Forshaw Day, <em>View on Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia</em>, c 1875, Oil on canvas, 30.8 x 46.0 cm. Bequest of Dr. Thomas Trenaman, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1914, 1914.6
Cecil Day, <em>An Atlantic Bestiary : Haddock</em>, 1992, Colour aquatint on Johannot paper, 20/20, 	, 38.4 x 28.5 cm . Gift of Martha Schleit, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 1997, 1997.96.1Dozay Christmas, <em>Glooscap's Canoe - Bird Island</em>, 2000, Oil on canvas, 69.5 x 85.0 cm. Purchased with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the Art Sales and Rental Society, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2000,2000.175Marguerite Porter Zwicker, <em>Untitled [Fishing Sheds]</em>, c 1940, Watercolour over graphite on wove paper, 22.5 x 30.2 cm. Gift of Jean LeVine, Vaughan, Ontario, 2010, 2010.31Edith A. Smith, <em>View of Crescent Beach, near Petite Riviere, NS,</em> c 1930, 44.3 x 54.7 cm. Loan - Collection, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1990, NSCAD1969.07

Terroir: Then and Now

Saturday, 23 June 2018 to Sunday, 10 November 2019

June 23, 2018 to November 10, 2019

Bringing together elements from Terroir: A Retrospective and Terroir: A Nova Scotia Survey, this exhibition looks at historical and contemporary regional artistic production through the culture from which it emerges.

Borrowing from the language of wine, the word “terroir” refers to the complete natural environment in which a particular wine is produced, including factors such as the soil, topography, and climate. Then and Now draws from the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia’s permanent collection - including new works acquired through A Nova Scotia Survey – and provides a broad examination of art and artists Nova Scotia’s terroir has and continues to produce.