Erin Loree – Various Paintings

Erin Loree is a Toronto based fine artist who received her BFA from OCAD and has exhibited both in Canada and abroad extensively over the past couple of years. Loree’s describes herself as a “figurative abstract artist” and creates brilliant work that holds thick and textured strokes along with a vibrant and glowing colour palette.

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Joshua Miels – Various Paintings

Joshua Miels is a contemporary portrait artist who looks to capture the vulnerability of people and the emotions that people try to hind from others. Spending countless hours adding layer upon layer of paint Joshua produces artworks that are not only striking but deep and powerful. Painted with predominantly oil paint, each piece start off with a subject, but with a large amount of experimentation, each art piece has its own journey on how its get from start to finish. The Artworks challenges viewers to draw upon there own emotions and personal experiences. How each piece is interpreted differs from person to person, there is no right or wrong way to interprets these artworks.

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Guillermo Mora – Heavy Acrylic Sculptures

Spanish artist Guillermo Mora creates gooey sculptures out of acrylic paint. This innovate sculptor creates magnificent installations made from just acrylic paint and rubber bands or leather belts. Mora dumps buckets of acrylic in extremely vibrant colours and then lets dry until the paint is hardened. After drying he proceeds to fold and wrap the oozing acrylics into one beautiful piece.

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Andrew Dadson – Waited

“[Andrew] Dadson has developed a practice in which the traditional limits of the canvas are crossed, blurred, and questioned. This iconoclastic stance, however, is not merely a formal one, or a way of simply making the next move in the chess match of endgames that has come to define painting as a historical genre. Rather, the driving force of the work posits that the objects and discourses that we have come to associate with painting are not nearly as familiar or discrete as we think.” – FabrikLA

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