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Acrylic on canvas.
It started with photography and silkscreen and then progressed to an exploration of painting techniques and styles. Chris has presented his work at numerous shows, often with proceeds directed to charities that support health, children and education. His painting draws on a life loving nature, people, and foreign lands, and is influenced mainly by the Impressionists and Primitives. While primarily an autodidact, Chris has participated in painting workshops and image and abstract courses at the Toronto School of Art and painting at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
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