Born in Niagara Falls, Deedee received her Honours B.A. in History at the University of Waterloo, B.Ed. at Brock University and her Honours History Specialist from the University of Toronto.
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.
Soon Cho, also known as Niña, is an illustrator and an author currently based in Niagara Falls, Canada. Soon has always loved doodling and making things since she was a kid.
Cecilia enjoys a variety of creative endeavours - from fine art to gardening. She has a strong passion for working with children and hopes to work with traumatized children and adolescents in the future. To that end, she is currently pursuing an Honours Bachelor of the Arts in Psychology from Brock University.
Penny-Lynn Cookson is an art historian, art consultant, lecturer and writer with an earlier career in television, advertising and film production.
Susan Dobson has been teaching visual arts and art history for 35 years in the independent high school and college level.
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.
Anick Fernandez lives and works in Niagara-on-the-Lake. In 2005 in Madrid Spain, she starts investigating the extensive possibilities of Collagraphy, a non-toxic eco-friendly technique that allows the greatest creative freedom in printmaking. She starts teaching Collagraphy in 2013 at Hedera Printmaking. Her work has been exhibited in different countries in Europe and North America and has been awarded several prizes. It is part of several public and private collections in Mexico, Canada and Spain.
Patricia graduated Burnhamthorpe C.I. in Commercial Art, she graduated Ryerson Food Sciences and attended Toronto Teachers College. Pat studied Art at Hawkley Valley School of Fine Art.
Linda Hankin graduated from Brock University in 1991 with an Honours BA in Visual Art. In 1999, she founded and taught at 'The School of Ideas', a fine art school and contemporary art gallery that featured Canadian and American artists.
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.
Sandra was born in the Niagara Peninsula, and has lived and trained in Canada, USA and Australia.
She initially studied writing and journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, and at City University London, England, and over the past 20 years has diverted her creative talent to focus on visual arts..
Pete has been an Illustrator for over 35 years and worked in the Aerospace industry as a Technical Illustrator, for the Technical Maintenance Manuals, creating Exploded and Cutaway views of complex Aircraft parts like Jet Engines and Landing Gear.
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.
Mentored by the late A. J. Casson, the last living member of Canada’s famous Group of Seven, and studying under colourist Marjorie Smith, M.F.A., the artist developed his own style of painting in watercolour and acrylic...
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.
Julie Ponesse is a full-time Philosophy Professor and a part-time artist living and working in London, Ontario. She is especially intrigued by the play of light and shadow on the same colour and object, and hopes to explore this dynamic further as she continues to paint...
“I find working with glass to be both meditative and therapeutic. Building with layers of colour brings out a certain serenity, climaxing in a finished piece that all can enjoy."