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Slanted Door is a café, lounge, and art gallery located in the heart of downtown Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood. Our focus is to help the Toronto arts community discover emerging talent by promoting and showcasing local, up-and-coming artists.

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Evan Magar studied and graduated from the Art College in 1993, later working as an Art Director on variety of theater and film projects. In 1997 Evan enrolled at Vancouver’s Film Collage, subsequently graduating from with a Graphic Design and 3D Animation faculty. After graduation Evan was developing character designs for cartoons and 3D Animation projects. In 1999 Evan become an member of BC Film Union IATSE LOCAL 891 working in Vancouver film industry for several years. Currently painting from his studio in Toronto, Evan continues to exhibit internationally.

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"He always brings so much vitality to his work. Vitality defines him. He loves life and it bubbles out of him as if carbonated and given a good shake. Very inspiring. His work is excellent, the images perfectly composed."
Christopher Dew offers these photographs as examples of his enthusiastic approach to life and the images it offers.

The Overview
http://www.christopher-dew.com/

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We are not just an Online Gallery, we present collection, the origin Persian artworks and artcrafts in cooperation with the other Galleries, Halls or cultural places in Canada. ERAN Galley hopes and will hopefully manage to stabilize the high status of Iranian decorative and applied art and introduce the rich historical and cultural background of Persian art to the world through the four following objectives:

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Christine Miller is a Toronto based artist, born in Alberta and raised in Burlingotn Ontario who works primarily in acrylics and spray paint. Combining vibrant colours and infusing drama into each piece, her works are drippy and organic envoking a fleeting and ever changing sense of beauty found in the natural world. Miller's painitngs celebrate the familiar Canadian landscape while still leaving room for individual interpretation.

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I am Maggie Broda, a graduate of the Ontario College of Art & Design University. While studying Drawing and Painting I met a strong collective of diverse artists many have been influential in my work. As an advocate for the environment and education TD Canada Trust Friends of the Environment acknowledged my art with successive funding by Friends of the Environment,l I consider abstracts, figurative, and impressionist work as part of my inspirations. I paint with bold impasto style and colour.

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Studio 888 was established by the artist Elizabeth Russ as studio/exhibit space for her own work and for local artists. The hope is to contribute to the growing vibrancy of the Queen St. east art scene.
STUDIO 888 - the home of affordable original artwork
studio888art@gmail.com / 416-200-5551

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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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Much of Frances Clancy's artistic life has been spent as an illustrator. It has been her joy to paint many images for children's books, text books and magazines. Successful projects were also completed for advertising agencies and packaging. However, her real passion lies in painting the images that consume her imagination. Trees and landscapes have been a real draw, as well as people. Frances Clancy is happy to accept commissions.

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Since graduating from Central Technical Art School, Toronto, Canada in 1974 David Crighton has been recording the architectural streetscapes of the city and surrounding area in his distinctive style of fine detail and bright acrylic colouring. Crighton produces digital prints as well as commissioned original art in his little studio in the High Park Avenue area of the city he adores. Visit www.davidcrighton.com to see a sampling of his career in art.

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