Canada geese live in the shadow of Toronto’s condo towers and at the edge of busy roads—yet they seem to inhabit an entirely different world Living in a condo in downtown Toronto, I enjoy taking the Queen streetcar to High Park and biking along the lakeshore on warm days. The possibility of seeing and sketching Canada geese is an ordinary […]
Rosalie Lam’s FU series was selected as part of the Ontario Society of Artists 142 Annual Open Juried Exhibition. Juried by Jordana Franklin, Lila Lewis Irving, and George Langbroek, the show runs from April 7 to May 1, 2015 at the John B. Aird Gallery. The opening reception is on April 9, 6-8 pm.
Rosalie Lam was taking an art course given by Martha Johnson on the Grand Manan Island. She saw these logs which are used as stakes in a herring weir and thought that they looked like pencils. Now, huge pencils are part of the fishing scene. View the images As part of the city Street Art program, Rosalie lam was commissioned […]
Drawing & sketching class for children for July, 2012 Afternoon sessions, Monday to Friday. Children can take 1 to 3 sessions per week at any chosen days. Location: 100 Bain Avenue, unit 56 Oak, Toronto M4K 1E8 Small class of 3 to 5 children. $20 per session – 1 to 2:30pm for 5 and 6 year old – 3 to 4:30pm for 7 […]
Previews of the exhibition were held at: Nuit Blanche 2011 Insomnia at Red Head Gallery 401 Richmond West, Toronto, Ontario Launch Gallery at the Toronto School of Art 410 Adelaide St. West, Toronto, Ontario Little Art Show at the Artists’ Network 756 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario