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2021 Gallery Market
ARTiculations Gallery Market
Dec. 14, 2021 - Jan 15, 2022
Our Gallery Market features original artwork and gifts for sale in all price ranges created by the Staff and Artist Instructors of ARTiculations.
Kathryn Naylor is a professional artist living and working in the Junction area of Toronto. She is an active member of Toronto’s West End Art Collective, participating in their exhibits and also managing the Collective website. Over the years she has focused on watercolours, coloured pencil, and acrylics, and has lately ventured into water-soluble oil painting.
For the initial inspirations of 2019, Kathryn was accepted for an Artist Residency in Northern Iceland, and spent January in a remote fishing village not far from the Arctic Circle.
Lauren McKinley Renzetti
Lauren McKinley Renzetti is an artist, designer, educator, maker, and scenic painter for the film industry. She has shown her work throughout Ontario,Brooklyn and Bulgaria. Her role as an educator, spanning over twenty-five years has taken her to Georgian College, McMaster University, Ryerson University, the Art Gallery of Hamilton,and art Works art School. She currently works at the Art For Cancer Foundation, LucSculpture in the east end as well as the AGO.
Her work predominantly is texture based: relief printmaking, collage, mixed media sculpture and high relief detritus painting in acrylic. She is represented by ArtBomb, The PATCH Project and was also the artist–in-residence at Unicamp of Ontario where she facilitated large community building art projects for ten years.She is also the curator of Neighbourhood Gallery in the east end.
Linda Hook is an Etobicoke based artist and arts facilitator whose work focuses on contemporary interpretations of Mandalas in mixed media.
Email: [email protected] @lindahookart
Loree Ovens is a visual artist working in a variety of media including a wide range of printmaking techniques. Her specialties include etching, collagraph, drypoint, relief and screen. Her background in craft and textiles has led her to produce encaustic, sculptural and metal work. Loree is also known for her use of washi (handmade Japanese paper).
She enjoys teaching all ages & skill levels.Loree’s work has been shown in national and international exhibitions in Canada, Japan, United States, Taiwan, Australia and Scotland. Her work is part of both private and public collections including the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Art Gallery of New South Wales, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia and SGC International.
Loree Ovens is represented by Open Studio in Toronto.
Megan Bray is a Toronto based Artist, Maker and Arts Educator. @megan.bray
Pamela Dodds is recognized for her work in relief printmaking, including woodcut and linocut as well as painting and drawing. She enjoys introducing fine art techniques to creative adults in the community workshop setting and has many years of experience teaching relief printmaking, drawing and painting to adults and children.
Rowan is a Toronto based Artist and Maker.
Their focus is in printmaking.