Donna works primarily in watercolour rendering a variety of subjects to give the impression of realism.
Juliane enjoys capturing the ever-changing backdrop of the countryside. Her mediums include photography, acrylic, watercolour, and ink..
Dawn uses either acrylic or watercolor paints as the base then occasionally throw on a few other bits and pieces (paper, cloth, etc.), as required.
David is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and most recently taught at the Hastings Prince Edward District School Board.
Ron PlaizierWildlife Artist
Ron works primarily in the 2-dimensional art form of painting using acrylics on canvas or mason board.
Lola Reid AllinPhotographer
Airline Transport Pilot -Dive Master -Activist -Adventurer – Photographer – Mayanist
Margaret’s favourite medium is watercolour, but she has also produced works in acrylic and mixed media.
Melissa SchatzmannPencil Realist Artist
Melissa is a pencil realist artist & drawing instructor. She mainly draws wildlife & pets. She also teaches people how to draw in graphite, pastel and coloured pencils.
Judy TorrellAcrylic & Watercolour Artist
Judy paints in acrylics and watercolours and have taken many courses.
Joyce Empey SmithWatercolour & Acrylics Artist
Joyce now paints with watercolour, acrylics, French dyes on silk and works with Stained Glass.
Joan has been painting most of her life. She is a graduate of the Famous Artists School, Westport, Connecticut, taken by correspondence while raising five children.
She has studied with many well known Canadian Artists and has won many awards for her work.
Joan taught art classes for Loyalist College Belleville Ontario in the Continuing Education Program for 38 years. She is now retired and lives with her husband George in Quinte West
Jan is working primarily in acrylics and mixed media. She is lately tending towards abstracts and semi abstracts. Inspiration can come from lines, shapes and colours in nature or from ideas such as downtown renewal and other issues of the day. It is an adventurous voyage with surprises around every corner!
I paint out of pleasure and need while being influenced by the American Expressionist movement.
Abstract being my prime interest.
I find that I get the most pleasure out of creating emotive art, high energy, lots of paint and colour, with noticeable brush work.
After retiring from a career in education, I have continued to study and experiment with a variety of media and techniques.
Sandra began studying with local and visiting artists, and at Loyalist College, when she moved to Belleville in 1973.