Exhibitions

We all experience a range of emotions, from the very high highs to sometimes very low lows. While life would be most enjoyable only experiencing the high of positive emotions, to fully exist in life we must experience the range of emotions from the negative to the positive. Every emotion must be experienced to truly help us understand and appreciate our state of being when we live through each feeling. When experiencing the negatives in life, it is important to feel it, respect it, but not to sit with that emotion for too long- there is always a brightness on the other side of even the most painful of emotions and experiences.

See Through Aquarium
Elina Katkova / June 2018
48 x 36 in.
See Through Aquarium
Red peppers
Elina Katkova / March 2017
Oil on canvas / 30 x 40
Glass square plate
Alfredo Sosabravo / June 2010
Glass square plate 16 *16
Signed work by the Master Sosabravo
Woman with Cat
Alfredo Sosabravo / June 1998
Murano glass Sculpture 18 x 14 x 7 in
Work by the Master Sosabravo dated 1998. Created in solid glass with the sommerso (submerged) technique colours by the Glassmaster Robert Cammozzo Mujer con Gato  
Frog
/ January 1970
Oil on canvas / 30 x 30 in
Pig with long legs
/ January 1970
Oil on canvas / 24 x 18 in

We all experience a range of emotions, from the very high highs to sometimes very low lows. While life would be most enjoyable only experiencing the high of positive emotions, to fully exist in life we must experience the range of emotions from the negative to the positive. Every emotion must be experienced to truly help us understand and appreciate our state of being when we live through each feeling. When experiencing the negatives in life, it is important to feel it, respect it, but not to sit with that emotion for too long- there is always a brightness on the other side of even the most painful of emotions and experiences.

A Boat
Daniel Paul Izzard / June 2010
Acrylic on canvas / 76.2 x 61 cm (30 x 24 in.)
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Park Manceau
Daniel Paul Izzard / May 2000
Oil on canvas / 48 x 48 in
Park Manceau- Paris,  solid wood frame Certificate of authenticity, heavy

In art, mixed media is art that is created using more than one medium (material). This method of creating beauty is truly appropriate for this series as we are all a mix, or combination of many things. Our emotions, lived experiences, as well as our values and morals all combine to make up our identity. Our identity is the way we understand ourselves, and the way we present ourselves to others.

Redhead
Elina Katkova / March 2012
Oil on canvas / 30 x 40 in
Poker Tournament
Elina Katkova / March 2017
mixed media, oil on canvas, original playing cards, framed / 62 x 38 in
Mixed media, oil, original playing cards, framed

Art is playful. One of the ways in which I like to express joy, whimsy and love for close friends and relatives is to create a painting depicting loved ones as animals. Often our personality aligns with the behaviour of animals; as such we tend to see elements of ourselves in our favourite animals. One way in which we can honour people and the memories we share with each other is to recreate those people and moments as if those people present in that memory, were animals. It’s fantastical, it’s whimsical, it’s lovely. Your best people, your best memories, captured through the perfect combination of colour, expression and movement. Bring joy and the feeling of light-hearted daydreams to your space through one of these pieces created specifically for you.

Family As Cats
Elina Katkova / March 2017
Oil on canvas / 50 x 38 in
Unknowen artist
Fish triptych
Elina Katkova / July 2006
Oil on canvas / 48 x 60 in

The poppy is indeed an iconic image. The powerful message that it conveys through honouring the men and women who fought for our country in armed conflicts throughout history, to the pop-culture significance of Dorothy getting lost amidst the field of poppies- this flower carries with it a world of meaning. This series means different things to different people. The meaning you attach to the delicate flower is yours alone; and therefore the artwork from this series will resonate differently depending on the life experience you carry with you as you appreciate the pieces in this series.

Poppy Seed 2
Elina Katkova / March 2017
Oil on canvas / 64 x 44 in
The poppy is indeed an iconic image. The powerful message that it conveys through honouring the men and women who fought for our country in armed conflicts throughout history, to the pop-culture significance of Dorothy getting lost amidst the field o...
Poppy Seed 3
Elina Katkova / March 2017
Oil on canvas / 64 x 44 in
The poppy is indeed an iconic image. The powerful message that it conveys through honouring the men and women who fought for our country in armed conflicts throughout history, to the pop-culture significance of Dorothy getting lost amidst the field o...
Chicken Dance
Elina Katkova / April 2019
Graphics on white background triptych / 51.5 x 15.5 in
Cat
Alfredo Sosabravo / June 2018
Murano glass Sculpture / 20 x 9 x 5 in
See Through Aquarium
Elina Katkova / June 2018
48 x 36 in.
Family portrait
Elina Katkova / April 2018
Oil on canvas / 53.5 x 41.5 in
Office The Benson
Elina Katkova / April 2017
Oil on canvas / 60 x 48 in
Poppy Seed
Elina Katkova / March 2017
Oil on canvas / 64 x 44 in
Poker Tournament
Elina Katkova / March 2017
mixed media, oil on canvas, original playing cards, framed / 62 x 38 in
Family As Cats
Elina Katkova / March 2017
Oil on canvas / 50 x 38 in
Ocean
Elina Katkova / November 2016
Oil on canvas / 38 x 50 in
Sadness
Elina Katkova / November 2015
Oil on canvas / 26 x 38 in
Anger
Elina Katkova / November 2015
Oil on canvas / 26 x 38 in
Warrior
Svetlana S / April 2015
Red and black ink / 20 x 27 in
Urban Rat
Elina Katkova / March 2015
Oil on canvas / 41 x 29 in
Cats
Elena Kirsanova / April 2014
Acrylic on canvas 14.5 x 18 in Framed
Mushrooms
Elina Katkova / June 2013
Oil on canvas / 52 x 72 in
Dogman
Gillie and Marc / April 2013
67 x 61 x 61 cm Fiberglass with 2 pack paint
Redhead
Elina Katkova / March 2012
Oil on canvas / 30 x 40 in
Vase
Elina Katkova / November 2010
Graphics on black background diptych / 12 x 29 in
Vase 1
Elina Katkova / November 2010
Graphics on black background diptych / 12 x 29 in
Vase 2
Elina Katkova / November 2010
Graphics on black background diptych / 12 x 29 in
Desert Prisoner
Elina Katkova / July 2010
Oil on canvas / 55 x 55 in
Tree of Life
Elina Katkova / December 2009
Oil on canvas / 80 x 55.5 in
Birch triptych 1
Elina Katkova / September 2009
Oil on canvas / 24 x 48
Birch triptych 2
Elina Katkova / September 2009
Oil on canvas / 36 x 48
Birch triptych 3
Elina Katkova / September 2009
Oil on canvas / 24 x 48
Vase triptych
Elina Katkova / August 2008
Graphics on white background triptych
Vase triptych 1
Elina Katkova / August 2008
Graphics on white background triptych / 14.5 x 24 in
Vase triptych 2
Elina Katkova / August 2008
Graphics on white background triptych / 12 x 24 in
Vase triptych 3
Elina Katkova / August 2008
Graphics on white background triptych / 14.5 x 24 in
Fish triptych
Elina Katkova / July 2006
Oil on canvas / 48 x 60 in
Fish triptych 2
Elina Katkova / July 2006
Oil on canvas / 24 x 48 in
Fish triptych 3
Elina Katkova / July 2006
Oil on canvas / 6.5 x 36 in
Out of Jar
Elina Katkova / January 2006
Graphics on white background / 24 x 18 in
Park Manceau
Daniel Paul Izzard / May 2000
Oil on canvas / 48 x 48 in
Kim Debut
Daniel Paul Izzard / April 2000
Oil on canvas / 34 x 42 in
Woman with Cat
Alfredo Sosabravo / June 1998
Murano glass Sculpture 18 x 14 x 7 in
Cuban Fine Art Original
Alfredo Sosabravo / April 1993
Illustration Art 29 x 37.5 in Lithograph
Flower
Elina Katkova / January 1970
Water colors, framed glass / 12 x 10 in
Pig with long legs
/ January 1970
Oil on canvas / 24 x 18 in
Frog
/ January 1970
Oil on canvas / 30 x 30 in
Office Cats Diptych
Elina Katkova / January 1970
Oil on canvas / 30 x 40 in