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Stefan Sunandan Honisch

I hold a PhD in Education from the University of British Columbia, and undergraduate and Masters degrees in Piano and Composition from the University of Victoria and University of British Columbia. As a disabled scholar, educator, and musician, my work engages performance and reception as relational encounters that offer educative possibilities and limits for challenging […]

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Holly Winters

Holly Winters was born in 1964 (and raised) in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. She studied fine art at Mount Allison University, Sackville New Brunswick and received her degree in 1987. Her major was in painting. Following graduation, Holly moved to Toronto and lived there for three years exploring abstract intuitive art. She decided to move to […]

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Jessica Bailuk

I have been painting since I was 18 however really got into it more using Acrylics around 2007. I do various paintings from Still Life, Animals,etc. Looking to get into scenery. My most proudest painting is Starry Night I did at an art show.

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Matteo Esposito

Matteo Esposito has been wanting to write, produce and direct a play all his life…and he finally got his chance. His first play, will you be my valentine, got published in a high school magazine called Literary halton teens. He then staged it at two places in halton with his own theatre group Take Flight […]

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Howard Naylor

Hello I’m Howard Naylor and I was born with congenital deformity to my hands and foot. I’ve learned to play piano well enough using a songwriter keyboard that has allowed me to write songs. I received a grant from Canada council for the arts for people with disabilities and I just finished my CD “Possibilities” […]

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Laurie Landry

I have been profoundly deaf since birth. In order to understand what is being said, I read lips, and I often miss important details, despite the fact that I wear a hearing aid. I compensate this by looking for visual clues such as body language, facial expressions and context. I have incorporated my experience of […]

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Rose L. Williams

Quebec raised, bilingual, Trinidadian-Canadian, Rose L. Williams critically investigates interstices between creative activity, trauma, transformation and aesthetics. Williams is a Canada Council Award recipient, Graduate of Emily Carr University, Certified Expressive Arts therapist, and member of the Art Society of Trinidad & Tobago. Williams layers watercolour, ink & acrylics with oil paint. These mixed media […]

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Cherie Crocker

Throughout my life I have tried to emulate a holistic lifestyle. One that does not harm the environment but honours the resources of our land. Sometimes I expressed this through a vegan diet, due to my distaste for factory farming processes, but eventually I began to eat animal products again. When I did so I […]

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Natalia Bogolepova

I started artist’s biography with a drawing-book in the school. Later I tried to paint by watercolors and oil in several studios in different periods of my life where there was very creative atmosphere but significant part of my life I devoted to medicine as a science. In the after 50 age I immigrated to […]