Jim Stewart

Caledon artist Jim Stewart has been creating figurative and abstract paintings since the early 1970s.

March 21, 2010 | | Artist in Residence

Caledon artist Jim Stewart has been creating figurative and abstract paintings since the early 1970s.

Along with gallery shows, his award-winning work has appeared in many national magazines, as well as this magazine for which he illustrates the events calendar.

“I experience life as a spectrum of energy from essence through to the visible and tangible … I allow my creative side (right brain) to have free rein to express this life energy as I am living it in the moment.”

A graduate of Ontario College of Art, he also instructs Aikido and holds a seventh degree black belt.

Visit Jim’s web site: www.jimstewart.ca.

Jim Stewart ~ Torso, 2008, 26" x 32" oil on canvas Jim Stewart ~ Subconscious, 2009, 20" x 24" oil on canvas Jim Stewart ~ Stretch, 2010, 26" x 32" oil on canvas Jim Stewart ~ Performance, 2009, 26" x 32" oil on canvas Jim Stewart ~ Nature Nurture, 2009, 26" x 32" oil on canvas Jim Stewart ~ Figures, 2009, 21" x 36" oil on canvas
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Jim Stewart ~ Nature Nurture, 2009, 26" x 32" oil on canvas

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