Originally from Kreala, India, Asha is currently living in Brampton, Ontario. Working as a software engineer in the banking sector, she has always had a passion for creating art. Asha primarily works in pencil and has recently taken up acrylic painting. She is married to her husband Nidhish and has a son, Viaan.
Lorne was born and raised in Dundas Ontario where as a small boy he developed a love for art. Encourage by his Grandfather as a means of combating night terrors Lorne’s passion flourished until the untimely death of his beloved mentor (Grandfather) at age ten.
Forty plus years passed in which Lorne's artistic talents lay dormant and untapped. With the support and encouragement from the leadership of an art program offered by Regeneration Community Outreach (Brampton Ontario) a spark reignited a once dormant flame and Lorne's artistic passion once more began to flourish.
Using a combination of acrylic paint, paint markers and permanent markers on a variety of mediums from paper, to canvas, metal and glass. This self-taught artist has developed a unique blend of traditional Celtic sty-lings, modern-art and graffiti-techniques... A style he refers to as Celtic Fusion.
Biola is new to Canada and has already embraced the arts and culture life in Peel. His modern art studies of persons is truly imaginative as he brings to life his subjects not only through colour but through texture as well. His massive portraits are impressive.
Being an artist imbued with interpersonal skills, Biola is hardworking, effective, efficient, committed and dedicated with distinct talents as creative thinker. His passion lies in being creative and achieving his desired goals or designs in sculpting and painting. Biola’s creativity is brought about the brain behind a technique called “OPO”, meaning Pillar in the Yoruba dialect of South Western Nigeria. You can follow Biola on Instagram at abiolaidowuart.
Jasmin Pannu is a self-taught multi-disciplinary artist who creates visual stimuli through her works in illustrations, mural paintings, body art and custom artworks. Her 'Wildlife Collection' features awe-inspiring animals depicted with ink and acrylic patterns inspired by African and Indian cultures. Each piece in the series is hyper-detailed by hand over the course of 10-30 hours. The resulting artwork is an animal that is symbolic of the values, core characteristics and positive energy that it brings to its space. Through the Wildlife Collection, Jasmin hopes to evoke themes of connectivity, an emotional affinity towards nature and personal power. Having sold over 200 prints worldwide from the collection, Jasmin has been recognized as a Featured Artist by the likes of Sharpie, HuffPost Arts, Inkbox and The Living Arts Centre. Her art continues to be commissioned for local events like the recent festival, Taste of Danforth, and exhibits in galleries across Canada.