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My passion for Art began in her early years in Kiev, Ukraine where I was born and raised. I thus exposed to impressive work of old schoolmasters and contemporary European artists.

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Genie Weinstein started drawing at age 3 and had a book published commercially with her illustrations when she was still in her teens. Her experience includes several publishing credits and a tenure as an artist for digital children's titles. Her artwork can be found in a New Zealand travel guide by Lonely Planet and a collection of essays on J. R. R. Tolkien recently published in France.

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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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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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Jess is a Toronto-based comic artist and illustrator. She graduated from Seneca's Independent Illustration program and has a degree in English, Philosophy, and Writing from the University of Toronto. She also has a background in costuming having spent two years studying historical and theatrical costuming at Dalhousie University. She's worked with the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Houston Ballet, Seneca College, and a number of small publishers and businesses in Toronto.

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Eliza Xenophon was born in Grodno, Belarus. She attained EuroModern Design Studio and gained Certificate in Interior Design & Decoration. In 2010 she moved to Canada and now lives in Toronto. Eliza continued education in George Brown College, in Fine Arts Foundation.

Her love of art began in early age, in the Studio-Gallery of her parents, who worked with ceramic and pottery. Eliza still finds using clay tools in her artworks fascinating. She experiments in different art styles using broad range of materials, but prefers oil, acrylic and watercolor.

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My art portfolio includes painting, digital imagery and handcut collage. Paintings are acrylics on canvas and cover a wide array of subject matter, floral imagery, landscape, and seascape in particular. Some of the images are slightly abstract and generously textured, with acrylic gels and additives, or elements of collage. Examples of this collection may be viewed at www.normanfelix.com

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Jeff Bartels was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He grew up in the Toronto area where he showed an interest and talent for art at an early age. Throughout his schooling he focused his attention on art and in 1992 he continued those studies at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto.

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I am a contemporary artist predominantly working with oil.

I was born and raised in Ukraine, and I began painting at a very young age. My passion for the arts led me to graduate from Kharkov State Technical University of Civil Engineering and Architecture where I studied Architecture and Art.

I have always been attracted to vibrant colours, textures, and unconventional imagery. Experimenting with different techniques helps me express my love of colour and passion for painting.

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Ruby McInnis is a collection of sculptures by Carolanne MacLean. The work is figurative, modelled from life in firing clay.

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