Featured Local Artists
Featured Local Artists
New to our Lazy walls are these lovely pieces by Ronald Regamey. The artform he uses is called “Quilling” and it blends in to our cafe just perfectly! This series is called the “Four Seasons”.
Ronald was born in Bowmanville, Ontario in 1968 to a Swiss father and a German mother. His parents immigrated to Canada in the early sixties where he grew up in a very large family, with five brothers and three sisters which had a strong influence on him. After graduation, he took a two-year course for fine arts at the Okanagan College. He moved to Switzerland in the late 80’s and attended the ceramic school in Bern, Switzerland. He found the program very exciting and demanding. After finishing his education in the field of ceramics, he then pursued a different career direction working with the developmental disabled focussing on creativity and daily care. Over the years, he has taught himself his paper and photography skills.
You can check out more about Ronald at www.regamey.ca.
Molly grew up doodling and successfully followed her passion creating art for a living as a tattoo artist at The Village Ink in Toronto’s prestigious Yorkville.
At the Tulip Molly created the wall mural that is the centerpiece of the cafe. Our new space would not have turned out as beautiful without it. She has also brought an element of OM to the lighting of the cafe by painting this screen that covers the skylight in the old Tulip!
You can check out more of her work as well as purchase some really cool clothes & merchandise at www.maddmoll.com. She’s also on all of the following social media sites!
Jai Satya Kaur
Jai Satya Kaur brings a warming glow to her yoga & art classes. She has been doing yoga since the age of 16 as she started her teaching journey with Kundalini Yoga which developed into a deeper passion and commitment. She completed a practitioner course on Life Styles and Life Cycles, continuing education.
Art has always been a prevailing aspect in Jai Satya’s life. It comes in flows of expression allowing creativity to dance. She completed one year of Fine Arts at Lakehead University surrounding herself with creativity allowing new chapters in her life to come up.
She has done murals for over 5 years. Murals has been one aspect that flowed with her and allowed many pieces to prevail themselves.
Deb Grise is self-taught and has worked with watercolours and oils over the past 20 years. Her style is contemporary impressionism. It is the light that inspires her to paint a variety of subjects from landscape to florals, and still life.
You will find more work of this local artist just around the corner at THE MARKET located at 41 Dunlop Street West.
In the old Tulip you will find a slideshow of travel photos from India, SouthEast Asia and the Caribbean. You will also find some India photos in black & white on the back wall of the new space.