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Artwork Featured on 2022 Local Wishlist

Seed Pod #2 by Jacqueline Steudler framed 8" x 6", thread sculpture, (Please be aware that online image colours differ from reality) I'm so pleased to announce that my artwork Seed Pod #2 is featured on the Local Wishlist 2022. It's an online wishlist for our Halifax community and beyond.  You can find my listing at  https://halifaxbloggers.ca/localwishlist/artwork-prints/#gallery-6 The 2022 Local Wishlist! The holiday season can finally begin because the 10th annual Local Wishlist is live right now and ready for everyone to start browsing, dreaming, and making lists—so much fresh local goodness for you to discover. Support local artists, crafters, and businesses. Thank YOU!!!
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International Professional Female Artists Collaboration - 2023 Calendars and Planner

I'm happy to announce that one of my artworks is featured in an international 2023 calendar project. 😍 I'm honoured to be a part of this fantastic group of women.   86 professional female artists have come together this year to produce fabulous and inspiring art calendars and a planner for you.   We offer a nature + landscapes, OR abstract, OR representational (this means pictures of items you recognize, such as animals or objects) wall calendar or a 52-week planner journal with monthly and weekly pages.   The calendars will ship from the US in December. You can see the flip-through videos for each offer at https://healinghearts.live/Calendar2023 . The wall calendars feature 8.5 x 11" artwork (closest to A4 international size), space for writing, and a spiral center so you can easily hang them and see the art. Here's a tip: when the month is over, tear out the art and put your favourites in a frame as "mini art prints!" The planner is a gorgeous easy-to-carr

14 Bells Fine Art Gallery Exhibition images

Thank you again to Cheryl Bell (owner of 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery) and Society of Canadian Artists for making this exhibition possible.  It was such a pleasure to meet the guests and catch up with some of my artist friends.  Being Ourselves October 15 - 30, 2022 at  1 4 Bells Fine Art Gallery , Halifax 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery   5523 Young Street, Halifax, NS Tuesday-Saturday 10-5, Sundays 12-4 top row l-r: Astrid, Ron Hazell lower row l-r: Anne Launzelott, Jacqueline Steudler with my painting Simply Blue top row l-r: artists, Jacqueline Steudler, Anne Horsnell, Monika Wright middle row: some of the exhibiting artists bottom row: Wesley Lowe Anne Horsnell in front of her paintings. Plus my painting Simply Blue on the left. It's such a joy and privilege to exhibit among these fantastic artists.  If you're near please go and have a look. All paintings are for sale. (smile) Being Ourselves October 15 - 30, 2022 at  1 4 Bells Fine Art Gallery , Halifax 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery

Invitation to SCA Atlantic Members Exhibition: Opening Oct 15, at 1 p.m.

  It's exhibition time. (smile) I've been an elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists (SCA) for many years and am happy to announce the SCA Atlantic Members Exhibition 2022. The exhibition is themed: Being Ourselves, considering aspects of entity, oneness, unification, wholeness I'm thrilled to be among this group  of fabulous artists  (see list below) showing their work at the 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery in Halifax from October 15 - October 30, 2022  Opening Reception: Being Ourselves Saturday, October 15, from 1- 4 p.m. at 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery , Halifax 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery   5523 Young Street, Halifax, NS Tuesday-Saturday 10-5, Sundays 12-4 Thank you, Cheryl Bell for hosting the exhibition at your gallery.   It would be fantastic seeing you at the opening. Perhaps you want to combine it with a visit to Nocturne, which is happening the same night from 6 p.m. to midnight. (smile) Come on out and celebrate with us on October 15 from 1- 4 p.m. Exhibition com

Impressions from the Exhibition at Mary E. Black Gallery

Opening! Craft Today Craft Nova Scotia Members Exhibition  at the Mary E. Black Gallery commences until November 6, 2022 Mary E. Black Gallery, Halifax, NS View inside the gallery. 'open to growth' freehand machine embroidery 'open to growth' freehand machine embroidery polyester thread In situ (smile) with the artist Jacqueline Steudler  Mary E. Black Gallery 1061 Marginal Rd. Suite 140, Halifax, NS   Exhibition: September 23 - November 6  Wednesday - Sunday: 11am - 4pm

OPENING! Craft Today - Group Exhibition Sep 22 - Nov 6, 2022

  I'm thrilled to be a part of this exhibition!!!  Thank you, Craft Nova Scotia and Centre for Craft Nova Scotia & Mary E Black Gallery, for giving my new artwork an Opening. 😍 Join us on September 22, at 6 pm, for the exhibition Opening! Craft Today at the Mary E. Black Gallery in Halifax, NS Canada.  Opening! Craft Today  The Craft Nova Scotia Members Exhibition  Artists: Adam McNamara, Beverley McInnes, Carolyn Clegg, Donn Sabean, Elise Campbell, Funmilayo Odeniyi, Jacqueline Steudler, Karen LeBlanc, Mary Jane Lundy, Mengnan Qu, Mindy Moore, Philip Doucette, Ralph Simpson, Sienna Maeba, Tyshan Wright, Wendy Landry, Wilma Butts  Join us for the opening reception for this year's annual Craft Nova Scotia Members Exhibit: Opening! Craft Today.  We are delighted to gather together again and see our craft community's wonderful faces inside the Mary E. Black Gallery.  An opening provides a look-in – a glimpse into a world or scene. An opening also proposes expansiveness an

Invitation to MÉLANGE: Art by Becky Thompson and Jacqueline Steudler, Oct 2-31, 2019

Becky Thompson and I have the pleasure to show our artwork together for the first time. We would be delighted if you would join us for the opening reception on Wednesday, October 2, 2019.    MÉLANGE Art by Becky Thompson and Jacqueline Steudler October 2 - 31, 2019 at Gallery 97 at CIOE 97.5FM, 11 Glendale Avenue, Unit 4, Lower Sackville The Gallery is open Monday - Friday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and is situated inside  communityradio.ca   Exhibition Opening Wednesday, October 2 from 6 - 8 p.m   This exhibition brings together the unique painting style of each artist while finding common ground.    We're looking forward seeing you at the opening reception.