Charles Weiss Art
Charles Weiss Art
News and Events
Saturday and Sunday, July 8th and 9th
10 am - 5 pm
Exploring Creative Painting of Fish
Charles Weiss, Artist in a Fish Bowl
Table 240 Salon-Epic
Hands-on activity, Toronto Reference Library,
North on Yonge at the corner of Bloor street
See You all there!
Canada Day and Fish Art at Framing DAMES Art Shop
Catherine Hawthorn has invited Toronto's favorite fish artist to show his art during July at her art shop at 362 KINGSTON Road, in East Scarborough near Highland Creek.
Variety of fish include, Brook Trout, Largemouth and Smallmouth bass, Northern Pike and Muskie.
Power Carving a Muskie article by Charles Weiss
Click to read the Power Carving a Muskie article in pdf format
Dreamers World VIEW
Street Art stops traffic at the corner of St. Dennis and Don Mills
Painted with spray enamel and brushed paint by
Week Nite PAINT GROUP
Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
YOU CAN CREATE AN INTERESTING AND UNIQUE SEASCAPE/MARINE
Only $24 Acrylic on Canvas Painting
Instruction and Materials provided.
Call 416-752-4363 for details
Don't miss this inspired artistic moment.
Carving a Brook Trout article by Charles Weiss
Click to read the Carving a Brook Trout article in pdf format
Magnificent Seven Muskie Lures
Finding time to head out muskie fishing can be challenging
when things like bad weather, family and work commitments,
and any number of other reasons get in the way.
Click to read the Magnificent Seven Muskie Lures article in pdf format
Fish Art that stops traffic in Lakeshore East
in the Toronto Beaches
You're invited to see NEW ART
Kingston Road ARTWALK
Many Artists will be exhibiting
including CHARLES WEISS.
Featuring acrylic paintings and wood carvings
inspired by his recent Maritimes visit
Saturday, June 20, 2015
United Church, "Davey Hall"
975 Kingston Road
10:00am to 3:00pm
FISHES OF TORONTO
ARTIST Charles Weiss Celebrates the second printing
of the popular book
Fishes of Toronto.
This book is part of the Bio Diversity series that was published by the
City of Toronto planning Department.
It features over 20 artworks by Charles Weiss