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Chris Dorosz

Best known for intricate sculptures made up of dot-like paint drops, Chris Dorosz deconstructs and reassembles images in a way that challenges our visual assumptions. 

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David Spriggs

David Spriggs is known internationally for his unique large-scale 3D installations that use the technique of layering transparent images and panels.

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Mackay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects

The Light Chocks incorporate abstract Fresnel lenses, similar to those used in lighthouses throughout Nova Scotia, including the iconic Sambro Island Lighthouse.

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John Greer

Located in Rise Again square stands Greer’s ‘The Siren’s Calling’, four towering figures from Greek mythology, made from cast and polished stainless steel.

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Christian Toth

Christian Toth

Christian Toth is a multi-disciplinary Nova Scotia artist whose body of work includes painting, design, building, curating and photography.

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Thaddeus Holownia

Thaddeus Holownia

“Water,” a dramatic photo by Thaddeus Holownia, iconic New Brunswick artist, teacher and Royal Society of Canada fellow has been embedded on a perforated façade bordering Lower Water Street.

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Sperry Design

Throughout the district, Sperry’s design work is reflected in the stories of Nova Scotia’s past and present – appearing through phrases, images and symbols etched on Muntz metal.

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Ned Kahn

Ned Kahn replicates the forms and forces of nature. An environmental artist and sculptor, his work captures the invisible aspect of nature and makes it visible.

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Edoardo Tresoldi

At the bottom of Prince Street sits ‘Sail’, an ethereal sculpture by Edoardo Tresoldi, using wire, mesh and lighting to create a 20-foot work of art reminiscent of a ghost ship floating on the water.

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