A one-of-a-kind experience for art lovers everywhere, Paris Crew is a brand new, upmarket art gallery and creative space in Saint John, New Brunswick based on scenic Water Street. 

Carrying artists such as Will Rafuse, Vanessa Drew, Melanie Koteff Backman, and Jennifer Irving, Paris Crew will feature both visual and musical art, and will host a variety of events throughout the year from wine tastings to artist talks. Come visit us and ensconce yourself in this community of creativity!

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10 Meaningful Gifts for Mom this Mother's Day

10 Meaningful Gifts for Mom this Mother's Day

While we should be thankful for our mothers every day, Mother’s Day is the perfect opportunity to show our moms how much we love and appreciate them. Whether the mom you want to celebrate is your own or someone else’s, a new mom or a grandmother, a mom to a fur baby or even yourself as a mother – Here are 10 meaningful gift ideas she will love. Wooden Scoop with Heart Detail by Leigh Donovan. Fr…
The First Annual Art in Bloom Floral Event

The First Annual Art in Bloom Floral Event

Date: May 1stTime: 1:00pm - 5:00pmLocation: Paris Crew - 62 Water Street, Saint John, NB E2L 5G1Calling all art lovers! Don't miss our first annual floral art show.Stop by and check out artwork by Melanie Koteff Backman, Vanessa Drew, and Richard Flynn+ Pottery by Leanne MacdonaldMeet the artist - Melanie Koteff BackmanSpecial guest - Galbraith Florist, selling beautiful bouquets of…
We Won a Heritage Award!

We Won a Heritage Award!

Have you heard the news!Paris Crew has won the Storefront Rehabilitation Heritage Award. This has been an amazing transformation/experience and we would love to thank Avant Garde Construction and Management and Studio Shirshekar for the amazing work in creating our beautiful space. We would also like to thank the City of Saint John and each and everyone of our followers for the support, i…
​5 Books for Creatives

​5 Books for Creatives

In the market for a book to read over the March break? Look no further! We’ve got you covered.Brighten the Corner Where You Are by Carol BruneauOne glimpse of the tiny painted house that folk art legend Maud Lewis shared with her husband, Everett, in Marshalltown, Nova Scotia, during the mid-twentieth century and the startling contrast between her joyful artwork and her life’s deprivations is evid…