Following the pictorial traditions of heat painters, Pauline Bradshaw dedicated many years to the intensive study of old master drawings, paintings, plaster casts of antique sculpture, anatomy and the nude model.
Tibor has three main goals in art; to paint constantly, to paint beautiful works of art and to paint a masterpiece. Not an easy task, but one that he looks forward to every day.
Having moved to the shores of Georgian Bay from the shores of the Pacific Ocean, the constant in my life is a need to create. Along with tried and true methods and a spirit of the adventurer, I provide opportunity for happy accident and grace to influence my final product.
Darlene J. Winfield
The experience of living in Mexico and Indonesia has brought Darlene to a new understanding of the world and our place in it. The main focus of her art is the Canadian landscape. Landscape, to her, represents our world, our responsibility.
My main goal in each painting is to capture the light. This can be as simple as painting a still life set up with dramatic artificial light or as difficult as painting the effects of the ever changing outdoor light. Since the light outdoors is continually changing it is essential to work quickly to paint that fleeting moment. Hopefully, after the painting has been completed the viewer can experience the same pleasure I felt at that time.
A self-taught oil painter, he uses broad brush strokes and vibrant colours to capture his vision in its most simplistic form. His inspiration comes from the Canadian landscape and its natural creations of colours, shapes and textures.
Canadian born, Diane Soward has been passionate about art since she was a small child. She grew up in the small town of Penetanguishene, located on the shores of Georgian Bay. Instead of following her dream of becoming a full-time artist, she decided to pursue a career as an accountant.