Fine arts are often highlighted with extraordinary creativity in painting, music, and literature. In New Brunswick, art is part of the meaning of people’s lives, and you will see it on the streets and cities of the county. Thus across New Brunswick, you will find galleries and shops of skilled and elegant artists full of the valuable products of art and creations. The Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton has impressive exhibitions and collections worldwide, including Salvador Dali’s masterpiece, Santiago El Grande. The New Brunswick Museum in St. John hosts a vast array of New Brunswick collections, including 400 works from the early 1800s to the present. The Owens Art Gallery on the campus of Mount Allison University in Sackville – is Canada’s oldest university gallery, founded in 1895. However, smaller local art galleries throughout the province are also a treasure trove of undiscovered jewelry.
Artwork Performed by local artists and artisans from the past to the present provides insights and ideas about people and their place in the world. Eventually, whatever your creative orientation, you will probably leave New Brunswick, which is culturally inspired and enriched.