NSCAD student work at Emera
July 31, 2013

For the second year, Studio 21 Fine Art is hosting Emerging NSCAD Artists 2013, an exhibition of work by NSCAD students and recent graduates at the Nova Scotia Power / Emera Head Office building on the Halifax waterfront. Featuring paintings, prints, photographs and sculpture, the exhibition represents some of the best creative minds emerging from NSCAD.

“This exhibition serves as an opportunity for exceptional graduating art students to experience a critical facet of their future careers as professional visual artists,” says Deborah Carver, Director of Studio 21. “Environments of learning are their first step; one of the second steps is getting their work ‘out there’ to be seen and experienced in both public spaces and commercial galleries. As an established and respected contemporary art gallery, Studio 21, along with Nova Scotia Power and Emera, is pleased to provide this exhibition opportunity to these selected graduating students.”

The exhibition is open for view at the new Nova Scotia Power office, 1223 Lower Water Street, Halifax.

Artists represented include: Alexis Bulman, Carly Butler, Thomas Duncan, Teto Elsiddique, Dylan Fish, Isaac Fresia, Ian Funke-McKay, Matthis Grunsky, John Hanson, Merle Harley, Carolyn Hirtle, Patricia Hondzel,  Hayley O’Byrne, Thea Reid, Jenny Shi, ME Sparks, Kizi Spielmann Rose, and Jack Wong.

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Paintings by Teto Elsiddique and Ian Funke-McKay are on display as part of Emerging NSCAD Artists 2013.