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Artist Scene In Toronto: Gareth Lichty, Sculptor

Gareth Lichty is a structural sculptor with innovative visions. His designs work well at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition where the bright sunshine highlights the outlines of his wood sculptures and give contrast and dinosaur-skin depth to the texture of his clay pieces which like giant armadillo or thick-skinned gila monsters. There is certainly a …

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Wedding Picture Test

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Artists Scene In Toronto: Églantine, Painter and Photographer

Églantine, also known as M. Fleur-Ange Lamothe, is an artist and photographer who lives in the Brampton area of Ontario. I have seen her photographic and painting works on Flickr plus shows in the Toronto area – and enjoy them very much.  Go here for a sampler of her photos, here for an expanded bio, …

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Artists Scene in Toronto: Brian Donnelly, Metaphorical Painter

Grafting Metaphor Brian Donnelly has made a riveting transition – and its marked in dripping milk white. In this series of before and after details of Brian’s draftsmanship there is change from searing portraits of the Grange Pub scene to the grafted milk-slopping metaphors of the animal-life surround. Watch: Detail on right is from Puma …

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Artists Scene in Toronto: Blaise Campbell, Glassicist

Glass is a liquid; but with Blaise Campbell’s pieces,  glass has a texture and look of permanence. This group of characters might be  from a Family Compact  vintage 1820’s Upper Canada. There is substance beyond the Gunpowder sheen and upright pose.  A sense of hauteur. Here is all business, a bit rotund, but knowing their …

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Jack’O’s Day

Every year just around Halloweed Day, Mike Sprung has his Jack’O Lantern pumpkin carving fest. This year, the carvings  coincided with Halloween Day exactly. So in the afternoon before the munchkins could besiege the place, an industrious crew of 3 not yet succumbed to Swine Flu, put to work on carving Pumpkins creatively so the …

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Artists Scene in Toronto: Janice Hardacre, Poetic Photographer

If you visit my websites you know I have a certain propensity for photography. But I also like poetry as well. I think of poetry is very much like photography – the art of capturing not just moments but ideas in their time. I find that when I look at Janice’s pictures they trigger poetic …

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Luminato in TO

Luminato was in Toronto and that lured a sparely used camera to the Waterfront. And there were many visual delights to be found. One is a tugboat, a Little Tugboat That Could in size, all spiffed up with a new coat of rouge: White Wheel of Fortune A Window Glimpse The Rope that Binds A …

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