Artist in Residence
Bolton multimedia artist and ceramicist Christine Nnawuchi mines the depths of her imagination for the objects and artifacts in her latest collection.
Mary’s winter canvases are set in snowy rural hills and dotted with folks skating on ponds, making snow angels and sugaring off.
When she moved to Caledon from Toronto ten years ago, Patty says she discovered the backdrops she never knew she needed.
Margaret uploads her own photos as starting points, then reimagines the backgrounds and layers on “paint” using programs that mimic everything from brush strokes to pigment density.
Agata replicates a flower’s delicate petals and crinkly layers, imbuing each image with what she calls “illumination from within.”
Gita’s art frequently focuses on small plastic or china figurines.
After moving to Mono in 2012, Anthony began writing and illustrating for this magazine.
Award-winning textile artist Tracey Lawko creates landscapes and still life in thread.
Fascinated with the mysteries and origins of the universe, Ricky says, “It is my hope to reconcile scientific thinking with spiritual imagination.”
Emilia Perri’s latest works evolved from a recent 375-kilometre canoe adventure on the Yukon River – a trip made possible by the Reed T. Cooper Visual Arts Award she received in 2016.
Tibor Szakaczki is a graduate of Humber College in graphic design and advertising and a member of Hungarian Visual Artists of Canada.