MEMOmosaics is a small, ceramic and glass mosaic art studio run by visual artist Maria-Elena Martoglio.
Hello, I go by Elena.
Beautifying walls with mosaic art is my passion. I welcome commissions, and facilitate collaborative art projects using new and recycled ceramic and glass tiles . Whether you’re a small group of friends, or a large company, the experience of creating a work of art together can help enhance relationships with a sense of playfulness and gratification.
I also offer workshops to create personalized art and have a series of DIY mosaic art kits available for purchase on my online shop.
Art Loft Studio was established in 2019 and since has been providing Art Programs to Adults and Children both. The primary objective is to attain & maintain a position as the major source of unique art programs that are created and designed to help students at any age to improve their art skills, develop their creativity and discover techniques.
We are two artists/partners who fell in love with the crafts & one of kind + unique products of some women makers. We decided to showcase them to the world.
At Collage Cafe Gallery, we simply want to share our love for handcrafts of the talented women through our simple – yet beautiful crafts that are mostly, made out of natural raw materials, endemic to their countries.
We are bringing artistic work from different countries and put them together like pieces of collage.
Our goal is to introduce women artists who are unknown and empower them by finding a bigger market for their products.
Michele Bogle is a self-taught baker from Burlington. She has had great success in the audition phases of The Great Canadian Baking Show, reaching top 1% in Toronto. The Food Network invited her to audition for the Great Chocolate Showdown twice, as did Wall of Chefs.
While possessing the skill set to make traditional cakes, Michele enjoys customizing by using her palette knife skills to recreate art on cakes.
“I crave variety in everything I do. I’m always trying new dessert recipes, adding my own spin on them. This keeps things interesting in a way so that it never feels like a job.”