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2017 Fairfield Artists Studio Tour (FAST)
Saturday, May 6, 2017 &
Sunday, May 7, 2017
11am - 4pm

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2017 Participating Artists
Group Location -- Be sure to include in your tour a stop at the Garry Oak Room, 1335 Thurlow Road,
where several FAST artists will exhibit their work as a group.

The FAST brochure will be uploaded early March.

Aura Arindam

1948 Richardson Street

Beautiful new impressionistic seascape and landscape original acrylic paintings in various sizes at affordable prices. Be inspired by nature’s glorious colours!

Linda Rajotte

1345 Manor Road
I weave, texture and form silver to create wearable art. My mathematical background influences my designs, which are inspired by the symmetry and balance of nature.

Robert Ives

#8-320 Beechwood Avenue

Roberts charming home studio has always been our favorite!

Louise Monfette

181 Joseph Street

Acrylic and Mixed Media Paintings. Sculptures in Hydroston and Clay.

Jonathan Gleed

209 Linden Avenue
Jonathan, an urban landscape painter whose focus is to highlight what is striking or inspiring about everyday modern life.

Annie Nazarian

5-1727 Fairfield Road
My world is a kaleidoscope of colours. Little bits of joy, silly, soft, and whimsical, made with love to make you smile. Welcome.

Patti Bey

The Garry Oak Room
1335 Thurlow Road
Wheelchair accessableGroup location
Patti’s love of painting is expressed in detailed water colors and bold acrylics that express inspirational images revealing the wonder of God’s creation.


Laine Canivet

35 Moss Street

Colourful, creative and whimsical. Laine uses fabric, fibre, beads and photos in her appealing art. Hand dyed silk scarves, journals, bookmarks and cards too.

Kathy Dufour

1035 Sutlej Street

Animals, people and our surroundings are deeply beautiful and fascinating in their infinite forms and colours. I want to convey this love through acrylics and glass.

Valerie Wells

1035 Sutlej Street

Wheelchair accessable

Allowing art to flow from the heart, Valerie creates colourful, abstract acrylics and photography.

Barbara Weaver-Bosson

347 Windermere Place
(at Masters Road)
For over 29 years, Weaver-Bosson has been painting Victoria rooftop views, harbours, and seaside neighbourhoods. Visit Barbara's 5 room studio and enjoy original paintings, art prints and cards.

Victor Bosson

347 Windermere Place
(at Masters Road)
Visit Bosson's sunny digital painting studio. Enjoy Victor's humour, satire and vivid imagery expressed through his unique digital montages, art prints and art cards.

Wayne Anaka

25 Marlborough Street

Bringing out the hidden spirits in wood, turned or carved, rewards us all with the inner beauties that mysteriously appear in our creations.


Mary Kenderline

7-919 Pemberton Road
Wheelchair accessable

My preferred medium are pastel and oil. Drawing inspiration from nature, I apply realism to portray its varied and natural beauty.


Nancy Dolan

1133 Hilda Street

Nancy is long time resident of Fairfield and a talented photographer, mixed media artist and instructor. She paints intuitively and has developed her own unique style.

Maery Callaghan

The Garry Oak Room
1335 Thurlow Road
Wheelchair accessableGroup location
I explore colour, texture & the human figure in one-of-a-kind handbuilt ceramic pieces that satisfy the sense of touch as well as sight!

Heather Keenan

1825 Lillian Road

Wheelchair accessable
My work is a narrative on imagined places of gathering; stations, streets and landscapes. The figures are at a nexus point, either beginning or ending their journey.

Galen Davison

365B Foul Bay Road

“Exceptionally high quality work both in terms of craftsmanship and distinctive vocabulary.” Mixed media paintings represented by distinguished Canadian galleries.

Linda Skalenda

1035 Sutlej Street
Wheelchair accessable
Linda is primarily a landscape painter, with a focus on painting the scene in dramatic passionate colour.

Charlotte Bell

1545 Richardson Street

Using observation and imagination I reflect nature, cities, and social justice, both in my own work and in community engagement.

Monique Genton

1947 Brighton Avenue
(entrance on Redfern side of the house)
Abstract elements of natural and urban environments--apartments, parking lots, grass. Acrylic and print media in large grid formations. Emily Carr Grad.

Wendy Oppelt

847 Maddison Street

This year I’m back in my own home displaying my latest series and demonstrating how to build textures with acrylic medium. See you Sunday, May 7!

Samantha Dickie

1628 Ross Street

Abstract ceramic sculptural installations that create visual narratives exploring philosophy, identity and neuroscience, using simple organic forms and raw surfaces.

Natalie Brake

1448 Fairfield Road
Wheelchair accessable
Inspired by the energies of nature, my abstract work is an expression of vibrancy, beauty and sometimes, even decay. I currently use resin and acrylics.

David Good

960 Terrace Avenue
Wheelchair accessable
As a plein air painter, I find great inspiration in what I see in nature. My paintings reflect what I see and how I feel with the hope of engaging the viewer.

Amy Frank

Bsmt. 312 Chester Avenue
Amy’s art evolved out of her journey with bipolar disorder and has blossomed into an evocative stylized perspective of the world.
2017 Community Partners
A special thank you to our FAST community partners.
Fairfield Community Place
Thank you for your continued support!

2017 Sponsors

A big thank you to the following organizations for their generous support.

We are grateful for their contibution to help make the Tour a success!



Last updated: April 1, 2017