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Tag Archive: photography

217 (Elephant’s Foot) (series) 10” x 8” each graphite on gessoed aluminum 2016

Under Exposed: Sasha Opeiko

Meet Sasha Opeiko, a Windsor-based artist and art educator, whose practice includes painting, drawing, media, sculpture and design. Sasha received a BFA from University of Windsor (2009) and a MFA from University of Victoria (2012). For the past several years, she has exhibited her work locally and abroad, periodically leading art workshops at the Art Gallery…


A Flood of Support

You don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone. I promise this story has a happy ending. But you’ll need a bit of a backstory and personal perspective first. August 28th and 29th, 2017 are days Windsorites will always remember. Our city was hit with a storm the likes of which we typically don’t see,…


Under Exposed: Heather Taylor

Find something you love. Pursue what you love. Share what you love. This is the creative drive of visual artist and photographer Heather Taylor. Born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, Heather discovered a passion for photography after the arrival of her son Benjamin. Inspired by her mother’s own love of photography, she began capturing her…


Client’s Corner: Toolplas Systems Inc.

Toolplas Systems Inc. was founded in 1999, with its corporate office in Windsor, Ontario and locations in Mexico and China. They specialize in the design and manufacturing of compression, plastic injection and related tooling for automotive interiors, exteriors and functional component modules ranging from 200T to 4000T. Their mission is to deliver problem-free tooling to customers with their engineering…


Under Exposed: Jordan Kwasnycia

Photographing Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches was a dream job that Jordan Kwasnycia never knew he wanted. The 27-year old Chatham, Ontario resident happened upon the job in a decision he describes as “unwisely applying for only one internship,” following his post-secondary education. Ever since Jordan can remember he’s had a pencil in hand illustrating to…