Kate Georgallas has been an active artist since returning to Nova Scotia in 1986. Her work has been shown in galleries across Nova Scotia (both as Kate Brown and Kate Brown Georgallas).
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About Kate Georgallas
Kate Georgallas has been an active artist since returning to Nova Scotia in 1986. Her work has been shown in galleries across Nova Scotia (both as Kate Brown and Kate Brown Georgallas). She has had solo and group shows at The Duke of Argyle in Halifax, The Carriage House inWolfville, Lyghtsome Gallery, Antigonish, The Anna Leonowans Gallery in Halifax, and the StFX. Gallery, in Antigonish.
An extensive display of Kate’s work; both etchings and originals are continually shown at Down To Earth Art & Fine Framing. You can view some of Kate Georgallas’s pieces on our website. www.downtoearth.ca In theatre, Kate has designed and painted the sets for the production of Brigadoon (March,2001) and West Side Story (March,2002) at Theatre Antigonish. She also painted the backdrop for the award-winning set of For the Pleasure if Seeing Her, produced by Festival Antigonish, summer 2001.
She has produced some colorful and dramatic murals, which decorate popular spots in Antigonish. These include The Dragon on Main Street Antigonish, The Pastoral Scene inside The Sunshine Café and The Entrance Mural of the Bauer Theatre on the StFX. Campus. Along with all this she has also illustrated a children’s book, Sandy Chisholm’s Chanter Lessons, by local writer and bagpiper Scott Williams. Kate has been a member of the StFX. Art Department since 1987. She has taught many workshops and courses in fine art, both for Extension and for university credit.
For several years she was the Coordinator of the Fine Arts Program for Continuing Education at StFX.