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A Portrait of Canada

Tony Bianco

June 27 - July 26, 2014

After traveling across Canada for a year, artist Tony Bianco has created a portrait of our National Parks that will renew your appreciation for our country.

Artist Bio:

Tony Bianco has been painting professionally for over 27 years.  His work depicts the beauty of Canada, Europe and his imagination.  His work has been collected widely both in Canada and internationally. 

Striving for beauty and a spiritual element in his work, he paints to uplift the viewer by making the ordinary extraordinary.

As well painting, he has been honoured to be the designer of over 30 coins for the Royal Canadian Mint, including our 2 dollar coin, Olympic coins and many commemorative and collector coins.

Tony resides in the Mount St. Louis area of Ontario with his wife and 2 children.

Artist Statement:

I am inspired by beauty, and the sacred quality of the world around us.  I strive to elevate our day to day experiences and record them in my work.

2014 Exhibit Schedule

Request to Exhibit Forms

Request to Exhibit - Gallery (pdf format)


The Lindsay Gallery accepts applications to exhibit from all residents of Ontario on an ongoing basis. The opportunities for solo and joint exhibitions are limited, and are considered as space and scheduling permits. All artists applying must submit a complete package, which will be juried for acceptance by the Curatorial Exhibit Selection Committee.

Gallery Layout for Exhibits – Wall display area for exhibits in the Gallery. (jpg format)