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Bloomin' Artists

2024 Bloomin' Artists

Saturday, July 20

10am - 5pm

Hampton Lighthouse River Centre

Look for the flower signs around the Town of Hampton for Bloomin' Artist locations. 

2024 Artist Biographies can be found here. 

Event Schedule

10 am          Artists fan out into the gardens and public places to work on their artwork. see interactive map below for locations. 

11 am           Art Walk with the Town of Hampton.

Meet at the John Peters Humphrey statue on the Town lawn. Guided walk of the public art pieces around town. There will also be a pathway of doves created by students from Hampton Elementary School for each of the Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 

11 pm - 2 pm  Kids in Bloom hosted by H.A.L.L.

                       Art activity on the deck at the Lighthouse Centre (Hampton Library)

2:00 pm         Silent Auction #1 closes. Winning bidder must be present to claim artwork.                            All items not claimed within 15 mins of closing will be moved to the next                                auction.

4:00 pm         Online auction for Helga Lobb painting closes. Link to bids here.

 

4:30 pm         Silent Auction # 2 closes. Winning bidder will be contacted if not present.                              All Project pieces will close at second auction. ​

Garden Locations

10am - 5pm

Homes and Studios

Kathy Hooper - 177 Kennebecasis River Road

Truly an artist’s garden! This property and home to Hooper Studio abounds with variety, colour and forms as artistic pieces are mixed amongst trees, shrubs, and flowers. There is a feeling of serenity as you enter the enchanted English gardens.

 

Gina and Harvey MacLeod - 11 Victoria Street                                        

Caution, this garden will take your breath away! Wind your way along the pathways through this stunning garden and greenhouse with its artful and lively display of vivid annuals and established perennials.

 

Maureen Robichaud - 302  Kennebecasis River Road

Take a step into the Tuscan inspired private oasis overlooking the rolling hills and water. The gardens are framed with stone walls, a pond tucked to one side and beautiful natural landscaping.

 

Brenda and David Lutz - 1679 Main Street

A gardener’s paradise. This large estate has everything, as it abounds with annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees. Make sure to cross the street and experience the red pine forest with its unique view overlooking the water.

 

Jayne Wilbur - 75 Randall Drive

Come experience seven sitting areas that match the seven colours of the chakra energy system. This is a water-view garden with variety and artistic flair. Something for everyone in this natural environment.

 

Public Spaces

 

Town Pavilion & John Peters Humphrey Statue – 648 Main Street, Hampton

Enjoy one of New Brunswick’s historic Court Houses, now the Hampton Town Hall, along with beautiful green spaces and gardens as well as the celebratory sculpture of John Peters Humphrey by renowned local artists.

 

Dutch Point Park – 52 Dutch Point Road, Hampton

Let the meandering trails, playgrounds and ball fields of Dutch Point Park show you a treasure for this active community engaging all ages at every time of the year.

 

Randall Park - 45 Randall Drive

Explore this beautiful Town park nestled along the Kennebecasis River. You will find lots of shade under the large maples, benches for quiet breaks, and grassy areas to put a blanket down to enjoy the day. 

Hampton Community Gardens & Judy’s Bench - 451 Kennebecasis River Road, Hampton

Appreciate the work and commitment of our amazing community garden, always a hive of activity with volunteers tending their plots or those growing food to support the local food basket. You will find Judy’s Bench at a beautiful lookout just up the road on Kennebecasis next to the stop sign.

 

John Peters Humphrey burial site, Hampton Rural Cemetery – 61 Cemetery Road, Hampton

In so many ways, John Peters Humphrey was a citizen of the world, but his heart and roots always remained here. His burial site at the Hampton Rural Cemetery in the center of Town is just a short walk from the house he grew up in.

 

Spooner Island Rotary Park – 56 Cemetery Road, Hampton

This tiny island in the centre of town is a natural greenspace with a deep history including the Maliseet, Acadians, and Loyalists. The Spooner family being the last family to live there before it was made into a park.  

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