Distance: 37.32 km ( 23.19 miles ) Duration: 2 days Last Updated: 07 Mar 2019
A really good drive added by Lakeshore Art Trail it's in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
The 19th annual Lakeshore Art Trail is an artistic-community based art show tour. The tour features the finest local, visual artists selling their artworks out of their studios or local businesses located throughout the scenic Mississauga villages of Clarkson and Port Credit Add your own opinion!
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Location 1 - Joe Sampson
Joseph Sampson graduated from the Ontario College of Art in 1995. After OCA, he began freelancing as an illustrator while continuing to paint. Painting quickly became his sole occupation.
Joe’s portfolio is comprised of a variety of scenic imagery, and is currently focused on waterscapes. Drawn to shorelines, beaches,
lakes, oceans and streams, Joe uses water imagery to depict the dichotomy between movement and immobility. A detailed understanding of light’s ability to create colour, shadow and tone is utilized to set mood in each painting. Whether the focus is cold, warm, tranquil or angry, waters’ magnificence strikes the viewer and an emotional response is evoked. This is due, in part, to the large scale of the work.
From a distance, the viewer is drawn towards what appears to be a photograph. Upon closer inspection, brushstrokes are revealed
and the observer is made aware of the meticulous layers of brushwork, resulting in the illusion that the viewer is still for an instant, at the waters’ edge.
Location 2 - Joanna Turlej
Joanna Turlej, OCAD, OSA, CFS
I cherish a beauty of nature and feel strongly connected with it. I care about the environmental problems we are facing today. Through my art, I like to highlight the importance of preserving the nature.
As a medium, I use high-quality repurposed magazine papers, Japanese papers and tissues, or my own painted papers. I express my vision by creating collage of ripped or cut papers adhered onto canvas or wooden board. I find this process challenging, exciting and environmentally friendly.
I like to interpret what I see in a meaningful way, abstracting the image to some degree or at times just creating a feeling it evokes in me in total abstraction.
Joanna Turlej graduated from OCAD University in Toronto, ON with honours degree and George A. Reid Award of Excellence in Fine Art. Since her graduation, she studied under many notable artists, continuously expanding her artistic knowledge and expertise.
During her 25 years career as an artist, she has explored different media, among them watercolours, acrylics, and mixed media. In 2014, her explorations led her to embrace paper collage technique, as her expression in art. This very specialized and unique technique, created by her, brought her a lot of success.
Joanna’s work has been accepted into national and international prestigious exhibitions. She is an elected member of OSA (Ontario Society of Artists) and a life member of CFS (Colour and Form Society).
She won several top awards in prestigious juried exhibitions in Canada and Europe.
Most recently, her painting “Arctic Beauty” was juried into and exhibited in the international exhibition themed “Human Rights? #H2O”, sponsored by UNESCO and exhibited in Rovereto, Italy, where she was representing Canada among other 31 countries.
Location 3 -The Artists Friend
Gail Backus, Doreen Renner and Ed Clark are the featured artists at The Artists Friend in Clarkson
Location 4 - Lorne Park Librar
Jo Ann Wilton, Leesa Price, Angela Lispcombe and Barbara Clark are the featured arts at the Lorne Park Library
Location 5 - Sjon DeGroot
Sjon de Groot principally works in oils, using a combination of traditional European and North American techniques. The work is bold and multi-dimensional, an expression in colour of a South African coming to terms with his adopted land; and combining his African and North American experience with the influence of his Dutch artist ancestors.
Defying genre, Sjon creates to his own agenda, using his art to express, question, and start conversations.
Originally trained by Geoffrey and Michael Armstrong at the JHB School of Art in South Africa, he completed many commissions for businesses and private collectors there, before immigrating to Canada in 1997. Now widely exhibited in Canada, his pieces have been purchased by many private and corporate buyers.
Location 6 - Rosemary Broos
Oils and Watercolours
Location 7 - Port Credit Libra
See the paintings of Wendy Bowe, Adriana Rinaldi, Cathy Clark and Gabby Tutak
location 8 - Lila Lewis Irving
Born in New York City, 1935
B.A. English Literature, Brooklyn College
M.F.A. Theatre Arts, State University of Iowa
M.A.and M.F.A.Fine Art, University of Wisconsin
Ontario Society of Artists (OSA)
Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour (CSPWC}
Location 9 - Aeri Lee
OCAD 1997-2001 Ontario College of Art and Design – Drawing and Painting
Member of Colour and Form Society
Member of Lakeshore Art Trail
2002-Present Studio Tour Show, Lakeshore Art Trail, Port Credit
2017 I’M Group Show, Joshep D. Carrier Gallery, Toronto
2016 Colour and Form Society Open Juried Exhibition, The Papermill Gallery, Toronto
2016 I’M Group Show, Joshep D. Carrier Gallery, Toronto
2015 Group Exhibition Wunderkammer, Milano, Italy
2015 I’M Group Show Cedar Ridge Gallery, Toronto
2014 The Goyang International Art Fair, Korea
2014 Korea – Canada Preview Art Fair, Toronto
2007 Laurier Gallery, Toronto
2006 and2001 Solo Show, Tyndale College and Seminary, Toronto
2005 Solo Show, Gallery 401, Toronto
2001-2006 Group Exhibition, MOTH Gallery, Merrickville
2001-2004 Group Exhibition, Praxis Gallery ,Toronto
Location 10 - Chuck Lewis
It is often difficult to describe why an artist selects a particular scene to recreate on canvas or paper. I choose a scene because nature has created a unique combination of colour, composition, structure and perspective which appeal particularly to me. Scenes depicting structures are selected because their distinctive construction, history or general perspective enhance the specific scene that I have chosen.
Works in this real life situation must, in my opinion, be detailed to hold the viewer’s attention and to make every viewing a new experience. If people feel they can walk through a scene and discover new details in the work, then I have accomplished what I set out to do.
My love of art and natural ability have been augmented over many years by a variety of courses and workshops. I maintain studios in Port Credit, Ontario, and in the Halliburton Highlands on Glamor Lake. As a director of an international engineering firm, my work allows me to travel the world. While a great number of my pieces depict local scenes in the Halliburton Highlands, others portray international settings experienced during my travels.
I work with both inks and oils and have had several solo gallery shows in the Toronto and Kitchener areas, as well as numerous group showings. My work has also been commissioned by individuals and corporations and can be found in private collections throughout Canada.
Location 11 - Sue Archibald
Sue Archibald graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Guelph in 1980, specializing in painting, drawing and printmaking. Her studies continued with Grant McEwen School of Design in Alberta, The Toronto School of Art, Haliburton School of Fine Arts, and an ongoing association with The Etobicoke Art Group and Neilson Park Creative Centre.
Sue mainly works in acrylic, applying paint, charcoal and pencil onto the canvas in order to energize the images with marks, lines and scribbles. Most of her paintings are created from imagination and often tell a story.
Sue exhibits her work in Southern Ontario through solo and joint exhibitions and juried shows. Awards of recognition have been won in many exhibitions. Her work has been accepted in selected shows, including juried exhibitions with but not limited to; ArtWorks Oakville, The Etobicoke Art Group, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Neilson Park Creative Centre, Through the Eyes of the Artist, Milton Centre of the Arts, Praxis Gallery Toronto, Colour and Form Society, Port Credit Outdoor Art Show, Arts on the Credit, Waterdown Artfest...
Sue has been painting for over 30 years and lives in Port Credit, on the outskirts of Toronto, Canada.
Location 12 - Marcelo Pazan
Marcelo Leonardo Pazán is both a traditional and a graphic artist. Originally from Cuenca, Ecuador, Pazán now lives in Port Credit. He attended the Faculty of Architectural Sciences at the University of Toronto for one year and then attained a Certificate in Computer Graphics from Toronto’s Academy of Merchandising and Design. Over the past thirty years, Pazán has created a variety of traditional and computer graphic art pieces which have displayed his multifaceted interests in design, colour, and texture. Pazán has been exhibiting his works of art since 1992 and now has a permanent exhibit at his own art gallery and studio: Pazán Gallery. For 17 years, Pazán worked as a graphic artist for the Toronto Star. He now works as a full-time professional artist and is the owner of the Pazán Gallery located in Mississauga.
Location 13 - Splash of Charm
Beautiful paintings of Celina Melo and Janice Ykema
Location 14 - Heather Grindley
ARTIST STATEMENT and BIOGRAPHY
I am a figurative artist. Often people ask me, what does that mean? It means that the content of my art involves the human form. I have been told that my drawings and paintings have a distinctive contemporary edge. I work in oil, pastel and charcoal. A strong gestural figure, that depicts the emotion I try to create, excites me. Modern dancers have been my models in the past and have greatly influenced me over the years.
Lately my interest has been with integrating the human form with water....the one element which sustains all life.
My work is represented in private, corporate and public collections including: Shell Canada, Mount Sinai Hospital, Macdonald Gallery; The University of Guelph, Mississauga City Hall, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Government of Ontario Archives; Art Purchase and the Helson Gallery, Georgetown.
Elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists.
The Ontario Society of Artists.
The Colour and Form Society.
Ontario: Toronto, Oakville, Georgetown, Mississauga Art Gallery.
Extensively in Ontario.
Quebec: Montreal. Nova Scotia: Halifax. Japan: Kariya.
Location 15 - Lindy Lawrence F
I have always had a passion for creating and viewing the world in a way that focuses on the beauty in the very simplistic value of everyday objects and places. I am constantly in awe of the colours, feelings and emotions inspired by the sun, the wind, rain, and I have always been compelled to capture that visual in a way that draws the moment back again and again. Much of my work is in oils, but have only recently converted mainly to acrylics and am enjoying the benefit of working in this medium. I have used this gift in many,many ways throughout my life, but have decided in recent years to focus mainly on capturing what I feel passionate about onto canvas. With a tendency towards hyper-realism, I see so much below the apparent and obvious. I view this as a gift that lies beneath everything I do in life. Everything I see, everything I feel. It’s the under current that motivates my entire being. I feel blessed, and I hope that I inspire others who view my paintings to look a little closer, take a little more time, pull back and see the most basic beauty that is everywhere around us.