Herringbone welcomes Ontario’s Cathy Boyd

Tucked away in a quiet community on the shores of Georgian Bay, painter Cathy Boyd lets loose with colour.

‘Magical’ by Cathy Boyd

Primarily self-taught, Cathy is dedicated to ongoing learning and experimentation with her work, which she hopes expresses “the wonder I feel about this little world.”

‘Island Time’ by Cathy Boyd

Cathy’s paintings have been featured in international exhibitions and are a part of countless private collections. We are delighted to welcome Cathy Boyd to the Herringbone family!

‘Pristine’ by Cathy Boyd

Herringbone welcomes Ontario’s Peter Cheung

After many years of working in the corporate world, Peter Cheung of Burlington, Ontario packed it all in to pursue painting full-time and boy, are we glad he did.

‘Evening Tide’ by Peter Cheung

Having first studied painting with a famous Chinese master, Peter took the ink and water techniques he learned and translated them into his own distinctively bold, energetic style in oils and watercolours.

‘Watching the Sailboats’ by Peter Cheung

We can’t get enough of Peter’s gorgeous colour sense, hypnotic brushwork and unerring ability to get to the heart of a scene – and we aren’t the only ones, for Peter’s work has been widely exhibited and is a feature of many international collections. We are thrilled to welcome Peter to the Herringbone family!

‘Morning Park Bench’ by Peter Cheung

Herringbone welcomes Nova Scotia’s Raquel Roth

If you’re looking for the bright cheerfulness of a beautiful bouquet – that won’t wilt and have to be tossed in a week – then look no further than the work of Nova Scotia’s Raquel Roth.

‘Spring Vibes’ by Raquel Roth

Having grown up surrounded by the natural, tropical abundance of Trinidad, Raquel isn’t afraid of vibrant colour and bold composition.

‘Eye Candy’ by Raquel Roth

We love the unabashed prettiness of Raquel’s work and are so happy to welcome her to the Herringbone family!

‘In Twilight’ by Raquel Roth

Herringbone welcomes British Columbia’s Enda Bardell

Enda Bardell is living the creative dream. A self-described explorer, Enda studied at the Emily Carr University of Art + Design, worked in costume design for the motion picture industry, was the founder of the very successful Enda B. fashion shops in Vancouver, and is an accomplished painter, with countless group and solo exhibitions on her resumé.

‘Cape Split (Bay of Fundy, NS)’ by Enda Bardell

The watercolour pieces Enda is currently showing at Herringbone are a small selection from the work she created during a residency at Parrsboro Creative in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia in 2019.

‘Settling (Parrsboro, NS)’ by Enda Bardell

We love Enda’s fresh takes on our beloved Nova Scotian landscape and are delighted to welcome her to the Herringbone family!

‘Brothers (Brothers Islands, NS)’ by Enda Bardell

Herringbone welcomes Nova Scotia’s Gilles Boudreault

Since retiring from the military, Gilles Boudreault has been able to indulge his passion for painting.

‘The Fall Colours’ by Gilles Boudreault

Gilles is a born experimenter, always keen to try out new styles, mediums and subject matter.

‘Herring Cove, NS’ by Gilles Boudreault

We love Gilles’ exuberant use of colour and adventurous spirit and are delighted to welcome him to the Herringbone family!

‘Birch Trees in the Fall’ by Gilles Boudreault


Herringbone welcomes Nova Scotia’s Barbara Gibson

Is it a coincidence that the work of Nova Scotia’s Barbara Gibson appears to be heavily inspired by the colours and textures of the ocean? We think not.

‘First Light’ by Barbara Gibson

Experimenting with pattern, rhythm, translucency, transparency, layers and fluidity, Barbara enjoys playing with the paint and revelling in the spontaneity of her process until that magical moment of completion, when the final result always proves to be a surprise.

‘Beach Glass’ by Barbara Gibson

We love the energy of Barbara’s work and are delighted to welcome her to the Herringbone family!

‘Spring Thaw’ by Barbara Gibson

Herringbone welcomes Nova Scotia’s Blanchard Smith

Since retiring, Blanchard Smith has finally been able to devote his days to his first love: making art.

‘Blue Velvet’ by Blanchard Smith

Drawing endless inspiration from nature, Blanchard works in oils and watercolours to capture his experiences and memories for all to admire.

‘The Naked Forest’ by Blanchard Smith

We salute Blanchard Smith for never losing sight of his artistic dreams and are delighted to welcome him to the Herringbone family!

‘Jewel on the Pond’ by Blanchard Smith



Herringbone welcomes Ontario’s Jane Boyd

Palette knife + paint = perfection. Jane Boyd wields her favourite tool like a magician, turning ordinary landscapes and waterscapes into impressionist gems of colour, texture and form.

‘Hues of Lake Huron’ by Jane Boyd

Happily getting “lost in the moment,” Jane simplifies her subject matter as a way of exploring the essence of what she’s seeing and of conveying that essence to the viewer.

‘Fall Fantasy’ by Jane Boyd

Jane’s award-winning work has appeared in countless international exhibitions and features in numerous private collections and we couldn’t be happier to offer some of her incredible paintings right here at Herringbone.

‘Summer Greens’ by Jane Boyd

Herringbone welcomes New Brunswick’s Jennifer Pazienza

For more than thirty-five years, Jennifer Pazienza has been having an “old-fashioned affair with oil paint” – and what an affair it continues to be. With a doctorate in art education in her back pocket, Jenn keeps racking up awards and accolades from her many international exhibitions, all from her home (and envy-inducing studio) in rural New Brunswick.

‘Abbondante’ by Jennifer Pazienza

As a “student of the ephemeral,” Jenn paints to remember and understand and help us, her lucky viewers, reflect on our own place in the world.

‘Dal Segno’ by Jennifer Pazienza

We are delighted to welcome Jenn to the Herringbone family and can’t wait to see what she produces next.

Herringbone welcomes Nova Scotia’s Ted Coldwell

Ted Coldwell, fine art photographer and self-described romanticist, has a serious eye for detail.

‘Blue Brocade’ by Ted Coldwell

Driven to share “the inherent beauty of the world around us,” Ted offers a new perspective on the small bursts of aesthetic magnificence it’s so easy to overlook in the mad rush of daily life.

‘Rivet 1’ by Ted Coldwell

We love Ted’s incredible focus on shape, texture and colour and are delighted to welcome him to the Herringbone family!

‘Serpent’ by Ted Coldwell

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