The Passing of Anne Dalton, OSA Member

We regretfully announce the passing of Anne Dalton. Anne loved perusing art museums, art galleries and live performances on a regular basis. Her taste in music was eclectic, which included soft jazz, classical and, more recently, the Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi, whom she discovered in Vancouver during one of his live performances. Anne played competitive tennis for 25 years at Kew Gardens Tennis Club and the Mayfair Club in Toronto. She enjoyed a good glass of Pinot Noir once in a while dining with friends and family. Cooking healthy food and keeping fit was always a priority as were her two furry felines. We are honoured to have had Anne as part of the OSA membership. We wish her family and friends our deepest condolences.

Janet Hendershot at Latitude 44

“Forest Surround”, acrylic and polymers on canvas, 38″ x 28″

Latitude 44 in the Junction, Toronto is hosting a series of paintings by Janet Hendershot. ‘Reds” was on exhibit during December and January, “Greens” is now being shown.  One of the paintings is “Forest Surround”, acrylic and polymers on canvas, 38″ x 28″. Please check the  website for hours and address.

“Tarot Interpreted” is an exhibition of paintings by Janet Hendershot

“Tarot Interpreted” is an exhibition of paintings by Janet Hendershot. The 5-year endeavour based on the Tarot card deck Major Arcana, included reading, pondering and interpreting with the a result of 22 paintings and 22 drawings. The exhibition is hosted at the Arts & Letters CLub,Toronto with a Public Opening April 10, 1 to 4 p.m.. Please see the attached invitation and I look forward to seeing you there. I am happy to meet people at the Club and view it together. Just contact me.

‘The Judgement (United)” coloured pencil, 4″x4″

The Passing of Brigitte Schreyer, OSA Life Member


We regretfully announce the passing of Brigitte Schreyer. Artist, adventurer, actress, hairdresser, wife, and mother. Brigitte passed away peacefully in her home with her husband Klaus, and her two children, Carmen and Derek, by her side; Fred Astaire singing softly in the background. We are honoured to have had Brigitte as part of the OSA membership since 1990. We wish her family, friends and colleagues our deepest condolences.

The Passing of Canadian Artist, John Stuart Pryce, OSA


We regret to announce the passing of John Stuart Pryce. John was a long time OSA member, wonderful painter, teacher, and friend to many. Being a landscape painter, he took great pleasure helping to organize the OSA trips to Killarney each year. We are proud to have had John as part of the Ontario Society of Artists. We wish his family, friends, and colleagues our sincerest condolences.

The Passing of OSA Member, Krystyna Cseh

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Krystyna Cseh, a life member of the OSA. Krystyna was an artist, teacher, an environmentalist, traveler and free spirit. We are proud to have had Krystyna as a part of our membership for so many years. We wish her sister, Eva Kolacz, and her entire family, friends, and colleagues our deepest condolences.

Krystyna Cseh (née Brudek)
January 6, 1950 – December 3, 2021
Artist, member of Ontario Society of Artists, teacher, environmentalist, traveler and free spirit.

For Krystyna:

Holding a plush blue bear, she sings a lullaby
“I had known you,” her eyes say
The white camellia in her dark hair
like a silent spell, breathing.
The glimmer of sunshine has flown toward her
like a dragonfly landing on her skirt,
she tries to pick it up
on her way to the sky…

Eva Kolacz

You will always be in our hearts mom, grandmother, sister and aunt.

The Passing of Canadian Artist Mary Wright, OSA

Mary Wright, great Canadian Artist and member of the Ontario Society of Artists since 1989, passed away on December 19, 2021. It is with heavy hearts that we say farewell and thank you. Here we have included the obituary honouring her memory. We are proud to have had Mary as a member of our society for so many years. We wish her friends, colleagues, and family our sincere condolences.

Sally Martin Exhibitions

Good news for Gallery owners, artists and art lovers

Still keeping to essential covid protocols for the time being, we can now view work up close and personal in a number of galleries.  For example, from September 1 to 25 my work, along with work by seven other watercolour and alcohol ink artists, will be hanging at the 

Twist Gallery
1100 Queen Street in Toronto

as part of their Liquid Summer 2021 Exhibition.

Gallery hours Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 6 pm.

Also, from September 8 to 26, one of my paintings will be hanging at 

The Gallery in Neilson Park Creative Centre in Etobicoke

as part of the Ontario Society of Artists Members’ Exhibition of Selected Works. It’s a wonderful, large diverse selection of original art in all media—well worth seeing. 

Gallery hours Monday through Sunday 9:30am to 4 pm.

Lots of free parking on site

Art Exhibition Opportunity in Poland: The 15th International Autumn Salon of Art

Hello all,
I got this call from a friend of mine in Poland who is running this international call for submissions and has very prestigious awards and recognitions.

We can share it with the members. Any questions have to be addressed directly to the organization. Link below

Cesar Forero OSA

http://www.bwa.ostrowiec.pl/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/15-IASoA-regulations-ENG.pdf