Meaghan Claire Kehoe is a Toronto and Kitchener-Waterloo based painter, muralist and live painter. She is always busy with murals for office spaces, and commercial spaces with Starbucks ranking as her top client. She recently won the regional title of 2016 Toronto Champion for Art Battle Canada and has been taking projects live-painting for weddings and events.
Artist Diana Elisabeth Åström came to Sweden when she was 9 months old. She was raised by her adoptive parents in a small town in the north called Skellefteå. When she finished high school, she moved to Oslo Norway and has been living there for the past eight years.
Natasha Jade is a travel inspired commission artist based in East London. She graduated from Sussex University with a degree in Mathematics (BSc). After doing a degree which was not particularly inspiring to her she was determined to make a living out of doing something that stimulated her creatively and gave her immense pleasure and satisfaction.
I won a contest from She Does The City to hop on the Art Bus to go to the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in the Village of Kleinburg. The gallery is open late on Thursday nights (until 10 pm) from July 1 to October 31st and this was the first Art Bus.
Oriana Curls is a French Jazz , Pop and Cabaret Singer-Songwriter based in London. Her talent as a songwriter and her impressive four-octave range voice has already allowed her to work with some of the best musicians, writers and producers throughout London.
The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition is the largest outdoor art exhibition in Canada and has established itself as an important event within the Canadian arts community. The three day event is free and open to the public.
My friend and fellow blogger Nicole, aka New Girl in Toronto invited me to the Gatsby Garden Party. In previous years this was a one day event, but due to increasing popularity, this year's event was held over two days, Saturday June 25th and Sunday June 26th. We attended on the second day.
Neal Auch a fine art photographer, based in Hamilton, Ontario. Most of his recent work concerns the commodification of suffering and, in particular, his own rather contradictory feelings on the ethics of eating animals.