Collective arts brewery panel of curators from the art, design, beer, and music industries have poured over thousands of submissions from around the globe and they are happy to announce that MY ART has been chosen to be a part of our Series 13 labels. 
Their craft beers are brewed in Hamilton Ontario Canada are available at LCBOs, retail stores, grocery stores, and bars across Canada. Also distributing in the United States, Australia, Spain, Italy and Sweden, with even more new markets being added this year! This means i’ll be exposing my work to craft beer and art lovers from around the world. 
They also try and include artists in media relations such as The buzz of Art + Brewing, in DRAFT Magazine, Brewbound, It's Nice That, Global's The Morning Show, MTV, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, The Boston Globe, Toronto Life, NOW,, and more!

Guess which painting will be issued for Series 13? Stay turned for the label 🙂 .... exciting.

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Waterloo, Ontario


CATEGORY: Visual Art

GENRE: Fine Art

Jeff Dillon is a Canadian artist best known for his vibrant use of colour and texture in his interpretation of wild landscapes and nature scenes, to urban streetscapes and their architectural details.

From an early age Jeff developed a deep love of nature and animals. He began sketching the fields and farmlands around his home. Later, this developed into a fascination for weather patterns and the multi-faceted impressions that change in weather has on the land. Themes of storms, cloud patterns, water movement, craggy coasts and hidden groves come alive in Jeff’s paintings.

What began in youthful curiosity quickly became a passion for art and nature. Drawn by his love of the natural world Jeff studied horticulture and landscape design in order to deepen his knowledge of the world around him. Inspired by the natural world Jeff’s art has since expanded to include birds, animals, and figurative drawing. As Jeff’s skill as a painter grew so did the detail and vibrancy of his work.

Jeff describes his work as heavily influenced by European and Canadian landscape artists in their use of bold colour and style. He takes inspiration from both and applies his own style, by intensifying colour with illustrative flair.

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