Beach area artist, and former owner of Gallery 888, Liz Russ, is participating in a group show at Project: Art Gallery, 230 Queen St. W., at McCaul (second floor), from now until Dec. 18. For more information visit

Anna Clarey is showing a select number of recent paintings in a group exhibition called Deck the Walls, at the Jane Roos Gallery, 108 Berkley Street, through the month of December. For more information call the Jane Roos Gallery at 416-966-0888, or visit

The Fox Theatre in partnership with presents Movies & Makers, a Holiday Arts & Craft Show, Dec. 17, from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., at the Fox Theatre, 2236 Queen St. E.
This will be a diverse mix of local makers of fine, cool, funky, sassy art and crafts, all selling their wares in this historic Toronto landmark. Artists include Jane Clark (photography), Krystal Speck (handmade porcelain pottery), Lure Arts (pottery), Wee Monkey (children’s toys), and Rings by Stephanie to name just a few.
For more information call the Fox at 416-691-7330, or visit

Beach artists Marcus Berns, and his wife Ethel Shoul, are both exhibiting their work at the Pentimento Gallery, 1164 Queen St. E., now through Jan. 7.
Shoul has long had a fascination with figure drawing. Using her camera as her ‘sketchbook’, Shoul works with collage, acrylics and ink to create mixed-media murals, triptych, and irregularly-shaped works. She has exhibited her work in Toronto, and London, England. For more information visit her website at
Marcus Berns follows in the tradition of ‘direct metal’ sculptures, using, modifying, and reshaping existing industrial parts. His concepts of form derive from his 30 years as an architect. He has exhibited his worlk in Toronto, Johannesburg, France and London, England.
For more information visit his website at

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