[pe2-image src=”http://lh3.ggpht.com/-NPAWH95N05o/UaUJ4eckwBI/AAAAAAAABTk/39BycyLw5ys/s144-c-o/Lithospermum%252520Period%252520Chair.jpg” href=”https://picasaweb.google.com/100418093315009242357/SusanJudah?authkey=Gv1sRgCI2ph_q_hpGGCA#5883119354079658002″ caption=”Lithospermum (Blue Lily); Susan Vida Judah” type=”image” alt=”Lithospermum Period Chair.jpg” pe2_img_align=”center” ] As a textile artist, Susan Vida Judah makes an ancient art form new again. The exquisite visual poetry of her work embodies decades of sustained mastery and a profound technical command of her medium. She explores and expands the expressive[…]
Herzl Kashetsky Named 2011 Strathbutler Recipient It is with pleasure that the members of the jury have selected Herzl Kashetsky as the recipient of the 2011 Strathbutler Award for excellence in the visual arts. With a career spanning over thirty-five years, Kashetsky’s oeuvre has had a profound impact on the cultural fabric of New Brunswick.[…]
(En) The jury appreciated and endorsed the commendations of Dr. Ann Koval, Associate Professor of Art History at Mount Allison University and Mr. John Murchie, Co-ordinator of Struts Gallery in Sackville.
(En) As a member of the Strathbutler Awards jury, I was impressed with the range of creative disciplines and diversity