I Surrender


Sheila Vander Wier
“I Surrender”
Oil on canvas
48″ X 24″
$3200

This amazing seascape was accepted into the Colour and Form Society 66th Annual Open Juried Show, November 1 to 29 at Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery.

  • Sheila is an award winning international fine art artist and has been painting full time for six years.  Her works have been accepted into prestigious Open Juried Shows in the GTA and in collections as far away as United States and Europe.  She exhibits yearly in the Autumn Art sale at the McMichael Art Gallery, the Pelham Fine Art Festival, Carmel Fine Art and Music Festival, and the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival.  Sheila  can be found painting at her home Studio in Brampton.

http://artistsheilavanderwier.weebly.com/

The Alida


Sheila Vander Wier
“The Alida”
Oil on canvas
18″ X 24″
Commissioned landscape

  • Sheila is an award winning international fine art artist and has been painting full time for six years.  Her works have been accepted into prestigious Open Juried Shows in the GTA and in collections as far away as United States and Europe.  She exhibits yearly in the Autumn Art sale at the McMichael Art Gallery, the Pelham Fine Art Festival, Carmel Fine Art and Music Festival, and the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival.  Sheila  can be found painting at her home Studio in Brampton.

http://artistsheilavanderwier.weebly.com/

Tadenac Island


Lu Robitaille
“Tadenac Lake”
Original watercolour (framed)
10″ x 8″
$1,150

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.

http://lurobitailleartist.com/

The Old Post Office


Albert Seaman
“The Old Post Office”
Pen and ink drawing

Illustration included on page 26 for the 1978 book
“Heritage Brampton-An illustrated review of some of the fine old buildings in the City- 1978”
Published by the City of Brampton Heritage Boar

Port Hope artist, Albert Seaman, lived in Brampton for many years and was active as an artist and heritage enthusiast when he created his amazing illustrations that enhanced the publication.

Albert and Andy Donato had launched a Bramalea art group in the years before this Heritage Board publication. Albert served as Chairman of the Brampton Library Board also.

Manna page 1


C.A. Seaman
“Manna, page 1”
Powdered pastels illustration for graphic novel “Manna” written and illustrated by Bowmanville artist C. A. Seaman. This is a new direction that Christopher has taken for illustrating his story.

You may see much more of Christopher’s works at Fineartsmanga.com
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lick on Fine Arts Drawing and Painting which takes you to Fine Arts Image Galleries and scroll down until you see Aviation and Naval Art.


C. A. Seaman
From Free Comic Book Day
Coloured pencil and marker
Commissioned art on variant coverstock.
Coloured pencil and ink

Alderlea


Keith Moreau
“Alderlea”
Pen and ink
20″ x 12″
In collection of The Royal Canadian Legion

This pen and ink stipple and line drawing was commissioned, by fellow artist and war veteran Stan Adams, of what at the time was the Brampton Legion. Stan gave the legion the original. It was originally known as Alderlea and was constructed circa 1867 for Kenneth Chisholm, businessman, political figure and son-in-law of John Elliott, a founding father of Brampton.
The original grandeur of the estate included a large front lawn and garden, which is now Gage Park, Brampton’s first municipal park.
The mansion was purchased from the legion by the City of Brampton in 2002 and started renovations in 2010. It is now a special events center since a special opening in 2015.
I drew this from an old photo of Alderlea.

Keith is the artist behind Big Art Buzz and welcomes you to the creative hive.
To see more of Keith’s artwork, check out his Facebook page.

The Leacock Home


Lu Robitaille
“The Leacock Home”
Watercolour
25″ X 18″
$1,990

Exhibited in our “A Creative Buzz” 2018 summer exhibit in the Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery, 399 The West Mall.

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. 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.

http://lurobitailleartist.com/