Light has always had an emotional contribution to how Ronald sees and feels the world. Combining this with his fascination with paper, Ronald taught himself the Quilling technique. This allows his work, using paper and glue, to take on bold and symmetrical shapes. Starting by cutting the strips of paper that will be used […]
Just over a year ago, on a trip to my local art store, I picked up a brightly coloured post card , with the odd word TWAC emblazoned on its surface. TWAC, as it turned out, is the acronym for Toronto West Arts Collaborative, an Etobicoke based not-for-profit arts organization offering exhibition, learning […]
“Your painting….just makes me happy.” I can’t tell you how rewarding it is to hear these words from my followers. You won’t find any deep, dark secrets in any of my paintings…no political messages…no hidden meanings. Okay, maybe the odd hidden meaning. I love to create pieces that bring joy, whether it’s through colour and […]
Being an artist has its own rewards. After the struggles, sometimes years of ups and downs, you begin to trust yourself and actually start to settle down and enjoy, with no judgement the time spent with your brushes. Learning the techniques of painting often takes time and can be a frustrating part, but I usually […]
by David Shepherd – Artworld Fine Art Gallery Artist A Brief History In the past few years we have stumbled upon cave artwork in Western Europe and Indonesian caves from 40,000 years ago. That’s pretty old, and one of the pigments that they were using to paint the caves is actually a natural […]
Since 2012, I have visited Paris, France at least twice each year. The annual invitation to exhibit one of my paintings at the Louvre for the SNBA show dating back to 1861, has changed my life.
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“A Visual Collaborative” An interactive exposition featuring emerging and established visual artists