Black Sheep Gallery Welcome to our fall 2018 update. We have a wonderful metal rooster whirligig by Leo Naugler, a work that was selected as part of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery exhibition Going with the Wind: Whirligigs by Atlantic Canadian Artists (June 28 – September 16, 2012). Also featured is the first hubcap painted by Cape Breton folk and art car artist David Stephens. David painted "Comfort Cove" on the hubcap in 2001 for fellow folk artist Scott Higgins.

Bradford Nauglers’ fiddling “Millenium Breakdown” Mountie was created by Bradford in 1999 to signify the change to the new millenium. The Mountie is for sale and 20% of the sale will be given to a local community organization. We also have a horse and carriage by Mennonite artist Jacob Roth and two small but delightful oxen by Clayton Devine.

We were pleasantly surprised to see two of Bubby Moores’ naked lady liquor cabinets prominently displayed in a Manhattan living room in the current issue of Architectural Digest. We have included an image of the page on our site with Bubby’s biography.

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