Field, Richard Henning. Spirit of Nova Scotia: traditional decorative folk art 1780 to 1930. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia; Toronto: Dundurn, 1985.
Folk art of Nova Scotia. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, .
Nova Scotia folk art: Canada’s cultural heritage, Canada House, Canadian Cultural Centre, 22 November 1989-19 January 1990. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1989; Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Nimbus, 1995.
Joe Sleep retrospective. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1981.
Francis Silver, 1841-1920: an exhibition of paintings and murals by a Nova Scotia folk artist. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1982.
Young, Deborah A.
A record for time: an exhibition of decorated family and individual records, memorials, tokens of friendship and embroidered memorials and samplers produced in Nova Scotia prior to 1900. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, c1985.
Greenaway, Cora. Interior decorative painting in Nova Scotia: an exhibition surveying decorated interiors of private and public buildings in Nova Scotia since 1810, including artifacts, artworks and photodocumentation = Peinture décorative d’intérieur en Nouvelle-Ecosse: une exposition d’objets d’art et de documents photographiques illustrant la décoration intérieure de résidences et d’édifices publics de la Nouvelle-Ecosse depuis 1810. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, c1986.
Baker, Victoria. The Croscups’ painted parlour. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1990.
Robson, Scott and Sharon, MacDonald. Old Nova Scotian quilts. Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum: Nimbus, 1995.
Foshay, Susan. Deanne Fitzpatrick hooked mats: one for sorrow, two for joy. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1996.
Woolaver, Lance and Bob, Brooks. The illuminated life of Maud Lewis. Halifax: Nimbus: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1996.
Gratton, Patricia. Flights of fancy: Newfoundland yard art. St John’s, Nfld.: Art Gallery, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1983.
Les arts populaires acadiens de l’Ile-du-Prince-Edouard = Acadian folk art of Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown: The Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation: La Société Saint-Thomas d’Aquin, 1982.
Faulds, Vetta LaPointe. The way it was along my bay: Nash Creek and Jacquet River. Vol. 1. Fredericton: Rhyme for Reason, 1995.
’Twas ever thus: a selection of eastern Canadian folk art. Toronto: M. F. Feheley Publishers, 1979.
An exhibition of Canadian gameboards of the 19th & 20th Centuries from Ontario, Quebec & Nova Scotia. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, c1981.
Foshay, Susan, Pascale, Galipeau and Nancy, Tousley. Welcome to our world: contemporary Canadian folk art. Kleinburg: McMichael Canadian Art Collection, c1996.
Eyland, Cliff and Susan, Gibson Garvey. Uses of the vernacular in contemporary Nova Scotian art. Halifax: Dalhousie Art Gallery, 1994.