We’re keeping cool in the studio, making art this summer. We’ve been working one on one, with mother-daughter pairs, with three generations of women, with groups of friends, and with our member artists to make every workshop meet individual needs. We’ve got a spot for you, too.
Here’s Suzy, who used her time in the studio to re-visit her trips to Cape Cod. This is what she has to say:
“My experience at Karma Creative was awesome! I was looking for a creative and artful way to work with my photography and that’s exactly what I got. Through individualized instruction and a custom series of workshops in encaustic painting and resin techniques, Karen and Maggie helped me see beyond my normal photographic eye, integrate colour and interesting materials and make my photographs come to life in whole new ways. I’m looking at my photography in a whole new light and can’t wait to create with these techniques again soon! “
Karma Creative member artists are “hanging together” at Sunderland Hall in June. Drop in for the opening reception on Tuesday June 7 from 7 to 9 pm, 175 St Clair Ave W, Toronto.
See our complete catalog.
Karma Creative members artists (Maggie Doswell, John Nussbaum, and Moira McElhinney) and North Toronto Group of Artists (Maggie, John, Moira, and Sonya Davidson) are featured in the new issue of North Toronto Today. Participate in the vibrant North Toronto art community: Come make art with us at Karma Creative art studio.
Victoria Wallace shares secrets of acrylic mediums
How did she do that?
Discover the secrets of acrylic mediums in 3 workshop series led by Karma Creative member artist Victoria Wallace at the studio. The first, two-part series focuses on dry ground media that lets you enrich your acrylic work with by preparing unusual backgrounds and adding pencil, charcoal, pastel, pencil crayon, and other dry media. Join us at the studio January 27 and February 4 from 1 – 4 for the first of the series of workshops ($55/day or $99 both days, plus HST). Supports and other materials will be provided so that you can explore the techniques and leave the workshop with a finished piece of work. For more information check the flyer and contact us to register.
Karma Creative member artists Maggie Doswell and Susan Gosevitz, along with painter Mina Amini are showing at the Karma Creative studio as part of the NYVA Studio Tour.
Come by to see their work Saturday and Sunday September 25 & 26 and October 2 & 3 11am – 6pm.
The studio address is 485 Lawrence Avenue West, Toronto
Karma Creative’s Maggie Doswell is now showing at
Sunderland Hall, First Unitarian Church
175 St. Clair Avenue W.
Toronto ON M4V 1P7
416-924-9654 Fax: 416-924-9655
General Email: Administrator@firstunitariantoronto.org
Opening is Sunday May 16th, 2010, 12 noon to 2 p.m. All are welcome to attend.
Work is hanging for the month of May 2010. If you wish to see the work at times other than the opening, please phone the administrator – contact information above.