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Toronto-based artist Richard Ahnert takes anthropomorphic painting to a new level, lacing it with a quiet, yet unmistakable animism– an abiding kinship between human and animal. He uses the relationship between animals and humans to explore themes of emotion, metaphor, and narrative with a satirical twist. Storytelling, understated humor, and deep reflection are at the heart of his practice. Richard graduated with honors from the Arts York Program at Unionville HS with a Major in Visual Arts and went on to study Technical Illustration and Graphic Design at York University and Seneca College, graduating with the Presidents Honor Roll for Highest Academic Achievement. With a drive to explore and evolve as an artist, He continues studies and workshops ongoing to help define his style and practice. Richard began exhibiting his work in 2010 and has shown in exhibitions and galleries in both Canada and the States. His work has won awards and can be found in private collections and businesses in North America, Europe and Australia.
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Lol :-)))


Yep, I didn't get much sleep last night and woke of to a stack of pancakes. Had a bit of a hangover and really wasn't in the mood to eat or look at them :-(




Thanks for the big smile!


When she prefers chicken.


The eating is to cut as many stacks as possible before the serving collapses ;-))


That's a lot of pancakes, oynot. Did you forget your glasses--is that why you took so many? Maybe you should do like Judy says and go back to bed and try again. :-)


Looks like the fox would rather go back to bed, in spite of the lovely stack of pancakes.

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