Sarah Jones is an emerging visual artist based in Saint John, NB. Sarah received a Master of Arts degree in Art History from Queen’s University in 2009. She now lectures occasionally and pursues her own visual art practice. Her work and research have received numerous grants, citations and awards, and her visual art projects have been exhibited nationally and internationally, across Canada and in France.
Martha Ailish Moore has had an active career in the Arts since graduating from Concordia University with a Double Major in Studio Art and Art History. She brings years of experience as an Artist, Art Administrator and Art Educator to her position as the Director of Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre. Her expertise in Arts Administration was acquired during the thirteen years she worked at The Leonard and Bina Art Gallery of Concordia University, and at The Saidye Bronfman Centre Gallery in Montreal. She has also worked with the community organization L.O.V.E (Leave Out Violence), and has her own artistic practice.
Phil Savage is a sculptor of wood and a maker of fine furniture. His sculptural style is decidedly smooth and organic. It is often an exploration of nature in action, with forms like decaying seed pods or abstract groupings of animals. His furniture is influenced by the Danish Modern style and draws heavily from his practice as a sculptor. Flowing, organic shapes make each furniture piece a unique art object. Savage works from a studio situated on the family farm in Kingston, NB and divides his time between production items, gallery pieces and custom orders.