ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM

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Born in Kingston Jamaica to Chinese & Scottish parents, Trudy immigrated to Toronto where she grew up. Jensa has lived in Montreal, Miami & SanFrancisco where she studied in diverse fields from fashion to healthcare. After dabbling in many 'almost careers' such as stylist, writer & nurse with forays into madness & decadence, she now emerges as an outspoken jack of all trades.
Jensa’s work has been exhibited in Montreal, SanFrancisco & Toronto

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My work is intuitive with an aesthetic sensibility that is entirely my own. I use no visual aids in my creative process. Instead, my method draws on my personal insight of life from a deeper place where the image takes shape through inner guidance.

What takes shape is a series of contrasting themes from force to subtlety and softness; conflict and peace; harmony and disorder.

I believe, as Boccioni stated that art should be a slap in the face, and so I tend to be drawn to bold expression - in shape; colour; and, my favourite, oversized canvasses.

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Nikki Ialongo is a driven, passionate and eclectic fine artist with a unique approach to her blend of visual arts. Nikki is a proficient canvas painter, but she also uses other textures such as wood, as well as mediums as diverse as oil, water colours, acrylic paint as well as other materials that bring a lively and tangible quality to her works.

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Michelle Dinelle, is an award winning abstract artist based in Toronto. Creative since childhood, she has explored all things art – finding her niche with abstracts.
Working with acrylics, primarily on canvas, her paintings are unique and dynamic. She uses bright and vibrant colors along with a signature style of circles, swirls and dots to create movement that spark positive emotional responses and conversation. Her work is often noted as inspirational, reflecting her enthusiasm and passion for life.

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Gaya is an award-winning international contemporary abstract artist from Toronto. A recipient of numerous art awards and an author of several art publications, Gaya exhibits in Americas, Europe and Asia. Her abstract paintings are proudly held in a number of private collections.

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Julia Hacker is an Elected member of Canadian Society of Artists and a member of Federation of Canadian Artists.
Today Julia Hacker is a Toronto based multidisciplinary artist working in a variety of traditional and mixed mediums, including oil, acrylic paint, handmade collage, and illustration.
Julia states that her "purpose is to engage the viewer, to draw out a sense of wonder and joy through the colours and textures of her work"

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Patricio Gonzalez was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1972. Painting is his main medium but photography and decorative art are always present. Bold acrylic colours and non conventional collages are characteristics of his work.
While essentially self-taught, Patricio is always perfecting his craft through research. When he chooses his readings, he tries to balance the importance of the classics with contemporary tools and approaches.

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Gaya Kairos is an artist who lives and works in Toronto, Canada. Gaya obtained her BA in liberal arts from University of Moscow and upon immigrating to Canada on her own in her early 20’s took training as professional make-up artist at Sheridan College. After working for some time on TV, on advertising photo shoots and in a movie industry, Gaya started painting instinctively and impulsively, while going through some life changing events.

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Nehal Patel is an Abstract artist born in an Indian culture and heritage. She is a strong personality with a deep sense of ethics, currently living in Toronto, Canada.
She earned her bachelor's degree in science and works with the food safety team for one of the best North American brand. Above an beyond all success she had in her professional career, she believes there is something more that her life has to offer.

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Linda Woolven is a local Toronto artist with a degree in Fine Arts from York University. She has also studied at the Avenue Road School of Art, George Brown and The Toronto School of Art.

She spent much of her childhood growing up among the trees, lakes and rocks of Northern Ontario. Utilizing thick textures that are suggestive of reality without being abstract or literal, her oil paintings reveal her love for the land and for the character she finds in old buildings.

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