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Birch Contemporary is a commercial gallery (first gallery established as BIRGANART in September 1989 and incorporated as Robert Birch Gallery Ltd in 1994). The gallery has been located at its current site on Tecumseth Street, Toronto for ten years. Over the last 29 years, Birch Contemporary has endeavoured to represent artists making forward thinking, challenging artwork and who are continually evolving as practitioners.

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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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Peter Marrack is a professional artist, writer, journalist, photogapher and filmmaker living in Toronto.

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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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As an artist Mayya Chykalovets is based in Toronto working with various mediums focusing on abstract and conceptual art employing acrylics, mixed media, oils, casein, encaustics, and lithography printmaking.
She was introduced to the arts at a young age and was encourage to express herself and expand creative thinking.
She studied painting and drawing at George Brown College, Central Technical School of Art, OCAD University, International Academy of Design and Technology, Art Gallery of Ontario, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre.

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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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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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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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STRUCK is a new contemporary art gallery in Toronto with a focus on contemporary, street and graffiti art. Located at 571 Adelaide St E, STRUCK feature the works of established contemporary masters like Warhol, Murakami, and Rauschenburg alongside exciting new works by local and international up-and-coming artists.

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Arta Gallery is nestled in the heart of Toronto’s Historic Distillery District. This important cultural and artistic center in Toronto has been home to Arta since it was established in 2003. With an outstanding vision to promote art in our daily lives and make many talented artists accessible to the Toronto community, Arta Gallery offers an impressive collection of contemporary work by both Canadian and international artists.

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