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A Brush With Art

"Bruno Cavallo is having a good time in Bradford. At least you'd think he would be, having sold 'about 10' paintings from his showing at the Royal Bank. Mr. Cavallo has also painted five local scenes from around Bradford and the local countryside, some of which are on display. The show, which ends on Wednesday, September 25, features a draw for one of Mr. Cavallo's paintings."

Bradford Witness

Art display opens today

"Former Bradford artist Pauline Holancin Kulha opens an exhibition of her landscape paintings at the York Fine Art Gallery in Snowball Corners today. Mary Gilbert, also formerly of Bradford, operates the gallery."

Bradford Witness

Like A Rock mural

Mural on the back of 73 Holland Street East by artist "Jimmy". Mural depicted the sports and cultural activities of Bradford West Gwillimbury that hold the community together.

Amanda Gallagher

Oil painting donated

"An oil painting donated to Sunnybrae School by Jacqueline Cowan of Stroud (left) is received by vice-principal Betty Sale (right), Grade 8 student Keith MacDougall, and Grade 3 student Darryl Easby. Mrs. Cown said she decided to give the painting, titled The Maiden, after her son, Jeff, 12, began studying native people in a class project."

Simcoe Family Painting

On August 24, 1793 the cannons were fired and Toronto renamed York to recognize the victory by the Duke of York over the French in Europe. Elizabeth Gwillim Simcoe's note reads: "There were a party of Ojibway Indians here, who appeared much pleased with the firing. One of them names "Great Sail" took Francis in his arms and was much please to find that the child was not afraid, but delighted with the sound."
This painting was done by C.W. Jeffreys from Imperial Oil Ltd.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library