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Loominations features creations designed and woven by artist Karen LeBlanc, including: elegant shawls, exquisite scarves, fringe vests, jackets, ponchos, table runners, baby blankets, cards, heart pins, carousel horses, heart and horse ornaments.

In 2021, Karen created a “Hang a Heart” project to increase awareness of reconciliation with the First Nation communities. This “Hang-A-Heart” project helped open the reconciliation dialogue with the general public and has been the subject of an article in the Daily Gleaner (pdf, paywall) and also a story and video featured on CTV Atlantic News.

Her studio and gallery is situated along the beautiful Wolastoq, also known as the Saint John River. With the current public health issues, the physical gallery is somewhat limited, but that soon may be changing. The studio and gallery is a pleasant spot to view the many items on display, to discuss creations, projects and all the techniques and materials that may be used. The online gallery is, of course, always available.


In 2021, Karen created a “Hang a Heart” project to increase awareness of reconciliation with the First Nation communities. This “Hang-A-Heart” project helped open the reconciliation dialogue with the general public and has been the subject of an article in the Daily Gleaner (pdf, paywall) and also a story and video featured on CTV Atlantic News.