Our canadian guest artists

Gordon Harrison, sca aibaq

award winning canadian landscape artist

“Canadian landscape inspires Gordon Harrison’s work and his life. Gordon Harrison is in a happy place following his heart, awakening his senses in a landscape playground. He has developed into one of Canada’s foremost landscape painters. That ease of expression has been a long-time gift. Lost in a world of colour and possibility where paint […]

Jeff Goodman

canadian contemporary glass artist

Jeff Goodman is an award-winning contemporary Canadian glass artist known internationally for his strong creative and physical love for glass and the amazing legacy he left behind. The Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto’s Hazelton Residence and Hotel and Toronto’s The Ritz Carlton and the Bush Family are proud owners of Goodman’s glass vessels, sculptures and architectural glass.   […]

David Thai

canadian contemporary glass artist

David Thai came to Canada in 1985 to pursue his studies in glass and design in Toronto.  He soon ranked top and obtained a prestigious residency at Harbourfront Centre where he coached other artists on glassblowing artistry. He went on to found the Kingston Glass Studio that continues to welcome tourists from around the world. […]

richard sturgeon

canadian contemporary sculptor

The sculptures of Richard Sturgeon are inspired by the landscape of Northern Ontario where the artist was raised.   As a young child, Richard discovered the magic of creating objects with his hands and spent his time carving wood. He eventually made art a priority in his life and pursued metal and welding training. It […]

patrick Imai

canadian inuit inspired sculptor

Patrick Imai is a member of the National Capital Network of Sculptors, Arteast and Arts Ottawa East. His sculptures have been part of many exhibits including the Museum of Nature – Nature into Sculpture, Shenkman Centre – Mosaic and St Brigid’s Centre for the Arts – Dimensions and are in private collections in Canada, the […]