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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Doyle Street Art in The Chronicle Herald today

The Chronicle Herald's Elissa Barnard covered the Doyle Street Art Fair in today's Arts section. Click here to read the story online (heads up though, links on the Herald's site only last for about a week before the story disappears).

Here's what she said about me:
Mary Ann Archibald is a sensitive portrait painter who captures a soul, and a story, as well as a likeness with a soft, gentle touch in her oil paintings. Her portrait of William Hall hangs in the Nova Scotia Legislature. Archibald also exhibits still lifes of flowers, demonstrating a gift for painting glass, and landscapes like Winter at Wolfville which perfectly captures the winter light and harsh blueness of the Minas Basin in winter.

And here's a photo of the paper today, her story on us took up almost the full page.



Show continues through December 21, 2011.

Click here to check availability of the painting "Love Tap" which appears in this story.


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