Daniel Colby specializes in striking commissioned portraits of all subjects and ages, even your four-legged familiy members. Daniel divides his time between Montreal, QC and Uxbridge, ON. Daniel tells us a little more about himself and his work.
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Jeannine Rosenberg's jewelry creations combine a deep love of beauty and history.
Award winning Canadian illustrator, writer & watercolourist Pamela Meacher tells The Artist's Page a little about her magical work.
Dominique Zelunka captures the power and beauty of movement in her stunning large scale paintings. In this interview with The Artist's Page Dominique tells us a little more about her training and her inspiration.
My main medium is oil on canvas, I work with other mediums too, but I have a very strong feeling with oil...it's more challenging...more natural and more real to me, although I enjoy charcoal, acrylic, watercolor, & ink. I also love to mix different mediums and experience the beauty of all the materials. I chose the medium according to the subject or my feeling at the time of making any art.
I do artistic pieces for personal development and exploration but also do commissioned pieces as well, that expand beyond portrait work to landscapes, architecture and abstract. I have had numerous commissions for abstract work that have allowed pieces to be tailored to a specific space. I love taking on commissions because you get to know the people you are creating for, their interests, passions and values. It deepens the meaning the of the work.
Max Marian Kalin is an Uxbridge Ontario photographer and abstract painter with over 40 years of experience in photography. "My primary interest in the art is the deconstruction of the environment." Max takes a few minutes to tell me a little more about himself and his art.
Lynn Bishop Mixed Media Artist - Layering Colour & Offcuts To Create Striking Architecturally Inspired Art
In my work I love to play with the shapes of cities, buildings, people living in boxes, balanced against the shapes of nature. I want my work to be aesthetically pleasing, alluring. People who know me easily recognize my work.
"People don't have to look at art as something costly. Art is everywhere if you just look at things from a different angle. Industrial areas are brimming with amazing design and beautiful lines. You just need to look at things in a slightly different way to see it".