Art At Night 2014

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Published on May 04, 2014

Pat Walsh displayed his comedic art with a late night talk show in Murdoch Park. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

Published on May 04, 2014

Published on May 04, 2014

Morgan Baillie, a Northumberland Regional High School student, stands with one of her pieces. She works with arcylic, watercolour and ink. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

Published on May 04, 2014

Carolyn Bedford adjusts a wire sculpture project that she displayed on Provost Street. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS 

Published on May 04, 2014

Published on May 04, 2014

Diane Redden displayed her multi-media work in Glasgow Square, including wearable shoes made from albums and comic books. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

Published on May 04, 2014

Renee Roussy and Alex Stewart put a spin on showing their body of work. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

Published on May 04, 2014

Ben Coleman was doing a live drawing during his display at Glasgow Square. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

Published on May 04, 2014

Corinne Redden-Bélanger is pictured with a few of her acrylic paintings. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

Published on May 04, 2014

Layne Greene performed two sets in a gazebo downtown. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

Published on May 04, 2014

Published on May 04, 2014

Elliotte Winters uses mixed media to portray gay culture in a way Winters says isn't typical. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

Published on May 04, 2014

M.E. Sparks, a NSCAD-New Glasgow resident, was doing a live painting with Matthis Grunsky at the community studio. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

Published on May 04, 2014

Published on May 04, 2014

Thomas McCallum, Nathaniel MacDonald and Pat Spaulding were part of a songwriters circle at the Celtic Circle. AMANDA JESS - THE NEWS

More than 100 artists took over New Glasgow on May 3 for the third Art At Night.

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