I Gave Art.

WIN one of these beautiful pieces of art!

Complete a ballot at the Artists’ Network booth during ArtWalk in the Square for your chance to win. Participating artists have generously donated beautiful original pieces of art, limited reproductions or set of cards.

Look for the “I Gave Art” sign in participating artist’s booths at the ArtWalk in the Square.

Thank you to the following artists who #IGaveArt

Amber Glow: 11x14 Oil on Canvas Framed

Lynn Leonard – Booth 31 

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Sumac Spikes: 10" x 8", image 6.5" x 6", watercolour
Mahakali Series, Nepal 2016, Photo transfer on wood, 4"x6"
set of five cards, selected from collection: “Burn Light Burn Bright” of the “Visiting Home” series
Robin card. Lino cut hand printed and then hand painted.

Lorie Slater – Booth 59


Graffiti Garage 4"x6"

Kate Taylor – Booth 29


"Cherry Beach" printed on metallic photo paper on wood with epoxy finish; tin type effect photo of a Toronto Landmark - Cherry Beach Lifeguard Station. This image was framed and took 2nd Place in the World Renowned Design Star: Framing Edition Competition in January 2017
The ring ring ringing So many possibilities Who could it be? It's For You ..... 6x6" Mounted Limited Reproduction based off a painting that is in a private collection in L.A. see more at www.zzfineart.com/hands
5 greeting cards- blank on the inside
"Summer Mood": acrylic on cradle board with resin, 6"x 8"
“EVE”- 20”x 20” Acrylic with cement
"Oh" Acrylic on wood panel 12 x 12 inches
Abstract landscape, acrylic on canvas, 12" x12"
"Confluence", Acrylic on Gallery canvas, 10" x 10"
"Mahakali", 2017, Photo transfer on canvas, white acrylic pen, 13x11; This is a photo-transfer from a series of photographs I took last summer (2016) while on a trip to visit family in Nepal. Nepal was devastated by an earthquake in 2015 and is still recovering. This traditional dance, called Mahakali, dates back to 300 BC and is performed to ward off evil and protect the land from natural disasters. Mahakali resumed last year for the first time in seven years. The village came together to raise the funds to continue the tradition.
Highway 401 Sunset, 18"x24", oil on wood panel.
"Swan Reflections", ink drawing, 5"x7" in a 12.7" x 17.7" float frame
"Windy Shelter", 6"x6", oil painting