About Us

Creativity is contagious pass it on.

Founded in 2009

We are a group of 9 artists with 9 unique perspectives.
 Our focus is not only to explore the creative process, but to exhibit our artwork in the strength that tells a story as a group. 
Our work can be seen in ongoing and special exhibitions. Of special note, the BaySide artists recently collaborated to create a commemorative mosaic, called Our Canada, to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday.

Our original, fine art is found in numerous private and public collections.We have a common interest: creating fine art. We have a common passion: to transform this interest into a lucrative career. Casual conversations evolved into specific plans to organize ourselves into a committed association of local artists who would support each other as we focused on investigating the most effective means to market our art collectively locally and beyond. United by our love of the creative process, we continue to exhibit our works in oils, acrylics, watercolours, and mixed media. The past ten years has seen our exhibitions at John B. Aird Gallery Toronto, the Markham Theatre Gallery, the Orillia Museum of Art, the Simcoe County Museum, the Edge Gallery , the Barrie Golf and Country Club, Peter St. Gallery Orillia, and most recently the Art and Home Studio gallery Orillia.

In union there
is strength.

Our Achievments

Milestones since 2009


150th Canadian Mural

Created in 2016. It went on tour around Ontario for Canada’s 150 Celebration!


Exibition at the Orillia Museum of Art.

Simcoe County Museum

Our 150th mural is on permanent display at the Simcoe County Museum.

John B. Aird

In 2009 our first major exhibition in downtown Toronto, ON. 

Marham Theater

Exibitioned here in 20**

Country Club

We exibit our work here year round.

Art & Home Studio

Exibiting our work here in 2109.


The Edge Gallery

Exhibitioned our artwork at the Edge Gallery,  Barrie from 2012 – 2018.

The Enviroment

One theme that keeps reoccurring within the group is our desire to record nature through paint and preserve our enviroment.

Our first major exhibition “Fragile spaces” was based on these beliefs.

Our Artists

This list will change as time flows and members come and go.

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