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The Art Shop presents works from Renowned Local Artists
Acquire a piece of original art from the multitude of renowned local artists that include:
Paul Chester • Edwin Matthews • David Kerr • Kristina Billinger • Pam Buckler • David Hickey • Réné O’Connor • Sandra Sturley and more! Read about them below or contact us for more information.
Limited edition prints available!
A limited edition Giclee Print on canvas of “Blowing from the West” is now available exclusively at The Art Shop in Lakefield. We are honored to showcase the remainder of Edwin’s collection, which includes originals, artists’ proofs and limited edition prints.
David Ord Kerr Dip. R.A.S. has earned the reputation as one of the finest British bird painters – particularly of exotic birds. His ability to combine fine detail with wonderful vibrant colours makes his subjects really come alive. He has a large and growing following of collectors around the world.
As a child I would sit for hours looking through the Tom Thomson coffee table book in my parent’s living room. The iconic pieces that Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven painted in the early 20th century captured the Canadian landscape unlike any other artists before them. They still to this day remind me of the landscapes where we camped when I was young and where I’ve returned with my family to enjoy summer vacations. The Group of Seven and Tom Thomson have inspired many artists, including myself, who wish to capture Canada’s raw beauty in a bold, colourful and contemporary impressionistic style.
Pam Buckler needs to go no further than the Kawartha Lakes area to get inspiration for her artwork of lake scenes and local landmarks.
Painting in acrylics, but using the watercolour techniques on paper, Pam specializes in cottage/home renditions and takes commissions. She also likes to use pen and ink, then adding colour for some of her artwork and offers full classes in Peterborough.
Rene’s move to Peterborough County in 1985 prompted the work to shift in subject from urban to rural reflecting the weighty power of nature in line, shadow, and colour. Her COTTAGE LIVING series informs the viewer of the disappearing heritage of rural Ontario. Images of sun-bathed cottages and cedar-strip canoes amidst water lilies and vast open skies became her trademark.
Rene’s work is inspired by travel, but her heart is in the Kawarthas and this is reflected in her passionate pursuit daily. Fluidity and luminous colour are her trademarks.