art to enrich your surroundings ... innovation to enhance your work


3 Corey St., Bloomfield, ON


FAD Fad means: Fine Art & Design and Functional Art and Design. Our media include acrylic, clay, encaustic, glass, mixed media, oil, stone, metal and wood. Fad showcases over 50 of Ontario's most accomplished artists in 2 gallery locations in Bloomfield, ON., Prince Edward County.

Fad was originally called Covent Gallery which opened in Wellington in May 2003.  Owner Michael Deyell came from the Toronto advertising and marketing world; working for such companies as The National Gallery of Canada, ArtsMarketing, Torstar Publications, The Heart and Stroke Foundation and Bell Canada.   Having worked 6 years at the National Gallery of Canada and a dozen years in the marketing and advertising world,  Michael intends on marketing his artists throughout North America, allowing them time to focus on creating and spending quality time with their families. 

  is a new online venue for artists to showcase their work to a larger audience and for customers to find unique, one of a kind gifts in a way that is fast, easy and hassle-free.

The new venture is  the brain child of entrepreneur and art lover Janet Lewis. She has spent the last year plus plus researching and discovering artists and artisans who provide her site with a wide variety of delightful offerings.

You can always find the 'perfect something" in a range of prices to suit the occasion. Janet is also offering a "shop at home" service through at home parties.


RedEye Studio Gallery

The Distillery Historic District
Case Goods Warehouse, Studio 102
55 Mill Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5A 3C4
Phone: (416) 366-3393

East of Parliament 1 block south of Front Street


The RedEye Gallery was the culmination of a journey in creativity, self-expression and believing in making dreams come true. The RedEye Studio Gallery started as a dynamic partnership of five Toronto artists - Jennifer Hinrichs, Sheila Jonah, Sandy McMullen, David Millar and Michael Steinhauser. It has moved to a more central location in the building. You can find the work of 10 local artists showcased at the RedEye


The Grocer's Gallery

Fenelon Falls, Ontario

19 Colborne St.
Fenelon Falls, ON
K0M 1N0

Currently closed

The Grocer's Gallery was a gem in the Kawartha's tourist area. This gallery had paintings, photography, pottery and ceramics, blown and cast glass, woodwork, and jewelry on display and specializes in Canadian fine art and craft You can find a selection of Sandy's work was on permanent display throughout the year. Visit the charming village of Fenelon Falls - just North of the locks, on the West side of the main street where a cool coffee shop has taken over residence in the gallery.






Just for Us Originals

at the Old Mill






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