Our gallery features the works of the following artists:
Nathan Eugene Carson
Kurt Swinghammer’s Red Canoe No. 33
Kurt Swinghammer, Red Canoe Series No. 33.
Acrylic on canvas. 48×48 in. Canada, 2017. $4500.
The Red Canoe Series is an ongoing body of work in which the
composition remains unchanged, but the colour relationships of
the water are unique each time. The initial inspiration was to find
an image that related to landscape painter Tom Thomson,
who was the subject of a song cycle that I wrote and recorded
called Turpentine Wind. One of my goals was to depict an iconic
Canadian subject matter in a contemporary manner.
Loon No. 3 by Kurt Swinghammer.
Acrylic on canvas. 48×48 in. $5000.
Chari Lesniak, Untitled 2. 36×56 in., oil on canvas. $3000.
Chari Lesniak, Untitled 1. 82×52.5 in., oil on canvas. $5900.
Neighbour’s House, Byron Hodgins. Oil on canvas,
43×54 in. 2013. SOLD
Dogwood High Park, oil on canvas, 48×48 in.
River Silhouettes, oil on canvas, 54x43in.
Winter Thaw, oil on canvas, 24×24 in.
Byron Hodgins received a B.F.A from
Nova Scotia School of Art and Design. Hodgins
has exhibited across Canada and Korea; he lives
and works in Toronto.
Polite and slender, Julie Jenkinson.
Limited edition gicleé prints, 13.25 x 17.5 in.
Alone Time, Robert Tokley. Oil on canvas,
30x 42 in. Canada, 2016. $1,200.00
Untitled, Robert Tokley. Oil on canvas,
16x 20 in. Canada, 2016. SOLD
“Primal Focus” oil on canvas, 46×46 in.
Canada, 2016. SOLD
Loon No. 4 by Kurt Swinghammer.
Acrylic on canvas. 48×48 in. $5000.
Kurt Swinghammer is a highly acclaimed guitarist,
singer/songwriter, producer, composer, designer
and fine artist based in Toronto.
Chari Lesniak, State of Flux, 2010. Mixed media on
canvas. 47.5 x 47.5”. $2,800.00 SOLD
Chari Lesniak– b.1965
graduated from York University with a BFA 1988
Just in! Kurt Swinghammer’s Loon No. 02.
Stunning colour palette. 48″ x 48”, acrylic on canvas.
Canada, 2016. SOLD. No. 03 Coming Soon!
Kurt Swinghammer’s Red Canoe Series.
48″ x 48”, acrylic on canvas. $4500.
Twizzler by Lowell Bradshaw.
36″ x 34″, oil on canvas, 2011. $1600.
BLACKBONES Collection by Julie Jenkinson
Objects and sculptural jewelry for all sexes.
The BLACKBONES Collection spans the divide between found object,
fine art sculpture and jewelry. Working through a deeply intuitive and organic
sense of form, Jenkinson creates assemblages of artisanal and salvaged industrial materials. The results are strikingly dramatic pieces that one
could only call post modern industrial primitive.
Julie Jenkinson is a British born, self-taught artist and designer
living in Toronto. View the collection: www.blackbones.ca
BLACKBONES Necklace of Kenyan beads
and vintage whistle; Cardboard wall sculpture
by Julie Jenkinson
Filling. Rubber and brass ready-made sculpture by
Julie Jenkinson. 2015. 13″ x 13″ x3″.
Rubber and metal ready-made sculpture by
Julie Jenkinson. 2015. 7″ x 8″ x 7″.
Pinky, rubber sculpture by Julie Jenkinson. 2015
18″ x 12.75″ x 2.5″.
Rubber, brass, leather wall sculpture by Julie Jenkinson.
2015. 18″ x 6″ x 1.5″.
Moe Casino, The Neon Series. 2014
Acrylic on panel, 48″ x 36″. INQUIRE
When You Find The Right Sheep from the photo series
Ice Age Scotty by Julie Jenkinson. Archival pigment ink
framed print. 9 1/4″ x 11 1/4″ framed. $250.00
The complete series can be viewed at
36 Hours in Uruguay and Berlin Street Art
Photographs by Julie Jenkinson.
Artist, designer and photographer Julie Jenkinson was struck with the vibrant and unique graffiti culture in the cultural capital of Berlin. Reframing these pieces of street art and signage with her camera, she uses her coolly precise graphic sense to frame images that are both graphically striking and idiosyncratic. In a city that is world renowned for its subdued and minimalist cool, Jenkinson records more playful bursts of color and inventiveness that can be found around every street corner.
Jenkinson’s original fascination with street art has evolved into a record of places in a city that organically erode and accrue meaning. In her photo documentation of Uruguay, walls and urban surfaces that at first appear to be painting or collage turn out to be the arbitrary accumulation from of accrued layers of signage, markings and erosion. As such, they become a deeper study of how urban environments and visual signs are formed by a city and its residents over the passing of time, forming entirely new and different connections and resonances. www.juliejenkinson.com