John Roy Newton John Newton is an extraordinary artist showing his work in major galleries in Ontario and New York. He has been classically trained in the arts and studied with Ray Simpson of the Angel Academy. John also enjoys teaching and sharing his skills with others. He is an accomplished instructor who demonstrates his lessons and ...

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Michelle Guitard     Artist Statement Rather than recreating an image on a canvas I aim to express its essence. In order to capture this richness, I work on a number of paintings concurrently. This allows me to transport strong elements and effective techniques from one painting to another. I am most interested in the movement of organic ...

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Barb TenEycke   Barb currently resides in Oakville On., but spends a great deal of time at her family cottage just outside of Algonquin Park. After many years in the field of interior design and renovating, Barb now devotes herself passionately to the informal study of fine art. Barb creates original acrylic paintings on canvas. Canadian landscape ...

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Lora Childs Sculpture in Soapstone Lora lives in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. She has been studying and worked under the tutelage of well know Canadian Sculptor, Sandy Cline for the past Five years. Working in a three dimensional medium has Lora constantly watching wildlife in motion in order to capture the movement of the creature in stone. Lora is constantly acquiring ...

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Eva Folks   Being creative has always been an important part of my life.  After high school I tried a variety of careers in the business world. Only years later did I realize that I needed a vocation with creativity  so I decided to change my career path. In 1995 I started painting murals and finishes for clients in ...

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Peter John Reid   Painting is a never-ending process of learning, exploring both the subject and the medium. There are times when painting seems magic: paint flows onto the canvas seemingly without thought, the hand moves in fluid motions, quickly the images take shape and come to life. The critical eye then comes into play, painting slows ...

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William Prettie Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts “With Distinction”, University of Victoria, BC (Kelowna), 1996. Born in Southern Ontario, I have lived and worked all across Canada. Much of North America has been travelled repeatedly, and some of Europe was toured in 1996 with a slightly extended stay in the lovely city of Prague. Years at a ...

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  Lynne Schumacher   I was born in Toronto in 1950 and, at an early age, I discovered that art was my soul mate. I sold my first painting for 13.00 when I was 11 years old. For the first time, I felt the joy of a stranger liking my work enough to pay for it. After high school, ...

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Annie Churchill   ARTIST’S STATEMENT BIO Finding beauty in each day then expressing the rhythm, color, contrast, design and emotion of those moments onto canvas with paint. I paint a variety of subjects in a variety of mediums. Landscapes in acrylic being my favorite. My landscapes are a testament to the places I have been and the places I ...

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Brian Wyers In 1987, Brian showed the 65 faux finishing and specialty paint techniques he had learned at the Day Studio of California for the International Interior Design Exposition at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. An immediate success, he went on to specialty paint finish some of Toronto's most famous landmark buildings and for its more ...

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