Baillie’s Picture Framing carries work by a variety of local artists.
Janette Baillie is a Grand Bend, Ontario, based photographer who draws her inspiration from her natural surroundings. She enjoys shooting waterscapes, landscapes, flora and fauna, abstracts and architecture. Her photos use light, colour, shapes and textures to convey a particular mood. She is not afraid of using digital editing tools to complete her vision. Her portfolio reflects her interest in nature, architecture and traveling.
Her work is available in prints on fine art photo paper, canvas and greeting cards, with quality custom framing available.
Contact her regarding commissions, including local scenes for print or web based advertising. 519 238 1472 or gbaillie@hay.
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Laura, who works under the name of L.L. Jones Wright, was born and raised in Southwestern Ontario in the Ingersoll area. Her formal art education has included studies at H.B. Beal Secondary School, London, under Herb Ariss; York University, Toronto; and Lambton College, Sarnia.
Laura has worked in a variety of media including pottery and soapstone, but concentrates at present on two-dimensional works in collage, coloured pencil, pastel and acrylic. Recent works include explorations into the effects achieved by mixing and layering different materials and media.
Laura has had three shows at the Gallery In The Grove, in Bright’s Grove. She has also exhibited in numerous shows in Ontario and Michigan. Her work can currently be seen on an on-going basis at Baillie’s Picture Framing in Grand Bend, where she works, or by private appointment at her home and studio, in Parkhill, where she lives with her husband Doug
Martin’s work is an expression of the beauty he perceives wherever he goes. It encompasses a wide variety of subjects, such as street scenes, landscapes and flowers.
Martin received his basic art training early on in Germany and has further developed his art by studying with, and from, many successful artists during the past 30 years.
His work can be found in the collections of a long list of private and corporate collections in many countries.
Barbara has retired to the shores of Lake Huron to enjoy the beautiful landscape, flora and fauna on her many excursions into the countryside. She uses color and texture to excite our senses and lift our spirits. Her collections contain paintings in watercolor, acrylic and oils.