Exhibitor List


Curious Bird Pottery

Curious Bird Pottery features Handmade Pottery, Ceramic Jewelry and Clocks that are functional, beautiful, and made to be used every day! I enjoy throwing bowls, mugs and vessels on the wheel while trays, clocks and jewelry are hand built and textured using found objects or hand carved linoplates. Contrasting intricate surface textures with clean forms create modern pieces that hint of traditions from the past.

Dale Evelyn Williams

Making art is always on my mind. I travel with a camera/sketchbook most of the time constantly banking images of what I want to create. I particularly love working with colour. I grew up in an era when most or all children were lead away from making their careers as artists. Times have changed. Though I have oil painted since I was ten years old, and am primarily self taught, I am now seeking additional direction and education in drawing and painting at the Avenue Road School of Art.

Dave Rheaume Artist

The cold, the dark, the snow_Reflections gleaned from childhood memories of growing up in Ottawa haunt the atmospheric paintings Dave Rheaume creates today. Art Noir meets Alex Colville with a distinct cinematic edge; each work a single moody frame, seemingly clipped from a filmstrip, hinting at before and after stories that this narrator/artist leaves open for thought — Araballa Magazine, Winter 2014

East Of York

You know them, you love them. Make sure to stop by to see what EOY has on the menu for us.


Goldiemilks is a tiny homemade brand that produces one of a kind garments, playthings, and accessories for wee babes and kids. For my line I use recycled, up-cycled, and up-styled textiles to create clothing that is both fashionable and functional. A big part of my process is mixing different textiles to create playful kids wear. All of the production takes place in my tiny East Toronto Basement where I take pride in creating fabulous, eco-conscious, kids things for you!

I.M. Wyred

I. M. Wyred, a collection of expertly knit wire bracelets, arm cuffs, necklaces and earrings in mixed metals and semi-precious stones. Founded by Irene McRae, the name is a combination of her name's initials and that all of designs are inspired by wire. Along with knitted jewellery, I. M. Wyred also designs an array of eco conscience necklaces and earrings using tagua seeds, acai seeds, wood and recycled newspaper. Each piece of jewellery is made by hand locally in Toronto.

Imam Azhari

Growing up in an artistic and military family in Indonesia, Imam learned at an early age how to balance discipline and creativity. In 2002 Imam moved to Toronto to pursue his career as an artist. With his cultural background, Imam developed an interested in creating illusion in his art, often combining humour, unusual objects and historical reference.

Ivan Schneider

It is my function as an artist to make the viewer see my way. My work is a birth of time and thought frozen on canvas. Manipulated from the original on-site sketches, into forms and colours that please. I feel art is not only for the eye; it is the result of an intellectual consideration. A painting is a painting. I do many paintings, leaving them for years and then discovering them and tearing out a form or colour combination which makes me excited. I'm not bound; I paint and enjoy the process.

JGT Original Artwork

My artwork is inspired by the mysterious wonders of the natural world and my childhood imagination. Live to Make Art / Make Art to Live.

Julie Glick

After I adopted my dog Micah in 2005, I decided to paint a series of works based on neighbourhood canines. That exhibition was so much fun and such a success that I thought I would be happy just painting dogs... Well it seems that the universe heard me; my commissioned pet paintings have been in demand ever since.

Much of my work could be considered functional pottery, but my intention is to create sculptures; works that often happen to be inspired by functional forms.

Julie Walsh Art

"I am influenced by my surroundings - by it's colour, texture and shift.  I view my world as the next painting or photo op. Always with a camera close by, the lens allows me to zoom in on the artistic side of the ordinary bringing images to life either through paint or print."

Julie is the resident artist and custom picture framer at The WorkShop Gallery in Toronto where her works are on display.  Her drawings, paintings, photography and commissions can be found in private collections in Toronto, Chicago, Sydney, San Diego, Vancouver, Ottawa, Goa, Mexico and London.

Jump Glass

Fused glass jewellery and accessories using colourful dichroic and/or art glass. I practice different types of layering and etching techniques,creating beautiful and unique wearable art. Each piece is handmade in my home studio.

Kaia’tanoron Dumoulin Bush

Kaia'tanoron is a Mohawk illustrator from Montreal currently studying Indigenous Visual Culture at Toronto's Ocad University

Previously, Kaia'tanoron has attended Dawson College receiving diplomas in both Fine Arts and Illustration & Design. Kaia'tanoron has also worked as a music educator with the Viva! Sistema program in Kahnawake, QC.

We are so excited to welcome Kaua'tanoron as a presenting artist in this years Youth Booth.


My work is a constant search for the best way to interpret the ideas that I have. I do not limit myself to one style, yearn or fashion trend. Inspiration and ideas change. Knowledge changes. Each piece that I create is a fusion of my past, where I come from and the future, where I am going to in pursuit of new creative ideas.

Kris Cvetkovic

My work is primarily abstract, and deals with concepts of cause and effect, whether on a macro or a micro level. I observe these patterns in nature and daily life, and then attempt to translate them onto a piece of canvas or paper. I create interwoven shapes either out of a multitude of vibrant colours, or one dominant colour, and then look for ways to merge them with other elements into cohesive patterns.

KWP Design

My sculpture explores the use and reuse of materials with previous lives and functions that are given a new life and form. Fragments of one world are brought into the next, in an effort to provoke thought, trigger memory and to connect past and present.

Laborde Jewelry

Laborde is a Toronto based creative jewellery label, founded in 2009. Drawing inspirations from the corners of the globe where the ancient world meets the industrial revolution.

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