Welcome to FCA Toronto’s first annual Open National Juried Exhibition.
Entry to this online exhibition was open to all artists living anywhere in Canada. They did not need to be affiliated with FCA Toronto or the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) to submit their artwork. Each artist was allowed to enter up to five artworks for consideration, but only a maximum of three paintings per artist could be accepted into the show.
We received 292 entries from 110 artists across Canada in a wide range of styles, mediums and subject matter.
The FCA handled the submission and jurying process for FCA Toronto. Our jury consisted of three signature status FCA artists: David Goatley, SFCA; Tanya Bone, SFCA; and Nancy Kramp, AFCA.
From among the 292 entries submitted by 110 artists, the jurors selected 112 artworks by 66 artists.
Participants Artists from FCA Toronto: Alexander Ahilov, Beth Bouffard, Victoria Brophey, Nancy Calder, Wendy Carmichael Bauld AFCA, Rick Cullis, Sheila Davis SFCA, Laura Dirk, Leah Dockrill, Nancy Farrell, Robin Knox, Marike MacDonald, Sue Miller AFCA, Sandra Murphy, Kathleen Paynter, Maria Petrov, Lucy Quin, Evelyn Rapin, Alan Douglas Ray, Louise Scott-Bushell, Iulia Stoian, Sybiline, and Donna Wise. *** Note: You can find a detailed listing of these artists at the bottom of this page.
Participating Artists from the rest of Canada: Diane Akey, Susanne Andrey, Denise Antaya, Danielle Beaulieu, Liane Bedard, Dina Belaia, Marjorie Broadhead, Coral Chen, Ann Crook, Cathy Cullis, Rachel Dawbon, Elaine Doy, Jennifer Foster, Susan Friedman, Tatiana Fryntov, Juve Furtado, Doug Geldart, Suneeta Gokuldas, Charley Hampton, Sharon Lalonde, Vickie Lawrence, Anda Marcu, Barbara McGuey, Marlene G. McPherson, Jonathan Palter, Barry Rafuse, Lori Ridgeway, Marilyn Riopel, Julie Robb, Phyllis Rohrbacher, Dana Sewell, Jenn Smith, Bill Stephens, Roger Sutcliffe, Dan Telosky, Darcy Thompson, Brian Turner, Sheila Van Delft, Michelle Vyn, Shirley Weiss, Yan Yin, Joan Zageris, and Richard Zajac.
A special thanks to Evelyn Rapin for allowing us to use her “Trampled Garden II” painting as a background for this exhibition page.