On-Line Show!

The Manotick Art Association is excited to offer you an on-line edition of our popular “Inspirations” Art Show and Sale.  Even though our physical Spring and Fall Shows were not possible this year, our artists just keep on creating!   We hope you enjoy browsing through this collection of original works by talented local artists.

To see each artist’s “booth”, click on the artist’s name or image. Click on any image in the gallery to see it full screen.  At the bottom of the full screen image, click on “i” for title, size, price and other details.

Click here for information on how to purchase a piece of the artwork in this show.

Margaret Chwialkowska

Ottawa Region inspired oil paintings distinguished by vibrant colours and dramatic textures

Jaynie Coulterman

Abstracted rural scenery and natural landscapes in bold colour

John Craig

Local wildlife and nature photography, bring nature into your home.

Signhild Damus

Memories of exotic places

Louise Dubois

The beauty of nature in its many forms, from living creatures to remote mountain tops, depicted in pastel and watercolour

Karen Dyrda

Canadian oil landscape artist

Caroline Evans

Drawing on the wisdom of our earliest ancestors

Thomas Greene

Expressionist abstracts that use pools and strings of color to stimulate the emotions.

Ann Sutherland Gruchy

Working in different mediums and with favourite subjects, Ann experiments, trying to feature texture, light and colour

Denise Guillemette

Vibrant and colourful with a touch of impressionism

Edie Hebert

Edie works primarily in acrylics and colored pencil

Sheila King

Colour and I are one, giving me energetic bursts to paint

Douglas Laing (in memoriam)

A naturalist at heart, Douglas loved autumn best of all the seasons, be it on the African savannah, the cold waters of the West coast, wilderness Ontario, or here at home in Manotick

Sarah Laplante

In a world of abstract, I invite viewers to use their creative perception to explore color and texture with vivid imagination

Rachel MacDonald

Having grown up in the country ,I continue to marvel at the beauty around us, in particular floral beauty. My images capture the great variety of floral beauty that surrounds us.

Susan Moxley

As a gardener I am constantly reminded of the amazing beauty and symmetry of flowers, as an artist the challenge is to do justice to them

Andrea Oatway

My painting reflects my love for colouring outside the lines!

Bonnie-Dee Racette

Paints mainly flowers, primarily in oils, but occasionally in acrylics.

Donald Rodd

I paint landscapes, still lifes, seascapes in oil and acrylic

Soraya Silvestri

Soraya looks to nature to supply mood and evoke a sense of wonder and awe which she then translates to an abstract pattern and composition in a unique and delicate way.

Kirsty Topps

Creative illustrated adventures in Watercolour and Ink

Ruth Wallace

Semi-abstract images of natural forms/landscapes

Giedre Abromaitis

Celebrating Ontario's beautiful parks

Sandy Armstrong

Realistic and whimsical landscapes and florals.  Loves strong colours.

Ted Burnside

Animals and rural scenes in watercolour and acrylic

Danielle Caron

The world can be so welcoming, together we can make it incredible... Let's keep working on it

Christine Cashman

Watercolour has always been my preferred medium and it allows me to experiment