Meet the Artists
My focus is to provide original artwork and art prints inspired by lakes, parks, and mountains around Canada. I am deeply invested in the beauty and importance of the natural landscape. Also, I love Paris and café scenes, so you’ll find a French influence in a lot of my pieces.
As nature becomes increasingly central to my work, I wanted to give back, which is why I started donating a tree for every piece of artwork sold.
I am a Brampton-based artist & Pyrograper. I introduced embroidered canvases when I released a Black History Month series in 2021, showcasing various images of Black women and historical information with each piece. Introducing the canvases has allowed me to revisit a previous medium of working with paints while the embroidery art allowed me to add a textural component. It's a wonderful feeling to be able to create pieces that others welcome into their home. I love adding bright and vibrant colors to my canvas or wood burn pieces while gathering inspiration/ colors from nature and exploring different areas. As an endometriosis warrior and bringing awareness, a percentage of my sales is donated to the Endometriosis Network of Canada.
Niagara based small batch artisan candle and body care company focused on quality, environmental sustainability and affordable products.They also offer a return-a-jar program which allows the reuse of jars to lower our environmental footprint.
With the return of every jar and lid you will receive $1 off your next purchase with Harp & Clove.
As an artist from small town Ontario, I focus my work on landscape photography and embroidery art. My embroidery work was inspired by my love for the hobby and joy in creating pieces for others. In photography, I love to capture grand scenes and the little things found while exploring this beautiful land, both near and far. It is so special to be able to create physical pieces of art to make a space feel like home.
I grew up in small town Alberta but now spend my life in Halifax, Nova Scotia. I've been doing art since I could hold a crayon; nothing makes me happier than someone else viewing and enjoying my work.
While I do enjoy dabbling in mixed media and sculpture, my main medium is acrylic. Being too impatient with oil and too messy with watercolour it became my go-to. My paintings are inspired by nature, I spend much of my time outdoors and I find my peace, excitement, and love in nature - I can only hope that my art invokes similar feelings you.
I am a Montreal area artist working in both acrylics and watercolour. My artwork is mostly nature inspired, but other subjects sneak in occasionally. Sunsets are presently the main theme of my paintings, while flowers and plants usually find their way onto my cards and bookmarks.
Being a self taught artist, I don't ascribe to formal rules, ergo I don't implement any in my works. My approach is simply that of capturing what I feel when I get in front of my canvas. My belief that we, as individuals, are consistently evolving is reflected in my evolving styles, landscapes and mediums. Much like the landscapes that inspire me, my style conveys power, emotion and beauty with elegance and realism.
My name is Sharon Canovas, I have been a full time stunt woman for 16 years. When the pandemic happened I decided to follow my other passion which is animal photography. Photographing animals has truly been my therapy.
Rachel Colford of Frost & Fringe is a multi-disciplinary artist from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Specializing in handmade vinyl stickers, prints and woven decor, Frost & Fringe exists to bring light, encouragement, and self-care reminders to your space through intentional home decor. When you fill your home with things that you love, you are investing in your own mental wellness and self-care. Whether it be a colour, a texture, a phrase, or even a sticker that resonates with you, adding intentional decor to your space can be an easy way to better enjoy your home. A portion of proceeds from Frost & Fringe go towards mental health initiatives and not-for-profits.
I am an abstract expressionist painter and creative educator, living in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada, with my husband and two children.
I have been creating since I can remember and involved in the arts community for 40 years, but only began my career as an artist in 2019. In fact, this is my fourth career! (I guess I’m living proof, it’s never too late.)
My studio is located in the centre of my home, a 125-year-old farmhouse, tucked away on a quiet street in a small town in Ontario’s stone fruit and wine country. Nestled between the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario and surrounded by green space and farmland, my inspiration is just minutes outside my door.
The natural world grounds me, excites me, and never ceases to amaze me. Painting brings me peace and offers me a chance to reflect on the beauty of our world as I strive to capture and translate its often overlooked intricacies into my work. It is my hope that my paintings bring peace and moments of quiet reflection (with a touch of curiosity and wonder) into your world as well.
I am a British-born Canadian now living in Nova Scotia. As well as living in three other Canadian provinces, I have also lived in the UK and Spain. I am mainly inspired by nature and the places I have lived and visited, but I create based on any subject matter.
I have no major story to share on my passion for creativity - I have just always loved art and creating. I was first exposed to print making at school, but after graduating my life went in an unexpected direction which involved a little dabbling in various art mediums, but I never printed again until about four years ago. I now focus on reduction lino printing which can be a very frustrating medium, but when things go right, very satisfying.
From old Scotland to New Scotland Wee Birdy moved to Nova Scotia in 2015. I have been creating greetings cards, nursery and kid’s art since 2014. I love to create fun and lighthearted humorous cards that put a smile on the recipients’ face.
I am a watercolour artist from Kingston, Ontario. I have been painting and drawing since I was about 10 years old and studied Fine Art at St. Lawrence College, Kingston.
I absolutely love it when my work resonates with someone and touches them in a meaningful way. I think of my art as a way to build connections with people through colour and beauty.
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I specialize in designing greeting cards for all occasions and also sell prints of my artwork. Most of my artwork is made with watercolours but I have recently started experimenting with gouache and I have really enjoyed using it. Currently, my favourite things to paint are florals, botanicals, fruit and animals.
Hi! I’m Jadyn and I own artbyJFM, a modern paper goods shop! I am an Indigenous artist who resides in Calgary, AB.
I primarily sell greeting cards, stickers and notepads, along with other stationery-addict necessities. I love a good pun and try and incorporate my adorable pandemic puppy, Mila the Mini Dachshund, in some of my designs.
Most of my designs are created on my iPad using a digital art platform and I print everything I can in house and when I do outsource printing, I use Canadian companies. I am passionate about incorporating Indigenous education into my online presence and products to support the integration of Indiegnous ways of knowing.
By day, I work in the long-term care/retirement sector as an employee educator and student placement support coordinator, and by night I’m an artist and middle-grade author. Besides painting and writing I love reading and being outdoors, especially going on camping road trips with our rooftop tent. The many amazing places we’ve set up camp are where I get most of my painting inspiration from. If I could live outdoors, on the road, 24/7 I would. One of these days I swear I’ll sell everything and do just that!
I first discovered alcohol inks at the start of the pandemic, while working with resin. I absolutely adored the way they shifted and moved in the resin all on their own, creating vibrant and magical designs. Then one day, I decided to try painting with them and discovered they basically do their own thing on paper just like in resin! It’s what I love most about them: that they have a mind of their own. This works well with the intuitive nature of my work and I find the whole process to be very liberating. The blends and textures and fades they create are out of this world and I’ve been in love from the very first time I tried them!
As an artist based in Southern Ontario I draw most of my inspiration from my surrounding landscape. I am drawn to our beautiful great lakes and paint them often. My favourite medium is acrylic on canvas but I also enjoy using oil paints and wood panels. My goal is to create artwork that translates the beauty of nature onto a canvas and into your home to enhance your space and provide relief from the stresses of everyday life. I often paint in a realist style but occasionally switch it up with a more contemporary way of painting and love to get crafty with seasonal decor
Noah Cecol (he/him) is a queer imaging artist, educator, and equestrian from Burlington, ON. He has been working with photography as a medium for many years, and holds an Honours Baccalaureate degree in the profession. Noah's work features an appreciation for emotional lighting, powerful colour palettes, and a lifelong love for animals and the outdoors. His largest interests lie in developing his own unique artistic practice, art education, and producing beautiful custom work for his clients. Noah specializes in equestrian themes, portraiture, and fine art style imagery.
TD Nature and Photography
Hi! I am born and raised on the prairies in Saskatchewan. My love for beautiful canola fields in my backyard is equal to my love for travel. Anywhere I go I’m sure to be dragging my camera with me. All of my greeting cards are memories from my adventures local and abroad!
Andrea Taylor is originally from Orillia, Ontario and graduated from Trent University with a degree in Cultural Studies. She has always been fascinated by the beauty of nature, especially the serene landscapes of Georgian Bay and Muskoka.
Andrea’s paintings are a blend of abstract and representational art, capturing the essence of the natural world in bold colour.
Leah Olsen-Kent Art
“Painting Nature Close-Up” An exploration of nature through detailed brushstrokes and a limited colour palette. Whether painting in my home studio in Cambridge, Ontario or my outdoor summer studio, I am always exploring the outdoors, looking for that close-up snapshot to paint, for that detailed moment frozen in time. My work is about capturing realism while exploring shadows and highlights in a minimal monochromatic palette. Numerous thin layers of oil paint are pushed around on the canvas, creating a softness, a feeling of serene.