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Liana Voia is a clinical hypnotherapist, Mindfulness and Guided Imagery practitioner and instructor in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She hosts the radio show Contemplative, Expressive and Imaginative Arts at http://blogtalkradio.com

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Sandra Hawkins is a visual and media artist in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She is the author ot the book The Business of Art. Visit http://sandrahawkins.ca, and http://businessofarttrainingboatinc.blogspot.ca/

Olga Radushkevich is an artist in Ottawa, Canada. Visit http://olgabatik.comule.com

Elbagir Osman is an artist in Ottawa.

Karen Miranda is a Toronto-born artist of Dominican and Kalinago Indian descent. Karen Miranda Augustine is an artist, writer and experimental videomaker whose works have exhibited in Canada, Virginia, Haiti and... more

Susan Shulman was born in Montreal. she studied at the Musee de Beaux Arts and the Saidye Bronfman, and in 1996, she received her BFA from Concordia University. She has been an active participant in ?A Book About Death? global... more

Paul Ygartua is an international muralist artist based in British Columbia. Visit http://paulygartua.com You can watch Paul Ygartua painting live at Shear Water Resort, BC at http://shearwater.ca

Sandra Tarantino is an artist and art teacher in Toronto. Her website is http://sandratarantino.com

Ixchel Suárez is a tapestry artist in Toronto. Tapestry is a traditional medium that after 30 years of experience has drawn me to explore the vision of applying it into different ways. My formal training of Design, Photography and... more

Jocelyne McNicholl is a French-Canadian fiber artist and poet living in Quebec, Canada. She paints on cotton. Photo by Francois Robert

Megan Morgan is a multidisciplinary artist living in Toronto. Born in Bermuda, Megan was adopted and moved to Canada as an infant. She attended the Carleton University School of Journalism, before completing a BA in Sociology,... more
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