At the Mill there are a number of artists who work both in conventional and out-of-the-ordinary media such as digital art, photography, wood, and mixed-media.
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Halton Wood Carvers - Other Media
Halton Wood Carvers is a group of artists dedicated to realizing the full potential of carving in wood. Our fully equipped studio allows us to practice new and old techniques and share our collective knowledge and experience.
Tony Lolic - Other Media
Tony's major interest lies in the restoration and conservation of 18th and 19th century English and French caned furniture. He continues to consider himself a "professional student" spending time researching, rediscovering, documenting and photographing age-old weave techniques. His work ranges from simple Canadian pieces to elaborate Louis IVX headboards and footboards.
Manny Martins - Other Media
There are many things I consider when capturing fine art images. The elements of light, colour, lines, texture and subject all play an intricate part in creating compositions that are visually stimulating. In my pursuit, I consciously aim to approach and connect with the subject to embody a uniquely personal artistic perspective and inner philosophical value. I am please to offer my Art pieces in Archival grade quality.
Peter Perko - Other Media
Through his company Eye Cue Design, Peter offers a range of creative services including graphic and web design, digital imaging and creative concept development.
Peter's work has earned awards and acclaim. Three of his posters were shown in a retrospective exhibition featuring some of Toronto's best poster design.
Sheri Tenaglia - Other Media
Sheri's work is a dramatic exploration of light on colour, and the interplay of light and shadow - pushing colour to the extreme. While most recognized for her pastel work, she has explored several mediums including encaustic and mixed media. She is intrigued by the textures, patterns, colours and shapes found in nature, and her pieces often include elements from the natural world.
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