Friday, May 31, 2013

Please Visit Me on my updated website!

I am very appreciative of your patronage and welcome your visits.
Thank you and kindest regards,

Friday, November 2, 2012

Introducing Farhad Nargol O'Neill

An opportunity to paint a figure,

pivotal to our Canadian Landscape of 21rst century influential artists,

that I,

 felt compelled to immortalize.

Please meet Sculpture, Painter, Musician, and a fierce advocate of the Contemporary Artist....

My friend...Farhad.

20" x  22"
Oil on Belgium Linen

Tuesday, October 2, 2012


October Art Show

Fifteen Years of Fine Art  American Women Artist

Pages 94-97

Please visit this link to see "Dina" and "Peonies and Grapes" in print and to read the accompanying article.

Also published in this October's edition of 
Southwest Art Magazines is 
"Peonies and Grapes"
"Peonies and Grapes"

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Finalist in American Women Artists Juried competion

"Peonies and Grapes"
20" x 16"
Oil on Belgium Linen

Has been selected as a finalist in the American Women Artists 15th Annual Juried Competition

Monday, May 21, 2012

Juried Flower Show

 For View and Sale

May 19- June 2, 2012

The Arts and Letters Club of Toronto

Lisianthus  and Blue 18"x 24"  Oil

Also viewed at

Doors Open 

St. Georges Hall/The Arts and Letters Club of Toronto 

May , 27, 2012

Blending Genres 

Saturday  May 26, 2012

1-5  pm

Sunday, April 8, 2012

"Belvedere Torso" at The Nano Gallery

Delighted to be associated with Marilyn Harding Art. Please take the time to stroll by the Nano Gallery located in the Renaissance Courtyard connecting Cumberland Street with Yorkville Avenue in the trendy “Village” in downtown Toronto.

"Belvedere Torso" 
30" x  24" Oil on Begian Linen

For information please contact Marilyn Harding
416-716-2678 or

Monday, February 13, 2012

The Art of the Line Show

"Andrea" 22' x 16"
"Renaissance" 14" x "9"

Juried Show at the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto
January 28- March 1, 2012

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Juried Small Show and Sale

Being  10.25 x 13.25
Cheryl  16.5" x  8"
                            The Arts and Letters Club of Toronto                                            
A Muse's Gaze 10"x 7.75"

Saturday December 3, 2011

11 am to 4 pm

Includes works by Club Members
Half Full  9.5" x 11.5"

Ben 4" x 4.5"
Mikayla  11.4 x 5.5"
Repose 4" x 5.5"

Renaissance  14" x 9"

CD's, Cards, Books, Prints and Small Paintings

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Fine Art Auction

"Katea" 24 x 20 oil on canvas

The Arts and Letters Club of Toronto


Silent and Live Auction of Fine Art Works

Sunday, November 20, 2011

"Katea" Participating in the Live Auction

starting at 3:00 pm

For more information click below link

Sunday, October 2, 2011

The Great Canadian Landscape Show

Introducing "The Audience"
16" x 12"
Oil on Canvas

Juried Art Show and Sale
Arts and Letters Club of Toronto
October 3-October 28, 2011.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

"The Academy Way"

"Half Full"
11.5" x  9.5"
oil on Belgium Linen
"The Academy Way"

 The Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts
126 James Street South 
Hamilton, On L8P 2Z4
905 528 4020

Opening Reception 
Sunday, February 13, 2011

4-6:30 pm

exhibit runs from
Saturday, February 12,2011-Thursday, March 10, 2011

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Finally a Pic of Ms. Natalie

Ms. Natalie Pequeux
oil on Belgium Linen
54 x 36

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Iron Horse Concert benefitting ALS

Inspired by Allison Druerys' origami cranes and in her dedication and commitment to finding a cure for ALS,

I present...
"Folding For A Cure"
watercolor and gouache on Winsor Newton paper 9x12
Participating in a silent Auction at the Iron Horse Concert
Sponsored by

Cranes 4 a Cure

Saturday July 10 2010

Mount Albert Lion's Hall 
RR#1 5057 Mount Albert Road

Doors open at 7pm
Presenting Broomfiller and Bianca Rollo

The picture above illustrates a visual contemplation of the wishes of humankind with an attempt to elevate consciousness towards the manifestation of peace on earth.
Japanese legend from the 11th century at Kakamura, describes a feudal leader celebrating a Buddhist festival in which birds and animals were set free, by releasing hundreds of cranes as thanksgiving after a successful battle.  Each crane had a prayer strip attached on its leg to pray for those killed in battle, therefore associating the crane with the celebration of peace and prayers for those lost in war.
According to Japanese folklore the indigenous red hooded crane has a reputation for long life (at least a thousand years) and prosperity, thus becoming a symbol of good health.  Origami paper cranes became a popular gift for those who were ill.
"Sadako And The Thousand Paper Cranes" written by Edna Ritzenberg describes the poignant story of two-year old girl who survived the horrific atom bomb at Hiroshima, only to succumb to leukemia 11 years later.  During her final months in hospital her friend gave her a golden paper crane there by stimulating her to fold a thousand paper cranes as it was told that her wish of being healed would come true. At Hiroshima today there is a memorial and a statue of Sadako in dedication of her courage and stands as a reminder of the devastation results of war.

In her hands sits a golden paper crane.

With humble thanks.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Art Show and Sale


Friday May 14, 2010
11:00 am - 8:00 pm

For directions to the Toronto Cricket Club, please click Art Show and Sale above for link.
When you arrive, please ask the front reception for Show location.


Wednesday, March 17, 2010

A Muse's Gaze

Charcoal drawing on white paper 11.5" x 8"      March 15, 2010.

New drawing "After Boldini"

Sometimes you just need to feel the energy in what you see!!

Charcoal drawing on white paper  10" x 8" March 13, 2010.
After the oil portrait of Gladys Deacon, Duchess of Marlborough by Giovanni Bolodini 1916