Artist Showcase, Winter 2023

Our current showcase includes works from talented artists in a variety of styles and mediums. To learn more about each artist, click on their name to visit their website.


painting of Shivoham by Naina Bhalla

“Shivoham” acrylic, 20″ x 26″ by artist Naina Bhalla


Naina Bhalla

I am a versatile artist based out of Bhopal, India. With the blessings of my guruji, I am able to capture any subject through my oil paintings on canvas, which I call Chitrakala.


abstract digital photograph by Ken Lerner

“Water 79h7e3″ manipulated digital photography giclee print, 30” x 28.8 by artist Ken Lerner


Ken Lerner

Water 79h7e3 is an abstraction of waves in the Hudson River. I have increased contrast to extreme, leaving only bright areas of wave crests, tinted in green and cream, and black in the wave troughs.


lion painting by Laura Bruce

“His Majesty” acrylics, 24″ x 30″ by artist Laura Bruce


Laura Bruce

I have never been to Africa, but I was inspired to paint it with an expressionist acrylic style. This series, Out of Africa, includes “His Majesty,” and the rest of the big five.


abstract painting by Karen Klucowicz

“infiltrate” oil on canvas, 24″ x 24″ by artist Karen Klucowicz


Karen Klucowicz

My work demonstrates the inner strength of individuals and how that strength affects relationships. I work in a figurative, abstract style, emotionally charged with bold colour and texture, the paintings act as catalysts to communication.


figurative graphite drawing by John Hester

“At One” graphite, colored pencil and acrylic, 9″ x 12″ by artist John Hester


John Hester

As a self taught artist, I use the mediums of graphite, colored pencils, oils and acrylics to reveal the stories behind the faces and figures I am inspired to draw and paint.


ocean painting by Julia Bright

“Cerulean” oil on wood panel, 24″ x 12″ by artist Julia Bright


Julia Bright

Like the old masters I admire, I believe oil paintings should evoke a feeling of beauty, elegance and the colorful pleasures of life. My modern sensibility reveals this via color, light and subject matter.


abstract floral painting by Ekaterina Vygolova

“Forget-me-not” acrylic and alcohol ink on canvas, 24″ x 48″ x 2″ by artist Ekaterina Vygolova


Ekaterina Vygolova

I am a contemporary artist inspired by the places I’ve traveled and the vitality each destination provides. I work in different techniques with various materials. I produce one-off creations, capturing energies and vibrations.


glass portrait of a tiger by Barb Byrne

“Curious Tiger” glass, 9.5″ x 7.5″ by artist Barb Byrne


Barb Byrne

My love of nature inspires me to create wildlife portraits and nature scenes using layers of crushed glass powder. I strive to capture the essence of my subjects and share my passion with others.


landscape painting by Heather Schalk

“Sunlit” oil on canvas panel, 12″ x 9″ by artist Heather Schalk


Heather Schalk

My art mission is to bring warmth and tranquility to those that view it. I love playing with shadows and light and bringing in elements of atmospheric perspective.


dove painting by Pat Fallon

“The Peace Dove Carries the Scales of Justice” for 2022-23, acrylic on stretched canvas, 36″ x 36″ by artist Pat Fallon


Pat Fallon

Since 2015 I have painted a yearly icon of blind justice struggling to balance the scales of justice. After our midterm voting, that perennial icon became the peace dove transporting those scales.


abstract painting by Liz Muir

“Flight” oil on canvas, 153cm x 153cm by artist Liz Muir


Liz Muir

My work is inspired by my surrounding garden and beaches. I use oil paint for its texture, gloss and durability, applied by pallet knife on large canvases. My studio is in Avalon where I have been for over 20 years.


abstract fiber art by Ianthe Jackson

“Fire” embroidery on hand woven and hand dyed fabric, 3′ x 4′ by artist Ianthe Jackson


Ianthe Jackson

My artwork reflects on ideas of our place in the world and our relationship to nature, land and land use. I am thinking of where we come from, and how it shapes who we are.


abstract digital photography and painting by Josephine Early

“You Take My Breath Away” photography and painting overlapped digitally, 24″ x 48″ by artist Josephine Earley


Pina Earley

My work reflects my intuitive and creative process. I create beauty by balancing all elements in my paintings such as color, shape, line and movement. My digital work is a montage of my photography and paintings.


painting of a sea turtle by Katherine Polack

“Colours of Life” acrylic on canvas, 36″ x 24″ by artist Katherine Polack


Katherine Polack

I am a Canadian seascape artist fascinated by marine life. My artwork aims to evoke a sense of calm and happiness through the colour palette I use, which varies between hues of teal and turquoise.


seascape pastel by Kimberly LeClaire

“Breaking Waves” pastel, 12″ x 9″ by artist Kimberly LeClaire


Kimberly LeClaire

As an artist I paint in an impressionistic realism style, but I also love to do abstract pieces. I enjoy creating paintings from my photographs and various artificial intelligence (AI) inspirations.


figurative airbrushed ink painting by Sharen-Lee McLachlan

“Reflection” ink airbrushed on canvas, 90cm x 120cm by artist Sharen-Lee McLachlan


Sharen-Lee McLachlan

I am an airbrush artist and enjoy using this medium as it gives my work a more ethereal quality and a softness. “Reflection” is a portrait of myself with my dog Maxy in a magical scene.


figurative painting by Claudia Marulanda

“Be the Change” acrylic and oil on canvas, 40″ x 30″ by artist Claudia Marulanda


Claudia Marulanda

When I was in pain, art became my medicine. The beauty is that it led me to my distinct style of weaving words of encouragement into the subject’s hair to convey a feeling or story.


landscape photography by Karie Anderson

“Abandoned Autumn” photography, archival print, 20″ x 16″ by artist Karie Anderson


Karie Anderson

As an outdoor and travel photographer, discovering weathered and aged architecture with Nature’s terrain serving as a complimentary backdrop, is undoubtedly my most treasured subject matter.


abstract tree root painting by Irma Osmiegiene

“From The Roots” oil on linen, 41cm x 31cm by artist Irma Osmiegiene


Irma Osmiegiene

I’m drawn to the subjects of nature and people, finding similarities between the two. Everything starts with the roots—the strength and foundation—as well as the beauty of both the person and the tree.


abstract painting by Marthe McGrath

“With a Little Help From My Friends” acrylic and mixed media, 30″ x 30″ by artist Marthe McGrath


Marthe McGrath

I travel the world absorbing sights, sounds, cultures and colors. My visual experience is expressed in my vibrant and energetic abstract paintings.


painted cat portrait by Cassidy Mantor

“Helios” acrylic, 6″ x 6″ by artist Cassidy Mantor


Cassidy Mantor

I like to say my medium is love. I’m honored to translate a pet’s spirit into a work of art that immortalizes them and also celebrates the love a person has for their pet.


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  1. Cassidy,
    Keep painting, peoples pets are loved and you understand that. I love to paint animals also. They are important and wonderful to our well being.

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