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I am painting since childhood but my own style occured when I was around 20 years old.

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Born in Algeciras (1989), Cadiz, Spain, where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean. Love thinking and inventing stories, then write and illustrate them. Now living in Toronto.

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Toronto artist Tatjana Hutinec pushes the boundaries of pictorial representation through various approaches of metaphorical self-expression.
“Art is not just a product- an end in itself - it is a start of a process. During the creative process, I pay attention to what emerges from exploring dynamics between self and nature, self and culture, self and ego, viewed through multiple lenses of psychology, philosophy, science... and this dialogue continues between a viewer and the piece of art.”

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Inspired by David Hockney and a twist between modern and contemporary art. Attempting to blur the lines of dimension and depth through patterns and layers; while also working with objects, shapes or forms and their relationships with people.

Primarily working with acrylic medium on canvas, screen printing, and film photography.

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Rey Saem was born in Iceland in 1956. He studied architecture in Copenhagen, Denmark and graduated in 1988. As a member of the Architect Union, he curated many exhibitions which included architecture and art from 1989 until 1993. Later, he started painting and making sculptures. He moved to Toronto in 2009 and continued painting. His first art show was in September 2017 at Gallery 1313, called Five. This refers to the fact that when he was five years old, he decided to leave my family and move to the moon, build a house on the moon and start fishing for stars.

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Erin is an Toronto based artist who works in acrylic and oil. Her work is influenced by her love of the early portrait work from the Tudor era as well as early American Folk art.

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Clare Ross has been showing and selling her work internationally since 2008. Her work has been reviewed in magazines in Canada and in England. She periodically opens her studio for tours and exhibitions.

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Born in Kingston Jamaica to Chinese & Scottish parents, Jensa immigrated to Toronto where she spent her early years. Jensa has lived in Montreal & San Francisco while studying in the diverse fields of fashion and nursing.
After returning to Toronto, Jensa has re-emerged as a unique visual artist influenced by urban culture, things under rocks and low hung branches -the beauty of the mundane and unorthodox.

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Julia Hacker is an Elected member of Canadian Society of Artists and a member of Federation of Canadian Artists.
Today Julia Hacker is a Toronto based multidisciplinary artist working in a variety of traditional and mixed mediums, including oil, acrylic paint, handmade collage, and illustration.
Julia states that her "purpose is to engage the viewer, to draw out a sense of wonder and joy through the colours and textures of her work"

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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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