Born in Dublin, Ireland in 1953, she holds the BA from the University of Toronto graduating summa cum laude as Faculty Scholar and Trinity College Award winner. She received the AOCA, Graduate Teaching Assistantship and Forsyth Scholarship upon graduation from the Ontario College of Art. A Professor of Drawing & Painting in the Faculty of Art at the Ontario College of Art & Design, 2006 marked her 25th year of teaching. In 2005 Professor White received the Price Award for Excellence in Teaching.

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.

Jody Hewgill

A native of Montr–al, Qu–bec, Jody studied Commercial Art and Design at Dawson College and subsequently moved to Toronto to further her studies in illustration at the Ontario College of Art and Design University, where she has been part of the faculty in the illustration program since 2008. Jody has been working as an illustrator and gallery artist since 1988. Her acrylic paintings have been commissioned for a wide variety of applications including advertising campaigns, book covers, editorial publications, theatre posters, retail murals, and wine labels.

David Griffin

Dr. David Griffin is a multidisciplinary artist working with painting and drawing, graphic music notations, and performance. He has exhibited his artwork both nationally and internationally, is an instructor at OCAD University in Toronto, and holds a PhD from the Glasgow School of Art. The artist's creative practice and theoretical writing focus on notational drawing as a hybrid document and connotative system, through which we may construct innovative performance practices.


Mirroring the role of Natural History and Archaeology Museums by preserving the past, my work plays off the many nostalgic and romantic associations we have with nature and culture.  As the traditional museum paradigm shifts to include new methodologies of analysis, I am compelled to study material culture from a decidedly nonscientific and non-academic perspective. Through the accumulation of specimens, and artifacts, I collect, catalogue, and (re)present these objects in drawings, paintings, and installations.

Anda Kubis

Digital technologies have fundamentally changed every aspect of how we work today. As a contemporary artist and educator it is incumbent upon me to challenge my artistic practice by employing the newest tools available. This is an experimental process yet not an original nor isolated one. I am collaborating with a global artistic community that is pushing forward and adapting to the changes that these new technologies present. I approach all of my work as an abstract painter.