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The Philippine Artists Group of CanadaPAG Invitation 2019 FINAL 00000002

Exhibition Duration:  June 25 to July 21, 2019

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 27, 6 p.m.- 9:30 p.m.

The Philippine Artists Group presents approximately 60 new paintings in its Exhibit for 2019, the Group’s 31st year of existence.
Many of the participating members have been painting longer than 31 years. Founder Romi Mananquil was an art professor in the Philippines before migrating to Canada and founding PAG. With co-members Frank Tonido and Frank Cruzet, they have more than 100 years of painting expertise.
They and other PAG participating artists, many with decades of expertise themselves, will present artworks featuring portraits, landscapes, cityscapes, beach scenes, still lifes, and abstracts. Media used include watercolours, oil, and acrylics.
New this year is an auction to be held on June 27, 6 PM, during the Grand Opening, where approximately 20 paintings will be sold to the highest bidder. Website


Open Air Exhibition
Various Artists presented by Neilson Park Creative Centre with our community partner, Friends of Centennial Park Conservatory 

Exhibition Duration:  June 25 to July 21, 2019

Closing Reception and People's Choice Award Thursday, July 18 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Our Open Air Exhibition focuses on the outdoors and our natural landscapes.

Participating artists: Gina Alpous, Jim Alpous, Karen L. Bowen, Diane Cassman, Cherie Daly, Natasha de Roos, Carol Essex, Janet Hendershot, June Hoffland, Jacintha Krish, John Ming Mark, Eileen Menzel, Nancy Moniz, Franca Montalbetti, Rosemarie Nicolucci, Marg O'Flanagan-Byerley, Alexandra Parsons, Rekha Pevekar, Eleanor Reed, Diane Royce, Rena Sava, Quan Steele, Brenda Sturino, Edith Young, Sonya Young, and Steven Zaidor




Little RemindersKal Honey
Modestly Scaled Originals and Prints
Kal Honey

Exhibition Duration:  May 21 to June 28, 2019


My art is comprised primarily of painting, with some cross-training in both collage and graphics. A previous design career strongly informs my artistic practice: text and typography, structure, colour, hierarchy. I am particularly enamoured with the bold, direct language and visuals of advertising, signage, graffiti and memes — and, whether written myself or appropriated and re-contextualized, I love exploring the interplay of messages with their visual expression.

Themes of current interest are creativity and freedom and impediments to same: both internal, including blocks, depression and limiting beliefs – and external, such as rules, restrictions and societal expectations.

I am keen to further explore various messages, modes and degrees of communication… and with luck, do it with some wit, beauty and insight — not to mention a metric tonne of visual impact. Website



Vivian Wong

Exhibition Duration: May 6 to July 7, 2019Vivian Wong OFG IMG 5326


This microcosmic landscape contains invasive plants that have overtaken the native ecosystem of Toronto/Tkaronto. A whirlwind of ghost butterflies fills this habitat, created around the remains of a Monarch butterfly found on the grille of a car on a city street. It suggests that butterfly migration in a changed environment is a narrative of displacement and loss.

Vivian Wong is a Toronto-based artist, arts educator and workshop facilitator. In her public art practice, she focuses on process and engagement through participatory art, using sustainable and upcycled materials and a mix of found and natural objects. Vivian has animated spaces like Nuit Blanche Toronto, Evergreen Brick Works, and the Gardiner Museum with interactive and ephemeral installations and community art.

For more information click @blackboughstudio


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