We proudly represent seven local artists at Tuck. Whenever we receive new work at our shop, we can’t open the artwork quickly enough! Offering original works of art from local artists at affordable prices is our top priority. Our mandate is to support artists and keep the money in our community.
So, without further adieu, we invite you to scroll through and see some great pieces of art, all available at Tuck, under $200!
We’re now open Tuesday – Saturday from 12pm – 5pm.
Ryan Livingstone is a Canadian artist unbound by medium. He creates sculptures and installations using clay, bronze, aluminum, wax and neon lighting. His artwork has a visual language that has been intensely shaped and influenced by his east-coast heritage as well as urban and rural landscapes.
Ryan’s Crow With String series are drypoint etchings on cotton archival paper, measuring 12″ x 12″ unframed.
Robert Moore teaches American literature at the University of New Brunswick. Born in Hamilton, Ontario, he began his formal life in the arts as an actor, then he wrote some plays, then he wrote some poetry, then he took up painting. Currently, his favourite quote about painting is from John Singer Sargant: “A portrait is a painting with something wrong with the mouth.”
Robert Moore Snap 5″x7″ Acrylic on Canvas, $90
Robert Moore Pop 5″x7″ Acrylic on Canvas, $90
Ashley Anne Clark
Ashley is a multi-disciplinary artist from Prince Edward Island working with themes of wilderness, animal life and the raw elements of nature. The process plays a strong role in her practice as she often works with diverse materials and natural sources. Ashley works closely to topics relating to landscape and wildlife and its correlation to human kind.
Most of Ashley’s work uses real seaweed she collects from beaches on PEI!
Ashley Anne Clark Bear #45 10″x10″ hand drawn and painted on wood block with PEI seaweed, $175
Ashley Anne Clark Beach Fox #1498 8″x10″ hand drawn and painted on wood block with PEI seaweed, $175
Christiana Myers is a curator and artist, born of settler ancestry, from Saint John, NB, Canada. She holds a BFA in painting and printmaking from Mount Allison University and an MLitt Curatorial Practice from the Glasgow School of Art/University of Glasgow in Scotland.
Her practice explores human form and function, specifically physical and communication-based limitations. She has exhibited her work in Canada and parts of Europe and has completed residencies at FoFA Gallery in Montreal and the Arteles Centre in Finland.
Christiana Myers Comforts of Home, $90 unframed
Since graduating from NSCAD in 1999, Chris Lloyd’s artistic investigations probe the complexities of contemporary life. His projects manifest themselves in a wide range of mediums, including drawing, painting, printmaking, video, performance, installations and politics. He’s been writing almost daily email to the Prime Minister if Canada since 2001, he’s collected and photographed thousands of found Tim Horton coffee cups, traveled across the country in a performance art alter-ego called Everyday Goalie, create paintings and prints direct from manhole covers and ran against Justin Trudeau in the 2015 federal election.
Chris Lloyd’s Storm Drain Covers are perfect for the civic minded person which can be personalized with custom text of your choice. Just email or call us and tell us what you’d like yours to say. You can also customize the colour!
Chris Lloyd Personalized Storm Drain Cover, $125 unframed
Pamela Marie Pierce
Pamela Marie Pierce is a multi-disciplinary artist who works primarily in pen and ink, watercolour, and gouache. She considers every illustration a portrait, regardless of how seemingly azoic a subject may appear. She sees the world as a series of lines, and connects those ones she can.
Originally from Nova Scotia, Pamela currently works and lives in her favourite city: Saint John, New Brunswick.
Pamela Marie Pierce Heart on Sleeve 4″x4″ Watercolour & Ink, $90
Pamela Marie Pierce Winter’s Bone 9″ x 3.25″ Watercolour & Ink, $145
In the 1960s, Suzanne Hill studied Fine Arts at Mount Allison, where her instructor Alex Colville told her, “Suzanne, when in doubt, simplify,” advice that has been crucial to her in her visual arts career. Neither of her parents went to university, and she still appreciates that her father, a practical businessman, encouraged her to follow that path. After graduating, she sold gloves and drapes, drafted telephone systems, and dabbled in what was then called “commercial art”. These experiences provided a great incentive to take a teaching degree from McGill in Art and English, where she was awarded the Lieutenant-Governor’s gold medal. Suzanne, and her husband, Jack, moved to New Brunswick “for just a year or two,” teaching in Saint John. The plan was to return to their home province, Quebec. Some 40 years later they are still here.
Suzanne Hill Identity Series