Organizations I belong to

Oakville Art Society

The Oakville Art Society was originally founded in 1965 and is a unique Canadian art institution. It is completely self-sustaining and relies on its members who volunteer their time and expertise to operate two studios and the gallery shop. Located at 560 Bronte Road, the OAS building houses a large painting studio and a complete potting and sculpting studio.

The Oakville Art Society provides art classes for adults and children of all ages during fall, winter, spring and summer. I have taught "Painting with Alcohol Inks" courses there over the past 3 years. The gallery gift shop displays and sells members' work.

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ArtWorks Oakville Association

A volunteer art group that has beautified Oakville by celebrating the arts and emerging local talent. Their 7 site locations offer changing art exhibits throughout the year and I have one or two paintings at each site. A map to the sites can be found on their CONTACT US page.

ArtWorks Oakville

QEPCCC Gallery

The Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (QEPCCC) is situated at 2302 Bridge Street in Oakville. Members of the Oakville Art Society have paintings on display and sale at this location. Please drop by and view the artwork including one or two of my paintings.

QEPCCC's Site

Art in the Workplace - Hamilton, Ontario

The Atrium@MIP building at McMaster Innovation Park is home to the Art in the Workplace program, a year-round opportunity for members of the local creative community to showcase their talents in an unparalleled atmosphere. Please visit the 21st Exhibit Grand Opening on August 4, 2016 at 7pm. This art will remain on display until November 2nd, 2016. I currently have two of my larger pieces for sale at this venue.

Art in the Workplace












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