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Émerise LeBlanc-Nowlan participates in various contemporary art festivals launched by the Sud-Acadie Cultural Society. She uses recycled objects and transforms them into works of art through the use of vibrantly colored textiles.

The Léon-Léger Gallery of the historic Barachois Church presents an exhibition of works of art every summer in
July and August. Since 2015, the artist's works there
are presented.

Recent exhibitions


Healing the Land, Healing Ourselves

Archives, UNB, Fredericton, NB

From Harm and Harmony

Sunbury Shores Art Gallery, Saint Andrews, NB



Galerie 12

Centre culturel Aberdeen, Moncton, NB


Over time

Marie-Hélène Allain Gallery, Kent-Sud Cultural Center,

Bouctouche, N.B.

Art in the Fields, Take 3

Cap-Pelé, N.B.

Cultivate your indoor garden

Resurgo Place, Moncton, N.B.

9 artists; World Acadian Congress 2019

Kent-Sud Cultural Centre, Bouctouche, N.B.

Exhibiting artist
200 hooked cushions from Barachois
for the 200th anniversary of
the historic church of Barachois

Léon-Léger Gallery, Barachois, N.B.

Colors of Acadia

Pays de Solesmois, Valenciennes, France




Sans Nom Gallery (Salle Sans Sous), Moncton, N.B.

International Art Exhibit of Rug Hooking

Reeth, England


Over time
Marie-Hélène Allain Gallery, Kent-Sud Cultural Center,

Fall 2019, Bouctouche, N.B.

Photo: Lisa Levesque

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