This series of silkscreen illustrations celebrate some of Uptown Saint John’s most recognizable landmarks—both past and present. Whether you’ve been a Johnner your whole life or are new in town, you’re likely to recognize most, if not all, of these sights. The series includes Trinity Church, the King’s Square Bandstand, Saint John’s Cenotaph, the Loyalist Burial Ground Beaver Fountain, the now demolished Gothic Arches Church, and finally Tuck’s home, the Old Post Office Building. Whether you collect all six or just one, the hope is that these prints will be reminders of the art, architecture, and character that make Saint John so special.
This limited-edition series went on sale on Friday, May 7th, sold only as a complete set of six framed pieces at a special rate of $600 for the set. While this special rate is still available to anyone who would like to purchase all 6 as a set, they are now also available individually for $120 each, framed.
- Silkscreens are done on heavyweight watercolor, cold press, acid free paper measuring 5.5” x 8.5″
- EQ3 frames are ½” solid walnut with tempered glass and matte board. Total frame measures 13” x 13”.
- Frame included. Prints will not be sold without the frame.
Christiana Myers is an artist, curator, writer, and museum educator living in Menagoesg/Saint John, New Brunswick. She holds a BFA from Mount Allison University and a MLitt Curatorial Practice from the Glasgow School of Art. She has undertaken artist residencies and curatorial projects in Atlantic Canada, Montreal, Finland, and Scotland, and now works closely with The New Brunswick Museum and Third Space Gallery. Her artwork, whether installation or print-based, often explores ideas of place, relationships, care, and belonging.