John Anderson is a Canadian Contemporary Impressionist. As a working artist, John has exhibited, painted and taught across Ontario and Europe. "My work evolved from an oil painter's perspective of brush on canvas.
David Antscherl is a multi-disciplinary artist and craftsman living in Niagara on the Lake. David has worked professionally in the Arts for nearly 50 years.
Sophie Campbell is a registered Chair Yoga practitioner from Niagara.
Susan Dobson has been teaching visual arts and art history for 35 years in the independent high school and college level.
Julie Donec is a contemporary Canadian artist producing realistic portraiture and landscape images in watercolour and oil mediums.
Rob is a ceramist living and working in the Niagara Region. He makes both practical and impractical porcelain ware.
George Doros is a Niagara resident, graduate of Ontario College of Art, Guelph University, and Brock University. He is a Visual Arts Educator /Consultant, Workshop Presenter, and Oil Portrait Painter, and studied with New York portrait artist Daniel Greene.
Paul Eppler is a true Niagara native, calling Niagara-on-the-Lake home most of his life. He credits his love for the art, theater and music from his primary and secondary education in Niagara District.
Aidan is a visual artist from Niagara Falls. After graduating from Brock University's Studio Art program, Aidan continues to work as a professional artist independently. Aidan's preferred media are drawing, non-traditional photography, and ceramics.
Susan is a self taught, award winning artist whose work has been shown in juried exhibitions locally, nationally and internationally. She is an elected member of The Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour, the Ontario Society of Artists, The Federation of Canadian Artists, and the Colour and Form Society. Susan lives and works in London Ontario with her husband, Brian.
Win has been a professional artist for over 25 years. She is an elected member of The Society of Canadian Artist and The Toronto Watercolor Society.
Artist-instructor Janet Horne-Cozen has been practicing art for most of her life.
Paper Bananas, founded and run by Jenn Judson, is a unique business specializing in collage-based events, workshops, and take-home kits.
I am currently working full time as an artist, located in St Davids in Niagara on the Lake, Ontario …it is my joy.
Local Niagara Artist Valerie Rachel Martin has dedicated her life to fine arts and teaching. Her educational achievements come from Ontario College of Art and Design, George Brown College for Graphic Arts...
Kaitlin Mason originally started her post-secondary career in Interior design, but fell in love with a mandatory drawing class and eventually switched to the Fine Arts program. After graduating from university with her BFA, she began to experiment by using coloured pencils on wood panels and has been creating her unique drawings ever since.
Helen has been teaching art for over 20 years. Helen’s teaching is based on a solid understanding of drawing and design principles and personal attention to each student. She is enthusiastic about helping students discover their potential, endorsing - and practicing - artistic exploration and striving for technical excellence.
Sandra discovered her love of the visual arts through private instruction while growing up on the East Coast of Canada. She relocated to Ontario, studied at Carleton University and established her career within the Pharmaceutical industry.
Sam Paonessa is professional artist who has enjoyed a creative career spanning over 35 years. He graduated from the Ontario College of Art in Toronto and was then hired by one of Canada’s largest commercial art studios, TDF Artists, where he worked as an illustrator...
Tamara is a practicing artist and certified Paverpol instructor. She has always had a fascination for creating things from fabric and loves texture and flow. As a young woman she was an accomplished seamstress and worked in a fabric store. Now she incorporates fabric into sculptures using Paverpol.
Anne Reimer’s paintings show a remarkable sense of colour, love, and understanding of nature...
Dayna Riemland (she/her) is a textile artist that lives and works in the Niagara Region. She initially learned her art traditionally from her Mother and Oma and then refined her skills while pursuing her BFAH from Queen's University with a focus in Printmaking and Textiles (2015). She then completed her MFA in studio art with a focus in Textiles from the Maine College of Art in 2017 and has worked as an artist and within arts education ever since.
Jenny is a ceramic artist interested in clay-based explorations of everyday objects.
Susan discovered Zentangle and developed an immediate passion for its art form and social benefits in addition to its uniqueness...
The arts have always played a major part of Jackie's life-from childhood lessons to secondary and post-secondary education. Her artistic background is well balanced between visual arts and music. Jackie is a recent graduate from the University of Guelph, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She has a passion for working with children, helping them discover their creative selves and imparting valuable skills.
A watercolour, acrylic and pen and ink artist, my work is about respecting the techniques and traditions of art.
Living surrounded by a forest, and travelling to other spaces and gardens, yields inspiration for my work, in a variety of media: paint, sketch, clay, weaving and glass.
As a life member of the Pumphouse for a number of years, I am pleased to support this community of artists.
Amber Lee Williams is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in St. Catharines, Ontario
Using art-making as a way of interpreting what she sees, Petra Zantingh draws others into a visual conversation with her paintings.