You may notice the ever changing artwork decorating the halls at Pheasant Run. It’s always changing to showcase different local artists throughout the year. How do we find these artits? Pheasant Run has been partners with the Society of York Region Artists (SOYRA) for over 5 years now which helps source local artists from our very own neighbourhood. Next time you’re here be sure to check out the local artists we have on display. P.S. their artwork is for sale!
To read more about SOYRA and the amazing work that they do for our local artists click here
Naty Howard is a photodocumentary photographer, landscape painter, hope activist, and heart alchemist. She teaches tools for alignment with the inner space of Soul Creation such as yoga, meditation, shamanic rituals, live food nutrition as well as she guides liquid feasts and vision quests.
Hans Backer photographs a wide range of subjects that capture his interest. He has an eye for seeing everyday things in a unique perspective, eliciting a sense of peace and harmony in the world around him. He finds beauty in all he sees, whether grains of sand on a beach, a weathered old door, or the fresh bloom of a flower awaiting the promise of spring.
In the spring of 2016 our guests were able to enjoy the talents of Mahtab Abdollahi. Mahtab is a graduate with a bachelor of Arts in Fine Art and completed her Master of Arts in Illustrations from Fine Arts University. She studied Graphic Design in George Brown College. Mahtab teaches water colour, drawing and painting to adults and children.
Irina Grobman is an award winning artist currently residing in Richmond Hill, ON. Irina came to Canada from Ukraine in 1999, fell in love with the country and is very happy to call it home ever since. She holds a BA from Chernivtsy State University in Ukraine, Diploma in International Business Management from Seneca College as well as a certificate in painting from George Brown College.
Les Luxemburger titles himself as a visual artist, art educator, animator and designer. We hope you are able to come by and experience his wide array of paintings.
Kurt Brown from Two Tone Studios is the perfect example of local supporting locals – all of their materials are sourced from Toronto, Barrie and promotional products within Canada. Their images focus on capturing memories for future generations and are shot with a warm fun and relaxed attitude, bringing out the best in their subjects.
Kurt Brown – Photographer
Two Tone Studios web page