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As I See It

Overzealous Fine Art Exhibtion

Exhibition Duration: December 3 to December 21, 2018

Opening Reception: Saturday, December 8th, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Overzealous Fine Art Exhibition invited emerging and established artists to participate in Overzealous 2018. Currently in its 3rd year, Overzealous is becoming the most anticipated juried show that fosters creativity in the artistic community.

The Overzealous 2018 theme "As I See It" aims to bring together artists practicing in all media and styles.  The exhibition includes different mediums, including 2 and 3-dimensional artwork and installations. You and your family and friends are welcome to join them at their Reception & Awards Ceremony on Saturday December 8th, from 2 p.m.- 4 p.m.

The Overzealous Fine Art Exhibition was founded in 2016 and is a unique volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization that exists to provide an environment where artistic skills can be developed and to encourage art appreciation throughout the southern Ontario community. They facilitate the presentation of local artwork through a major art event each year, providing a  different venue for artists to display and sell their work. For more information click


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Six Artists

Wednesday Open Painting Group

Exhibition Duration: December 3 to December 21, 2018


For many years a group of artists have painted or drawn together on Wednesday’s in Studio “B” at Neilson Park Creative Centre. This opportunity is offered by the Etobicoke Art Group.

The exhibition reflects a variety of styles and mediums; watercolour, pen & ink, acrylic and oil.  



Rowena Katigbak

Exhibition Duration: December 3 to December 21, 2018

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Rowena is currently exploring the idea of play as a form of rebellion against archetypes and outdated patriarchal thinking through a series of kinetic sculptures called Progress. In contrasting the two words, “play” and “rebellion,” She is seeking to shift people’s thinking about how we perceive these words.

"Rebellion doesn’t have to be a hard and angry word. Play can be fun and purposeful. We need to re-examine our perceptions and realize that patriarchal thinking is obsolete. Let’s clear it out to make way for more flexible modes of thinking." says Rowena.

Progress uses interactive kinetic sculptures based on automatons and toys to engage viewers. Their perspectives shift from spectator to participant. They are controlling the mechanism which drives the work. They are becoming empowered through play. Each sculpture was created using pieces from old toys and upcycled parts, collages cut from various printed materials as well as some new materials. Rowena enjoys creating work from found and upcycled pieces. She loves seeing participants’ delight when they identify the toy parts and play with them. And, they see how these parts have been given new lives within my sculptures. These works honour the past while using this knowledge to lift us into the future with hope, joy and love.


Her work has been exhibited in Toronto, ON and can be found in private collections in North America and the Philippines. Her art is available for purchase at the Riverside location of The ArtsMarket (790 Queen St. E., Toronto, ON).

You can view her latest explorations on her website or follow her shenanigans on Instagram @wabisabimami                                                                                                              



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Exhibition Duration: December 3 to December 21, 2018

Noha Loy is a Toronto born artist. She grew up in Mississauga with her parents and two younger siblings. Noha’s interest in visual arts began in grade 6 and has grown since then, experimenting with different mediums and techniques. She is currently enrolled in an International Baccalaureate Program. Students in the MYP program are required to complete the Personal Project in order to move onto the DP program. For Noha’s Personal Project, she is exploring acrylic pouring.Noha has created 20 marbled artworks and is selling them.



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Petra Alexson

Exhibition Duration: December 3 to December 21, 2018

Petra Alexson is a multimedia artist who uses world-building as a way to clarify an understanding of the universe. Her work serves to organize her thought process into a constantly-developing world that is embedded into her imagination. "Procession" is a look into this parallel world: an encrypted document about astronomy, physics, and black holes.

"Procession" is an installation based on digital illustration. The floor of the box is a mirror, reflecting the sides and the top of the box onto the bottom, which gives a sense of a never-ending space inside the box. The visuals on the walls of the box seem to circle a chasm.  Click here for website info 

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