Participating Artists

  • Paulina Erchova

    amaranthine Watercolour, pencil crayon, and ink pen on watercolour paper, 2016 Amaranthine focuses on a spiritual or mental place rather than a physical location. Amaranthine visual represents the realization of interconnectivity between humans and the universe. We are not only physical beings; we are the flowers and the earth and we are the stars and the […]

  • Nanika Easy

    I Felt Hopeless, Now I Have Found Hope Paper Mache, acrylic, a book as a base and ribbons to hold it up, 2016 Once there was a man with a cast on his leg due to injuries caused by a car accident. Without his ability to walk, he was unable to do the things that made […]

  • Kelly Clark

    Past The Peak Photography, 2015 In this photo the element of line is my chosen and most clear compositional strategy. By using the buildings to not only frame but also create leading lines throughout, there is no one spot a viewer’s eye may not reach. The entire shot creates a very active atmosphere, and with different […]

  • Heena Chudasama

    #befree Photography, 2016 Fascinators have been associated with headgear in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Its purpose is to “fascinate” a personal charm. For my Walk the Art submission, I decided to create a magazine spread that depicts the theme of place in reference to one’s emotional well-being in society. The idea of my piece […]

  • Rachel Chau

    The Library Photography, 2016 A place can be a geographic location, however its meaning goes beyond that. The identity a place possesses can also be defined by the people who go there. The library is familiar to most students. I used to love going to the library, because it always had all kinds of books for […]

  • Cawthra Park Students

    The View from the South, the View from the North Fabric, Thread, 2016 On a YMCA Youth Exchanges Program, students from Cawthra Park Secondary School and Riverside Public School visited John Arualukjuak High School in Arviat, Nunavut. A month later, students from Nunavut visited with the students in Peel. Before travelling, each student made a stitched […]

  • Emma Bradley

    Evolution Discarded Electronics, 2016 Using a life-size installation, I analyzed the theme of “place” with an historical and social lens, aspiring to address humanity’s place in time, and where we are headed in the future. In today’s society we are infatuated with technology. It holds our attention captive, no matter how old we are. The TV […]

  • Manroop Bhogal

    Downfall Mixed Media, 2016 I intended to create my piece in order to make the viewer aware of the mass destruction of nature that humans have caused in the name of industrial production. I decided to create a piece where the natural components are contained in a glass vase, while metals and man-made industrial parts are […]

  • Juman Barazi

    Power Relationships Acrylic, 2016 The title of my art piece is “Helpless”. I feel as though this title captures the tense and powerful mood of my painting. It is also meant to expose the idea behind this piece, which is the devastation in Syria in light of recent events concerning Syrian refugees. The figure in this […]

  • Sasha Bahadur

    The Ugly Truth Hidden Behind Beautiful Lies Acrylic Paint on Boards, 2016 The art piece I have created displays a man sitting on a piece of land overlooking his hometown. He is in a state of meditation reflecting on our global environment. Our world is developing more and more every day for the better. even if […]