Beach Arts Scene

Local illustrator and artist Tak Bui will be included in the Museum of the Street: 50 Years of Toronto Illustration exhibit at the John B. Aird Gallery downtown. Bui has been a professional illustrator since the 1970s, working first for Maclean’s, then expanding to Canadian Business, The Financial Post, and daily papers such as the […]

Beach Arts Scene

Yellow House Gallery is getting the jump on the season with its holiday art show, We Are All Precious Snowflakes. From Nov. 12 until early January, the group show will feature more than 100 works from over 40 artists. The work covers many mediums and is affordably priced for those looking for a holiday gift […]

Beach Arts Scene

Arts on Queen, 2198 Queen St. E. at Balsam, will feature the work of East End painter Patrice Carmichael for the month of July. Carmichael is a native of South Africa, though Toronto is home. A member of the Beach Guild of Fine Art, her oils on canvas range from expressionist landscapes to abstract paintings […]

Beach Arts Scene

Yellow House Gallery is celebrating a year of fine art in Kingston Road Village, while launching its latest show, Mindscape. Yellow House was opened a year ago at 921 Kingston Rd. by Christina Kostoff as a combination gallery and framing shop. Since then, Kostoff has been running regular exhibitions, both solo and group shows, by […]

Beach Arts Scene

This is Paradise is a show by encaustic artist Melissa Espina and PH1 Collective, which consists of Espina and digital film editor Pietro Gallo. Espina is a Toronto native. She finished her OCADU undergrad thesis in Florence, Italy, and has exhibited throughout Europe and Canada. Her work is popular with designers and home stagers in […]