Here is the selection of my paintings offered on the Toronto Online Art Fair site.
I’m delighted to be juried into the Toronto Online Art Fair (TOAF). Typically running outdoors for three days at Toronto’s Nathan Philips Square, 2020’s show is online from July 2 to 12.
These paintings are created with oil and cold wax, which is an oil painting medium made with beeswax. It imparts body and translucency to the paint. Beeswax is a natural preservative, and cold wax paintings are as durable and stable as any other medium.
The paintings I am displaying on my TOAF page are available for purchase directly from me at any time.
As always, I am pleased to offer personal, hygienic, no‐charge delivery within a reasonable distance of the Greater Toronto Area. I also offer in‐home placement for trial periods, and I welcome potential clients in to my Toronto studio if they prefer an in‐person viewing of a piece first, in a friendly, well‐ventilated environment.
Prices indicated on my TOAF page include HST.
Please contact me, email@example.com, if you would like to arrange to purchase or view work, or if you would like more information about a particular piece or my process. And, as always, I happily accept commissions, and will paint a piece in the size to suit.
Please note that prices indicated on this page do not include HST. Please contact me to arrange viewing, purchase or payment options.
About the Artist
Award‐winning painter Laura Culic works in beeswax, dry pigments and oil paint.
Laura’s work is available directly from her studios in Toronto or Maynooth, Ontario, and is represented by galleries in Toronto and beyond. She also occasionally participates in a juried art fairs throughout southern Ontario.
Recent awards include Best in Show at the Ontario Society of Artist’s 139th Open Juried Exhibition and Best in Painting at the 51st Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition.
Many corporate, private and government collections have acquired pieces by Ms. Culic. An elected member of the Ontario Society of Artists, she is also a recipient of an Ontario Arts Council grant.
Laura’s evocative landscapes and abstracts are inspired by her love of the wild places and her commitment to environmental conservation.
Hastings County produced a small video featurette on my work and my gallery, and will give you an idea of my space and how I work.