Comfort and Joy

Comfort and Joy, a Charity Art Sale Event to benefit The AIDS Network

Your opportunity to own a piece of beautiful art, and support an important cause. 

Featuring the dynamic photography of our generous donor Kirk Johnston, all proceeds will help The AIDS Network in our mission to continue providing support to people living with, affected by and vulnerable to HIV. 

Pieces are priced at a recommended donation of $150 - $300. 

For purchase inquiries, contact Executive Director, Tim McClemont at ed@aidsnetwork.ca or 905-528-0854 ext 229. 

 

Shock and Awe

    

Badlands Bowl

   

Badlands    

 

  

Ballet in the Buff

      

Best Foot Forward

   

Reptilian

     

Bikini Bandana

     

Black Light Ballet

     

Blue Lightning

     

Bold

     

Bring on the Loaves and Fishes 

Bryce Canyon Utah

Buck You!

Gugenheim Tower

Cockpit Theatre at Dundurn Castle

Colonial Craftsman 

Conflicted

Confronted

Dead Man Walking

Dreamscape

Fence

For Whom the Bell Tolls 

High Noon Desert Gulch

Home on the Range

Light on Bald Mountain 

Nice Legs

Nude Ballerina

Nude Study

Pisa

Point Counterpoint 

Ratrotonga Retreat

Shadow Dancers

Show Me a Sign

Super 7

The Door Swings both Ways

The Empire Strikes Back

The Good Bike Project

Tiptoe

Water Sports 

Whitewater Wipeout

Who Has Seen the Wind

Dreamworks

Blue Baron

Red Hot Pat

Two Cents Worth

About the artist: Kirk Johnston has been interested in photography since he was a teenager.  An image from his first roll of film was entered into competition at the Red River Exhibition Provincial Open Photo Competition in Winnipeg and he received an honourable mention for his inaugural effort. Since his early retirement in 2001 he has greatly expanded his photographic horizons. He has been active in the Latow Photographers Guild, Arts Burlington and the Burlington Art Centre for the last number of years.  Photographic competitions at the club, city, regional and national levels have been met with considerable success.

Major areas of interest are Character Portraits which represent pseudo-documentary perspectives, Abstract interpretations of everyday subjects, Travel photography emphasizing colour and texture of different cultures and the people of these cultures, Old Car Parts which view specific parts of classic or hot rod vehicles as greater than the sum of those parts, and Landscape photography that presents a different point of view.