Dianna and John's passion for art is palpable the moment you walk through their door. A small Fothergill framed in gold greets you at the doorway, a striking grouping of framed Dorion Scott paintings line the stairway walls, while a vista of the living room reveals a number of dramatic oil paintings.
For over a decade, Judith has been collecting small to medium sized works from Art Interiors. Each year, she treats herself to an original work of art, falling in love with it in the gallery, and then finding a home for it in her apartment.
Stephanie Cormier works in a variety of mediums, often employing found or discarded materials, and resulting in abstract forms. This resourcefulness extends to her environment as well; a main space in her home functions as part living room, part studio and part daughter's playroom/studio.
The artwork in Cari and Cory's home stands out against neutral wall colours and a polished interior. Large contemporary works, like a Dean West photograph in the kitchen, and an abstract work by Trevor Craig McDonnell in the living room, become focal points in major living spaces.