Category: Participating Artists
Tour location: 30 Kenora St.
320 Whitby Ave.
Landscapes in oil, acrylic medium
108 Smirle Ave
My growth as a figurative artist began with fabric and clothing. I have always worked with textiles and colour. Whether it is with pencils, paint, fabric or fibre, I use them to bring my ideas to life. My fascination with textiles and form are what lead me on my journey. I seek to explore story and character through the art I create and bring that story to the viewer, who may see their own story within the piece. This, too, becomes part of the story of my work.
384 Leighton Terrace
Experience a whimsical world with the art of Andrew King.
480 Denbury Ave.
Rob creates artistic landscape photographs and abstract images using both in-camera and post processing techniques. He also specializes in low-level aerial photography using a kite. Visit Rob’s home during the West End Studio Tour to choose fine art photography for home or office. You will find a variety of framed and unframed prints, canvas prints and greeting cards.
347 Richmond Rd. All Saints’ Westboro Church
Inventory Clearance Sale on Selected Works
“David W. Jones is one of Canada’s foremost landscape painters”(Ottawa Citizen, January 2007). “The beauty, splendor and unique vastness of our landscape, coast to coast, are captured in his canvases.”(National Arts Centre, November 1999)
For over 35 years, David Jones has exhibited extensively across Canada, Japan, Italy and the United States. In 1981, Jones received a special commission to be Canada’s War Artist depicting activities on board a destroyer on the Pacific Ocean. In 1985, a major art exhibition commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Navy toured North America and Jones’ works were displayed alongside works by Arthur Lismer, Alex Colville, Charles Comfort and William Ogilvy. In Canada, he has shown at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Calgary’s Glenbow Museum, the National Museum of Nature, the British Columbia Provincial Museum, the Ottawa Art Gallery and the National War Museum.
In July 2016, Jones was one of 40 Ontario artists invited to Kleinburg, Ontario to compete in a 2-day/50th Anniversary celebration of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. After 2 days, a jury selected his painting to be displayed in the McMichael Cdn. Art Gallery, alongside the legendary “Group of Seven” artists … Read More »
1395B Wellington St. W
‘Alison is blessed with a sense of “radicalness” of colour that infuses all of her artwork. A “colourist,” she uses a palette knife and brushwork to create design elements in a natural setting that explore the artistic realm between abstraction and reality. Her art is deceptively simple and straightforward: eye~pleasing composition, dollops of underlying texture and, above all else, vibrant and stunning colour.’
Alison works out of her studio in the burgeoning village of Wellington West. There you can find her working on large showy poppy painting, thick textured landscapes and the popular ‘Wall of H’arts’. Please visit her at her studio to see more of her work at 1395B Wellington St.W.
15 Helena Street
I am a printmaker. I work in linoleum, lithography, plexiglass engraving, and collograph. Much of my current work is black and white linoleum. Linoleum encourages a simplified graphic vision. Working without colour demands an abstraction of image. Nothing can express my attention to the patterns that surround us like linocut does. I also love colour. My joy of colour, both real and imagined is expressed in lithography, collograph , and using chine colle in engraving and linocut.
91 Huron Ave. N.
Unrestricted design flexibility is the hallmark of Lynette’s non-traditional choice of stained and leaded museum-grade acrylic for her window art.