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Ryan Watson is a visual artist based in Toronto since 1999. His work began with abstract painting and mixed media and now includes abstract expressionist photography. He shoots urban and industrial images throughout the Greater Toronto Area while working in the film industry.

www.watsonartphotography.com

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Mel, Melanie Chalkley or I ... cannot stop imagining....From as young as I can remember, I always found myself entangled in a form of upside down, inside out and exceptionally backwards unreal reality. I found entertainment in making new brews from the most boring of what really was. The simple pencil creates 90% of everything. No computers are allowed any part of my drawings. Sometimes I turn my curious thoughts into poems, that I only place atop photographs that I have taken myself and have tinkered with.... or not (this is the only party the computer is invited too).

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Born in Canada from Jamaican immigrants Saranad's interest in photography began at a young age.

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The majority of Lori Ryerson’s life/work experiences have revolved around communications in some fashion. Initially, it was through the performing arts, later through the written word. In 2010, she returned to school to learn photography. Lori’s doesn’t usually set out with a preconceived shot in her mind, seeking a specific arrangement of things. She prefers to find random alignments that convey a story to her. Lori looks for the narrative in urban landscapes, detailing fading echoes of lives lived. She watches for little mysteries in commonplace occurrences.

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Since graduating from Central Technical Art School, Toronto, Canada in 1974 David Crighton has been recording the architectural streetscapes of the city and surrounding area in his distinctive style of fine detail and bright acrylic colouring. Crighton produces digital prints as well as commissioned original art in his little studio in the High Park Avenue area of the city he adores. Visit www.davidcrighton.com to see a sampling of his career in art.

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Mikael Sandblom's artwork is mostly representational. The images consist of recognizable objects and materials that are composed and collaged together. These visual arrangements invite attempts at interpretation but don't easily resolve into specific symbolism. They are meant to put the 'interpreting instinct' a little off kilter and open up a contemplative window for the viewer.
http://mikaelsandblom.com
http://www.saatchiart.com/mikaelsandblom

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I am a photographer, who is fortunate to have travelled to many places in the world. Photography is my art, and my passion. I look for the usual in the unusual and vice versa. My photography is mixed with digital technology to create images as I see them, not as they are. After all, aren't we all just seeing what we choose to see anyway?

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Hello there!

I'm an illustrator and collector of all things cute.

My approach to work is fun, personal and charming. I enjoy combining cuteness with minimalism, appealing to all sentiments and ages. I begin with a trusty pen and sketchbook, then bring my black and white creations to life in forms ranging from vector images to adorable shirts and fun crafts.

More cute things are available on my website www.roseycheekes.com. Feel free to follow the cute critters on social media too!

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I am a passionate urbanist that believes in the importance of the public realm. I think our shared streetscape can be reinvigorated through public engagement, city pride and through work that strives to bring a sense of play to the everyday lifescape. Either built, natural, created or virtual, the focus of human habitation is fundamental to his work. As born creative his aspirations are always evolving however the underlining passion of communicating idea’s through quality and imaginative projects remains his ongoing object and motivation.

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Instagram @carlsjaye
Facebook: Art by Carly Jaye
Twitter: @CarlyJayeArt

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