Exhibitor listing

Hazelton Fine Art Galleries

14 Hazelton Avenue
Ontario M5R 2E2 Toronto
Canada
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ABOUT

Hazelton Fine Art Galleries is an internationally renowned gallery that is recognized for its diverse representation by some of the finest collectible artists worldwide.

The gallery features a wide variety of high caliber works of art including modern and contemporary, modern masters, post impressionists, historical paintings and rare bronze sculpture.

  • Peter Priede Director

  • Belinda Priede Director

  • Natalie Romano Art Consultant

Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Pietro Adamo  (+)

    Biography : As a lover of travel, Adamo finds inspiration in the places he visits, both old and new.
His most recent body of artwork, similar to the pop art icons of Andy Warhol, unfolds dramatic and bold “ brush stroke” of the 21st century. Not quite pop art, not quite abstract expressionism; Adamo breathes new life into well known iconic figures, such as Marilyn Monroe and John Lennon. The result is a pastiche of contemporary art styles, textures, colours and historical imagery, which are woven together to provoke a visceral engaging response. For example, The Blue Valentine Series, archiving the life of Marilyn Monroe is individually created by hundreds of silk screens representing different images of her life and of her era. Bold brush strokes of colour and textures, are layered and woven, creating a composition of Monroe that transcends beyond the frame, so that you can almost feel the touch of her radiance. Each iconic figure in his contemporary series is given an attention to detail and emotion so that for example, you can hear Mick Jagger’s voice, read John Lennon’s message for peace is his expression, and feel Leonard Cohen’s poetry in his eyes. Each painting is unique and each tells a different story, so that it relates to you, the viewer. Many have felt the emotional pull of Adamo’s work. Due to this he is exhibited and collected not only in North America but also internationally. In the past Adamo has exhibited at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Art Miami Wynwood, Art Toronto, Art Frankfurt, among many others. His art work is also part of the corporate collections of American Express, Merrill Lynch (Chicago), the Harvard Club (Boston), the Fairmont Hotel (Montreal). He also has a tremendous amount of artwork with some of the most well seasoned collectors worldwide. Just recently, this particular series has been given international acclaim at Art Miami- Context (2016-2017), Art New York (2016), Art Palm Beach (2017) and Art Wynwood (2016-2017).

    Artist's Objects:

    • Pietro Adamo - The Mick

      The Mick

    • Pietro Adamo - WOODSTOCK: 50 UNEARTHED

      WOODSTOCK: 50 UNEARTHED

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  • Hamilton Aguiar  (+)

    Biography : After spending many years studying fine art, Aguiar developed an exceptionally unique and specialized technique for creating his artwork. Once Aguiar launched his artistic career, he became internationally recognized for his highly refined and contemporary landscapes. His crisp imagery of natural elements placed within smooth gradations of color beneath a burnished resin coating has attracted private and corporate collectors across North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. His participation in solo and group shows at galleries globally is extensive; he has exhibited his artwork in Germany, Korea, Sweden, Canada, and Singapore. He has also exhibited in many art fairs, notably Art Wynwood (2015-2016), Art Silicon Valley (2015), Art Southampton (2015), Art Palm Beach (2011-2014), and Art Miami (2005-2006).

    Artist's Objects:

    • Hamilton Aguiar - ACQUA

      ACQUA

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  • Steli Christoff  (+)

    Biography : STELI CHRISTOFF Through his fabulous patchworks, Steli collages and reinvents the views of cities that fascinate him. Combining his talents as a painter and photographer, he likes to play with symmetries and volumes to enliven these mounted puzzles. Paris, New York, London or Venice are captured during a brief pause in which each detail perfectly fits together to offer us a complex panoramic view. Here we are invited on a timeless journey in which our memories are turned upside-down by a different vision of these cities that we think we know everything about. Steli invites you to journey and travel with him in the cities we love and unveil the urban poetry emerges that surrounds and embodies us. Steli Christoff’s Paintings are showcased in private collections in Europe, Australia, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, United States, in the private collection of Hugo Voeten, the collection of New Bulgarian University & National Gallery of Fine Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria. His artworks have been given recognition and awards by Cité Internationale des Arts, in Paris, France as well as by the Union of Bulgarian Artists.

    Exhibition : Galleries, Exhibitions, & International Art Fairs

    2019- Hazelton Fine art Galleries
    2019- Art New York, 2019 represented by Hazelton Galleries
    2019 - Art Palm Springs, California, USA
    2019- Affordable Art Fair, New York City, represented by Axiom Contemporary, Santa Monica, USA ;
    2018 - Affordable Art Fair, New York City, Hong Kong, London, -
    represented by Axiom Contemporary, Santa Monica, USA ;
    2017 - Rakursi Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria;
    2016 - ArtCatto Gallery, Loule, Portugal ;
    Viva Art Gallery, Vienna, Austria ;
    Art Symbol Gallery, Paris, France
    2015 – Catto Gallery, London, Great Britain
    2014 – Mensing Gallery, Germany
    2013 - Art Symbol Gallery, Paris, France

    Artist's Objects:

    • Steli Christoff - New York Love

      New York Love

    • Steli Christoff - NYC Flag

      NYC Flag

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  • Salvador Dali  (+)

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  • Vadim Dolgov  (+)

    Biography : Born in Orenburg, Russia in 1962, Vadim Dolgov attended the Orenburg State Institute of Art. Following graduation, Dolgov remained in Russia to launch his professional career, with his first major success occurring in 1991, when the highly esteemed Parisian auction house Hôtel Drouot auctioned one of his pieces. Soon after, Dolgov was selected to tour India where he had to create and exhibit artwork. Upon his return, he was bestowed with the honor of showing his work at the State Tretyakovskaya Gallery in Moscow, which houses the most impressive and valuable collection of Russian fine art in the world. After moving to Canada, Dolgov’s career continued to grow and he has now developed a unique contemporary style. He has exhibited at Art Wynwood (2016), Art Southampton (2015), Art Toronto (2012-2014), and Artexpo New York (2001-2002). He has also been the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the Oil Painters of America Juried Salon Show Winner (2013), the American Art Collector Magazine Award of Excellence (2013), and the Holbein Artist Materials Award of Excellence at the 16th National Juried Exhibition of Oil Painters of America (2007). Over the past several years, Dolgov’s work has been recognized by some of the finest private and corporate collectors.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Vadim Dolgov - Look in the Mirror

      Look in the Mirror

    • Vadim Dolgov - New York Twilight

      New York Twilight

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  • Henri Matisse  (+)

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  • Joan Miró  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Joan Miró - Oda à Joan Miró , 1973

      Oda à Joan Miró , 1973

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  • Brian O'Neill  (+)

    Biography : BRIAN O’NEILL Brian O’Neill’s work has been showcased in galleries across the United States, England, and Japan. O’Neill is a graduate of the Ani Art Academy apprenticeship program, where he trained with renowned realism painter Anthony Waichulis. Brian has found great success in both classic oil realism and well as bold and dynamic abstract painting. O’Neill’s formal training in representational drawing and painting gave him the freedom to create in both worlds—the recognizable and the imagined. His expressive Contemporary Landscapes work explores the natural world around us by abstracting horizon, atmosphere, fire, mineral, water, and rough texture that is juxtaposed with luminous metal leaf. Many collectors of O’Neill’s work are amazed to discover that the same artist has created a highly-refined oil realism painting as well as a contemporary abstract—they are fascinated that he can do both. In O’Neill’s recent body of work, he has begun to merge these two worlds with a collection he calls, the gilded figure; graceful, beautiful, powerful and timeless paintings of the human form within a backdrop of flowing metal leaf work. O’Neill’s paintings have won numerous international awards and feature articles in many of today’s top art publications, such as: The Artist’s Magazine “An Artist’s Life” Sept. 2014, The Pastel Journal Magazine’s Top 100 Competition by winning 2nd Place in the still life category and was featured in the April 2011 issue, The Artist’s Magazine Annual Competition, Art Renewal Center Salon Competition, and the Art Kudos International. O’Neill’s abstract diptych “Summer Discovery” 1&2 was featured in The Wall Street Journal, April 2017. Museums Exhibitions and International Art Fairs • London Art Fair (2019) • Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY 75th Regional Exhibition • Naples Museum of Art, Naples FL • Arizona-Sedona Desert Museum Tucson, AZ • Hazelton Fine Art Galleires, Toronto, C

    Exhibition : Museums Exhibitions and International Art Fairs

    • London Art Fair (2019)
    • Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY 75th Regional Exhibition
    • Naples Museum of Art, Naples FL
    • Arizona-Sedona Desert Museum Tucson, AZ
    • Hazelton Fine Art Galleires, Toronto, Canada
    • Palm Beach Art Show-Rehs Contemporary Galleries
    • The L.A. Art Show-Rehs Contemporary Galleries

    Artist's Objects:

    • Brian O'Neill - Brava

      Brava

    • Brian O'Neill - Pause

      Pause

    • Brian O'Neill - Solitude

      Solitude

    • Brian O'Neill - Gathering Light

      Gathering Light

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  • Pablo Picasso  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Pablo Picasso - Collection Portraits Imaginaires: 4.4.69

      Collection Portraits Imaginaires: 4.4.69

    • Pablo Picasso - COLLECTION PORTRAITS IMAGINAIRES 30.1.69

      COLLECTION PORTRAITS IMAGINAIRES 30.1.69

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  • Patrick Rubinstein  (+)

    Biography : Parisian-based artist, Patrick Rubinstein, creates several artworks in one piece. Through an innovative process, the artist creates his pieces in a three dimensional format, where three different points of view become possible. Inspired by the 1960’s art movements: Pop Art and Opt Art, or optical art, he plays with our perceptions through illusions of time and space. He re-appropriates icons of pop culture, and presents them in different facets, with vibrant colours in many dimensions. Rubinstein develops a kinetic universe, where you the viewer can get lost in the realm of the celebrities we adore. At this juncture his process and creative style have granted him international recognition and has exhibited solo and group shows in some of the top prominent art galleries all over the world, such as Opera Gallery- Monaco and Galerie Elysées- New York. In 2014, Rubenstein exhibited at the famous auction house Drouot in Paris France. He also received international recognition at Shanghai Art Fair (2014), Art Monaco (2015-2017). Exhibitions I Galleries Cannes – Galerie Cannes croisette Honfleur – Galerie Normandy Megève – Galerie de l’Alpage I Monaco – Opera Gallery Monaco Paris – Galerie d Art Elysées Paris – Galerie Montmartre Pommard – Galerie du Château de Pommard St-Paul-de-Vence – Galerie Sainte Claire Saint-Tropez – Galerie Bel Air Fine Art Dubai – Opera Gallery Dubaï DIFC Hong-Kong – Opera Gallery Hong-Kong Miami – Opera Gallery Bal Harbour New York – Galerie Elysées New York Séoul – Opera Gallery Seoul Singapore – Galerie Singapore

    Artist's Objects:

    • Patrick  Rubinstein  - My Vision: John Lennon

      My Vision: John Lennon

    • Patrick  Rubinstein  - Blossoming Marilyn

      Blossoming Marilyn

    • Patrick  Rubinstein  - Universe of Love

      Universe of Love

    • Patrick  Rubinstein  - Picablo (Pablo Picasso)

      Picablo (Pablo Picasso)

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  • Samir Sammoun  (+)

    Biography : Since the inception of his artistic career 38 years ago, Samir Sammoun’s talent has landed him several museum exhibitions, including a retrospective at the Musée de Marc-Aurèle Fortin in Montreal, a solo show at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, a group exhibition at the Plattsburgh State University Art Museum in New York, and entry into the Samuel de Champlain Museum's permanent collection in New York. His work also appears in several publications like Fine Art Magazine and in the archives of the National Library of Canada and the Bibliothèque Nationale du Québec. Sammoun’s work is actively collected privately and corporately throughout North America and Europe.. This includes the collections at the Coca Cola Corporation Headquarters, IBM, Novartis Canada, the Government of Quebec, and many more. He has participated in numerous art fairs, including Art Southampton (2015), Art Expo New York (1996-2015), and Art Toronto (2012-2014). Sammoun has had many solo exhibits throughout North America, including in Boston, Chicago, New York, West Palm, Toronto, and Montreal.

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  • Mark Seliger  (+)

    Biography : MARK SELIGER Texan born, Mark Seliger, is of one of the most significant celebrity portrait photographers of our time. As the Chief Photographer for Rolling Stone Magazine between 1980 and the early 2000’s, Seliger shot over 125 covers featuring the world’s top musicians and actors, such as David Bowie, John Travolta, Keith Richards and Diane Kruger. He has since continued to collaborate with high profile magazines, such as Vanity Fair, GQ, Vogue and Details. He spends most of his time in his New York Studio preparing for major retrospective exhibits world-wide, from Paris to London to Los Angeles. Recently, In 2017, Seliger's photographs became a part of the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. He is also part of the permanent collection at the National Art Gallery of London and the Holocaust Museum in Houston, TX. Mark Seliger has published several books and his photographs have won countless international awards. Museums Exhibitions and International Art Fairs • London Art Fair (2019), London, UK • A Gallerie Solo Exhibit (2019), Paris, FR • Hazelton Fine Art Galleries Solo Exhibit (2018) Toronto, CA • Art New York (2016-2017), New York • Art South Hampton (2015-2016), New York • Steven Kasher Gallery solo exhibit (2011), New York • Permanent Collection: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. • Permanent Collection of the National Gallery in London • Permanent Collection of the Holocaust Museum in Houston, TX

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Mark  Seliger - Keith Richards, New York, NY, 2011

      Keith Richards, New York, NY, 2011

    •  Mark  Seliger - Kurt Cobain, Kalamazoo, MI, 1992

      Kurt Cobain, Kalamazoo, MI, 1992

    •  Mark  Seliger - Bob Dylan, New York, NY, 1995

      Bob Dylan, New York, NY, 1995

    •  Mark  Seliger - David Bowie, New York, Ny, 2011

      David Bowie, New York, Ny, 2011

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Other Artists represented by the Gallery:


Picablo (Pablo Picasso)
 - Patrick  Rubinstein

Patrick Rubinstein

Picablo (Pablo Picasso)

55" x 55"
Mixed Media on Aluminum with Pleated Card

Universe of Love - Patrick  Rubinstein

Patrick Rubinstein

Universe of Love

54" x 54"
Mixed Media on Aluminum with Pleated Card

Blossoming Marilyn - Patrick  Rubinstein

Patrick Rubinstein

Blossoming Marilyn

54" x 54"
Mixed Media on Aluminum with Pleated Card

NYC Flag - Steli Christoff

Steli Christoff

NYC Flag

30" x 36"
Mixed Media with Silver and Gold Leaf on Linen

New York Love - Steli Christoff

Steli Christoff

New York Love

36'' x 36"
Mixed Media with Silver and Gold Leaf on Linen

New York Twilight - Vadim Dolgov

Vadim Dolgov

New York Twilight

48" x 48"
Acrylic on Canvas

Gathering Light - Brian O'Neill

Brian O'Neill

Gathering Light

40" x 40"
Oil on Canvas with 14K White Moon Gold Leaf

Solitude - Brian O'Neill

Brian O'Neill

Solitude

60”x 36”
Oil on Canvas

Pause - Brian O'Neill

Brian O'Neill

Pause

48” x 36”
Oil on Canvas with Silver & 14K White Gold & Gold Leaf

Brava - Brian O'Neill

Brian O'Neill

Brava

48” x 36”
Oil on Canvas with 14K White Gold and 22K Moon Gold Leaf

COLLECTION PORTRAITS IMAGINAIRES 30.1.69  - Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

COLLECTION PORTRAITS IMAGINAIRES 30.1.69

F45/250
Multi-Color Lithograph
25.5’’ x 19.5”

Collection Portraits Imaginaires: 4.4.69 - Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

Collection Portraits Imaginaires: 4.4.69

H.C.
Multi-Color Lithograph
25.5’’ x 19.5”

On March 26, 1969, Picasso received a delivery of art supplies wrapped in large sheets of corrugated cardboard. Inspired to use the cardboard as a painting surface, he created twenty-nine colorful and bold portraits titled Portraits Imaginaires, or Imaginary Portraits.

Interested in having these works be interpreted through another medium, Picasso contacted the famous Egyptian lithographer Marcel Salinas and asked if he would create prototypes after two of his Portraits Imaginaires paintings.

Impressed with the examples Salinas created, Picasso began a three year collaboration with Salinas, producing a suite of twenty-nine color lithographs after his original twenty-nine Portraits Imaginaires paintings. They worked on this series from 1969 to 1972. It is said that this collaboration was one of the most successful partnerships of Picasso's lifetime.

David Bowie, New York, Ny, 2011 -  Mark  Seliger

Mark Seliger

David Bowie, New York, Ny, 2011

Gelatin Silver Print
24" x 20"
Signed on Verso
Artist Proof

Bob Dylan, New York, NY, 1995 -  Mark  Seliger

Mark Seliger

Bob Dylan, New York, NY, 1995

Gelatin Silver Print
24" x 20"
Signed on Verso

Kurt Cobain, Kalamazoo, MI, 1992 -  Mark  Seliger

Mark Seliger

Kurt Cobain, Kalamazoo, MI, 1992

Archival Pigment Print on Paper.
24" x 20"
Signed on Verso

WOODSTOCK: 50 UNEARTHED - Pietro Adamo

Pietro Adamo

WOODSTOCK: 50 UNEARTHED

56" x 46"
Mixed Media: Screen Prints Layred with Acrylic on Wood Panel

Keith Richards, New York, NY, 2011 -  Mark  Seliger

Mark Seliger

Keith Richards, New York, NY, 2011

Gelatin Silver Print
24" x 20"
Signed on Verso

My Vision: John Lennon  - Patrick  Rubinstein

Patrick Rubinstein

My Vision: John Lennon

54" x 54", Mixed Media on Pleated Card, 2018

Look in the Mirror - Vadim Dolgov

Vadim Dolgov

Look in the Mirror

48" x 36"

Acrylic on Canvas

Circle of Trust -

Jane Waterous

Circle of Trust

40" x 40"

Acrylic on Canvas

ACQUA - Hamilton Aguiar

Hamilton Aguiar

ACQUA

60" x 48"

Oil and silverleaf on Woods Panel with Resin

The Mick - Pietro Adamo

Pietro Adamo

The Mick

48" x 40"

Mixed Media: Screen Prints Layred with Acrylic on Wood Panel

Cathedral Print - Duomo, 2007
 - Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst

Cathedral Print - Duomo, 2007

47.5” x 47. 5 “
Screen-Print with Glaze

Oda à Joan Miró , 1973
 - Joan Miró

Joan Miró

Oda à Joan Miró , 1973

Multiple Colour Lithograph on Wove Paper
Hand Signed