|Doug MacBean||Biography: Doug MacBean now lives in the beautiful city of Hamilton. A graduate, from the Ontario College of Art in 1991, his works are held in many collections, both private and institutional. Doug has collected several awards over the years, been president of the Don Valley Art Club, and taught painting and drawing at Sheridan College and the Scarborough Board of Education. Although he does not wish to limit himself to a particular genre, he prefers to paint in oils, now his favourite medium, in a traditional style that seems to maintain its popularity. Country: Canada Galleries: Art Gallery of Hamilton
Fawcett-Langdon Gallery, Burlington Ontario
Printziples Fine Art, Yonge & St. Clair Ave. Toronto
Passages/Art Angel Investments, Toronto
Masterangelo Gallery, 876 Yonge St. Toronto
Cedar Ridge Studio Gallery, Scarborough
Corbett Wayne Gallery, Toronto
York Gallery, Ottawa Ontario
Victoria Art Gallery, Toronto
Olivia Art Gallery, Toronto
The Station Gallery, Toronto
The Guildwood Gallery, Scarborough
The Brampton City Hall, Brampton Ontario
The Kathleen Gormley McKay Art Centre, Unionville, Ontario
Awards: Commission from the National Museum of Man, 1977 (Two large watercolour paintings for the new wing called A Few Acres of Snow) request of Barbara Tyler, Director of Resource Services.
Best Watercolour Award, The Don Valley Art Club, 1975, adjudicated by Eric Freifeld, O.C.A.
Best of Show Award, The Don Valley Art Club, 1976. Juried by Pat Fairhead, O.C.A.
Scholarship Award from Kiwanis, 1978.
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, 1977.
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, 1989.
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, 1990.
Arts at the Heart, Mel Lastman Square, Toronto 1989.
President of The Don Valley Art Club, 1979.
Lakeshore Arts, Juried show, Toronto, "Peoples Choice Award" 2003
Media: oil, Acrylic Style: realistic Subjects: landscapes and nature, Portraits and Still Life|