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Nahal Bahrman

Feeling and looking with the sensitive eye of an artist, Nahal always sees the magic surrounding, between and emerging from us.As a wanderer and illustrative painter, She draws from her experiences of embodying multiple cultures and languages, having lived in many parts of the world. She uses images as a language to create a narrative that transcends […]

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Sharon Dembo

Sharon Dembo

Over the past 10 years Sharon has explored a variety of printmaking modalities, and also used them in conjunction with other media. She feels a fascination for printmaking and the freedom it give her to explore her interest in dance and movement. Her work frequently uses textures and vibrant colours to express these dynamic gestures.

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Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson’s paintings inquire into space and movement within the context of landscape painting. Through her ethereal and sculpted pigment, Johnson depicts vast landscapes where figures seem to poetically emerge. Drawing inspiration from on-location studies to develop large studio works, her paintings weave geographic, corporeal, and abstract sensibilities through layers of atmospheric grounds and gestural mark-making.

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Michelle Letarte

Michelle Letarte

Michelle Letarte, a Toronto artist, was born in Quebec City and she is proud of her French heritage. She trained as a biochemist/immunologist and directed a research laboratory at SickKids Hospital. She is currently a Professor of Immunology Emerita at the University of Toronto, involved in organizing courses in the developing world and traveling to foreign

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Ruth Maude

Ruth Maude

To me, art-making is a creative practice of exploration and play. I’m committed to carving out space in my life to show up and learn what it has to teach me about myself and my world. Encaustic is a wonderfully versatile medium. I love the natural beauty of beeswax and the wide range of techniques

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Frances Patella Artist

Frances Patella

Frances introduces a temporal aspect to the representation of the landscape, using photo mosaics of the controlled burns of the Southern Ontario Oak Savannahs, primarily in High Park.

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Doris Purchase

Doris Purchase

Since 2012 I have spoken of my work as a look into what is behind the materials we artists use and the artist supplies that we take for granted.  My art comes in a few forms. I have personally unmade myself as a painter (a second career artist as conceptual artist – my first career

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Susan Ruptash

Susan Ruptash

Susan Ruptash works in a variety of paper arts including explorations of handmade paper, printmaking and bookmaking, building on a lifelong fascination with the properties and possibilities of paper. Susan’s career as an architect has informed her explorations of structure, form, materiality and process. Susan is a member of Open Studio, focussing on intaglio printmaking,

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Andres Vosu

Andres Vosu

My earliest recollection for my love of making handmade creations dates back to kindergarten. I built a truck out of toilet paper rolls and a tissue box. Also in kindergarten, during show and tell, I willfully misrepresented my stuffed alligator, as the quarry of my uncle, a fictional great hunter. A white lie, a prop and

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