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Fernando Freitas The Director and Senior Instructor at the Academy of Realist Art, Fernando Freitas has close to 20 years of teaching experience. He also conducts drawing and painting workshops throughout North America and Europe, as well as working on portrait  commissions. Most recently, his work can be seen on the hit NBC show Hannibal. Fernando has produced two highly  regarded instructional DVDs:  Drawing the Figure, and The Bargue Drawing Companion. Kim-Lee Kho A visual artist, instructor, speaker, juror, consultant, occasional writer, and frustrated wanderer whose work is informed by her previous career as a graphic designer/art director.  With roots in drawing and painting, Kho is a multidisciplinary  artist interested in themes of confinement, identity, vulnerability, settled vs. nomadic life, pilgrimage and shelter.  Whether working in photo-based sculpture, acrylic skins, digital mixed media or upholstered forms, she works with a painterly eye, while looking for surprising pairings of form and idea and never taking materials for granted.    Bonnie Steinburg A practicing artist and a popular art teacher. She currently  teaches two courses at Dundas Valley School of Art: Colour  Theory, it’s Interpretation and Design. Her other course  emphasises architectural elements and their incorporation into city and rural landscape. Transparent watercolour is Bonnie’s  medium of choice.
Awards Gold - Angela Hennessy Silver - Jay McCarten Bronze - Theresa Wyatt Mayor’s Choice - Theresa Wyatt People’s Choice - Voting continues until show closing on April 23rd 2017!
Category Awards People / Figures - Linda Shaw Land/Sea/Cityscape - Jim McCartan Wildlife / Animals / Birds - Rita Naras Still Life / Flowers - Bob Thackeray Derivative Abstract - Loretta Kaltenhauser Sculpture / 3Dimensional - Stewart Blower Youth - Callum Donavan-Grujcich Celebrating Oshawa - George Marlow Canada’s 150th Anniversary - Sandra Mackenzie
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