Touring the City with Harold Braul

If you love the city life, then you're sure to love the work of Harold Braul.  His Commuter Series works capture familiar moments of urban living, wonderfully complemented by his other series which include cyclists, chefs, market scenes, birds, and more! We're happy to announce that we've just received two more stunning works by Harold, and they're right here in the gallery!
Peloton Series
Peloton Series, 30x60", Oil on Canvas
Coffee Shop
Coffee Shop,  30x24" , Oil on Canvas

Roaming Rainfall

With the humidity over 70%, it sure looks like we're in for some rain tonight! Hopefully the temperatures will drop a bit too, bringing a little relief from the heat of the last few days.  If you plan to spend this long weekend outside, it might be wise to keep an umbrella handy!
Jacky MacDonald After The Ritz Oil on Canvas 36x60"
Jacky MacDonald
After The Ritz
Oil on Canvas
36x60"

It is Hot Hot Hot in the City!

With things expected to heat up this week, and a humidex warning of up to 40C today, it looks like a great week to stay indoors where it's cooler!  With our lovely air conditioned 5000 square foot gallery space, we are a great place to get out of the heat and see some amazing artwork. Today we have  some great urban scenes by Harold Braul - beat the heat by seeing these stunning new paintings in person!

Building Some Atmosphere

While we might be getting a little rain today, just think of how it'll help all those gardens grow! It also adds a lovely sense of atmosphere in the big city, washing the streets and bringing a sense of renewal.  Harold Braul captures city rain magnificently in his Commuter series of work, and we always look forward to getting more of his paintings in the gallery:

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Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow?

Happy Monday everyone!  While the weather may have cooled down, and some areas got a little bit of surprise snow this morning, it's still a great day out there - just put on a sweater and get out there to enjoy it!

Sun After Snow on Yonge and Dundas by Catherine Jeffrey

Uptown, Downtown

Today we have a fantastic new collection of paintings by Harold Braul! For all the urbanites out there, these pieces are for you!  They are the perfect statement piece condos, apartments, and city homes.  Show your love of city life and bring home a Braul!

Rain, Rain, and More Rain

Well, it's been a very wet and chilly week, but mother nature is just doing some spring cleaning of her own.  With everything glistening in the rain so nicely, we have some stunning new work by Catherine Jeffery who captures the atmosphere of a cloudy city day perfectly!

April’s Showers Now In May!

While the seasons may seem a little shifted, it's still great to see all the spring rain coming to help get all those lovely spring and summer flowers started, as well as waking up the trees from their long winter slumber.  Stay dry out there!

City Life with Harold Braul

Today we have a great new collection of works by Harold Braul! Familiar scenes and settings for all the urbanites out there, with a few of his stunning birds to add a vibrant splash of spring-like colour and brighten your day.

Easter Is Almost Here!

Whether you're dying Easter eggs today or enjoying some of your favourite matzah recipes, have a fantastic day! We're hoping the good weather will hold up for the whole weekend, so keep your fingers crossed!
Christian Bergeron - Springtime in Vancouver

A Rainy Day in Paris

If you're looking to add some stunning atmosphere to you room, we have an amazing new collection of works by Aleksandra!  With her warm, rich colors and wonderful scenes, her paintings will take you to fond memories of long walks home after the movies, or pleasant strolls in the spring rain.

The Streets of Paris

If you enjoy travelling, and have had a chance to visit Paris, then these new paintings by Michael Rozenvain are sure to bring back memories.  Depicting cobblestone streets lined with small cafes these lovely new pieces are the perfect memento of travels past, or inspiration for journeys yet to come.