Wayne Murphy

Wayne Murphy

Little statues in clay – small vignettes that can sit on the corner of a desk and tinier pieces that can hang as ornaments. Work that can be viewed from many perspectives yet doesn’t require much interpretation. Just moments of shared experience, sometimes...
Noriko Yamamoto

Noriko Yamamoto

Noriko’s visual art has been greatly influenced by her worldwide performance career as a mime, clown, dancer, choreographer, and Silent Storyteller. Texture-rich sculptures and multi-media paintings in a state of ‘motion in stillness’ predominate her work....
John de Lang

John de Lang

John transformed his love of bird watching into the art of bird carving, studying with master carvers and attending international workshops. Using Tupelo wood from the Everglades, John roughs out the contours of the piece, fine-tunes it with a grinding tool, burns the...
Zsuzsa Monostory

Zsuzsa Monostory

I was born and raised in Hungary, received my diploma in biology at ELTE University in Budapest. I came to Canada with my family in 1989, and worked in the Mount Sinai Hospital Research Institute until my new passion took over biology. I am a self taught fulltime...