Mel Williamson

  Mel Wiliamson When Mel Williamson paints, she does not draw or outline before she begins but rather allows the image to gradually emerge. Dark and light areas work together in an almost sculptural way to create form. Using a big brush (or palette knife) … Read More

Thomas R. McPhee

Tom McPhee Canadian born artist Thomas McPhee is largely self-taught. He attended various art schools, but he acquired most of his art education from studying the collections in museums and galleries through out Europe. Inspired by miniature carvings, he created small-scale … Read More

Tom Duquette

Tom Duquette Tom Duquette was born in northern Ontario in 1940. He studied classical drawing, painting and sculpture at the Central Technical Institute in Toronto, Ontario and then proceeded to improve his knowledge and understanding by traveling to various indigenous art … Read More

Steven Friedman

Steven Friedman Steven Friedman’s fascination with photography began when he stumbled upon a 35mm camera, while hiking in the Gatineau Hills. This experience launched Steven into an intensely focused exploration of landscape photography. Since then, Steven has traveled extensively to capture … Read More

Peter McFarlane

Peter McFarlane I am a conceptually based sculptor, mixed media and installation artist. I also draw and paint often recycling images I have found or have seen in my head. To me, waste is just lack of imagination. This belief carries … Read More

Norval Morrisseau

Norval Morrisseau  Norval Morrisseau is considered one of Canada’s most important artists. He has been emulated by countless artists, yet he alone remains the original. His style is most commonly known as the Woodland school or style.From February 3 to April … Read More

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