Bridget Aubé
24″ x 18″

Bridget Aubé     1927-2007
As a self-trained artist, Bridget worked in many mediums and excelled in all. She was a prolific talent with the main area of interest being in still life. Someone at a one-women show of her works said that she would love to learn from Bridget and Bridget responded that she wasn’t a teacher. She helped so many who worked alongside her, she was a teacher.
Food and florals often had prominence in her works but some of her still life were as simple as a pair of shoes, perfectly placed in a well designed image. Exquisite.
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Anthony Jenkins
A tasty selection of portraiture styles from which to choose. Vivid in print or eye-catching viewed on handhelds.

Unique portraits made to last.
“I’d be delighted to illustrate for you.
I’m fast, no prima donna and my rates are reasonable.”
(Originals, framed, make a memorable retirement, birthday, anniversary, promotion, divorce, Nobel Prize nomination gift.) for more of Tony’s
amazing works under many different categories.


D. Scott Taylor
15″ x 16″

D. Scott Taylor is a self-taught watercolour artist and has been painting professionally for over 20 years, beginning with numerous commissions of aircraft, homes, cars and people. Scott’s attention to detail and his ‘high realism’ style have been his bench-mark over the years, while at the same time, he attempts to find subject matter which is both pleasing to the eye and to the heart.

As you can see on his  website  under the Hockey Art category, Scott can now completely customize your painting. He hand-paints the different names, numbers, jerseys, helmet colour, & even hair colour to match your favorite hockey player. This ability has been met with considerable enthusiasm amongst those searching for the perfect gift!

Scott lives in Brampton, Ontario with his wife and four children (all of whom can be found in his paintings…. including Scott!)


Lu Robitaille
10″ x 10″ print
Unframed $145

Lu Robitaille was born in historic Penetanguishene. She and her husband raised their two children in the remoteness of Tadenac Bay, later settling in Huronia.

Lu has a home studio on Cedar Brook Farm, her family fish farm. Her deep feelings for Georgian Bay live in the art she creates; her rocks and water reflect the love and warmth she has for this unique part of Canada. She has a great affection for the character of old farms and lighthouses. Lu has developed a new style and format based on watercolour for her medium. For more information, or to arrange a private viewing of her work, Lu invites you and your family to contact her.

Kakabeka Falls

Brian J. Michon
“Kakabeka Falls”
30″ x 22″

Here is a full sheet 140 lb cold press watercolour painting of Kakabeka Falls. The majority of the painting is done in transparent watercolour with some added gouache colouring and highlights.
“I always enjoy going back to watercolour as it was the first medium I took to.”

Along with his amazing portraits Brian enjoys painting landscapes.

Brian is from Geraldton, Ontario.


Brian J. Michon
24″ x 36″

Brian finished this painting prior to Christmas 2017.  The painting is called Fancyman, which happens to be the name commonly associated with this dancer.  His real name is Francis Goodchild.  Brian wanted to keep the painting in the same vein as his previous paintings which incorporates a colourful, abstract background with the portraits.

Along with his amazing portraits Brian enjoys painting landscapes.

Brian is from Geraldton, Ontario.