New and selected works by Terry Havlis Drahos and Tony Myers.
April 9 to May 14, 2021
Exhibition has been extended until June 18 due to the shutdown.
In lieu of an opening, each of the two artists will be present in the gallery on the following days:
Saturday, April 10, 11:00 to 3:00 - Terry Havlis Drahos.
Saturday, April 17, 11:00 to 3:00 - Tony Myers.
Terry Havlis Drahos received her Bachelor of Design from Southern Illinois University and her Bachelor of Education at Acadia and NSCAD Universities, specializing in Art and Technology. Increasingly involved in the Nova Scotia art community, Drahos has served on the Boards of numerous arts organizations. She founded and directed public art and education project Uncommon Common Art (2008-2019), growing the organization from an ad hoc group of artists to a registered charity recognized in national arts publications. Her artwork, which has explored a number of different mediums, often examines social identity and perceptions. Drahos has exhibited nationally, and is the recipient of numerous grants and awards. She is passionate about art education, dividing her time between her studio and art-making with children.
Tony Myers holds a B.A. in Psychology and an M.A. in Leisure Studies, and studied printmaking at NSCAD University. Tony’s work draws on the traditions of Western relief printmaking, from medieval woodcuts of the 15th Century to Paul Gauguin, Edvard Munch, and the German Expressionists at the the turn of the 20th Century, to the neo- Expressionists of the 1980s and beyond. Tony’s work is both representational and narrative; informed by observed reality without being constrained by it. Subject matter is drawn from contemporary political issues, folklore, and personal experience. He is a member of Visual Arts Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia Printmakers Association, and has taught printmaking in public schools and community organizations. Tony has exhibited in Canada, the US, Korea, Japan, and China. His work is held by the Art Bank of Nova Scotia and in private collections in Canada, The US, the Cayman Islands, and Australia.