop up gallery that featured twelve Nova Scotia and New Brunswick contemporary artists, and two Halifax commercial art galleries for an online sale and pop-up sale event. Artworks were available for pre-purchase from May 1st to June 17th, 2017. All artists were featured for an interview as part of the Six Questions series,

Studio 21: Carly Butler & Jason Holley

IOTA is pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. Studio 21 Fine Art has exhibited and sold some of the best contemporary Canadian art for over 30 years, to private and corporate collectors locally and internationally. The gallery represents established and emerging artists; Atlantic Canadians and others from the rest of Canada;

Cliff Eyland

Eyland began the ongoing installation File Card Works Hidden in Books at the Raymond Fogelman Library at 65 Fifth Avenue, New York, in 1997. The work was sponsored by the New School University (formerly the New School for Social Research). He was assisted by curator Kathleen Goncharov, who organized a reception, and Fogelman librarian Gail Persky,

Cliff Eyland

Cliff Eyland is a painter, writer and a curator. He studied at Holland College, Mount Allison University, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Since 1981, he has made paintings, drawings, and notes in an index card format — 3″x5″ (7.6×12.7 cm).

HERMES: Barbara Lounder

IOTA was pleased to feature two commercial galleries for its Pop Up event. The Halifax-based HERMES was founded by Emily Jones in 2013, and formally became an artist co-operative in March 2015. Associate artists are Robert Bean, Katie Belcher, Barbara Berry, Thierry Delva, Peter Dykhuis, Eryn Foster, Leah Garnett, Sara Hartland-Rowe, Andrew Hunt, Adriana Kuiper + Ryan Suter, Barbara Lounder, Jamie Maclellan, Mathew Reichertz, Becky Welter-Nolan, and Ursula Johnson! For more