Studio 21 Fine Art is the most significant commercial gallery dealing in contemporary fine art in Atlantic Canada. The gallery was established in 1983 and since then has been exhibiting and selling the work of outstanding Canadian contemporary (that is, current not historic) artists, providing artwork to private and corporate collectors locally, nationally and internationally. Deborah Carver has been the Director of the gallery for 4.5 years, during which time the gallery moved into a newly constructed, modern space. Studio 21 holds a reputation of highest quality and professionalism across Canada. In 2014, Deborah Carver was one of the national jurors of the RBC Canadian Painting Competition. Prior to running the gallery, she has worked in senior roles at NSCAD and a film & TV company, and has practiced law. Studio 21 Fine Art is a member of the Art Dealers Association of Canada.
Studio 21 represents more than 50 artists, of whom 30% are Nova Scotian, half are Atlantic Canadian and half are from the rest of the country, and the US. The media in which they work includes painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramic, glass, stone and metal.
Outside of the gallery space in Halifax, Studio 21 also exhibits regularly at art fairs in the US and Canada, including Art Toronto and Papier (Montreal).
Areas Of Interest: Art • Shopping
Art Type: Fine Art • Visual Art
Exhibit Type: Shops And Galleries
Features: Wheelchair Accessible
Medium: Multiple Media