Since 1992 I have made my living by selling my artwork from in French Village. The Gallery was an old fishing shack where Albert Burchell, a well-known fisherman, sold his fish to the public for many years. Don't be fooled by the rustic exterior because the inside of this unique gallery is remarkably beautiful, highlighted by a stone fireplace and views of St. Margaret's Bay. Inside the gallery you'll find a unique Nova Scotian flare to my display of artwork. Rustic charm combined with a traditional maritime flavour complement the style and theme of my many watercolour paintings.
The , in popular Peggy's Cove, was opened in 1999. It is located by the corner of the Sou'Wester Restaurant facing the famous lighthouse. I enjoy meeting visitors from all over the world so the next time you are in the area drop by. If I am at the gallery I would be pleased to and sign my artwork for you.
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