Timothy MacDonald is a current resident of Thomas Lane group home. During his daily visits to Perfect Diversity, Tim spends his time painting and writing poetry. Local community members know Tim as the stores artist in residence. His work is inspired by his experiences, conversations, events or surroundings each and every day!
I use photos and blend them together to create photo art. Sometimes they are my own photos and sometimes they are photos I have purchased the rights to use. I have created album covers, posters, certificates, newsletters, cards and some images just for fun that are suitable for framing.
My name is Bonnie Cotter and I proud to be the Project Coordinator for Creative Pictou County. I welcome you to contact me at any time if you have any questions. My plan is to be able to visit each of you in the coming months, to let you know what is in the works for the future and see how Creative Pictou County can be of service to you. See you soon! You can also get ahold of me by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am a full-time water color artist living in Pictou County. I love what I do, knowing it is amazing to be able to share my work with people around the county. You can also find my artwork at the Aberdeen Hospital.
For the last 7 years or so, I’ve been involved in many different projects. I’ve educated people on ink work (on my own time paid/unpaid) I make many different things (polymer clay sculpture jewelry, original artwork, prints, paintings, and sketches.) I sell at Perfect Diversity in New Glasgow currently under my brand “Moon Chips.” I stay as involved with the community as I can! I’m new to the area as of August 2018, so I’m just starting to dip my toes in.
I am an artist, muralist, portrait artist, art instructor.
I recently relocated from Los Angeles to New Glasgow where I am from originally.
While in LA, I did 40 plus large scale public murals.
My recent art series is in response to chaos while in States after Trumps election.
“Art For Change” www.coveringthenewsart.com offering a more hopeful and life affirming message .
DENISE LYNCH – Ceramic Artist
Growing up on the shores of Nova Scotia, there was always a patch of dark red clay to be found when the tide went out. I’d dig it up, take it home and make gifts for those I cherished. Today, I continue in that tradition and create timeless pieces to share with you.
My pieces are inspired by rhythmic patterns of scrolling and interlacing lines with finishes that invoke an old world aesthetic.
During the making process, as forms are created, they call to complementary shapes and decoration. I would state that “the piece designs itself, I just show up”. Bronze, gold, silver, satin, charcoal, old white and mother of pearl are among my favorite glazes as they compliment the timelessness of the scrollwork designs.
I am a juried member of Craft Nova Scotia, member of the Nova Scotia Potters Guild and Creative Pictou County.
I love to get my hands on anything Creative, but my go to is painting.