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This page documents the various exhibitions which have been featured at Fog Forest Gallery. The thumbnail photo introduces each individual exhibition. Clicking on the thumbnail photo will take you to a page dedicated to that past exhibition.

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    This exhibition, the offering for the holiday season 2016, "Making Spirits Bright" featured many of the artists represented by Fog Forest Gallery. Works both large and small, all hand made, were examples the fine creative work being done in Atlantic Canada. To see this exhibit please visit this page.
       
    Werner Arnold and Alexandrya Eaton are both New Brunswick artists who share in their love of colour and movement. This collaborative exhibition opened in October 2016 and it brought lightness, colour and enthusiasm into the gallery. To see this wonderful exhibition please visit this page.
       
    "Art for a World Gone Mad" was an invitation to nine Canadian artists for their responses and reactions to this time in history. This exhibit, featured in September 2016 included both their original artworks as well as their personal statements. Please view this thoughtful exhibit here.
       
    The summer of 2016 was, in the Maritimes, a glorious summer with lots of sun and warmth. This painting of Mary Scobie's sums up the colour and gentle breezes of this exhibition. Visit this page to view the exhibition .
       
    Fog Forest Gallery has been organizing exhibitions that showcase the work created by Mount Allison University's Fine Art Alumni for many years. This is the 2016 offering. Please visit this page to see this multi media exhibit.
       
    As part of Sackville's arts festival, Bordertown 2016, this exhibition featured the recent work of eight New Brunswick painters. To view this outstanding exhibition please visit this page.
       
    In the Spring of 2016, Fog Forest Gallery hosted an exhibition showcasing our many remarkable printmakers. Please visit this page to view this exhibition.
       
    The Christmas exhibition at Fog Forest Gallery included many new and exciting artworks by our Gallery artists. Some of these works are still available. Please visit this page to view this exhibition.
       
    The time in the gallery during the Fall of 2015 was filled with colour and the last warm of the summer. This exhibit presents new works by the artists of Fog Forest. To view this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    The annual Mount Allison showcase was as diverse and strong as ever in 2015. It was a pleasure to see, in one exhibit, Forrestall, Colville, Pratt, Holownia, Paterson, Pulford and Pentz ... to name only a few. Please visit this page for the full story.
       
    Fog Forest and Thunder and Lightning co-sponsored this exhibition with outstanding NB painter Stephen Scott which took place during the 'Border Town' Festival. To view Stephen's paintings and drawings please visit this page.
       
    The first "Border Town" festival was a sampler of all the cultural activities in our small town. It was a successful overview of the talent that lives here. Fog Forest organized a special exhibition to feature the visual artists of Sackville. Click here to visit that exhibition.
       
    "Short 'N Suite" was a short and beautiful exhibition by Nova Scotia painter, Gordon MacDonald and New Brunswick furniture maker, John Crawford. This exhibit, although only two short weeks, brought some much needed colour and tranquility into the gallery. To view this exhibit visit this page.
       
    The Christmas Collection is always a treasured event at Fog Forest. New works by many of the gallery's artists and artisans are featured each year. This year's show, "Do You See What I See" continued that tradition. We love traditions. To view that exhibition please visit this page.
       
    Fog Forest Gallery celebrates 30 Years. To celebrate, the first artists featured in September of 1984 were invited back for a special show. Robert Rutherford and Kath Kornelsen Rutherford presented an exhibit of paintings and prints that became, for them as well, a walk down memory lane. To view this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    Over the summer, Fog Forest relaxes a little and exhibits an ever-changing exhibition featuring the artists represented by the Gallery. To view this exhibition from Summer 2014 please visit this page.
       
    In May 2014, Fog Forest organized the first spring exhibition dedicated to gardens,gardeners and gardening. Outdoor sculptures, still lifes of gardens and flowers were beautifully nudging us towards warmth, colour and outdoor pursuits. Please visit this page to see the entire exhibition.
       
    The Mount Allison Alumni Showcase for 2014 celebrated the many successful careers of artists who have had associations with Mount Allison University. This year's show was strong and varied and included bronze castings by Dawn MacNutt (BA - Class of 1957) who was awarded an Honourary Degree.To view this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    New Brunswick born Rose Leonard returns to NB from British Columbia after 30 years. In April of 2014, Fog Forest presented a solo exhibition of recently created glass, stone and wood sculptures by Rose. Welcome home Rose. To see this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    Sackville experienced a very long, snowy and cold winter in 2014. Fog Forest presented it's Gallery Artists showcase during this time in hopes of lifting the spirits of those who visited. To view this exhibition please see this page.
       
    Sackville native, Mary Scobie, presented a solo exhibition of paintings entitled, "Close Encounters" in September of 2013. Now living in Victoria BC, these paintings depict a strong sense of place and time. Please visit this page to see this exhibition.
       
    The summer is a time for relaxation and freedom and this summer's Gallery Artist exhibition displayed lots of variety and playfulness. Please visit this page to see what was offered in 2013 from the artists at Fog Forest.
       
    The 2013 Mount Allison Showcase exhibition continued to impress gallery viewers with some insight on the extraordinary talents of the artists who have graduated, taught or studied at Mount Allison University. To see this exhibition visit this page.
       
    Mount Allison graduate, Dennis Austin Reid, presented a solo exhibition featuring seven large format oil on canvas paintings and four small studies in April of 2013. These impressive works were all recent paintings. Please visit this page to see the exhibition.
       
    During the winter of 2013, a multi-media exhibition featured Gallery Artists. This show demonstrated the creative works of artists from all across Canada. To view this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    The Christmas season is a time for the 'best of the best' and the artists of Fog Forest Gallery continue to present creative and imaginative works to this annual exhibition. To view the exhibition please visit this page.
       
    Every couple of years, Fog Forest is privileged to host a solo exhibition with Nova Scotia artist Susan Paterson. Please visit this page to view the exhibition which took place in October of 2012.
       
    The summer of 2012 Sackville celebrated it's 250th anniversary. Canadian photographer Thaddeus Holownia exhibited works depicting the architectural changes in Sackville over the past 30 years. See this exhibit.
       
    The 2012 Mount Allison Showcase exhibition provided, once again, an extraordinary show of the talent and depth of the artists who have graduated, taught or studied at Mount Allison University. To see this exhibition visit this page.
       
    It is clear from the response to this exhibition that people are passionate about the Tantrmar area. "Marshlands and Tidelines" featured paintings by Michael McEwing, ceramics by Ghita Levin and carved sculptures by Jim Edsall - all based on the Tantramar region. Please see this successful exhibition by visiting this page.
       
    Although winter tends to be a quiet time in the gallery, this year's Gallery Artist show was alive with colour and energy. To view these fine works by many of Fog Forest Gallery's artists please visit this page.
       
    A very successful exhibition was hosted leading up to Christmas 2011. "Our Finest Gifts We Bring" assembled many of the fine artists and artisans represented by Fog Forest Gallery. Please visit this page to view the exhibition.
       
    In October of 2011, four painters came together to explore the theme of Autumn and Gold. A very successful exhibition resulted. Please visit this page to see the work of Jack VanderWal, Karen Shackleton, Alexandrya Eaton and Donna Rawlins Sharpe.
       
    This multi-media group show exhibited throughout the summer of 2011. It featured many of the Fog Forest artists. To view this exhibition please visit this page. For current availability of any of these works please contact the gallery.
       
    The 2011 Mount Allison Showcase exhibition featured new works by many artists well known across Canada. This new work by Christopher Pratt is a perfect example of the fine work being created by Mount Allison Alumni. To see this exhibition visit this page.
       
    Two exciting New Brunswick artists were featured in this two person show entitled, "Splash". The bleak colourless world of April 2011 was transformed by Alexandrya Eaton's paintings and Werner Arnold's wood sculptures. See this Exhibition.
       
    "Our Finest Gifts We Bring" was the title of the Christmas Showcase (Gallery Artists) Group show which began in November of 2010. Many artists were presented in this multi -media exhibition. To view this exhibit please visit this page.
       
    For 25 years, Fog Forest Gallery and Susan Paterson have been working together. This solo show, held in October 2010, celebrated this wonderful relationship. Please visit this page to see Susan's remarkable work.
       
    During the month of September 2010, the gallery hosted an invitational exhibition on the theme of birds. This show included works by John Chardine, Jim Edsall, Ghita Levin, Donna Rawlins Sharpe, David Silverberg and Mary Swain. To view Our Feathered Friends please visit this page.
       
    It has been an annual spring tradition to host a special showcase exhibition to feature the artists that have studied, graduated or taught at Mount Allison's Fine Art programme. This page features the 2010 show.
       
    In April 2010, an exhibition entitled, A Little Spring Fling, introduced some new works with warm and bright colours into the gallery. To view this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    Sari LaBelle presented an exciting exhibition of her new jewelry designs using colours and stones to warm the winter chill. To see a segment of this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    In the Fall of 2009, an exhibition, "Blurring the Edges" was designed to feature works with a stronger abstract quality. It showcased the work of Alexandrya Eaton, Yvon Gallant, Thomas Joseph, Michael McEwing, Don Pentz and Karen Shackleton. To view this show - please visit this page.
       
    During August and September of 2009, an invitational group exhibition entitled, "Surface and Texture" featured fine craft and painting. To see this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    July of 2009 featured a multi-media group exhibition of Canadian women artists. "The Wild-ing of the Women" was a play on the Shakespeare production title, "The Taming of the Shrew" which was featured during this summer's Festival by the Marsh. To view this exhibition - visit this page.
       
    Mount Allison Showcase 2009 is an annual exhibition that celebrates many of the remarkable artists who have been associated with the Fine Arts programme at Mount Allison University over the years. To view this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    Atlantic Editions IV was a group exhibition featuring all the wonderful printmakers that are represented at Fog Forest Gallery. This exhibition, which took place in April of 2009 can be seen by visiting this page.
       
    In preparation for the Christmas season 2008, a group exhibition entitled, "The Wonder of It All" presented new works from many of the gallery artists. This exhibition can be seen by visiting this page. Many of those works are still available.
       
 

  During the month of November 2008, Fog Forest Gallery hosted this two person exhibition featuring the digital photographs by John England and the most recent creations by jewelry designer Sari LaBelle - artists who are both living in New Brunswick. Many of these works are still available. Please visit this page to view the work of these two exceptional artists.
       
    This exhibition featured the work of twelve amazing fibre artists. "Fibre Optics" showcased quilting, rughooking, felting, silk painting, knitting and cloth sculpture. Please visit this page to view this exhibition which took place in October 2008.
       
    Susan Paterson has been a valued member of the Fog Forest community since 1985. This solo exhibition, New Directions, featured recent watercolour paintings and a number of oil paintings as well as a selection of her handpainted etchings. To view this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    Our small town of Sackville has been associated with cultural activities for many years. In fact Sackville has been named one of Canada's Cultural Capitals for 2008. In recognition of this award, an exhibition entitled, "Some of Our Own" was organized in August to showcase the strong and varied talents of our Sackville artists. Please visit this page to view this exhibition.
       
    Summer is the time to showcase the many talents of Fog Forest Gallery artists. This "Gallery Artists" exhibition featured many diverse works in a variety of media. Please visit this page to see the Summer Showcase 2008
       
    "Mount Allison Voices" showcased artists and teachers who have been associated with the Mount Allison University's Fine Art Department over a sixty year period. To view this 2008 exhibition, please click here.
       
   

Alexandrya Eaton has been represented at Fog Forest for many years. In April of 2008, we opened a new exhibition of recent paintings. Entitled, "I Dream of Spring', this exhibition was a wonderful and colourful conclusion to a long and cold winter. To visit this exhibition please visit this page.

       
    Sari LaBelle, a young and exciting jewellery designer made her debut at Fog Forest with a special exhibition and reception in February 2008. Her work was very well received and will be a welcome addition to the gallery in months to come. To see Sari's work please visit this page.
       
    "Hooked on Seuss" was a colourful and playful exhibition featuring the imaginative hooked rugs by Peggy Sue Payne. This show was dedicated to the young and the young at heart. To view this exhibition please visit this page.
       
    This exhibition, "Between Heaven and Earth" was a collection of recent paintings by American painter, Thomas Joseph. These oil on paper and oil on canvas works filled the gallery with a calm and tranquility from the shores of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Visit this exhibition.
       
    "Fresh Fish!" was the playful title of this fanciful and colourful exhibition that featured many 'fishy' works by many different artists. This exhibition, held in September 2007 was very successful and lots of fun. Hope you enjoy it too.
       
    The 2007 Mount Allison University Reunion celebrated the many notable artists who have studied or graduated over the years. This year saw a special tribute to the work and life of Alex Colville. Fog Forest's annual Mount Allison Showcase featured many of these celebrated artists. To see 2007 Showcase Exhibit please visit this page.
       
    Fog Forest Gallery is proud to represent many fine printmakers. This exhibition featured japanese woodblock printermakers, serigraph, etching and engraving artists. This exhibition, Atlantic Editions III can be seen by visiting this page.
       
    For the Christmas season in 2006, a successful exhibition entitled, "Christmas Wishes - Great and Small" exhibited works from a large number of Fog Forest Gallery artists. To view this show please visit this page.
       
    This exhibition, Six Painters, featured the work of Jon Claytor, Alexandrya Eaton, Bonnie Folkins, Thomas Joseph, Michael McEwing and Don Pentz. The exhibition was held in the Autumn of 2006. The exhibition demonstated dynamics examples of strong painterly approaches to interpreting both landscape and still life subjects.
       
    Internationally respected printmaker, David Silverberg presented a solo exhibition of his engravings in the Fall of 2006. Visit this page to view the exhibition and enjoy works which span this artist's long and successful career.