“Small Scaled”at ArtLab with Boucher, Boyko, Irving-Kennedy, Lind, and Paskins
September - October 2021
Smaller art works have an intimacy that larger pieces cannot provide. As a solo viewer, you can peruse a small work, seeing details and the overall composition all at once. Some people argue that if smaller art can do wonders, then bigger art should do even more. But that doesn't always happen. The bigger projects require more intensity to accommodate or complete their ‘vision’, and they insist that the viewer steps back to gain the full perspective.
The GG Suite (Governor General’s Historic Graveyard) & Book Launch at the Mad Hatter’s Wine Bar, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, July 2021.
In conjunction with the launch of my new book “Beyond The Surface : The art of Wayne Boucher at he Mad Hatter Bookstore, the exhibition “The GG suite” ( Governor General’s Historic Graveyard 1655), Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. The GG suite sourced and referenced the MAPANNAPOLIS “What Lies Beneath” project to located and find the resting place of 19 Acadian 17th century settlers.
“The Sarah and Wayne Show” at the Artist House Lucky Rabbit and Company
I had the wonderful good fortune to show with my friend Sarah Reesor at he Artist House Lucky Rabbit and Company (the amazing company of Deb Kuzyk, Janel Warmington, and Marianne Brown) from July 11 to July 23, 2021
Churchill’s Dining Room at the Pines, Digby, Nova Scotia, July - October, 2021
The Pilot Suite at the Founders House, Allain’s Creek. Nova Scotia
Selected works from the Pilot Suite were shown at the Founders House from April 12 to July 12, 2021. This exhibit was on and off because of the Covid 19 Pandemic which began in March 2020. The show was probably open for about 2 weeks in early July.