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Peter Marrack is a professional artist, writer, journalist, photogapher and filmmaker living in Toronto.

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Established in 2016 by the curator couple Tanzina Amin and Carlos Rodrigues, Artusiasm has quickly become popular among local artists through exceptionally curated art exhibitions showcasing incredible and unique works of art. After over a year of curating exhibitions at various locations around Toronto, Artusiasm opened their own gallery downtown on March 24, 2017. The curators host regular art events throughout the year, bringing the general public closer to the wonderful world of art, while building friendships among the artists and art enthusiasts.

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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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I have a background in the natural sciences and landscape architecture and both my academic and professional life has focused on human and non-human animals and issues of space, ecology, design and sustainability. My art stems from these experiences and ranges from the study of animal form and sensibility to human sexuality and the representation of landscape. Recent paintings have focused on the use of form from abandoned animal exhibits in zoos to create “natural” landscapes – symbolically returning animals to the wild.

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Arta Gallery is nestled in the heart of Toronto’s Historic Distillery District. This important cultural and artistic center in Toronto has been home to Arta since it was established in 2003. With an outstanding vision to promote art in our daily lives and make many talented artists accessible to the Toronto community, Arta Gallery offers an impressive collection of contemporary work by both Canadian and international artists.

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I love Toronto and Torontonians! Originally from Lithuania, in Canada since '92. I have worked for the last ten years creating a successful children's theatre, which mounts 5 performances a year. I wear many hats, doing sets, props, installations, costume design, photos and video. In my own practice, I paint, do cartoons of cultural performances around town. And my real love is sculpture . My portrait sculptures in bronze and terracotta are in private collections in Germany , Holland, Belgium and Canada. In 2016 I discovered VR art.

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Abbozzo Gallery was established in 1993 to represent established and emerging Canadian artists. The gallery exhibits original paintings, prints, works on paper and sculpture in a warm and inviting setting in the art centre known as 401 Richmond in the heart of Toronto. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff invite you to inquire about the artists and their work. The gallery holds 4 - 6 solo exhibitions each year and holds themed or rotating group exhibitions at other times.

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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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YYZ Artists’ Outlet exists to give artists space and support to take risks and create freely. YYZ's yearly programming features six solo self-curated exhibitions and initiates critical and engaging projects through the YYZLAB, YYreZidency, YYretroZpective, and YYZUNLIMITED programs alongside a number of other special educational events. YYZBOOKS publishes a wide range of books about Canadian criticism, culture, and art history, contributing to a broad discourse on visual culture.

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416GALLERY is a contemporary art gallery in Toronto founded and directed by abstract artist & curator Jimmy Chiale. It is located at 404 Queen street east, one black east of Parliament.
The first week of every month, the gallery showcases CHIALE's bright and colourful abstract work. The last week of every month is dedicated to a series of group shows curated by CHIALE exhibiting his collective of 50 artists.

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