Art Scene

Providing cultural enrichment and stretching our imaginations, these art pieces are exhibited in galleries around Canada.


1. LIFE IN HARMONY BY DAPHNE ODJIG
Well-known by art lovers and collectors, Daphne Odjig was the first aboriginal woman to exhibit her art at the National Gallery of Canada. In this limited edition piece, Odjig draws inspiration from her roots. www.gevik.com

2. VIVE DON BY YEHOUDA CHAKI
The multitude of colours used in this painting boast vitality. Working mostly with still life and nature, artist Yehouda Chaki creates a visual masterpiece with a keen eye and talented brushstroke. www.odonwagnergallery.com

3. A ST. URBAIN BY CHRISTIAN BERGERON
This acrylic painting was created with the use of a palette knife. Artist Christian Bergeron beautifully interpreted the scenery in Quebec, giving his audience a new appreciation for landscape art. www.gallery260.com

4. PAPARINA BY PASQUALE CUPPARI
With the universe as his muse, artist Pasquale Cuppari uses yellows, greens and reds to create an abstract art piece. A collection of debris is added to the painting, delivering texture and an outburst of creativity. www.navillusgallery.com

5. GIANT BUDDHA I BY JOSEF HOFLEHNER This silver gelatin print was photographed by world traveller Josef Hoflehner. In 2008, he photographed the Leshan Giant Buddha in China, which is considered the largest Buddha in the world. www.bulgergallery.com

6. ACCEPT & RELEASE BY GARY WEISMAN This contemporary sculpture is influenced by Greek design and the Renaissance period. With the ability to be interpreted in various ways, the art piece was created entirely by young sculptor Gary Weisman. www.odonwagnergallery.com

Art Scene

Providing cultural enrichment and stretching our imaginations, these art pieces are exhibited in galleries around Canada.


1. LIFE IN HARMONY BY DAPHNE ODJIG
Well-known by art lovers and collectors, Daphne Odjig was the first aboriginal woman to exhibit her art at the National Gallery of Canada. In this limited edition piece, Odjig draws inspiration from her roots. www.gevik.com

2. VIVE DON BY YEHOUDA CHAKI
The multitude of colours used in this painting boast vitality. Working mostly with still life and nature, artist Yehouda Chaki creates a visual masterpiece with a keen eye and talented brushstroke. www.odonwagnergallery.com

3. A ST. URBAIN BY CHRISTIAN BERGERON
This acrylic painting was created with the use of a palette knife. Artist Christian Bergeron beautifully interpreted the scenery in Quebec, giving his audience a new appreciation for landscape art. www.gallery260.com

4. PAPARINA BY PASQUALE CUPPARI
With the universe as his muse, artist Pasquale Cuppari uses yellows, greens and reds to create an abstract art piece. A collection of debris is added to the painting, delivering texture and an outburst of creativity. www.navillusgallery.com

5. GIANT BUDDHA I BY JOSEF HOFLEHNER This silver gelatin print was photographed by world traveller Josef Hoflehner. In 2008, he photographed the Leshan Giant Buddha in China, which is considered the largest Buddha in the world. www.bulgergallery.com

6. ACCEPT & RELEASE BY GARY WEISMAN This contemporary sculpture is influenced by Greek design and the Renaissance period. With the ability to be interpreted in various ways, the art piece was created entirely by young sculptor Gary Weisman. www.odonwagnergallery.com

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