Photo Credit: Judy-Ann Cazemier

Angela Lane, Executive Director

Angela Lane creates joyful impressions of her ‘happy places’ in luminous, colourful art that reflects how she see nature through her hikes and kayak trips across the lakes of Northern Ontario and digging deep in her gardens. Her work is in private collections in Canada, the US, and Europe.

Angela likes to give back to the art community and has worked and volunteered with the Artists’ Network for over 10 years, helping artists like herself become entrepreneurs. She has a diverse background in design creative and client services working in advertising, marketing and event management for 25+ years and co-founded Creative Adventures Events that bring creativity retreats to the non-artist.

Barbara Ann Boire, Gallery Assistant

Barb Lewis, Office Manager & Member Services

Barb is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art (AOCA) in the Fine Arts Program. She has worked at china restoration in the past and still does restoration in her studio. Barb got involved with the Artists’ Network when her husband Steven Lewis joined many years ago. She did a lot of volunteering until a paid position came up in 2009 with the Network. Barb has been happily working as the Office Manager for many years and loves working with artists.

photo credit: David Johns

Judy-Ann Cazemier, Gallery Assistant

Photography gives Judy-Ann Cazemier a thrill, whether it’s capturing a moment in time, selecting the best images from a photo assignment, or the satisfaction of seeing her photographs in print, such as an advertisement for Toronto Tourism in Time, People, National Geographic Traveler, and Reader’s Digest. Also, showcased in these magazines: Seasons, Canadian Camera, and Neighbourhood Living. Author of two self-published books: Bird Book, a portfolio of photographs, and Finding Wings: photographing birds in and around Toronto. It is exciting to see one’s fine art photography on display in a gallery.

Originally from the prairies and now based in Toronto, Judy-Ann has a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Winnipeg and two diplomas in photography from Humber College.

Back in 2010 to 2013, she worked for the Artists’ Network when it was located at the Hangman Art Gallery and is now happy to be assisting again at the Network’s new home in the Leslie Grove Gallery.

Samantha Van Helden, ArtWalk Manager