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MARK BUCK is a Toronto born artist. He has been interested in art for over forty-five years. In 1970, he won second prize for Canada in the United Nations International contest called “Education Changes Things” with his metal-chrome sculpture “Mushroom of Knowledge.”

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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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Steven is a baby boomer rock n roll enthusiast. He is self taught exploring many mediums most recently hand cut collage , digital art and photography.

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Based in: Toronto, Ontario; Originally from: Perth, Western Australia

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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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White starlight, or sunlight, is actually a spectrum of all colours, as seen when the speed of light is slowed by a prism, separating the colours and making a rainbow. The way we observe nature is no less fantastic. When light shines down from the sun and hits the earth, every material thing on earth will absorb certain rays of light and reflect the rest back out into space. Those reflected rays of coloured light are how we perceive the colour of an object. A red cardinal is not really red, it’s every colour except red.

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I am inspired by Peter Doig, Picasso, Rodin, French cubism, Russian futurism, Otto Dix, , Bob Rauschenberg, Alex Calder, Man Ray, Marcel Dunham, Francis Bacon, Art Deco......Im inspired by people and mood and texture and ancient patterns, mathematics, metaphysics, fashion and the depiction of women in the media.

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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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Alfred Lam is a Toronto based artist with a passion for abstracts and the human form. His work is vibrant, energetic, and highly charged.
Born in Hong Kong, China

Lives & works in Toronto, Ontario, CA

Sine Arte Sine Amore Non Est Vita
Without Art Wtihout Love There is no Life

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FotoFlares is Alexandra Karakis, a Toronto based multifaceted artist specializing in GLITTER ART!
Avaialble to commission for unique custom artworks such as portraits, in either ACRYLIC PAINT or GLITTER :)
Also available for photography projects, shooting with a Canon7D - and custom graphic design.

Alexandra Karakis also loves to help promote the emerging Toronto artist scene and is a curator and organizer for the ETA Awards | Emerging.Toronto.Artists. Awards - www.ETAAwards.com

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