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Katya is a Russian-born artist, multidisciplinary designer and visual artist with a passion for adorable subjects, fun experimentation and intricate details - with a traditional, classic undertone. She grew up in the United Kingdom where she studied Graphic Arts at Winchester School of Art, and now calls Toronto home. She is full time art director, part time fine artist, book illustrator and graphic designer. Katya is open to commissions, collaborations and more.

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Franco Rizzi has been painting for over four decades. His work encompasses landscapes, wildlife and people. Working predominantly in oils on canvas, his impressionistic rendering of these subjects gives viewers a chance to experience what he experiences. Franco also works in acrylics, pastels an mixed media.

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I am Maggie Broda, a graduate of the Ontario College of Art & Design University. While studying Drawing and Painting I met a strong collective of diverse artists many have been influential in my work. As an advocate for the environment and education TD Canada Trust Friends of the Environment acknowledged my art with successive funding by Friends of the Environment,l I consider abstracts, figurative, and impressionist work as part of my inspirations. I paint with bold impasto style and colour.

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John Kosmopoulos is a multiple international award-winning photographer who embodies an “eclectic aesthetic fine art” (EAFA) philosophy of photography. He specializes in both black + white and “muted colour metallics” fine art photography. His work has been featured in several international interviews, magazines, promotions, billboards, galleries and film.

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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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Broňa's art has been deeply influenced by the sacred symbolism inherent in Canadian Woodland art.
As a former professional dancer Broňa’s stunning paintings are intricately choreographed with beautifully fluent form and razor-sharp lines. From nature she derives personal inspiration and a sense of the inter- connection between all life forms. Simply put; her paintings celebrate love. Using symbols she explores various aspects of life, death, femininity, motherhood, freedom, relationships, and the sanctity of sexuality.

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Grace Dam is a Toronto based artist. Her love affair with art began at a very young age and it has been the greatest gift in life. She has painted for the past 20 years and currently studies at OCADU for her Fine Arts degree. She specialises in oil and acrylic, most of the subject matters deal with conflicts, social issues or entice at least layers of thoughts. See more at www.gracedam.com

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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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If a picture paints a thousand words, then artists are very fortunate to convey so much on one piece of canvas. A painter may paint for a variety of reasons, but whatever the reason, we can unequivocally agree that the painter, through his or her works, will communicate something. We all have, or ought to have, a sense of responsibility to improve upon whatever we do in life. Communication is the first step.

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