Ann Fullerton’s background as an award winning art director & designer gives her work a strong sense of design, composition and understanding of colour. Some of her illustrative work has appeared in various publications such as The Globe & Mail, Homemakers, Chatelaine, and Canadian Gardening Magazine. Ann has received several awards for her commercial work and her fine art. Many of her watercolours have appeared in Corporate Calendars and on Corporate Christmas Cards. As a full time artist, Ann works primarily in watercolour but also in acrylics, oils and pen & ink.
Over the past 25 years while working as an industrial designer and marketer in the Greater Toronto area, Bill Hagan continued to develop his design and painting style. A fascination with colour is the common denominator in all of his work. Today Bill’s projects are focused on abstract paintings inspired from photographic images he has taken throughoutSouthern Ontario.
With her artwork, Jolanta Jung aims to create new forms by juxtaposing ceramics with different materials such as leather, copper piping, wire mesh, and wood. Researching various oxides and surface decoration techniques has led her to discover many new and unique ways to decorate her pieces. Jolanta’s journey in ceramic art over more than forty years has taken her through many styles ranging from representations of the human form to organic abstract sculpture.
The key features in Kerry Lambie’s work are shaped by hisNorthern Ontario heritage and his focus on the changing play of light and shadow. In 1994 Kerry opened a studio onLakeshore Rd., near the Port Credit bridge. His favourite haunt is Temagami, 450 km north ofToronto. It is almost never pretty there, but always beautiful. Kerry is represented by galleries inOttawa,Guelph and the Matilda Swanson Gallery inClarksburg.