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Rob Gregori started making and exhibiting work in Toronto in the early 2000's. This latest body of work consists of small to medium size work, for home and office.
Influences range from Classical and Realist, Symbolism to Impressionism. Currently working with stone, clays, ceramics and plaster.
The subject matter is influenced by cultural histories and design styles, and world heritage.
He has secondary education in graphic design and art foundations.

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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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"Krupuk" crackers :

These works started out as store bought uncooked flat prawn crackers . Using a slotted ladle an
oiled wok I cooked and sorted them by size and shape appeal.
Decisions on the figures are made as there affixed to a bamboo skewer and a wooden base.

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Jutras Art Gallery was established in Toronto’s Yorkville neighborhood in May 2017. The gallery is ready to react to the young and diverse Canadian art scene.
With a growing roster that includes figures like the established and iconic artist Charles Pachter and Charles Carson, the gallery continues to support the careers and works of its young artists. We are committed to presenting work across all media including painting, drawing, sculpture and installation.

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Welcome to Think Space Art Gallery and Studio

Living in time is always dynamic. My work explores different forms of identities, objects and landscapes . Each series questions the problem of knowing and what does a new knowing look like in real time and space. The ability the know something parallels our ability to create a form of our knowing. This is central to my work.

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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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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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Gaya Kairos is an artist who lives and works in Toronto, Canada. Gaya obtained her BA in liberal arts from University of Moscow and upon immigrating to Canada on her own in her early 20’s took training as professional make-up artist at Sheridan College. After working for some time on TV, on advertising photo shoots and in a movie industry, Gaya started painting instinctively and impulsively, while going through some life changing events.

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