Excited to share the walls with a talented artist – Afsaneh Hezarkhani-Vollmer at the Theatre Orangeville. Many thanks to Susan Reynolds for the invitation to exhibit during the play "Sexy Laundry". Can't wait to see the show. Thrilled to find out that the resident spirit Granny Newton walks the halls of this heritage building.
It won't be Spring if we didn't celebrate with a three day event – Arts on the Credit in Port Credit at the Waterside Inn. Proud to be at this annual Fine Arts and Crafts show with forty one other artists. Visit from writer Glenn King and his boss Roco.
Truly honoured to have been be one of the many Women of the Day during the British-Canadian BCCTC International Women's Day Event – Celebrating Women in Business at Artworld Fine Art. A truly memorial evening. Photo with Doris Pontieri and Briar Emond taken by the talented Photographer – Dominick Davide Petrungaro.
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. I did not wish to live what was not life, living is so dear; nor did I wish to practise resignation, unless it was quite necessary. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, to live so sturdily and Spartan-like as to put to rout all that was not life, to cut a broad swath and shave close, to drive life into a corner, and reduce it to its lowest terms.” – Henry David Thoreau, 1854
Join us for Exhibition Opening & Artist Reception on Saturday, February 11th, 6:30 – 9:00pm.
Live music by Toronto's own multiple album recording artist & performer Michele Mele with composer & guitarist David Occhipinti. rsvp by February 9th.
ArtWorld Fine Art Gallery | 365 Evans Avenue | Toronto | Ontario | M8Z 1K2 | Canada | 416.620.0500
Decaying Interest by Briar Emond | Tree of Life by Julia Hacker | On the Rocks by Sandra Robson
Artworld Fine Art Gallery hosted a wonderful Festive Open House with delicious food, VIP wine tasting, three demonstrations by Doris Pontieri, Richard A. Jacobson and Ian MacDonald which I thoroughly enjoyed. A whole lot of laughter and cheers. One of the jewels of the evening is meeting interesting people with tremendous talent. Thank you Richard Koroll for your brilliant photo. Janet Bedford kept me in stitches and treated me with this photo bomb.
Celebrating the Holiday Salon Style
Honoured to be nominated as the Toronto West Arts Collaborative's October 2016 feature artist. One of my favourite months.
Thrilled to have Intensely Orange and Mother displayed at Artworld Art Gallery during the first annual Toronto West Arts Collaborative art exhibit with a group of wonderfully talented artists.
"Intensely Orange" received a Special Merit Award in an international Figurative 2016 Online Art Exhibition held by the Online Gallery Light Space & Time. This competition was international and had over 600 entries.
“The art which was selected for this category is art that could have been placed in the top tier of the entries selected for the various media categories. The only reason that this art was not selected for the top tier was due to the size constraints of this particular competition. Otherwise, the Special Merit art, in many cases is interchangeable the best art that was selected.” John A Math
“What a spread!” Over 20 artistic minds gather together to present a spread displaying expressions of creative skill and imagination. A variety of art to satisfy any visual appetite. Clarke Memorial Hall: 161 Lakeshore Rd. West, Mississauga, Ontario L5H 1G3 Exhibit Dates: Saturday June 18th, 11am to 6pm • Sunday June 19th, 11am to 5pm.
The sun shone brightly at Imagemaker at last nights Artists Reception. Display of talent on the walls, gallery filled with wonderful people, bit of music, bit of food, drinks and lots of fun. Perfect celebration of a lovely gallery along the lakeshore of Port Credit.Humble Sheep and Robin's Nest – Sold. Artwork on display until June 30th.
Many thanks to Joan Doane and The City of Brampton for this wonderful opportunity to share my art within the beautiful flower city. Love the high ceilings and natural light that streams through the Atrium and enjoyed the beautiful gardens surrounding the buildings.
Many thanks to Joan Doane and all your staff for the beautiful write-up in Creative Exchange. Ontario is such a hotbed of talented creative people – it is an honour to be selected for this issue highlighting Arts and Culture within the Brampton area.
Arts on the Credit – Rainbow of talent. Glass, Pottery, Painting, Jewels and a group of fun creatives on the loose. This weekend at the beautiful Waterside Inn 11am – 5pm.
Transitions celebrates vision on canvas with vibrant colour inspired by life. In front of Nest of a Different Colour with Annie Tulk. Annie is not only a friend; but a talented Therapist and author. Annie's Story is a wonderful read with powerful messages. www.annietulk.com
Three Sheep and a Fence was entered and sold for a very good cause. Last year, ArtsOnTen, artists and art lovers raised almost $2,000 in cash that went directly to the Flesherton Love Committee for their holiday drive. Helping to buy fresh produce and meat for more than 100 families in the immediate area.
Believe To Achieve Organization (BTA) is a registered non-profit that assists kids, ages 8-16, in after-school personal development and mentorship programs. The after-school drop in centre at Jane and Finch provides food programs, study groups for homework help, computer rooms, teaching guides and motivation and support with caring adults. The event was hosted by Artworld Fine Art Gallery., generously giving back to the community. www.artworldfineart.com www.believetoachieve.ca
Live painting at Kamp-K9 amongst a crowd of people with their dogs. Foxy Brown (champion Basset Hound) was auctioned off in the evening with 100% of the funds going to the Farley Foundation. Congratulations to the breeders of Foxy Brown – Sharon and Richard Nance from BoBac Bassets from Santa Fe, NM. They won the bid and gifted the owner of the champion Basset Hound – Foxy Brown. The painting hangs in the home of Josephine Lambert along with all her awards.
Clarke Memorial Hall in Port Credit is a historic building built by Mary Louise Clarke in 1992 to commemorate her husband, Alfred Russel Clarke. We held a wonderfully successful one day show with a great atmosphere. Kicking back with Nisreen, Jim, Leo, Claudio and Stas.
Walking on the Wildside with Pearl at the Beaux-Arts Gallery.
Three artists combining their creative talents to paint on a canvas so large – it took two easels to carry the painting. Many thanks to Imagemaker for hosting the event that brought Sjon DeGroot, Charles Wakefield and Sandra Robson. Haven't painted with oils since I was a teen. What a great experience.