Jerry Reed

Peter Emslie
“Jerry Reed”
Brush and ink with colour added in Photoshop Reproduction printed on quality 11″ x 17″ heavy weight paper stock.

$20 plus shipping

Peter Emslie is a former Disney illustrator.

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Jerry Reed would have turned 81 this year.

Forever Beautiful

Sheila Vander Wier
“Forever Beautiful”
Oils on canvas
30″ x 24″
Accepted into 2018 Beaux Arts Brampton’s Open Juried Fine Arts Show
April 7 to May 5 in Downtown Brampton.

Growing up I always enjoyed art.  Whenever I had a chance during my travels I would visit art galleries and be in awe of the artists creations.
I am a self taught artist who is inspired by the beauty of God’s creation.
I enjoy the challenge of creating with oil and acrylic on canvas.
I thank the Lord for giving me such a wonderful gift that I can share with others.
Over the past years I have also painted set pieces for the Brampton Music Theater and it is a thrill to see everything come together on stage.
This is been a great adventure and looking forward to what the future holds.
To Sheila Vander Wier her inspirations come from the Beauty of God’s creation and believes all that we have comes from Him.  Her ability to capture this beauty with oils on canvas allows her to share this with others.

  • 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 Pelham, Ontario.




The Mighty Niagara


William H. Simmons
“The Mighty Niagara”
Oil on canvas
60″ x 30″

Brampton artist William H. Simmons created his largest piece yet.
This is one of William’s beautiful landscapes that was on exhibit in our largest show yet. “A Creative Buzz” The Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery.