Explore the DesBrisay Museum’s past exhibits. Click through the posts below for content, photos and videos.
“A Few Of My Favorite Things” by Sheila McKeand consists of photos capturing, some wildlife, some flowers and some landscapes, her favorite things. The majority of the photos were taken in Nova Scotia, with a couple from Alberta and Bermuda added in, to show the beauty of the country where she has spent the majority…
Eva and Evelyne are two artists who, in this work, celebrate nature’s most primal forms – the raw components of our planet: air and stone. They see their beauty. Life on earth relies upon this foundation, but is fragile in contrast to the permanence of these elemental materials. Evelyne’s spare and austere mixed media prints…
The South Shore Multicultural Association is collaborating with us to put on this wonderful new art exhibit, “Creative Connections”. Innovative and multi-medium, you’re sure to love it!
Show runs until July 29, 2023.
Our annual South Shore School Art Show will be running from April 15th until June 10th. We encourage everyone to come and admire the work of these amazing young artists!
In celebration of International Women’s Day, our latest exhibit will highlight the stories and contributions of women throughout Lunenburg County’s history. Show runs from March 4 – April 1, 2023. In conjunction with the exhibit, we’ll also be hosting a letter opening event.
“High and Dry” is a collection of six images by Charlene Morton, taken in Blue Rocks, Bridgewater, Gold River, Lunenburg, and Voglers Cove. It is an off-season visual gesture to remind us of the beauty of boats, not only on but also off the water.
Show runs May 2 – July 31, 2023