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Charles Pachter
Moose Crossing 10/15, 2013
Archival Inkjet Print
15.5 x 10.75 inches
Estimated value: $1,000

 

Charles Pachter is a painter, printmaker, sculptor, designer, historian, and lecturer. Since the 1970s, Charles Pachter has been one of Canada’s leading contemporary artists, creating iconic images of Queen Elizabeth, moose, Toronto streetcars and other quintessential Canadiana in an irresistible Pop Art-infused style.  His work has been exhibited and collected by the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. He holds an honorary doctorate from the Ontario College of Art and Design University and the University of Toronto. His paintings hang in the National Portrait Gallery of Canada, the Canadian Embassy in Washington, Canada House in London, the Parliament Buildings, the Prime Minister’s residence, and the Embassy of France in Ottawa.

 

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Chris Shepherd
Brush & Gardiner Expressway Circle in Square, 2017
Digital c-Print
20 x 20 inches
Estimated value: $1,300

Chris Shepherd studied Art History and Fine Arts Studio Practice at the University of Waterloo and McMaster University. He has presented his work in several solo exhibitions at this representing gallery, Bau-Xi Photo, as well as Gallery 44 and the Art Gallery of Mississauga. He has also presented performance-based work during Nuit Blanche Toronto and Hamilton’s Gallery Supercrawl. His work has been reviewed in the Toronto Star and blogTO. Select collections: Bank of Montreal, TD Bank, HBC Global Art Collection (New York).

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Gavin Lynch
Felix, 2016/2017
Oil and acrylic on birch panel
22 x 30 inches
Estimated value: $4,300
Gavin Lynch holds a BFA from Emily Carr University and a MFA from the University of Ottawa. He is the recipient of awards and grants from the Canada Council for the Arts (2014), the Ontario Arts Council (2013) and the province of Ontario (2011). In 2014, Lynch was a finalist in the RBC Painting Competition, and in 2017 completed a major commission for Air Canada/Pearson Airport. His work has been exhibited across Canada and featured in Canadian Art magazine. Select collections: Simon Fraser University, TD Canada Trust, City of Ottawa Permanent Collection.

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Adam David Brown
Life is Beautiful, 2017
Pink Pearl Eraser on Paper
44 x 30 inches
Estimated value: $4,200

Adam David Brown has mounted solo shows in commercial and public galleries and museums in Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax and Cambridge. His work has been featured in group exhibitions in New York, Salem (MA), Richmond (VA), Sackville (NS) and Kitchener. His work has been favorably reviewed in Carousel, Canadian Art, NY Arts and Border Crossings.

Erin Loree
Conversation with the Sun, 2017
Oil and acrylic on panel
50 x 40 inches
Estimated value: $6,100

Erin Loree was awarded the 2012 Medal for Drawing and Painting upon graduating with her BFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design. She has participated in solo and group shows in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, London (U.K.), Brooklyn and San Francisco. In the fall of 2016, she completed the Bill and Isabel Pope Residency in painting at NSCAD in Halifax. Loree’s work has been featured in MOMUS, the Toronto Star, Beautiful Decay and the Huffington Post. Her work was recently acquired by TD Bank.

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Bradley Wood
House on the Hill, 2017
Oil on linen
48 x 36 inches
Estimated value: $8,000
Originally from Saskatchewan, New York-based Bradley Wood received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, as well as studying at the California Institute for the Arts and the Art Centre Montreux (Switzerland). Since 2010, he has mounted numerous solo exhibitions and been included in group shows in Toronto, New York, Valencia (CA) and Boston. In fall 2017, he participated in the prestigious Moth Art Prize & Residency in Ireland. His paintings have been featured in Emboss Magazine, Artnews, Artinfo, Toronto Life and the Globe and Mail.  One of his paintings can currently be seen as part of the set design on the hit TV show Will & Grace. Select collections: William Hotel (New York), Fundacion Amparo y Manuel (Mexico City).
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Nicotye Samayualie
Seascape, 2016
Coloured pencil and ink on paper
23 x 30 inches.
Courtesy Feheley Fine Arts, Toronto.
Estimated value: $1,400.
Nicotye Samayualie is one of the youngest artists represented by the West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative (WBEC), following in the footsteps of her grandmother, Keeleemeeomee Samayualie, who was an artist regularly featured in the annual Cape Dorset Print Collection during the 1970s and 80s. Samayualie’s colourful drawings are a narrative of her life, and often contain stories of her family within her artworks. Her first solo exhibition of original drawings was held at Feheley Fine Arts in February 2015. Easily compared to top Inuit contemporary artists such as Shuvinai Ashoona, Annie Pootoogook, and Ningeokuluk Teevee, Samayualie has an individual graphic style that shows a contemporary edge and a promising future with the WBEC. Select collections: TD Bank; ARBZ Visual Arts Collection (Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade).
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Rob Nicholls 
Rushing the Dawn, 2018
Oil on canvas over panel
18 x 24 inches
Estimated value: $3,000
Rob Nicholls received his BFA from Emily Carr University (Vancouver) and his MFA from the University of Waterloo. Since 2007, he has exhibited in group exhibitions in Vancouver, Waterloo, Kitchener and Montreal. His most recent solo exhibition took place at Angell Gallery in February 2018. He has been an instructor in the drawing and painting department at OCAD University since 2013 and is also the lead singer/songwriter of the Toronto band, The Shuvs, who released their first album in 2017.
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Daniel Hutchinson
Delta Flowers (Icy Fog), 2016
Oil on Canvas
42 x 36 inches
Estimated value: $5,900
Daniel Hutchinson received his BFA from the Emily Carr Institute in Vancouver and his MFA from NSCAD University in Halifax. He has exhibited across North America, Australia and Sweden. He is a two times semi-finalist in the RBC Canadian Painting Competition and the recipient of the prestigious Brucebo Foundation Artist Residency in Gotland, Sweden, among others. His work has been featured in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and Border Crossings. Select collections: TD Bank, RBC, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Museum of Fine Art (Gotland, Sweden).

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Erika DeFreitas
If You Look Closely, She Moves #6, 2017
Mixed Media
Estimated value: $2,200

Erika DeFreitas was long-listed for the Sobey Art Award (2017) and is a recipient of the 2016 Finalist Artist Prize from the Toronto Friends of Visual Arts and the 2016 John Hartman Award. She received her MFA from the University of Toronto. Her work has been featured at Project Row Houses in Houston; Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art in Newark, New Jersey; the Art Museum at the University of Toronto; Art Souterrain festival in Montreal; The Art Gallery of Windsor; Platform Centre for Photographic & Digital Arts (Winnipeg) Gallery 44 (Toronto) The Art Gallery of Mississauga, the Pollock Gallery at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, and the Houston Museum of African American Culture. She will be exhibiting at Angell Gallery in November 2018. Select collections: Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (Barrie), TD Canada Trust, Wedge Curatorial Projects, Hart House Permanent Collection (Toronto), Canada Council Art Bank (Ottawa).

 

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Jessica Thalmann
Perigee and Apogee (red), 2018
Archival Print on folded Steel, Variable edition of 5
12 x 14 inches
Estimated value: $2,000

Jessica Thalmann received her MFA from ICP-Bard College in New York. Her work has been shown in group exhibitions at the Aperture Foundation, the International Centre for Photography and Humble Arts Foundation (New York), the VIVO Media Arts Centre (Vancouver) and Gales Gallery at York University (Toronto). She is currently producing a public art project, which will be displayed around the Honest Ed’s development for two years, beginning spring 2018.

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Jon Eisler
Cyclops, 2017
Oil and Acrylic on Polyester
10 x 16 inches
Estimated value: $3,100

Jon Eisler obtained his MFA from the University of Guelph and his BFA from the Alberta College of Art and Design. Most recently, his work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at Angell Gallery, Richard Rhodes Dupont Projects and Diaz Contemporary in Toronto and Paul Kuhn Gallery in Calgary. His work has also been featured in group exhibitions at the Power Plant (Toronto), Peggy Phelps Gallery (Claremount, CA) and the Art Gallery of Calgary. His work has been favourably reviewed in Border Crossings, Canadian Art and ARTFORUM. Select collections: TD Bank, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Alberta Foundation for the Arts.

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John Holland
Sierra, 2017
Acrylic, Plexiglass, panel, screws, hardware
24 x 18 inches
Estimated value: $2,700

John Holland completed his BFA at OCAD University in 2017, and received the 2017 – John Madott Fine Art Award. His first solo exhibition took place at Angell Gallery in March 2018, and he has also been included in group exhibitions at Pari Nadimi Gallery, Yorkville Village Arts and the Gladstone Hotel. He will begin pursuing his MFA at the Parsons School in New York in September 2018.

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Matthew Varey
Orbit of Grace, 2014-2018
Mixed Media on Canvas
48 x 54 inches
Estimated value: $4,800

Matthew Varey is a Toronto-based painter who has been active since the early-90s. His work has been widely exhibited across Canada, most recently at the Art Gallery of Mississauga in 2017. He is also a visual arts teacher at the Etobicoke School of the Arts who has received awards from the Toronto District School Board and the Canadian Society for Education through Art. Select collections: McMaster Museum of Art (Hamilton); Art Gallery of Hamilton; Wilfred Laurier University (Waterloo); Bell Canada.

 

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Evan Sharma
Throwing Numbers, 2018
Acrylic on Canvas
36 x 36 inches
Estimated value: $5,500

Fourteen-year-old, self-taught artist Evan Sharma, who lives in Kingston, was inspired to pick up a paintbrush four years ago when he first saw the Mona Lisa while on a trip to Paris with his parents. Since then, he’s never looked back, becoming a prodigious painter of portraits and landscapes who refers to his bold and graphic style as “vibrant impressionism.”  Sharma first exhibited his art publicly at The Artist Project art fair in Toronto in 2016. He has been profiled in NUVO magazine, and attracted national media attention on CTV’s program Canada AM and on the CBC. When he isn’t painting, Sharma likes to be outdoors, especially on the ski slopes.

 

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Steve Driscoll
Large and Luminous
Urethane on panel
26 x 19 inches
Estimated value: $4,700
Steve Driscoll has shown across Canada, most notably a significant survey of work at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg, Ontario during the summer of 2017. He has mounted solo exhibitions in commercial and public galleries in Toronto, Edmonton, Stratford, St. John’s and Vancouver, and has been featured in group shows in New York, Miami and San Antonio. His work has been favourably reviewed in The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, Toronto Life and Canadian Art. Select collections: TD Bank, Bank of Montreal, Nordstrom and the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.

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Kim Dorland
Untitled, 2018
Oil on linen
36 x 30 inches
Estimated value: $14,000

Vancouver-based Kim Dorland pushes the boundaries of painted representation through an exploration of memory, material, nostalgia, identity and place. Inspired by the Canadian landscape and his huge appetite for the history and language of painting, Dorland’s distinctive approach to painting combines areas of heavy abstract impasto and high-keyed colour. Dorland holds an MFA from York University, and a BFA from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. He has exhibited globally, including shows in Milan, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. He is represented by Equinox Gallery (Vancouver) and galerie antoine ertaskiran (Montreal). Select collections: Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal; Musee d’art contemporain de Montreal; Glenbow Museum (Calgary).

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Gary Taxali
Pucks, 2017
Four-colour silkscreen print
18 x 24 inches
Estimated value: $450
Gary Taxali graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design University. His artwork has been exhibited in galleries in the United States, including Jonathan Levine Gallery (New York), Yves LaRoche (Montreal), and Lazarides (London), as well as museums such as the Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh), The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York and the Contemporary Art Museum in Rome. His work has also been featured seen in magazines such as GQ, Esquire, The New Yorker and Rolling Stone. His work can be found in numerous national and international public and private collections.
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Sadko Hadzihasanovic
Untitled, 2017
Drypoint Sketch
15 x 20 inches
Estimated value: $900

Sadko studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, Bosnia, earned his MFA at the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia (1984) and arrived in Canada in 1993. Since his arrival from Bosnia, Sadko has participated in over sixty exhibitions in public galleries and artist-run centres across Canada. He is the recipient of visual arts grants from Toronto Art Council, the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts. Sadko continues to explore identity, and its cultural and social implications, with an extensive portraiture-based body of work using mixed media and collage, and an array of references to popular culture.

 

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Dave Dyment
‘Ere Long Done Do Does Did (Spend, Spend, Spend), 2018
Archival inkjet print with artist book, edition of 20
14 x 11 inchesEstimated value: $500

Dave Dyment works in audio, video, photography, performance, writing and curating, as well as the production of artists’ books and multiples. Past projects include a 100-year old whisky, homemade LSD, a string quartet performing the Beatles’ song A Hard Day’s Night slowed to last twelve hours, and a video work condensing every known disaster film down to the moments of the destruction and arranging them geographically across twenty monitors. His work has been exhibited across Canada, as well as in New York City, Philadelphia, London and Dublin. Selection collections: the Art Gallery of Ontario, National Gallery of Canada.

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Roula Partheniou
Template, 2017
Plexiglass
12 x 14 inches
Estimated value: $800

Roula Partheniou
holds a BFA from the University of Guelph. Most recently she has mounted solo exhibitions at the Dunlop Art Gallery (Regina), Contemporary Calgary, Open Studio (Toronto), Arróniz Arte Contemporáneo (Mexico City) and, for the duration of 2018, in the BMO Financial Group’s Project Room, and had her work featured in group exhibitions at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery (New York), Wu Gallery (Lima), Southern Alberta Art Gallery (Lethbridge) and The Museum of Longing and Failure (Bergen, Norway). Select collections: TD Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, University of Toronto, Musee d’art Contemporaine de Montreal, Archives and Fundacion Calosa (Guanajuato, Mexico).
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Luke Painter
Tassels & Olives, 2018
Ink on paper
10 x 10 inches
Estimated value: $1,100

Luke Painter received his MFA from Concordia University and his BFA from OCAD University. Among the many venues in which he has mounted solo exhibitions since 2002 are Open Studio, LE Gallery and Angell Gallery (Toronto), Centre Clark (Montreal), the Elora Centre for the Arts, Cambridge Galleries and Bonneau-Samames Art Contemporain (Marseille, France), and has been featured in group exhibitions at the Carnegie Museum of Art (Pittsburgh), the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York) and the Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane, Australia).  Later in 2018, his work will be presented in shows at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre and Angell Gallery. He is currently an associate professor at OCAD University.

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Micah Lexier
Hands Holding Things #007, 2015
Inkjet print on archival Fabriano Hot Press 320 paper
18 x 12 inches
Estimated value: $800
Micah Lexier is a 2015 recipient of the Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts. He has been exhibiting his work nationally and internationally since the early-1980s, including exhibitions at Jack Shainman Gallery and Printed Matter (New York), Galerie Gitte Weise (Berlin), Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver) and the Winnipeg Art Gallery. His public artworks can be viewed in the Bay Adelaide Centre, East Tower (Toronto), as well as the Air Canada Centre, Toronto City Hall and the TTC. His work has been featured and reviewed in Canadian Art, Border Crossings, Modern Painters and ARTFORUM among many other national and international publications. He is represented by Birch Contemporary , Toronto. Select collections: Art Gallery of Ontario, National Gallery of Canada, The British Museum (London, UK), Jewish Museum (New York), TD Bank, BMO, Royal Bank.
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Square Metre no. 6,  2013
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11.5 x 8 inches
Estimated value: $1,300

Kristiina Lahde holds a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Most recently, her work has been exhibited in solo shows at OBORO (Montreal), Central Art Garage (Ottawa), MKG127 (Toronto), Koffler Gallery (Toronto) and Martha Street Studios (Winnipeg). She has also exhibited internationally at 57W57 ARTS (New York), Texas State University (Austin) and La Taller (Bilbao). Her work has been featured in Canadian Art, MOMUS and C Magazine. Select collections: TD Bank, BMO, Bell Canada, Canada Council Art Bank.

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Spencer Hatch
Ugly, 2017
Oil and Pencil Crayon on Canvas
24 x 36 inches
Estimated value: $1,300
Spencer Hatch is originally from Prince Edward County, Ontario, and is currently completing their BFA in Drawing and Painting at the Ontario College of Art and Design University. Working in a variety of mediums, they explore themes around gender, love and mental health. They have shown their work in group shows in Toronto and San Francisco, and has written for Create Consent, a publication of OCAD University’s Diversity, Equity and Sustainability Initiatives department.
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Chris Ironside
Untitled (Boo Boo), 2018
Graphite, glitter and archival glue on paper
9 x 12 inches
Estimated value: $900
Chris Ironside received his MFA from York University and his BFA from the University of Guelph. He formerly taught in the School of Fine Art and Music at the University of Guelph, during which he was the recipient of several teaching excellence awards. His work has been featured in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and NOW magazine, and exhibited at Red Head Gallery, Daniel Faria Gallery, the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives and the Gladstone Hotel (Toronto), Four-Eleven Gallery (Provincetown), ClampArt (New York). He will be exhibiting at Angell Gallery in October 2018.
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April Hickox
Blue Still Life, from the series Provenance Unknown Cancelled Paintings, 2018
Archival Digital Print, Edition of 5
14 x 18 inches
Estimated value: $1,600
April Hickox is a lens-based artist, teacher and independent curator who lives on the Toronto Islands. For over 35 years, April has mined the distinctions between personal and public sites through film, video, photography and installation. She is currently an associate professor of photography at OCAD University in Toronto. Notable solo exhibitions include the Harbourfrount Centre, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Maclaren Art Centre, Oakville Galleries, Tom Thompson Memorial Art Gallery, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery and the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography.
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Meghan McKnight
Foliation, 2018
Giclée print, edition 1/10
18 x 14 inches
Estimated value: $1,400

Meghan McKnight has been exhibiting her work in solo and group exhibitions since 2005, when he was shortlisted for the RBC Painting Competition. Since then, she has exhibited her work in various venues across Toronto, including the Drake Hotel, the University of Toronto Art Centre and with p|m gallery. Her most recent solo show took place at Angell Gallery in April 2018. Select collections: TELUS, Granite Club, University of Toronto.

 

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Winnie Truong
Feather Cap, 2016
Coloured Pencil on Paper
7 x 7 inches
Estimated value: $500
Since achieving her BFA at OCAD in 2010, Toronto-based Winnie Truong mounted solo exhibitions at Erin Stump Projects (Toronto), MULHERIN (New York), Line Gallery (North Bay), Galerie Trois Points (Montreal) and Galleri Benoni (Copenhagen), among others. Her work has also been included in group shows and projects at commercial and public galleries in Calgary, Regina, Sudbury, New York, Santa Monica, San Francisco, Rome, Bilbao and Paris. Select collections: Bank of Denmark (Copenhagen); Doris McCarthy Gallery (Toronto); Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art (Overland Park, KS).
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Charles Pachter
Monarch of the North 2/10, 2015
Archival Inkjet Print
11.25 x 16.25 inches
Estimated value: $1,000
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Charles Pachter
Shoreline 4/5, 2008
Archival Inkjet Print
11 x 16.5 inches
Estimated value: $1,000
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Charles Pachter
Bay Watch, 2012
Archival Inkjet Print
11.5 x 16 inches

Estimated value: $1,000

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Laura Millard
Ice Circles II, 2018
Paint, pencil on photographic rag paper
13 x 19 inches
Estimated value: $1,600
Laura Millard has been exhibiting her work nationally and internationally since the late-1980s after receiving her BFA from NSCAD University and her MFA from Concordia. Notable exhibitions include solo and group exhibitions at the Glenbow Museum, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the Art Gallery of Windsor, La Centrale, the Edmonton Art Gallery and the Kenderdine Gallery at the University of Saskatchewan, Where Where Exhibition Space (Beijing), Sookmyung Women’s University( Korea), St. Lawrence University Art Gallery (New York) and most recently the exhibition Every. Now. Then.
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Jaime Angelopoulos
Unarm, 2016
Conte & Pen Paint on Paper
15 x 20 inches
Estimated value: $2,000
Jaime Angelopoulos received her MFA from York University and her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. She has mounted solo exhibitions at MKG127 in Toronto and Parisian Laundry in Montreal, and has exhibited as part of group exhibitions in Finland, London (U.K.), Regina and Oakville. Select collections: Art Gallery of Hamilton, Cambridge Galleries, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the BMO Financial Group.
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Stella Cade
All the Things to See From Here, 2017
Oil on Canvas
16 x 12 inches
Estimated value: $1,700
Stella Cade studied at the Art Students League (NY), Concordia University and received her BFA from OCADU. Her work received the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition in 2011 and The Donna Maclean Award for portraiture and representational painting from OCADU in 2013. Most recently, Cade has been exhibited at Sussex Contemporary (Ottawa), Katzman Contemporary, Angell Gallery and the Gladstone Hotel (Toronto).

 

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