Marie Charbonneau has taught Drawing and Painting at the Ontario College of Art & Design since 1981.

Luke Painter

Luke Painter is an artist working in Toronto. Recent exhibitions of his work include: Modern Wand at Cambridge Galleries (solo 2017), The Teasers and the Tormentors at Galerie Clark in Montreal (solo 2016), Ways of Something at the Whitney Museum of American Art (group 2016) and Five Years of Contemporary Canadian Drawing at the Sudbury Art Gallery (group 2016). Luke has been recently nominated in 2018 for the K.M.

Luke Siemens

Luke Siemens is a Toronto-based Artist, working in drawing and digital medias. His work has shown nationally from Saskatoon, to Montreal and Toronto. Luke has been a sessional instructor at OCAD since 2013.

Linda Martinello

Linda Martinello completed an MFA at the University of Waterloo and received an Honours BA from the University of Toronto. Recent exhibitions include Living Arts Centre in Mississauga, PAMA Peel Art Gallery in Brampton, p|m Gallery in Toronto, Galerie BAC in Montreal, Gallery Page and Strange in Halifax and UWAG in Waterloo. Her work is located in prominent private, public and corporate art collections including BMO Financial Group, Cenovus, Encana, TD Bank, TELUS, Torys, among other institutions.

Jean-Paul Kelly

  Jean-Paul Kelly produces video, photo-based work, and drawings that are often constructed using a hybrid vernacular of cinematic reference, home movies, cartoons, digital compositing, and performance.  His work has been exhibited in galleries and festivals in North America, Japan, and Europe, most recently as part of art-action: rencontres internationales 2006 in Paris, Berlin, and Madrid.  Gallery TPW (Toronto) will present a solo exhibition of Kelly's work in the fall of 2008.  He received an Ontario Ar

Dorie Millerson

Dorie Millerson holds an MFA in textiles from NSCAD University and is an honours graduate in fibre from the Ontario College of Art & Design. She works in a variety of constructed textile techniques ranging from weaving to lace making to investigate conceptual concerns. Building on her research into the metaphorical and physical nature of "mending" in textiles, her Masters thesis examined the propensity of lace and shadow to investigate time, memory and loss. She exhibits her award-winning artwork internationally.

Echo Railton

Makes large scale drawings, miniature paintings, exhibits around Toronto and with the Fountain Art Fair in Miami and NYC and with Grace Space in Brooklyn. Does graphic design on the side for personal stationery and wedding invitations through the Papery and Laywines.